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basilbr

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  1. if you were going to emulate Matrimelee, what would you use? i cant see an entry for it on mame(32-gui), fba or winkawaks.
  2. I wasn't talking about the move sets or even the characters (I guess that would be Dural vs Tekken's circus/zoo roster). Tekken feels more believable in the way hits and attacks land on opponents. As for accurate interpretations, does that include the 100's of PPPK variations.
  3. It repairs with hunting rifles actually, and they're everywhere. Oh also worth noting now is the Nuka-Grenades. Before Broken Steel they wern't a priority since you needed the quantums for a quest. But now with the Quantum Chemist perk, can have some Fat-Boy scale fun with them. ps. I was kind of absent minded when I created this thread in 360 section, I forgot PC versions got the dlc too.
  4. I think Tekken became and still is more popular than VF for a reason. That reason has got nothing to do with how 'technical' either series is, though vf fans love to try and take that high road. The problem with the VF games is how they feel. How the characters move, how they attack, and how they take a hit. Whether its that stupid thunder clap sound that rings out when a hit lands, Akira's faster than light movements or the floaty way characters jump, the games have been and still are unconvincing. Sure the characters look real good in vf5, but to control, they still feel like the papier mache covered wire frames they were in vf1. Tekken on the other hand at least feels like its improved the feel of characters and attacks over its many sequels. I still wouldn't say its perfect in this respect, but even when you're juggling and bouncing opponents the attacks feel more 'weighty' and believable. I don't hate the vf series. Believe me I put so much money into the VF2 arcade game, and still enjoy the odd go on vf5. Tekken though, as long as they never make another Tekken4 mistake, will always be prefered over vf.
  5. So Broken Steel came out this month, and I got back into playing Fallout 3. It also reminded me how much I like using Lincoln's Repeater. It can rip a super mutants head off from a 100 yards away. It's easily my favourite unique, yet I know I still have a few more to find. Anyway, does anyone else a fave unique weapon in Fallout 3?
  6. I traded my copy in last week. Game is an unbalanced p.o.s. not fit for competitive play. Its even more so online, I doubt any of the issues were even playtested with a laggy connection by capcom. At first I held onto the game with the naive idea that Capcom might patch the gameplay, but then obviously I remembered the grand old history of title updates Capcom is famous for with the sf series (sfiv second round I guess).
  7. Lars is Heihachi's scandinavian lovechild lol.
  8. anyone want a fight, got my 360 back today.
  9. I have sf4 and would be happy to play anyone here online if they're in the UK or even europe. East coast USA at a stretch, but anything/anyone further away would be too laggy.
  10. Dragon's Quest 5 seems to have similar problems.
  11. I have a 1Tb ext hdd now, got it at xmas. I think of it a bit like having a really big space under my bed I can use when I need to tidy up the place.
  12. Keanu Reeves as The Comedian might have been unintentionally funny.
  13. Ak sys games always look great, but can get a bit confusing to watch ( who's doing what to whom?)
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