Heck, I’m pretty sure the official synopsis for Infinity War 2 is that the Avengers are trying to find a way to undo the Snap. This shouldn’t be a surprise to anyone plugged in.
When I was a kid, we were a Sega household, so I almost never played Nintendo games. But every year we’d go up to Indiana for Memorial Day weekend and stay with my Great-Aunt and Uncle, and they had an NES and a Game Boy with Link’s Awakening. So every year I’d spend two or three days trying to get as far into…
Ask Gwen Stacy how well that works.
G-forces, and correct me if I’m wrong, are caused by acceleration, not speed. So you could accelerate at 1g to any speed you liked on a long enough time frame and it would still be 1g worth of force on you.
Counter to what lost_limey said, I’d say DON’T start with the Horus Heresy books. I think it’d be like telling someone interested in Lord of the Rings to go buy the Silmarillion or whatever. There’s a ton of them, most of them are ancillary to the story, it’s all backstory anyway, and a lot of the impact relies on at…
Massively-Multiplayer Looter-Shooter and Battle Royale aren’t exactly the same thing.
To be clear, I wasn’t trying to say that old people being fans or members of something is bad, just that when you stop bringing in younger fans and instead focus on fanservice for the aging fans you already have, you’re looking at a fanbase in decline, and unless you reverse the trend, eventually you’ll see your…
“When I first started here, it was a lot more older people. Closer to our age,” Jones says of the clientele. “Now it’s gotten way younger. A lot more kids, especially on the hot releases where there’s a line up outside.”
I can’t get over how grey the meat looks in all those pics. Legitimately, a plain ol’ hamburger from McDonalds looks more appetizing than the burger patties here. Is it just how the photo was taken?
Man, the Arkham series is great. Kind of surprising they’ve let it lay fallow for like four years now.
Sure, that could work. Or maybe make it the hook for a new character. Either piloting a Titan (some major tradeoffs there, as now you’re huge, loud, and can’t easily shelter in buildings) or a limited-time summon like Overwatch’s Ashe.
Outside of changing timelines in this last season, the closest they’ve come was ADA’s simulated reality where Hydra ruled the world.
The website says it’s set a couple hundred years after the first two games, for whatever that’s worth.
The lack of Titans (my favorite part of Titanfall 1 and 2) baffles me, but here’s hoping the game does well enough to maybe find a way to make them work in a battle royale.
It comes with 200 tokens and a 20% discount on OWL merch.
Full disclosure: I clicked through to see if there were any new skins that I’d get if I bought the pass.
Yeah, I’m pretty sure this very article is the reason not having user reviews is a selling point.
The irony, I suppose, is that it’s the very type of behavior that makes Epic’s storefront and its lack of reviews so attractive.
Just make a cinematic adaptation of this: