Good news guys, it's an IOS game now.
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I'm fine with voice actors other than Hamill playing the Joker. I even like John DiMaggio's Joker better than Hamill's for the darker, more sinister versions of him. The thing I'm not stoked about is that it's still the Joker. It's been two games man, I get it.
The Arkham games have said everything that's ever needed to be said about the Joker. Can a man get some Hush? Some more Riddler in the spotlight? I'll even take a game where it's all about trying to stop Jason Todd from killing all the criminals.
@TheVeteran13: Multiple software versions spread across multiple pieces of hardware, leading to developers having to attempt to create software that works somewhat well for every possible combination of hardware and every OS, which leads to nothing working very well on any combination. The plus side is that consumers have a lot of freedom in choosing exactly what kind of machine they want, but the downside is that the user experience suffers because there aren't any real standards. It's the reason why the iOS Minecraft app works the way people want it to, and the Android app is either fine, crashes intermittently, or completely broken depending on what kind of phone you have.
Android on anything is a big no thanks, especially on a console. The entire point is to minimize fragmentation.
Here's what sucks about the Chaos Shrine. There are only 20 songs there.
The two digits after Mv tell you which FMS and BMS will be in the note. And since it only goes form 00 to 99, that means it can only have 10 FMS and 10 BMS songs. It makes me sad and as soon as I realized that I stopped playing Dark Notes.
I mean, I grinded to get the characters I wanted (Minwu, Ashe, Sahntotto, Prishe, let's go), but after that it's all just Challenges. It's better that way.
Watched every game in the Shin Megami Tensei series after seeing the Endurance Run, except for Digital Devil Saga, which I'm downloading a youtube playlist of now.
Silent Hill, no contest. Resident Evil, while now a completely different game than it was in the 90s, is at least still incredibly fun to play, which is what matters. I can't remember the last time I actually enjoyed a Silent Hill game.
I really hate most Resident Evil games. Everything from 0 to 3 bored me to tears. 4 I felt was terrific, and 5 is my favorite in the main series. But the one I play the most of is Resident Evil: The Mercenaries 3D, because what I really cherish about those games is the ability to shoot zombies in the kneecaps, run up, and suplex them. I will do this over and over and dozens of hours, competing with people for high scores and combos. I have played through the RE5 campaign on all difficulties somewhere around 30 to 40 times, but have played 0 through 3 once each, and will probably never touch them again. The thing about RE6 that I love the least is the part where it tries to be a horror game. I just want more ways to suplex things.
Dogs > Cats
This is a true statement.