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#1  Edited By Constable_Wiggum

What I liked about Futurama was that it wasn't just about the laughs (which were honestly mostly grins at best).  It was about the story, all four seasons tied together in many places and a lot of the stories had a lot of heart.  "The Sting" and "Luck of the Fryish" are two of my favorite episodes.

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#2  Edited By Constable_Wiggum
@Ace829: The beauty of the Disgaea games is that they have "guest appearances" by previous entries characters for those that have played them, but have as much to do with each other as the each of the Final Fantasy series do with each other.  Pick up, play, and enjoy D00D!
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#3  Edited By Constable_Wiggum

I spend more time on my PS3 than anything else, and the reason I got it, Disgaea 3.  If you haven't played it on 360, Batman Arkham, Burnout Paradise, Valkeria Chronicles, inFAMOUS, Katamari Forever (if you're down with Katamari on the PS2, I know I am.), and Ratchet & Clank.  PSN has some gold as well, Burn Zombie Burn!, Flower, any PixelJunk game except Racers, one of the greatest dual stick shooters ever made Super Stardust HD, and something I just started getting into, Joe Danger (kind of a cross between Excitebike and Trials HD).

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#4  Edited By Constable_Wiggum

Now you need a PS3 Slim and the Black Wii and you're set.

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#5  Edited By Constable_Wiggum

Ikea shelving FTW!

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#6  Edited By Constable_Wiggum

is actually two midgets in a trench-coat.

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#7  Edited By Constable_Wiggum

The only problem is playing them on the 360 D-Pad.  I've got the Ultimate Genesis collection for the PS3.  Way easier to play the old school games.

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#8  Edited By Constable_Wiggum

PSN has Rocket Knight.  It's a little on the short side, but I liked the original and this one stays pretty true to it.

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#9  Edited By Constable_Wiggum
@Dad_Is_A_Zombie said:
" @rsansome said:
"Long live gaming in all its forms, except those stupid little Facebook games.  They can burn in hell.  :)"
Long live everything... except what I don't like. So much for that wall of text's credibility. "
Man!  I'm getting to use another paraphrased movie quote today!   

 "I love the smell of irony in the morning... The smell, you know that ironic smell... Smells like, victory"

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#10  Edited By Constable_Wiggum
@Arkthemaniac said:

"  @Damodar: Maybe I just hate the fact that Kevin Butler is a glorified bro in my eyes, and the fact that people rally behind him almost further signifies the new image of gaming that I don't like. "

 Don't take my post as getting behind Sony or Kevin, it's not about rallying behind a charismatic entity, corporate or not.  That's how cults get started.  It's about having enough of a brain to realize that every gaming system has a place and it's not a sin to enjoy gaming on any or indeed all of the systems.