I remember playing this 20 years ago as a board game.Which version - the one with miniatures, or the original with the paper cutouts and plastic stands.
I don't follow Marvel, but it could simply be "the principal of the thing." People might know who he is, but that doesn't necessarily mean that he thinks the new law is right therefore he fights against it.I'm a DC fellow, but from what I've read on Newsarama and elsewhere, that is indeed the case. It's a personal liberty thing to him - he believes it's not right, so he's anti-registration.
It's all looking more and more like Mel Brooks' "The Producers." A theatrical producer who discovers he can make more money by producing a flop so deliberately sets out to create one (Springtime for Hitler). Somehow these 3D Realms guys have discovered how to make more money by indefinitely delaying a game. Though I never thought of 3D Realms as being particularly short on cash.I think you're confusing them with those Phantom Console folks.
So does that mean we should really only be paying 60% of the price? Sounds like a rip off to me. I sure as hell won't pay $400 for something thats only using 60% of its full potential.Where on Earth do you buy your games, that you're paying $400 for them? shop around, man, you're sure to find a better deal on Lost Planet somewhere.
The fate of a California law that would ban the sale of some violent video games to minors is now in the hands of a federal judge in San Jose.
Finally closed on the house.Congrats - Don't forget to update the frappr site.
Sideways was a fucking riot...Ainh. Wasn't awful, wasn't as great (imo) as so many folks made it out to be. Did find the part with what's-her-name clocking the sandman guy with the helmet cringingly funny - must be all the video games I play.
Yeah, but did you hear the idea for the movie? The prequel to the first Star Trek, where they meet and such?Yeah, they likely believe that with Abrams working in sly nods to "the faithful" (like a 'kobyashi maru' scene w/kirk perhaps), the core fan base will be sated and see it a bunch of times. Hopefully he'll be swift enough to steer towards something that is a good accessible movie first, and a trek movie second. IMHO, that's why First Contact succeeded - it was a good action/horror mix that could've worked (with some tweaking of course) outside of the trek realm entirely.