RebelStar: Tactical Command on GBA is kind of like XCOM Enemy Unknown. I've never played Fire Emblem though, so I don't know if XCOM is like Fire Emblem, but you could look into it. I liked what I played of it.
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That tweet is from 2011 and is comes up when you google @taswell. I have no clue how they look for mean tweets.
I'm guessing interns and I will hazard another guess to say this particular intern liked Ryan.
That would be the greatest thing. Giant Bomb fans are everywhere.
This is how I roll.
- WASD for movement.
- 1,2,3,4,5... etc. for weapons/skills
- Space for melee (or other special things depending on the game).
- L-Shift for crouch, CTRL for prone or switch run/walk (my left pinkie naturally rests on L-Shift, so fuck using CTRL for crouch).
- E to interact, R to reload.
- Q to sprint (I like to holding down Q and W together, but having a "toggle sprint" is best. Just tap and go.)
- Middle mouse button to jump (This feels right for some reason).
- F for grenade or some other "tool", G also used if need arises.
- Z,X,C,V for miscellaneous things.
- Mouse buttons 4,5,6 for even more miscellaneous things.
I don't hate Nintendo. I love Nintendo. I'm just very frustrated with Nintendo. I have been since the tail end of the Gamecube era. I love most of their franchises, but until recently, they were only putting out Mario and Zelda. Which is great, but I like F-Zero and Star Fox, etc. At this point, I just buy their consoles around the time a new Smash Bros. comes out; picking up the Mario and Zelda game(s) that I've missed alongside it.
And that's basically it. There will rarely be another game that I purchase for the system after that point. If other people are doing similar things, then it's no wonder they're in some financial trouble right now. I don't think people buying a console with 3-4 games and then disappearing for the rest of the console's life is enough to sustain any system. But I don't see Nintendo falling apart any time soon, either. They'll get by, but the days of having a console money factory (Wii) are over.
On a more positive note, I really want a 3DS. They have a bunch of good games for that little thing that I'm interested in. I get to play with one every time I go over to a buddy's house and it's one of the highlights of my visit every time. A Link Between Worlds is on point.
I'm currently using a 1975 Marvel calendar that a guy scanned in (there was a story about it on Kotaku). Anyway, the dates match up perfectly to 2014 and I wanted a calendar on my desktop anyway. I have a different picture for every month, but instead of uploading all 12, I'll just put the current one up.
Thanks a bunch. This is really cool.
And thanks to @vinny for tweeting about this.
You know what? Thank you to everyone.
Free weights. I'd vote bench but you need a spotter and I hate talking to people.
I voted the same. Bicep curls are my go-to when I haven't worked out in a while.