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#1 Edited by Oddysee (21 posts) -

Yep, I have always thought that the LoK story is one of of the best stories in any media, not just video games.  Its simply fantasic and completely engrossing.  I was okay with the ending to Defiance, however, I was still thinking "please let there be another one.  The story has to continue!"

And to be honest, I thought the gameplay was fine.

#2 Posted by Oddysee (21 posts) -

Well I have never played the Wii version.  But loved the game on PS2.  From what I've seen (as mentioned by AaronBelfast) the decision on which version to get would come down to what control method you prefer.  Having said that, apparently there are some shape recognition issues with the Wii version that are thankfully not present in the PS2 version.

Based on that I would say the PS2 version is better.

#3 Posted by Oddysee (21 posts) -

Well I have never played the Wii version.  But loved the game on PS2.  From what I've seen (as mentioned by AaronBelfast) the decision on which version to get would come down to what control method you prefer.  Having said that, apparently there are some shape recognition issues with the Wii version that are thankfully not present in the PS2 version.

Based on that I would say the PS2 version is better.

#4 Posted by Oddysee (21 posts) -

Well "half" was somewhat of a exaggeration.  The whole point is that I'm not writing an article about a game, I am writing about an object and a person in a game.  And in that context you can't really write a good detailed article about said object or person without mentioning aspects of the games they appear in.

#5 Posted by Oddysee (21 posts) -

I'm planning a character and object article but I'm finding that my articles will probably have quite big story spoilers for the games that they appear in.  So I'm wondering if I should give a warning first then go ahead with the spoilers or simply leave the spoilers out entirely.

On the one hand, I want my article to have as much information as possible, but on the other, I don't want people to have to skip over half the article because they don't want the game spoiled. 

Thoughts?

#6 Posted by Oddysee (21 posts) -
x3ar said:
"did you see the 5000 dollar burger thread yet?
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Yep I did actually.  However, the TC mentioned that the burger comes with a very expensive bottle of wine.  So essentially, you're paying for the wine, not the burger.
#7 Posted by Oddysee (21 posts) -
svcheats1 said:
"What's so special about Wagyu Beef???
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Well Wagyu beef comes from Japan.  The cows are fed beer to give the beef a unique flavour and also massaged to give the meat perfect marbling.
#8 Posted by Oddysee (21 posts) -

Well SotC is one of my all-time favourite games.  Even though I have played the game to death (played through it atleast five times and have done all of the normal and hard time attacks), it still has the uncanny power to keep me coming back to it time and time again.

It is indeed a timeless classic in the sincerest sence of the phrase.

#9 Posted by Oddysee (21 posts) -
Linkyshinks said:
"There is no way in a £95  burger is the most expensive in the world. In Japan and the U.S you can get far more expensive burgers at the finest restaurants.

I have tasted wagyu beef before but only in a steak
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The burgers you are talking come with a really expensive bottle of wine or champagne.  Thats where the price comes from, not the burger itself.
#10 Posted by Oddysee (21 posts) -

A while ago Burger King started a promotion that consisted of selling the world's most expensive hamburger.  The hamburger cost a whopping (pun intended) £95 (around $185) and consisted of a flame grilled Wagyu beef patty topped with champagne onions and white truffles in a saffron and truffle bun.

Did anyone here actually try one?  If so, what did it taste like?  At that price it should have tasted in heaven in a bun!

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