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#1 Posted by Pierce (82 posts) -

To affect a massive effect in Mass Effect, the Masses have affected an effect to this effect!

#2 Posted by Pierce (82 posts) -

All your questions should be dependent on the collection in question. The quality of each collection is going to vary.

From what I know:

  • Metroid Prime trilogy for Wii has been reworked to use the Wiimote controller instead of the analog stick of Nintendo 64. This should translate into a better gaming experience overall.
  • Metal Gear HD collection includes previous Metal Gear games uprez'd to higher standards. Also, Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker, formerly a PSP exclusive, is included. There is value in owning this specific collection.

I wouldn't bother with getting the original unless they severely gimped the updated version.

#3 Posted by Pierce (82 posts) -

I think neighbors would be a powerful form of references. Like what Laughing Man said, they can vouch for your overall civility. Short of background checks, references will lend towards your character and ability to obey the law.

#4 Posted by Pierce (82 posts) -

Keiji Inafune is no longer with Capsule Computers. That's Mr. Mega Man, friends.

I think Capcom will keep Mega under wraps for a lengthy period of time.

When they do resurrect the bucket of bolts, they should have a solid story arc that will span a set number of games, and see if the first game pans out. If it does, we get the sequels and see more of the story. If not, then great - MvC V will have Megaman.EXE. I think they need to create a specific story arc and not try to create sequel after sequel.

#5 Posted by Pierce (82 posts) -

I got thru Peace Walker just fine on my PSP. I really enjoyed that game.

The graphics were really sub-par when compared to consoles, but probably pushed the psp's capability. The short-burst playing was great for when you wanted to play with friends. The CQC was really simplified (hint: once you have the soldier in a choke hold, press the triangle button several times to get the soldier to actually say something useful)

Did you get to the ending, with the ending timeline and speech? Absolute chills, man.

#6 Posted by Pierce (82 posts) -

These themes get stuck in my head all the time.

Legend of Mana - Earth Painting

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w4J4ZQP7Nq0

Metal Gear Solid - Warhead Storage

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Uke-4eWKd94

Metroid - Ending Credits

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YQeUkUp4uRc

Street Fighter Alpha 3 - Ryu Stage

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hds3be8hoh4

Final Fantasy VIII - Balamb Garden Theme

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1eU0tRBHnE0

Final Fantasy IV - Battle Theme

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IGJN7JL3Daw

Final Fantasy VI - Boss Fight

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KYLvj5WrKAQ

Super Mario 64 - Bomb-omb Battlefield

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g4TOM5Mitps

Mechwarrior 2 OST - Silent Thunder / Rust Heart

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aboOgJSkrrw

#7 Posted by Pierce (82 posts) -

In response to the new information about Final Fantasy XIII-2, I have decided Final Fantasy needs to change. Post one thing you want to see change for the next Final Fantasy game (not necessarily XIII-2).

Here's mine: no monster hunting

#8 Posted by Pierce (82 posts) -

I thought the story in Tactics Advanced was written for children, and the gameplay seemed like a watered down version of Tactics. Final Fantasy Tactics has a story centered more on social class inequality and government corruption.

You should know that Final Fantasy Tactics has a terrific soundtrack, produced by the same peeps that did the Final Fantasy XII soundtrack.

#9 Posted by Pierce (82 posts) -

I'll see you that, and raise you this.

#10 Posted by Pierce (82 posts) -

Ludicrous Speed.

If you start it again, do a blog about it. I remember getting really dis-interested during the guitar-playing minigame. -_-;

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