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post #76 of 103
Now it's Guitar Hero.
post #77 of 103
Thread Starter 
Here are some screenshots of Nintendo Revolution's "Red Steal." http://home.btconnect.com/hgi/ninten...red-steel.html
post #78 of 103
How's your tekken going ?
post #79 of 103
SNES:

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Turtles in Time
Legend of Zelda
Super Mario World
Street Fighter

PC:

Neverwinter Nights
CS: Source
Call of Duty
FarCry
Rainbow Six
Icewind Dale (what a classic)

N64:

PERFECT DARK
Goldeneye
Mario Kart
Super Mario 64
WWF No Mercy

PS2:

Entire Metal Gear series
Madden series
post #80 of 103
ah, how could i forget icewind dale? that game rules. played the expansion packs but never could get into icewind dale 2...
post #81 of 103
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Originally Posted by Brian SD
Here are some screenshots of Nintendo Revolution's "Red Steal." http://home.btconnect.com/hgi/ninten...red-steel.html
That looks rad, B.
post #82 of 103
I've been playing the single player F.E.A.R. demo, debating on whether or not to purchase/illegally download it.
post #83 of 103
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by Tokyo Slim
That looks rad, B.

I know you'll be into it.. The story of the game is: you're an American with a Japanese-American girlfriend, who is blood-related to Yakuza. Something along the lines of her brother owes money to the Yakuza, so they kidnap your girlfriend, and you have to go to Japan and fight to get her back.

From what I understand, you hold the revmote and the gun in your hand (on screen) reflects exactly the motions of your hand (notice how when the guy is holding the revmote tilted to one side, the gun on screen is also tilted)- although from my understanding you don't have to put your arm out so far that it gets tired, you can rest it on your knee and use simple motions to control your gun movement. Also, from what I understand, if you flip the revmote around, your character pulls out a katana, and through motions of the revmote you can hack and slash your enemies.

Homme, I started using Steve. Every now and then I pick DJ, Kaz or Jin to switch it up (and my EWGF is getting much better, especially after your advice about hitting d+2, d/f), but my friend / Tekken mentor is telling me that I should learn how to win first, because I will never gauge my skill and learn techniques if I am prepared to lose every round, like I do with Jin. With Steve, I win maybe 70/30 (there are some crappy guys and some really good ones too), and I can see what he means.. I'm definitely picking up the importance of low attacks, getting up correctly, etc. which I never really drilled myself on before. Since I started playing Steve and concentrating on precision and defense, I've been doing MUCH better vs. Bryan players, who I can now punish like its no ones business when they try to Snake Edge me.
post #84 of 103
Quote:
I know you'll be into it.. The story of the game is: you're an American with a Japanese-American girlfriend, who is blood-related to Yakuza. Something along the lines of her brother owes money to the Yakuza, so they kidnap your girlfriend, and you have to go to Japan and fight to get her back.
To some people, I suppose that this would seem like an extraordinary string of events. For me, however, this is a Thursday.
post #85 of 103
Man I cannot WAIT to play Red Steel. I am going to be dirt poor after the Rev launches.
post #86 of 103
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Originally Posted by dusty
Man I cannot WAIT to play Red Steel. I am going to be dirt poor after the Rev launches.

mmm, really, REALLY want to pick up XBox 360 but i'm just waiting for the PS3/Revo to come out...
post #87 of 103
Quote:
Originally Posted by Tokyo Slim
I've been playing the single player F.E.A.R. demo, debating on whether or not to purchase/illegally download it.

Purchase-worthy. Scares the crap out of me (that is a good thing, btw)
post #88 of 103
Right now I am playing Dragon Quest VIII


Pretty darn good so far, and on top of that, it comes with a playable demo for Final Fantasy XII. Yes!
post #89 of 103
My favorites:

NES: Double Dribble, Legend of Zelda, Pro Wrestling (I didn't have many cartridges )

Consoles besides NES: Super Smash Bros for N64 (countless hours playing this in college), Grand Theft Auto III (the concept was just so great at the time).

PC: TIE Fighter, Counter-strike (alpha to 1.3), Descent I and II (first time playing any game over the internet using IHHD and Kali), Secret of Monkey Island, World of Warcraft (first MMPORG to hook me).

Arcade: Mortal Kombat 2 (the version where you could juggle people), Street Fighter Zero (Alpha in U.S.) 2.

Half of my life went into video games. Pretty pathetic
post #90 of 103
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Originally Posted by Brian SD
Homme, I started using Steve. Every now and then I pick DJ, Kaz or Jin to switch it up (and my EWGF is getting much better, especially after your advice about hitting d+2, d/f), but my friend / Tekken mentor is telling me that I should learn how to win first, because I will never gauge my skill and learn techniques if I am prepared to lose every round, like I do with Jin. With Steve, I win maybe 70/30 (there are some crappy guys and some really good ones too), and I can see what he means.. I'm definitely picking up the importance of low attacks, getting up correctly, etc. which I never really drilled myself on before. Since I started playing Steve and concentrating on precision and defense, I've been doing MUCH better vs. Bryan players, who I can now punish like its no ones business when they try to Snake Edge me.

I have to disagree here; i play with mokujin alot, not just to win, but because i get more enjoyment playing with him than i do with other chars. If i just wanted to win i would only use kaz. Anyone can 'win' using steve, but whats the point if you would prefer to use other characters ? The only way youll get better with jin, dj or kaz is if you play with them, against people who are equal/better than you. Jin is probably a little harder to win with than kaz or dj, but i like using him, he is a good character to use.


PS i always do really well against brian with kaz, twin pistons(when rising 1,2) is your friend, duck jabs / throw attempts, tp, then follow through with 1-2, f+1, f+2 . Works well
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