Launch90 on ye olde PS3.
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I came up with mine back in the days of Diablo 2. I couldn't think of a name for my character, and so I read the back of my GameCube Freeloader box, and used the first word that caught my eye.
Thinking about making a switch over to Saucepan Man though, because I cried with laughter at those two bombcast-bits.
Broke my right wrist three times and my left wrist once somewhere at various points between ages 8-16, and broke my toe once when I was a babby, so I can't remember much of that. But yeah, shit is not fun. Especially when the break isn't clean, so they have to tug at your hand to slide your snapped-ass wrist back into proper position before they can throw a cast around it.
PC might be the best version, but can it really be such a significant chunk of the market that it will boost it up to, say, top 3? I always thought Capcom's games sold way better on the consoles than they did PC. That's where genres like this shine, isn't it?
Captain Planet was the first thing I thought of when I read the title.
I never was into CatDog, and as a kid I just didn't get Ren & Stimpy. Doug and Rocko's Modern Life never did anything for me either.
Their stance on couch-gaming/local multiplayer being dead. The hate for Android yet everything Apple is so wonderful. Their hatred for the original Splinter Cell (which, agreed, wasn't fantastic, but I really enjoyed the hell out of it). Calling Banjo-Kazooie Nuts and Bolts the best B&K game.
I also wonder if Jeff's love for Persona 4 is sincere, or if he has just been completely brainwashed by sitting their for 99+ hours watching Chie kick tanks, since the crew is fairly dismissive of other JRPG's.
Both Super Pole Riders and Hokra are a ton of fun - in the right situation. I played them at an indie developer shindig and they were pretty awesome in that scenario. I am still curious about JS Joust, seems like it could be fun. Wonder for how long, though.