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  1. I've been wanting to play this for a while...so I don't need to know what happened in RE 1-3 to enjoy 4 then?
  2. I know it's been brought up 19030 times but I still think Stephen King's Gunslinger universe would be a sweet RPG setting. And cyberpunk would be sweet as well.
  3. You'd only care if you enjoy JRPG's. http://ps2.ign.com/articles/675/675418p1.html
  4. Kingdom Hearts was awesome. It actually suprised me a bit that, despite having Disney characters, the game had a bit of a dark theme to it.
  5. I like JRPG's. FFX is one of my favourite games. I enjoyed the Xenosaga games as well. Most JRPG's have pretty good (though usually mellodramatic and soemtimes outright goofy) stories. But like a few other said, they seem to be more of an interactive movie/story than a game, sometimes, but I don't mind that, though I could see why it would aggravate people who want to be playing the whole time.
  6. Radiata Stories for the PS2 - you can use a one-handed sword, two-handed sword, an axe, or a spear, with diff learnable skills for each weapon. Plus armour all has it's own distinct look. Unfortunately, it's an action RPG, and I'm pretty sure you don't like those. But honestly, I had a lot of fun with that game. There's like over 100 different people you can have join you (though none of them really have any personality), and there's a split in the main story that changes the game dramatically (you choose which side to fight for).
  7. Awesome, thanks. My prob is by the time I shut down his shield thing (you know, where you got to kill the guys that turn into control panels right on the EXACT spot, and then the laser beam starts) I have no health and no more healing items. So I figure a few more levels and I might have better results.
  8. Is the Danger Room the only place to level up in this game? I'm getting my ass kicked by Mikhail.
  9. Nope, I think at least me, Hurlshot and Kor Qel Droma plays in real life too. <{POST_SNAPBACK}> I play hockey as well, though these days, not as much as I used to. I've played for approx 20 years, since I was about 6-7. But I'm Canadian, so no suprise there, eh!
  10. If I recall he is a lawyer, so it's no suprise. I want a secretary.
  11. Oh and I'm sure most of you heard how Tkachuk was suspended for showing up overweight to training camp. Here's a recent pic of him skating with the team.
  12. I was at the game in Vancouver when Jovo KO'd Deadmarsh in a scrap...brutal fight. Yeah, it's too bad because he definitely could have continued to be a solid player if not for the concussion problems.
  13. From what I've heard/read, EA is more about presentation (graphics, animations, etc) and an arcade-like feel while 2K6 is focussed more on realism (puck-cycling, dump-and-chase strategy) and simulation in the franchise mode. That's not to say EA's game isn't realistic, I think it's just a bit more concerned with flash than 2K6. So I guess it's more a preference thing. Me? I'm waiting for Eastide Hockey Simulator from SI Games. :cool:
  14. Anson Carter to Vancouver for 1 year, 1 million. Not a bad signing, he could be a good fit with the Sedins. He has a bit of a rep for being lazy though...not to mention he supposedly has an NBA attitude. The Canuck dressing room is pretty tight though, so hopefully they can keep him in check.
  15. I'm definately going to miss him, and I think his teammates are as well. He was a really popluar guy in the dressing room. Unfortunately, May got no respect from that HACK Crawford...many nights May was forced to step up and fight guys waayy out of his weight class because Crawford refused to dress any toughness, despite the public pleas from guys like Naslund and Linden that the team was too soft. And to make matters worse, May was usually rewarded for his bravery by being a healthy scratch the next game.
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