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I really loved this game.  I actually thought the slowdowns were helpful in some of the more hectic fights as they really helped me plan out my next move.  I think the best example of this was in Cornelius' epilogue with all of those wizards and green blobs and all sorts of other flying things filling up the screen.  To be honest, I didn't really think about the Twilight Princess Syndrome, as you call it, but now that you point it out, I can see where you're coming from.

Regarding the other complaints, I think the best way to reeeally enjoy this game that I've discovered is to play it in episodes.  I think the fact that they split it up into books allows for the "book per weekend" type of gameplay that will keep the experience fresh.  I especially think that the fact the characters play differently supports my theory that it was designed for episodic sessions, rather than the full-on marathons I've seen people do.

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Halo Wars Galleries

The galleries labeled Concept Art and Halo Wars are redundant, though my complaint is mostly focused on the Halo Wars gallery as its purpose is not readily apparent and includes screenshots.
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Gamecube:  Metroid Prime (also led to me discovering Greg Kasavin's wonderful writing and trustworthy  reviews)
Nintendo DS: Advance Wars DS
GBA: Tactics Ogre, and portable Super Mario World!!! (that game deserves so much more than three exclamation marks)
PS2: Metal Gear Collection
Famicom: Contra

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Yikes.  I think if you honestly took the best of the Joker and put them up against the best of the Riddler, you will discover that the Joker is definitely the more twisted individual.  After all, in the comics, Joker shot and paralyzed Barbara Gordon, killed Robin (Jason Todd), and has consistently stood toe to toe against Batman in a fight (Dark Knight Returns).  Riddler does not even come close.  In fact, he's currently working as a detective to catch criminals!

Also, you should look up this term called the Riddler Factor.  Basically, this term was named after the Riddler and it describes a villain that is so inept and outclassed by the superhero that the only way he survives to the end of the issue or storyline is by sheer luck.  As David Campbell describes it, "Basically, the writer is on the villain's side...The Riddler Factor is like a big invisible Cloak of Lucky [sic] that protects the villain – until your 22 pages is up, that is. Then you get knocked out with one punch."

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Living Sacrifice - Perfect

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Where in the World is Carmen Sandiego?
Sid Meier's Colonization

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#10  Edited By RWHC

If I want to add images to a Concept Artist's page but all I can find are self-portraits, can I upload them?

Also, is it appropriate to create a gallery for the concept art he made for the game?

The artist I'm referring to is Andrew Jones who drew art for the Metroid Prime series.