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#1  Edited By MCWHAMMER

I made my first venture back into GameStop in a very long time, and saw this on the shelf.  Couldn't believe it finally came out, a year after the show was officially over (and the movie that caps off the end of the show is great, by the way).
 
I picked it up, read the back and forced myself to put it back down.  I had gone in there to purchase something else, so I decided to hold off on buying it for a while... at least until it's in the $30 or less range.  Shame it got dumped like it did, but I feel like they ended the show in the best way possible, on their own terms - despite how the game turns out to be - one way or another.

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#2  Edited By MCWHAMMER
@Whisperkill: I think you pretty much nailed it on all fronts.  Jeff Green made me stop listening to the EA podcast, although I don't know why I even started.  The MobCast from BitMob, and the Bombcast are far better than anything else out there, as far as gaming podcasts go.
 
But Out of the Game was different.  I really liked the in-depth talks, no matter what they ended up being about.  I had no idea it'd been so long since a new episode, until seeing it in my iTunes podcast list tonight and wondering what the deal was.  They don't even have to be frequent... once a month, or bi-monthly is fine for me, because the quality of their conversations is enough to get by for a long while.
 
If anyone gets new info on the situation, please post it here (someone on the libsyn site for it said that "ZootedGranny" claimed more eps were coming, on NeoGaf.  I don't subscribe to the site, but anyone who does may want to seek the guy out himself and PM him our thread).  It's one of my favorite podcasts.
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#3  Edited By MCWHAMMER
@Addfwyn: Ah, that's why mine didn't do that... I watched all the cinematics (and why wouldn't I?  They're fantastic!).
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#4  Edited By MCWHAMMER

I don't remember mine taking that long to load after an FMV.  What's wrong with your PS3?

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#5  Edited By MCWHAMMER

I can't believe there is still no edit button for reviews.  It doesn't make any sense to me.

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#6  Edited By MCWHAMMER

Cool, but hard.  And Daft Punk guy sucks at jumping, even more than I do.

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#7  Edited By MCWHAMMER

A game that I bought and instantly regretted.  BRAID.  Thankfully everyone stopped talking about it after a month, like every other game.  I never want to hear it mentioned again, unless it wins a dumbest game award.  I didn't throw my controller, I just stopped buying Live Arcade games altogether.  It is a money-losing venture I wouldn't recommend.

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#8  Edited By MCWHAMMER

Ugh, I played a guy today online who was playing as Ryu.  This guy did not stop shooting his little fire balls.  I like the character of Ryu, but he's too easy to exploit online.  I blocked all of his shots, but I just couldn't believe that he only knew the one move.  He literally did not do anything else.  That's why I suppose it's better for a normal person like me (ie not a 7-year old) to stay away from the online for the most part.  No one wants to fight like a man.

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#9  Edited By MCWHAMMER
Darklyte510 said:
"I tend to try and time super moves or start combos in a way that they'd immediately get hit when they get back up."
Thank you sir, that is a really good idea that I hadn't even considered.  I appreciate you not immediately saying "lol noob" in response to my question :)

I will have to try that!
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#10  Edited By MCWHAMMER

I am not an expert at Street Fighter, but have won a few matches online (More offline than on), but I've found that when my opponent gets knocked down and is lying in a prone position, I don't know what to do.  I mostly just run over and stand there stupidly.

Are there any moves you can perform on a downed opponent (While they are still laying)?  Seems like I am missing an opportunity to continue the fight when he is just lying there asleep.

Oh, and please tell me the button combinations I would use on PlayStation 3 to pull such a move off, if you could.

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