I like the cut of the black one. But, it looks very military because of the shoulder things for epaulettes. Otherwise, it looks a lot like the coat I wear. I get a -lot- of compliments from girls wearing that coat. I do wear dress slacks more often than not; this style of coat does work well if you dress down, but I don't think it works very well if you wear say T-Shirts and torn jeans. If you've got the slim frame, I think this is the coat you want.
The charcoal one has derpy outer pockets and doesn't look as good, though it could just be the model. It looks a bit baggy, where the black one is very sleek. I might like this charcoal coat more if the model wasn't in a "hater gonna hate" stance. Since it looks a bit less form fitting, if you're a little rounder, this is probably a better coat.
@weltal: @artelinarose: I understand there are going to be lots of updates, but getting 3 500+mb a day seems rather excessive.
You could just turn off auto-updates for the game. As long as you're not playing online, you should be fine.
Unlike a big publisher/developer's betas, it's not being used as a demo or server stress test with an essentially feature locked client.
The game is actually in beta, there are giant chunks of gameplay being added and tweaked based on user feedback. The developers are looking at a three phase beta with this release being phase 1. This is where the largest and most constant updates will happen.
Dreamcast. Soul Calibur. Even a die-hard PC master racer of the time with SLI'ed Voodoo 2's had NOTHING that could compare to Soul Calibur. The game was beautiful. The gameplay was so good. The frame rate so smooth. Marvel vs. Capcom had... swappable characters! Power freakin' Stone!
To top it off, it was the golden era of Sega arcade games, and each of those now had home console ports that were superior to the arcade. An arcade perfect port of games you were dumping a buck a play in to? Why go to the arcade when you could play Gauntlet Legends at home? A version that looked better than the arcade version?
What software are you trying to use that keyboard in?
Are you plugging it in to your Win8 machine and expecting it to play sounds? Are you using something like Finale or Cakewalk to record? You said it works on your Mac, what software were you using there?
As much as I want to agree, those SNES collections on the PSX can be summed up in one word.
Edit. And for some reason, it ate what that word was. Loading. Every action was followed by a load pause. Have to navigate a menu? It loaded between menus. Battles? Those loads lasted longer than the battles did.
I was -really- into the game until I actually beat it. I remember staying up til the wee hours of the morning on school nights in '97 playing that game. I was expecting an ending on the scale of FF6's, after all, I had just spent a bunch of time getting most of Chrono Trigger's -multiple- endings.
What did I get as my reward for that 40 hour play through? A cut scene showing them escaping the crater; not even using the good CG models. Then a 30 second clip of Red XIII looking over a demolished Midgar. That's it. That's f'ing it. I thought I was missing a disc that was the final ending. Or that I had somehow skipped it by pressing a button. Dragon Warrior 1 had a more satisfying ending to me. It really soured my experience with that game.
I woke up hating myself and decided to go to McDonalds for lunch. They're running a promotion where you can win xbox... stuff. I won a code for Ms. Splosion Man for the 360, and since I got rid of my 360, here you go.
No silly, "Draw Hamburgler and the Fry Guys as characters in Starbound in MS paint" contest. Just a first come, first-serve black friday doorbuster. Just reply if you claimed the code so other's dont try to claim this holiday's hottest 360 title Ms. Splosion Man. You need to claim it at onehotholiday.com. It also looks like every coupon wins stuff, so if you've got codes you don't want, maybe another duder might?