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 Post subject: Re: Hey!
Posted: Apr 02, 2011 20:12 

Honestly Stu, that's how I picture you in real life. As this old guy with a dog like that always barking, with you telling it to "Shut it!" while you go round, setting it on kids that trespass on your property.
 Post subject: Re: "Like" a Post Feature?
Posted: Apr 08, 2011 16:47 

Kind of redundant to have a 'like' feature when there's the option to give thanks. Also, this isn't Facebook.
Posted: Apr 08, 2011 4:13 

As a (late) special gift for the 15th anniversary of Biohazard, Project Umbrella is happy to announce that we have completed a full translation of the original Trevor Letters, which were included in the fifteen minute BIO HAZARD demo. They were later rewritten and included in The True Story Behind BIO HAZARD .

It is my pleasure to present to you all the complete translation of these letters for your perusal.

Many thanks to BioTech, Welsh and MarkGrass for the extraction and translation.
 Post subject: Re: Resistance series...
Posted: Jul 10, 2011 14:35 

What appeals to me about Resistance 3 is that they seem to be drifting away from the CoD mentality of the second game. Fall of Man was much better than the sequel.
 Post subject: Re: 2012
Posted: Jul 10, 2011 11:18 

Posted: Apr 17, 2011 10:28 

I am happy to announce that Project Umbrella has begun a translation project of the "BIO HAZARD Hokkai no Yōjū" (Phantom Beast of the Northern Seas) novel. Written by the FLAGSHIP staff, the novel is set on "Gaidus Island" and focuses on the Beardsley family, an aristocratic family that helped establish the Umbrella Corporation.

The canonicity of this novel has never been determined by anyone before, and if it holds no contradictions to the series, it is likely to be canon. Several pages have been translated so far.
Posted: Jul 30, 2011 20:17 

Project Umbrella has conducted an interview with Marc Mostman, one of the writers for Wildstorm's "Resident Evil The Official Comic Magazine" which was released after Biohazard in 1996. Many thanks to HUNK for carrying out the interview and to Marc for answering our questions.
Posted: Aug 15, 2011 16:17 

You are not authorised to read this forum.
Posted: Aug 16, 2011 9:59 

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 Post subject: Re: Dead Island
Posted: Aug 30, 2011 18:10 

Yama wrote:
Mr. Spencer wrote:
Those are some of the most uninteresting and bland characters I have ever seen.

That award goes to ORC. :idea:

We'll compromise on a joint-award for both.
Posted: Sep 02, 2011 17:26 

I don't know, well, I do know for a fact that CoD is a casual first-person shooter. There's no real skill or talent involved, in all fairness I haven't played enough Halo to warrant a strong opinion but it comes across as just another shooter to me. TF2 on the other hand I do have a lot of experience with, I'm hoping to get involved in 6v6 competitive play at some point. I just need to do more training as the Medic class, which is where I specialise.

That's another thing about TF2, while many FPS titles have class-based multiplayer, the classes have very little to differentiate them from each other. Just different weapon loadouts and abilities but even then it's similar, look at Killzone 3 for example. In TF2, each class has varying health amounts, entirely different weapons, unique playstyles, etc and they're all dependent on each other. It's easy to identify the CoD refugee free-to-play users as they tend to play as Sniper, as camping is all they know. Plus, Sniper is probably the most useless class in the game. Pretty much everything they can do can be done far more effectively by the Spy, e.g. taking out sentries, eliminating heavies, etc.

Back on topic. I've never owned a 360 but if I do acquire one in the future I certainly plan on buying ODST, which to be fair is the only Halo game that interests me. But you have a long way to go to convincing me, Yama!

Tell you what, let's compromise on saying that CoD is shit.
Posted: Sep 05, 2011 14:15 

I like that you mentioned Bubblegum Crisis. Great anime.
Posted: Sep 13, 2011 13:58 

It's a very sexy voice.

Do I detect a fap, fap, fap?

Already finished.

It's a very sexy voice.
You're a jackass, but that's why I love you.

Yama, I had no idea you felt that way.

Anyway, would you say the set is worth the asking price? Certainly looks fancy enough with all the decals, bells and whistles but I've been fooled by shiny looking covers before. I still can't believe they listed the empty space for BH5 as a selling point. I'm still on the fence about the HD releases, though chances are I'll pick up CVX but that's about it. I don't feel like playing through BH4 again, but CVX on the other hand I'll definitely run through.

Just got my box. Should pick up the GOW Origins Collection and I'm set for the short time off.

Now pick up the Splinter Cell HD Trilogy and then you're all set. Sam Fisher is like a 50 year-old Batman.
Posted: Sep 14, 2011 16:19 

Posted: Sep 16, 2011 8:29 


Posted: Sep 18, 2011 10:39 

Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell HD
 Post subject: Re: Tokyo Game Show 2011
Posted: Sep 19, 2011 16:34 

I'm still not happy, no.
Posted: Sep 20, 2011 14:41 

Oh cut the shit, guys.

I'm excited to see Jill/Sienna as the main villain. They cut Jill's fight scenes in 2 because she was wearing a skirt and there wasn't much she could do, but this time in that battle suit shit's gonna be intense. I can't wait.

Also, if Jill and Ada have any 1v1s or screentime together, it will be glorious.

If you are after good fight scenes, I'll just post links to Final Fantasy Music videos. You really don't need to see the product of some retards voided bowls.

I'll take it from here.

I'll show you a good fight scene -
Posted: Sep 25, 2011 14:55 

Irrefutable, undeniable factual evidence.
Posted: Sep 26, 2011 7:34 

Zementh wrote:
So now they are reporting Carlos is back as well.

The fuck.

Ah, Oded Fehr and his upside-down ears.

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