You should do I have no mouth cause I've had no luck finding a decent let's play of that. It seems really interesting.
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There is nothing wrong with getting a tattoo. There is nothing wrong with asking a tattoo artist what would look good. A quality tattoo artist even if they'd never played the game or understand the reference can tell you whether the tattoo will turn out well long-term in terms of how it'll age. It's actually probably smarter to go this route because they won't be biased toward or against a character or quote. They are simply there to help you design a quality tattoo. You should come up with a short list of three or so games and look try to come up with three rough ideas per game. Take these to two or more tattoo shops and let them give you their inputs and appraisals. If that sounds like a lot of work, remember that this is your body and it's worth it.
That being said, the Tatau from Far Cry 3 is a great tattoo, and furthermore, a great video game tattoo. Two birds. One Tatau.
@FLStyle: Yeah, TC1 is arguably the only light gun shooter that requires any skill whatsoever. You can't lean on another player, and remember checkpoints? Had to do that shit right. Doesn't matter how many quarters you dump. And yes, classic Wild Dog did not mess around.
Resident Evil: Dead Aim has some interesting ideas. It was ultimately very flawed, but I really enjoyed it. Far more so than any of the Wii ones.
Dead Space Extraction was fine. Had some truly terrible boss fights.
Time Crisis 2 and Vampire Night are both really the best console ports of arcade rail shooters.
If you can make it to ...just about any arcade that's left anymore, Let's Go Jungle is just dumb enough to be fun if you're playing with someone.
If you liked Carnevil, Frightfestland (Yes, that's actually it's name) just came out and is bad in the same ways Carnevil was. But there is a giant elephant boss randomly so yeah. Final boss is a let down though.
Dread Storm Pirates (Comes with Razing Storm which is bad) was actually pretty great. Has some House of the Dead 2 voice acting.
I will say the new Ghost Squad is actually really well done. The game is incredibly fair and rewards you for playing well the way House of the Dead 1 did.
Ya, know what? Just go play Typing of the Dead. Game is still the best rail shooter that isn't a rail shooter.
Don't do it on your first run. Meeting Duriel v.2 for the first time and just getting whipped cause you don't know the fight won't be fun. It'll just be annoying. HC mode is for people who are confident in their ability to adapt to any monster formation at the drop of a hat. That comes from playing way too much.
Well, if this story is true, there is your DLC character list for the game proper. Hopefully, the pricing won't amount to us buying the game again.
@Kyreo: Yeah after the fact I'm like damn why didn't I just do that?
It's just so weird to see anyone from a website just around at places ya know? I just felt bad cause you wear the shirt as a type of hello in and of itself. And I said fucking Nothing to the guy.
Okay, I don't really know where to start this so it's going to be a bit stream of concious.
Fellow Duder, I know not who you are or where you hail but know this, I saw you. A member shirt seemingly materialized from the ether amidst the sea of Scott's toliet paper and Poland Springs. It was like Christmas and my Birthday all at once, but suddenly, I was struck with the profound realization that you were striding past my manager. I had no idea how to greet you o Fellow Duder. My tongue was tied as surely I could not bellow "I ALSO LOVE TEH GIANTBOMBZ!!" but I knew not with what words I should have filled the abyss. I failed you mystery Duder and for that I am truely sorry.
Has anyone else spotted a rogue vomitting Ryan in the wild and failed to greet them? We need some FightClubian way to descreetly greet our own. Do we simply brush up against them and say "Sorry Duder" and leave it at that?