Metal Gear Scanlon 2 - Part 07
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Nintendo's all-stars assemble once again, resulting in one of the best reasons to own a Wii U (and eight GameCube controllers).
The move to more powerful consoles has resulted in a prettier looking wrestling game, but also a far less enjoyable one.
Far Cry 4's open-world provides ludicrous moments and enough chaotic fun to make it worth your while.
Come on, Dan. Don't tell me you never noticed Sonic always had just one big eye with two pupils.
Thanks for sharing your thoughts/feelings with us, guys. I'm so sorry you lost your friend. He made many people smile, and will continue to for a long time.
Life is too short.
Really cool interview. Thanks for bringing it, Giant Bomb!
Stuff like this makes me damn proud to contribute my $50 a year.
Really cool podcast, 8-4!
Well would you look at this...
Spot on review.
The problem with wrestling games is the people making them are missing the point of wrestling. There's no build up or drama in the game like there is in real wrestling. They just don't start the match off DDT's and big counters. Big moves are reserved for the end of the match, or when the dominant position changes hand. In a real match, the face shines at the start, the heel takes over for the middle, and the face comes back at the end. There's nothing like this basic match progression in the games, and there's nothing at all that resembles ring psychology.
Someone said that Jeff said in a Quick Look that they need to stop treating wrestling like a combative sport. I couldn't agree more. Wrestling games need to stop being about trying to win, but instead trying to put on an exciting, dramatic match. You'll get a product that resembles what wrestling actually is, IMO.
This was an awesome interview. Ken Levine is such an interesting guy, and Jeff was great with his questions and responses. I love Giant Bomb!
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