Shortbreadtom's forum posts

#1 Posted by Shortbreadtom (940 posts) -

The first one is very slow, but the second one is a masterpiece. One of the best action films of all time

#2 Posted by Shortbreadtom (940 posts) -

2 Best Friends, Trump, Every Frame a Painting, Honest Trailers and Everything Wrong With are pretty much it for me.

#3 Edited by Shortbreadtom (940 posts) -

Ratchet and Clank 3, Jak and Daxter 3, Dragon Quest Hand of the Heavenly Bride, Mario and Luigi Superstar Saga, Colin McRae Rally (PS1), Hearthstone, Last of Us, Donkey Kong Country 2, Age of Mythology and Super Smash Bros Brawl.

However much I would like to, I can't in good conscience give Persona 4 a 10 given the blandness of the dungeon designs.

#4 Posted by Shortbreadtom (940 posts) -

Go old school and get a Super 16. You'll only be allowed to make indie films about 20-somethings, but the Sundance crowd will love you.

#5 Posted by Shortbreadtom (940 posts) -

Ratchet and Clank 3 Phoenix - I'm convinced Bioware used it as inspiration for the Normandy

#6 Posted by Shortbreadtom (940 posts) -

Time mechanics seem really tricky to pull of in a multiplayer sense, which usually means that abilities end up really lackluster. Stuff like slowdown, usually, which isn't the most interesting aspect of time. But then replaying or rewinding while cool in concept seems either pointless or overpowered when you're playing against actual people.

#7 Posted by Shortbreadtom (940 posts) -

In Ratchet and Clank 2 onward time stopped when you opened the radial menu since there were like 3 pages of weapons. That's really apropos of nothing, it was just fucking sick.

I like weapon wheels. It's better than cycling through a bunch or stuff or opening a separate menu. If you're playing on PC, then the number keys should select weapons, obviously. Radial menus suck with a mouse.

#8 Posted by Shortbreadtom (940 posts) -

@lane_: This actually has very little to do with money. This has to do with bad blood between Kojima and Konami, and the fact that the whole game is a trailer for a project that no longer exists. It costs Konami basically nothing to keep it on PSN so it's pretty clear that this wasn't financially motivated.

#9 Posted by Shortbreadtom (940 posts) -

@johaneriksson: I'm sorry, I guess. Should have been more understanding. You're a stranger complaining about a website, after all.

#10 Posted by Shortbreadtom (940 posts) -

Another one of these, huh?