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#1 Posted by Yoghurt (126 posts) -

The comic book - Big fan. One of the funniest things out there. Looses some wit at the end, but all in all, it still has lots of charm and seems like it's written by a guy who loves what he does, and you can surely tell that he's a geek in a good way.
 
 Game - fun for a short periods of time. Sometimes I had a feeling it tried too hard to be 'geeky' or 'nerdy' if you like the term better. Loved some of the tributes and homages, some were probably forced.
 
Movie - still haven't seen it, didn't have a cinema release in my country yet. I'll wait for blu-ray. I'm not a big fan of Michael 'always the same voice and expression' Cera, but I put a lot of hope to the technical stuff, like word bubbles, on-screen onomatopeias and other visual candies.

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#2 Posted by Yoghurt (126 posts) -
@nywt said:

"  As for my pick, I'll join the sentiment that I can't agree with anyone who does not like the original Star Wars trilogy. "

 
I sincerely liked it when I first saw it at the age of... I don't know, 7? Years after years I grew more distant and sceptical about the whole Star Wars thing, and it's not at all fault of the godawful New Trilogy. It's just seems plain silly to me right now. I'm still somewhat digging the Empire though, I've spent huge amount of time on X-Wing, Tie Fighter, Alliance (but that's my strange affinity with space sims) and I've played through first Knights of the Old Republic at least 4 times. I don't know why my love for the Old Trilogy faded away with age.  It's just part of my childhood, but as they say, some things should stay in your past - when you compare your memories with the product now, you might be dissapointed.
 
 I'm still asking my girlfriend to watch it, cause anyone should know such classic, it's in the collective mind of the half of humanity. Even if it's a bit rusty and in some parts just stupid if you think about it for a second.
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#3 Edited by Yoghurt (126 posts) -

Unbelievable, but there are people who couldn't grasp the unspeakable genious of Fight Club.
 
Same goes for Big Lebowski haters, who say "All in all nothing happens". That's the point, goddamit.
 
As m personal choice - I like Boondock Saints, despite it's flaws, some people find it revolting piece of shit. But I fully understand the hatered for the sequel.

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#4 Posted by Yoghurt (126 posts) -

Economics and Foreign Languages University (Poland) with major in english filology

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#5 Posted by Yoghurt (126 posts) -

    The world's most expensive gay manifesto ever (wrongly called "a movie") gets it's second game which is basicly the first one with mediocre graphics and without landing on the carrier? I'd say "I'm bailing out". Hope I won't hit the canopy.

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    #6 Posted by Yoghurt (126 posts) -

      Even as a diehard PS3 fan I couldn't care less, but that's just me going through ME1 & 2 about 3 times on my PC. Maybe when it comes in some cheaper version later min incoming years I'd like to see how it fares on PS3, for now, I'd say pass.

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      #7 Posted by Yoghurt (126 posts) -
      Exeactly the same feelings
       
      @ThePantheon said:
      " You know you're a real Deus Ex fan when the very mention of the name Tong makes you stop reading and go "...Tong?" out loud suspiciously. "


       
       
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      #8 Edited by Yoghurt (126 posts) -

        Not feeling it. I've got first X-COM on my PC, my macbook and my mobile phone and I'm still playing it (how long is it since 93? Jesus, 17 years), maybe that's why I don't get the positive vibe from shooting at a black tar from X-Files. 
        The 50s setting is great and all, but from the looks of the trailer it seems like it's trying to be Resistance 2 background with Bioshock weapons.

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        #9 Posted by Yoghurt (126 posts) -

          What the... Song kicks ass as always, but does anybody (including Ubi) knows what's that about?

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          #10 Edited by Yoghurt (126 posts) -

          Nothing new, except for the moronic "Kinect" rebranding of Natal (which was a stupid name in itself).
           
          Still waiting for a megaton.