here is some cool unknown trivia: the first LBP game was once delayed for a while for containing a song in arab with lyrics about death or something, the song is still in the game but the lyrics were cut, i heard about it on Didyouknowgaming
188.8.131.52 wrote: here is some cool unknown trivia: the first LBP game was once delayed for a while for containing a song in arab with lyrics about death or something, the song is still in the game but the lyrics were cut, i heard about it on Didyouknowgaming
I heard from a friend that the PC version of Team Fortress 2 is vastly superior to the console versions because it's been continually updated. If you're looking for a really active online experience that's your game.
I had signed up for Steam and got TF2 free like a year ago, but then I found out my computer doesn't like many video games. It kept freezing up and stuff, so I just gave up on having anything better quality than Zoo Tycoon on my computer.
Not quite Chief. Sucker Punch confirmed a while ago that the good ending was canon (hence on the iF Wiki, only the good ending is marked as canon). 8 years after Cole means it's 8 years after Cole's death.
Not sure if you knew this or not, but you can hyperlink links within this wiki by using double-brackets ([[ ]]). For example, if you wanted to make a link to your LeeHatake93 article, then you could do this:
Injustice: Gods Among Us is an awesome game! It was pretty well-executed and has me exited for any future non-MK games that NetherRealm will make! I know a lot of people would like to see an Injustice-Styled Marvel Heroes video game, myself being one of them, but I would actually prefer if they tackled a different project: A Star Wars fighting game. Throughout history, other than extra game modes in games like Revenge of the Sith and Force Unleashed (Nintendo versions) and the guest appearance in Soul Calibur IV, Star Wars has a really only had one fighting game (that I'm aware of. Correct me if I'm wrong), and it was negatively received by critics. I feel that if NetherRealm tackled the Star Wars series, they'd be able to pull of a great fighter!
Given the near MK-styled violence of Injustice, I feel that Star Wars would be an excellent project for NetherRealm for various reasons:
1: There would be several characters to choose from that would have fairly brutal styles (Chewbacca, Boba Fett, Starkiller, etc.)
2: Stage Transitions like Injustice would be possible, and could even be more dynamic. Given a Bespin stage, for example. Say that the characters are fighting on the hangar bay of Cloud City. Knocking them into a passing cloud car could send them flying into the carbonite freezing chamber.
3. Building onto the previous statement, Stage Fatalities would also be possible, such as freezing the opponent in carbonite, or feeding them to the Sarlaac on Tatooine.
4. Lightsaber Dismemberment. A request that Star Wars fans have been asking for years, and made an appearance in The Force Unleashed II. Face it. If you get hit by a lightsaber, it will cut straight through you. Now, this might present a problem in a fighting game as it would be too easy to win, so they could meet in the middle. Full dismemberment (cutting off limbs, cutting people in half, beheading opponents) could be saved for finishing moves, but it would be interesting to see lightsabers actually affect their environment as well as their opponent. For example: a stray wire being cut by a lightsaber touching it, burn marks being left on the opponent after attacking them, and other such scenarios.
I think they could make a great fighter with Star Wars media.
CRUDLuVER wrote: I also have a few character suggestions, Mace Windu, Darth Maul, and Jango Fett, the only cool characters in the Prequel trilogy
Yeah, I'd imagine they would focus on the Star Wars saga post-Clone Wars, possibly starting with Force Unleashed and then expanding toward the post-Episode VI comics, although I'd agree on adding Mace, Maul, and Jango since they are BA characters.