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#1  Edited By Anarchist4Eva

Well since I work for an ABC affiliate station I guess I should be humored by this post. But the fact that any of these "News" channels are given credibility is sad.

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#2  Edited By Anarchist4Eva

I must have worked to hard this evening. Nothing this dude wrote makes sense here.

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#3  Edited By Anarchist4Eva

"It's not who I am that defines me, but what I do." says Bruce Wayne in Batman Begins. 
 
But seriously the answwer is yes. Ain't no shame in my game!

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#4  Edited By Anarchist4Eva

Let's play nice kids. There is a little fanboy, or fangirl, such as the case may be, in us all. It's good to stay in touch with the inner child.

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#5  Edited By Anarchist4Eva

I think the 5 star plan is the way to go. It's more universally accepted on the net. Everyone uses stars. iTunes, WalMart, Amazon, Best Buy. It just works.

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#6  Edited By Anarchist4Eva

Chrome works fine. But the best method is to do the edits in seperate program then upload them for sure.

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#7  Edited By Anarchist4Eva

Midnight people. Midnight.

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#8  Edited By Anarchist4Eva

Well at long last the wait is over. Tonight at midnight my local Gamestop has Batman: Arkham Asylum on sale after over a year of waiting. I remember when I first saw the cover of the Game Informer that had the feature on the game. I set about immediately subscribing to the mag. I know that sounds extreme, but a little backstory is in order. 
 
I'm 35 years old & have been gaming since the Atari 2600. Spider Fighter & Pitfall are still all-time classice folks! (IMO) So since the NES I have played Batman games & been somewhere between disappointed or disgusted with the finished product. Batman always seemed to be just a bit weaker than the most average foe in those games. The boss fights were always next to impossible for Batman to use any of his trademark fighting techniques or gadgetry. Now granted hardware limitations of the day kept creativity at bay for the most part. But even as hardware power progressed up to the PS2 (Batman: Dark Tomorrow anyone? Ok I'll never mention that atrocity again!) The soul of Batman has gotten lost in every game since this time.  
 
Anybody out there remember the dismal efferts of Sunsoft's batman games on NES or Gameboy? Please stop now! Those memories are unpleasant at best & can drive one to drinking! 
 
So when I lay my eyes upon Rocksteady Studios version of Batman in GI, I said to myself another pretty face. Then I read the article & said they may be onto something. Why did it take this many years & this many horrible games for someone to finally not try a dismal movie tie-in & use the comic book license? I may never know but after seeing the E3 footage, watching a few videos, & all the previews & reviews that are popping up on the web now, at last I know that this is finally a true Batman game. Not sure what the bomb is waiting on to post their review, but I'm sure they'll get to it due course. 
 
So midnight tonight I'll leave work at the TV station I am gainfully employed by, go a block down the street & get my hands on the Batman Collector's Edition for PS3. Calm down 360 owners. I'm sure that version will be great as well. I just prefer the PS3 platform for my mutiplat games because I like the controller better. No platform warrior here, I own all 3! 
 
So this comic fan from way back has geeked out enough on Batman. Now if only those minutes on the clock would hurry up. Think maybe we can move the clocks forward a few hours & trick everybody? hehehehe

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#9  Edited By Anarchist4Eva

Maybe they haven't learned all the tricks of the bomb just yet. I had to move around a little, explore, get used to the temperature of the water, then I finally peed the pool! 
 
hehehehe 
  
No worries, they'll be unique enough with their comments.

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#10  Edited By Anarchist4Eva

Too early to tell. Sony seriously dropped the ball early with the PS3. But there is light at the end of the tunnel if they don't screw the proverbial pooch even further. Keep the quality of games high, no half baked ports from 3rd parties. Make it at least on parity with 360 or better (Utilizing some of those extra cores in the cell perhaps?) can help out here. Keep boosting PSN. It's not on par with XBL, but since it is free it's still a great value. Uncharted 2, GOW3, GT5, Mod Nation Racers, & more feature laden hardware that doesn't break down can close the gap. But no more of this talk; "We offer value that nobody else can at this price point." That kind of marketing speak when PS3 was $599 was a near death blow to the brand.