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  • Avatar for Funny_Colour_Blue Funny_Colour_Blue 23 hours ago


    - Monsters are really mutated people— well, dang."

    I definitely see your point now! XD

    Honestly, this is probably their way of getting out of having explain, why a group of scientists decided to perform lab experiments on 3 humans, who also somehow happen to be a giant werewolf, a lizard and an ape.

    "Hey guys, have you noticed anything after taking these pills for the last few days? I somehow feel bigger and suddenly have a really strange craving for bananas."

    "Really? I'm getting all hairy and like chasing cars and stuff!"


    ...All joking aside though, either way, they're going to have to explain the setup - either at beginning of the film - or have 3 giant monsters tearing apart a city already, and have that twist of them actually being 3 genetically mutated humans, teased throughout the film and revealed/explained towards the end.

    Eitherway, I could see why it'd be a hard film to write for, on this particular budget.

    Having them as 3 genetically mutated animals is probably easier to write for, but just not as fun. :(Edited 2 times. Last edited 22 hours ago by Unknown

    Posted in First Trailer for the Rampage Movie Drops

  • Avatar for Funny_Colour_Blue Funny_Colour_Blue Yesterday

    @LBD_Nytetrayn "There is so amazingly little to get wrong here, just a few things to adhere to, and they manage to ignore one of them."

    I said the exact same thing about G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra (2009) so little to get wrong and yet...aaaaaaaaaaaaaa!

    G.I. Joe: Retaliation (2013) starred Bruce Willis and Dwayne Johnson as well, and it was so much better. They even threw in the "Snake eyes agree with me, right Snake eyes?" joke - it was great! It was just a dumb-stupid-fun action movie, with witty one-liners which is exactly what G.I. Joe is suppose to be.

    They did everything right with the second film, it even performed better at the box office, earning 75,000,000 more than it's predecessor, without having a ham fisted love story clutter up the film, and yet somehow it was less well received by critics?!?

    ...Even though it was the better movie?!!?

    Posted in First Trailer for the Rampage Movie Drops

  • Avatar for Funny_Colour_Blue Funny_Colour_Blue 5 days ago

    Man, this is like seeing Cloud in Ehrgeiz all over again.

    I effing' love you SQUARE!

    Posted in Final Fantasy XV's Noctis Joining Tekken 7 in 2018

  • Avatar for Funny_Colour_Blue Funny_Colour_Blue 13 days ago

    ...I was late again to this.

    Tenchu: Wrath of Heaven for PS2

    all invisible, spider-man web slinging in the intro aside.

    I've never been more excited about: Fall, Autumn Leave, Halloween and Ninjas all at the same time.

    The intro just gets you PUMPED:

    Posted in USgamer Community Question: What's Your Favorite Video Game Sequel?

  • Avatar for Funny_Colour_Blue Funny_Colour_Blue 16 days ago
  • Avatar for Funny_Colour_Blue Funny_Colour_Blue 17 days ago

    five snes classics? gimme...all of for each staff of us gamer and meeee....

    EDIT: Seriously though, I can't find these things anywhere, Nadia, fellow canadian, where can I get one? every seller on lists them for 300. it's crazy, I'm not paying that much for that.Edited 3 weeks ago by Unknown

    Posted in Amazon Launched a New Hub Just for "Retro" Games, is Giving Away Five SNES Classics to Celebrate

  • Avatar for Funny_Colour_Blue Funny_Colour_Blue 17 days ago

    @FTLMantis "I think this episode exposes gamings greatest failure: the use of "mature" violence and sexuality without having anything to say about it. Which, of course, makes the violence and sex not mature at all, but exploitative. There are some few games that do it well, but most of them are just chasing easy attention. David Cage has never given us evidence that he's capable of doing otherwise, so why should we trust him to handle this well now?"

    I wanna echo this response, cause it can't be said enough .

    Until Dawn (2015) for PS4 was a simple hollywood horror movie blockbuster, that sort of flew under the radar for many - but had a wide cast of recognizable hollywood actors.

    Not only was this a great game, but to me, it was an important landmark achievement and technological milestone - games and the technology to make them, have finally reached a competent enough point to compete with hollywood movies.

    Like, as shocking and provocative as David Cage has always been at driving the medium forward, it's not 2007 anymore - we don't need David Cage. There's enough understanding behind the medium, now that anyone can make these games with more thoughtfulness, understanding and respect, around these creative and questionable moral choices, so it's no longer an issue. come on, this is 2017, I thought people would catch on by now.Edited 3 weeks ago by Unknown

    Posted in Rhianna Pratchett Responds to David Cage: "Step Up to the Plate and Talk About the Creative Choices You Made"

  • Avatar for Funny_Colour_Blue Funny_Colour_Blue 22 days ago
  • Avatar for Funny_Colour_Blue Funny_Colour_Blue 25 days ago

    @BulkSlash I agree!!

    I still remember what Mike Krahulik said about the first Asassin's Creed game when it was first released on the PS3/XBOX360 back in 2007:

    ...I always thought Assasin's Creed was a genuinely great western take on the Tenchu series, because it involved and innovated in ways, that formers series couldn't.

    Thankfully AC2 turned out better... But I can never get over that trend during 2007 and onward, where gaming companies, in the press, would ask you to buy a bad game, just to invest in future instalments.Edited 4 weeks ago by Unknown

    Posted in Why Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag Remains The Best In The Series

  • Avatar for Funny_Colour_Blue Funny_Colour_Blue 27 days ago