|Caminante Nocturno |
Wolverine's a jerk. Why did you guys invite him?
ENOUGH VIDEO GAME INTROS
no it isn't video game intro week. i liked the mental illness thing. this is why anarchy fails.
It's certainly Video Game Intro morning.
You can't deny that.
I'm just sick of BAD videogame intros. Enough with the faggot RPG droppings, people.
We get it already, you hate RPGs that aren't designed by and for beardos in plastic viking helmets. You don't have to act like a Freeper at a Clinton rally about it.
Xenocide is drying out tears with his Advent Children collectible edition cloth fold out.
That looks fun
lolcoolj is a dirty liar. The only fun parts of this game are dressing Luke Cage in his 1970's-era costume and listening to some of Deadpool's sarcastic comments.
Didn't you see the part where I said I love smash and grab games? I'm easily entertained, what can I say. Plus I wasn't working at the time and had to waste time. So BACK OFF!
-1 because every damn game intro promises to be way cooler than the ACTUAL fucking game. Still deserves at least 4 stars for Spidey's parts being ten times better than the last two Spiderman movies.
Also: Is it just me, or did this clip find Wolverine in a fat elvis stage? As cheezy as most of his parts were, I love that he showed up to a colossal battle wearing a tshirt rather than a dorky costume.
this one is realy depressing, because it's a next gen system, and you sorta expect the graphics to look at least a little like the intro these days, but it goes from this directly to a top down squad based thing with tiny graphics, it's just sad.
This was free with my xbox 360, you get one guess as to why it's free.
Nice job, guys. You've saved the helicarrier by CRASHING EXPLODING SHIT INTO IT.
He looks like Ultimate universe Thor but talks like 616 universe Thor. HORSE SHIT.
|Dr Dim |
Why does Doom never get to win? Stupid cheesy Marvel heroes suck.
Villains don't team up enough; they're always outnumbered. The thorn in Dr. Doom's side is the Fantastic Four. FOUR! And cloning yourself to even the odds never works, everybody knows that.
The truth is that losing by a narrow margin is actually a matter of survival for a super villain. They can't actually succeed and permanently kill their arch nemeses - that would likely end the comic, leaving the villain doomed to obscurity. Killing a hero is only safe if you can be sure that there is an easy and probably inexplicable way for them to be resurrected (it is usually - but not always - safe to somehow blame it on a skrull; bonus points if you come up with a new excuse that somehow goes against canon). Villains must also remain interesting and relevant by constantly coming up with new - and preferably nefarious, but I'll also accept devious or diabolical - schemes to destroy the heroes, or risk becoming boring, which leads to being written out of the storyline and replaced with newer, grittier, more "X-treme" villains that are supposed to, but ultimately don't appeal to today's youth.
So, every time a super villain says "I'll get you next time!" s/he is really thinking "Hey, that went well."
"Villains don't team up enough" That was the premise behind Wanted - which sucked by the way. Don't let anyone tell you differently.
I didn't the game was that great, but holy shit the cut-scenes. I'm sorry..I thought this shit was awesome. I would watch a whole movie like this, universe continuity and all that beardy stuff be damned.
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