|Huskerdu324 - 2009-07-02 |
Deserves 5 stars for the amount of quarters I put into this game.
|Xenocide - 2009-07-02 |
The town of Die, Colorado was never the same.
|Keefu - 2009-07-02 |
I've been there. It's a village in France.
|dementomstie - 2009-07-02 |
Die is lovely in the fall.
|Camonk - 2009-07-02 |
Die is literally a place and the X-Men are welcome there.
|thebaronsdoctor - 2009-07-02 |
I wish I was welcome to Die...Instead the city officially banished me for reasons I'd rather not get into.
I mean, you sodomize one dolphin and suddenly everyone goes crazy...
hasn't been the same since the smoking ban anyway
|Caminante Nocturno - 2009-07-02 |
Die's tourism industry has taken a beating ever since they stopped welcoming visitors like this.
|freedoom - 2009-07-02 |
This from the man who was fooled by a wooden gun.
|StanleyPain - 2009-07-02 |
This game had some of the best all time worst voice acting in an arcade brawler, being second to only maybe Captain America and the Avengers.
"You cannot escape!"
"YOU will be the one escaping!"
|ProfessorChaos - 2009-07-02 |
Emma Frost welcomes you in much the same way. It's in the related clips.
|Urburos - 2009-07-02 |
Not sure if it's just me, but I'm not getting any audio off of this so it kinda doesn't count as "engrish" worthy.
Stars withheld for now.
|Jet Bin Fever - 2009-07-02 |
-2 Person playing as Cyclops.
+2 Person playing as Wolverine.
- 3 stars Wolverine
+ 2 stars Cyclops
+25 Off-Screen Dazzler
you're all wrong.
A good rule of thumb with the konami mulitplayer games was always pick the rightmost character; it usually had the least-used joystick and typically had a power move that was better than the other characters.
to wit: raphael's roll attack went under bullets and you could win sunset riders on a quarter with cormano's rifle spread if you just stood screen left the whole game.
|Gill_Sans - 2009-07-02 |
Magneto is German, so sometimes the last part of his sentences slips back. He's really saying "Welcome to The.".
|CornOnTheCabre - 2009-07-02 |
Die was a poem pressed into service as a city
|zatojones - 2009-07-02 |
X-Men, you are welcome... to die! and to bottled water. help yourself.
|biclops - 2009-07-02 |
Pyro will tear you to toast!
|poopskin - 2009-07-02 |
man, CATS don't even land that gracefully. Oh to be a mutant..
|Hooker - 2009-07-06 |
I don't think Magneto was actually welcoming them.
|FABIO - 2010-04-18 |
This was one of the worst arcade brawler games ever, fueled only by familiarity and love of the franchise.
Most little kids didn't even realize that using your special power drained your life and wondered why they'd have to pump in more quarters after only one hit.
This game was fucking excellent, and using your special attack drained your health in basically every brawling game.
Mayor Haggard piledrivers were FREE, motherfucker! Like AMERICA!
Also Aliens vs Predator let you tear up tons of shit with plasma cannons.
They weren't free. There was a health penalty if you connected. Turns out that you just weren't any good.
X-Men wasn't as great as nostalgia idiots dictate, but far better than the blatantly unfair credit munching brawlers like The Simpsons or...Final Fight. Also, I think there's confusion between Haggar's double lariat (the spinny fist move that drained life) and the piledriver (the grab special move that didn't cost life but was a bitch for 8-year-olds to pull off).
Aliens vs. Predator did have life draining special moves, but the greatness of that game was that you had tons of other, genuinely useful, special moves that rewarded player skill.
good god why did I reply to this
|Sphinx - 2011-06-12 |
Magneto was subsequently fired from Die's Tourism board.
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