Woodroez's forum posts

#1 Posted by Woodroez (347 posts) -

DOOM's SSG is a fantastic example, but I just might go with Duke Nukem 3D's shotgun when the chips are down. It feels right. It. looks right. Using it in combination with Duke's boot is awesome.

Honorable mention to the Mossberg 500 in Rainbow 6 Vegas 2. It fired fast and was very dangerous out to considerable distances.

Coincidentally, the Mossberg in 'cruiser' configuration is what DN3D's shotgun is based on.

#2 Edited by Woodroez (347 posts) -

I agree that Baller Time should be in there somewhere. Toss the narc thing, maybe.

This is fantastic, Brad. Good luck to you and Potato Day in the Rektreational!

#3 Posted by Woodroez (347 posts) -

Columbia, MO, USA

#4 Posted by Woodroez (347 posts) -

At this time no one has written anything about the technical performance of the PS3 version. As someone with both systems, I'd like to have some kind of comparison, even if it's just a reviewer saying "they're the same".

Digital Foundry is supposed to have a deep-dive comparison at some point tomorrow, I believe.

#5 Posted by Woodroez (347 posts) -

Excellent article, Tricky Scoops. I felt you'd have a well-rounded opinion of this whole mess, but your delivery packed a lot of punch.

There was what looks like a typo, btw.

If you're on a writer/journalist making this argument, that's really bad.

I think that "on" is extraneous or a thought was missed. I would skip whole thoughts - sentences, even - when I wrote. Anyway, thanks, Patrick.

#6 Posted by Woodroez (347 posts) -

Hey Jeff, Matt, Brad, Vinny, Patrick, Alex, Whiskey Media alum: I love you guys.

#7 Edited by Woodroez (347 posts) -

@razielcuts said:


This. People need to start making a record in podcasts/quicklooks of Time To Ostensibly.

#8 Posted by Woodroez (347 posts) -

Great read, Patrick! The Lang Zone really kicked it up a notch.

#9 Posted by Woodroez (347 posts) -

I just searched "nvidia" on Google and Forbes has a story on SHIELD, calling in "Disruptive" in the headline. Eat shit, Forbes.

Nvidia's official website has a page on the device. "Featured" games include ACIII, BF3, Borderlands 2, and Skyrim. It's also an Android device.

The screen is 5 inches, 720p, multi-touch. Sounds like they took the one novel idea of the WiiU and focused on it.

There's a catch; you need a pc with a GTX card to stream to Shield.

#10 Posted by Woodroez (347 posts) -

Senior Anime Editor Brad Shoemaker approves, I'm sure.