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#1 Posted by StarFoxA (5158 posts) -

Rendering Ranger R2 on the Super Famicom, which is probably the most technically impressive Super Famicom game I've ever played.

#2 Posted by StarFoxA (5158 posts) -

All I did when I was learning to type was type the alphabet over and over in a word document to get a feel of my finger placement on the keyboard. As a preteen/early teen I spent a ton of time on message boards, so my typing just naturally got a lot better from that point on.

#3 Posted by StarFoxA (5158 posts) -

I don't think it's been mentioned yet, but Hotel Dusk: Room 215 is pretty great. Cool art style too.

#4 Posted by StarFoxA (5158 posts) -

I've played every Zelda game except for Spirit Tracks and a couple spin-offs.

#5 Posted by StarFoxA (5158 posts) -

@bassman2112: Madoka Magica is one of the worst possible suggestions that you could give to Dan Ryckert.

#6 Posted by StarFoxA (5158 posts) -

@jasonr86: Really? I thought that was the most melodramatic show I've ever seen. It also has that one chick who loves food, and everyone is constantly shouting.

#7 Edited by StarFoxA (5158 posts) -

I'd say Cowboy Bebop, Samurai Champloo, or Ghost in the Shell. Maybe Akira. Studio Ghibli is pretty universally loved, my favorite is Nausicaa.

Although Dan reminds me of a friend of mine who's absolutely stubborn, and despises anime, and I couldn't see either of them ever watching any anime.

#8 Posted by StarFoxA (5158 posts) -

When gamebomb.ru first popped up, I'm pretty sure all their wiki articles were literally copied and translated from Giant Bomb. And they would run reviews days/weeks/months before the game released.

#9 Posted by StarFoxA (5158 posts) -

Literally does not matter. Consoles can't even reach 60fps most of the time, so they won't even be taking full advantage of 60Hz. Movies are 24fps, and most television tops out at 30fps, so there's not a huge reason to have a higher refresh rate unless you're using a high end PC.

#10 Posted by StarFoxA (5158 posts) -

Seems odd that they're focusing on visuals and the developers have stated that 30FPS is "more cinematic."