At 4/9/10 02:19 AM, HeavenDuff wrote:
At 4/8/10 04:43 PM, Auz wrote:
Wait, what exactly happens? Is it that whenever you use that glitch you will just explode whenever somebody kills you? So basically you just become a suicide bomber or something.You have to hold your semtex (sticky grenade) press the button to set it up, but do not throw it, then pull out your javelin and anytime someone will kill you, the javelin will go kaboom!
But that glitch as been fixed :P
Ah :p Yeah that sounds like a fun thing to do, but aren't there easier ways to suicide bomb yourself? Like can't you just hold a grenade and pull the pin when you get close to someone? In most games you will then drop the grenade when you get killed, but it will blow up very shortly after.
Oh alright. I must've misheard something then I guess.No, you may be right. I'm not a Star Fox pro.
Well let's ask gamefaqs then...
Yep there is an expert mode actually. You can unlock it by getting all 15 medals in the game. In expert mode, the levels will differ a bit. Your wings will break more easily and enemies will do different things. You can read about it here.
Oh, because it was overpowered/overused or something?overused and overpowered. When you end up fighting two guys at the same time and that both of them are using it... there is no way you can win.
Because both of them have insane HP, right?
Nope I don't actually. I've had a Wii for a couple of weeks, but only because I borrowed it from my friends. About two years ago my friends had this idea to buy a Wii together. However, they're not really gamers and eventually they've put it aside and the thing just got on their way. So they decided to go sell it and I could borrow it for a while.Oh well, the Wii is no big deal though. I joinned this club because I like the SNES and some N64 games.
Nah it wasn't a big deal indeed. The only game I was slightly interested in was Metroid Prime 3 back then. For the rest I already had Twilight Princess for the Gamecube and Mariokart and Brawl were a bit of letdown to me.
But by now there might be some more interesting games on the market... I thought Wii Sports Resort looked fun and Wii fit seems to be quite popular as well.
Yeah it's insane. I have no idea how to beat that challenge because the weapons available don't really give any room to try different strategies either. If you could get some explosives you might be able to set some traps, but as far as I know you only get pistols =/I hate playing games with bad bots system. An example could be useful here. Have you ever played against these peace sims on Perfect Dark on the N64? These guys who run around and only try to disarm you?
I've never heard of them actually :p I find the menuscreen a bit confusing though so that's why I might have never come across them.
You see... I hate it when bots are just badly programmed and that when you get killed by enemies it's not because the bots have better strategy or whatever... but only because when you change the diffuculty of the game... all of a sudden, the enemies know exactly where your at... ALL THE TIME !!!
Plus they have perfect aiming and won't ever miss...
Yeah that's exactly what's happening in the 18th challenge. It's just not fair, because you can never beat the computer that way. Only thing you can do is try to set traps and such, but if you don't get the gear for that...
What? That's something I've never heard of :pNever played Rock, Paper, Scissors? (see the picture at the end of my post)
Yeah of course I know about Rock Paper Scissor, but I've never heard about the match thing. I agree that it's stupid though. I thought the whole point of the game was that it was balanced so that it doesn't matter what you picked. It was all based on luck. But with this new match rule, you should always go for either rock or scissors obviously. Rock might be best since it's now more likely that people will choose scissors rather than paper.
And the Japanese animation series on TV, like Pokemon and Digimon, were always crap. I remember I watched a few, but soon I found out they were all pretty much the same thing over and over again. Similar characters, similar plot-lines, similar build-up etc.. I have a feeling that they really gave the anime genre a bad name here, which is a shame because there are actually some really good anime movies and series out there.Your right. These shit did give anime a bad name... but your also right when saying there is some good anime movies out there :)
Indeed. But on the dutch television they only broadcast stupid series like Pokemon, Digimon, Yu-Gi-Oh, Medabots, Beyblade and shit like that. I think MTV once started broadcasting Cowboy Beebop, which was a great series (or so I've heard), but there was no interest so they stopped. Which is too bad, because I might be very interested in it right now.
Hah Dragonball Z :p That was really popular here as well once. If I look back at it now, I don't think it was such a great series actually, but almost everybody in my neighborhood used to watch it. It's too bad that they rewinded it like... ten times over here before they finally got to the end of the Majin Buu saga. After that I've never seen it on TV anymore.Haha! DragonBall gets kind of silly with the Freeze saga, The Piccolo saga and Sayans saga were quite good. But from this point on... the whole serie only became redundant. It was always the same shit...
Very true. You know I had this feeling that the series wasn't actually supposed to go on after the Freeza saga. It always seemed to me like the original script was only written up until there, but because of the popularity they suddenly decided to add a few more saga's to it. You can see that some things were actually different after Freeza. To give a few examples:
- I think the character drawings became much more detailed and Goku, Gohan, Vegeta looked way more serious than they did at the beginning of the series.
- Before Freeza, characters like Krillin, Yamcha, Tien etc. had some relevance to the plot and were okay fighters. Afterwards they all 'retired' and were only distractions for the main characters. Even Picollo, who was once the strongest along with Goku, didn't fight much anymore.
- The series really built towards Goku becoming Super Saiyan and made a huge deal out of it. After the Cell saga, people became Super Saiyans over the most silly things and you had this whole SS2, SS3 thing which didn't seem to have much of a point. Also, wasn't it first established that there has never been a Super Saiyan before Goku? If you saw how Goten became SS then you wonder how that's possible =/
- You suddenly had all these little side-saga's which had no relevance to the plot at all. Examples: Garlic Jr, Great Saiyaman (Gohan as a superhero), the tournament etc.
- The Dragonballs hardly played any role in the plot anymore. Occasionally they were only brought up for convenience, but that's all.
And there were loads of other things. It really seemed to me like they quickly wrote some stuff after Freeza to cash in some more on its success.
Well I haven't played that many Wii games, but I suppose you're right. Whenever I see a commercial for a Wii game, they almost always try to show how fun this can be with the Wii controls and such. You know, they show this room full of people making 'retarded' moves in front of a TV, but they don't actually show much of the game itself. I guess you could derive from that they indeed pay a lot of attention to the controls and not so much on the rest.Exactly what I meant! The game itself doesn't seem that important anymore. Only the controls matters now...
Yeah. Well let's hope that they will eventually see this and will spent some more time on the rest in the future.