I let them both live, but kept thinking about Rick from the comics, how he says that to survive in this world you HAVE to kill. Spent a few seconds deliberating over killing the first one and ended up letting him live, and I immediately let the second one live, there's no way he was going to survive.
IF, however, they come back for vengeance then I'm killing them the fuck up, and I know Rick was right.
Surely it should be ok for Giant Bomb to host the ISO? They've already got the entire game recorded and hosted on the site and you can download each episode anyway, would there be much of a difference to host the ISO with some extra bluray functions?
Or if MikeNightFight truly is our messiah he will make a tutorial to help us make our own bluray, I've already been downloading each episode anyway, and having it on a bluray would be fucking amazing.
Sup guys, been yearning to play some light gun games recently and obviously found out that they don't work on LCD/Plasma/any sort of modern screen.
I've got Time Crisis 4 and it works pretty well using the GunCon 3 and the sensors it comes with, but unfortunately Time Crisis 4 itself really isn't that good.
I got House of the Dead and Ghost Squad for the Wii, but they don't use line of sight like the old light gun games and feel really floaty and just not like light gun games should do. Annoyingly, House of the Dead: Overkill on the PS3 can only use the Move controller, and using it as a light gun is the same as the Wiimote so feels terrible.