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Man, I really really enjoy the Xbox system and community, but if this is going to deter indie devs, and it will, I’d rather get a PS4.
I think this is pretty cool and stuff, but I think this just makes me all the more willing to spend a thousand dollars building a beastly PC and having a Steambox for myself. Just need more PC developers to introduce gamepad support. I’d love to play GW2 with a gamepad, somehow.
I haven’t been able to listen to this enough. This playlist I’ve got running (includes OST and remixes) has been looping all day long, and probably will all week.
Fair enough. I know TOR wasn’t a critical success, but I enjoyed it for a while (after the F2P switch, so I didn’t sink any money into it). I thought the gameplay and mechanics in the Mass Effect games have gotten better over time, even if the story took a small hit at the end.
I don’t know, obviously BioWare has had it’s shortcomings recently, but I’m very optimistic.
In before OMG EA SUX
I actually really like seeing BioWare on this. Looking forward to what they offer to Star Wars again.
Yes, you’re right. Ultron is associated with Hank Pym, and considering he is getting his own film, it would make sense to include Ultron. I must have been thinking of Galactus.
I absolutely loved this. I say it’s the best Marvel movie yet, but I know that so many people will disagree with me. I think my favorite element of the film was how they changed Extremis from the classic comic story line. Extremis has always been hard science fiction, and I really like that. I like it even more here because it shows that something so blockbuster and mainstream as Iron Man can contain insane science fiction elements without alienating most of the audience. I mean, if someone was fine with The Avengers, there’s a high chance they would be fine with this version of Extremis.
I’m also learning to appreciate the changes in this universe in general. Because the Marvel Cinematic Universe is so different from the main 616 universe, I know lots of people who are annoyed by how it deviates. I find that it’s actually quite fun to see how things could be different. It’s like one gigantic What If…? comic book, but it’s a fully realized and functional universe. It makes me very very excited for The Winter Soldier, just to see what they do differently.
I’m not sure, but I think Ultron is packaged with the Fantastic Four property, which as you may know, is owned by Fox and not Disney/Marvel. So, that’s a super low possibility :(
I was chatting with my friends about how the end of the movie will affect the future franchise and we came up with something that could work pretty well. As you remember, the shrapnel and ARC reactor were removed, as were all the suits destroyed. Tony also seemed to give up being in the Iron Man suit and just settling to be Iron Man in spirit more than in action.
My friends and I figured that RDJ couldn’t not be in Avengers 2, so there had to be a way for him to come back. Indeed, the end of the movie said, specifically, Tony Stark will be back, NOT Iron Man. Our theory is that Tony Stark will act as a snarky tech consultant, working with SHEILD or whatever. He would essentially replace much of who Bruce Banner was in Avengers 1. This works because Mark Ruffalo as The Hulk seemed to be an incredible success despite the horrible bomb of the associated movie. People want to see more of him, and we’re gonna need more Hulk if they’re going up against Thanos. This would allow Ruffalo the screen time he deserves while keeping RDJ in the movie.
This seems to be the one game that is just constantly being drug up from the dead by those with special access to these unreleased things. I am already sad it doesn’t exist, don’t tease me with what is impossible to attain… :(
I think this is incredibly fascinating. The Wii U holds entirely different hardware for disc authentication and stuff and I would love to see exactly what that technology is and how it looks.
I’m pretty cool with this, actually. As I think about it more, always on can work. Look at Steam. That’s super stable. Obviously, it’s much different because Steam is not an entire console system, but the potential for good things is there. I’m looking forward to the official reveal.