Tuesday, May 12, 2009

Marvel vs Capcom 2

It looks like it will finally make it to the 360 this summer for 1500 points. Sweet.


At 2:38 PM, May 12, 2009, Blogger Rob said...

Oh, and will also probably get Broken Steel.

At 4:37 PM, May 12, 2009, Blogger Rob said...

Shoot me....

It seems that in order to play Broken Steel (Fallout 3) you need to pass the game....fine. But it I think it needs to run a file you saved while running XBOX Live. I never ran XBOX live when I played (PC).

Now I'm running it so that I could download BS. You start BS just before you end the game, and then continue the story from there. BUT! I noticed that as soon as I login to XBL, the old save files in my PC (from when I played without XBL) are unavailable. The available options are reduced to "New Game" only.

So it seems I have to play through it again while connected to XBL.... I hope I'm not right. If I am, I'm going for ultra evil karma, with 100 points on heavy weapons. Death to the citizens of Megaton.

At 7:10 PM, May 12, 2009, Blogger Ben said...

Yes, I have been rather quiet here lately as I've been outiside running back and forth across my yard, frolicking in total delight at the news of MvC2 being released. Now I can finally retire my Dreamcast.

This is a game that totally dominated my brain for a couple years in the late 90's. Each character shouts the name of their power move as you execute it, which, after you've done it a few hundred times, starts to creep into your every day speech. Completing tough projects at work? The mind starts thinking... Smart bomb! Unibeam! Ion Cannon!!!

Now, of course, I need to get a SFIV arcade stick controller...

Fallout 3.... its hard to imagine my character, aka Death Incarnate, will have much time leveling up to 30, but it might be fun to return to the wasteland for a few more hours. Did anyone get The Pitt?

At 7:23 PM, May 12, 2009, Blogger Ben said...

What ever will I do with myself now? A key bright spot in recent days has been the pleasure I derived from a daily beatdown of Jon's Brute. Now that I'm three levels above him, I only get one measly XP from administering the thrashing.

Heck, that's the same I get when I'm on the receiving end of a similar thrashing from Tiffany or Chris. One day I may challenge Brian to a fight just to see what receiving a truly epic butt kicking feels like. I think such a thing might actually be classified as an illegal snuff film, so I'll have to be careful.


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