So hey, I’ve been posting a couple of Power Rangers things lately. I think of the original series like.. every other month or so.
Let’s talk briefly about the SNES game, and how ball-breakingly hard it was. Your hitbox was large, the jumping attack wasn’t nearly as useful as it should have been, and enemies had way too much health. And don’t get me started on the insanely difficult Megazord boss fights.
However, it was a very visually appealing game. If only it had controlled as smoothly as the Genesis counterpart.
I always liked how energetic Zach was in the show. Strictly speaking, I liked all the characters in the first generation, but although Walter left fairly early in the original show’s run, he’s still a favourite. I don’t think any of the cast members to come in later years ever really had the groove he did.
Then again, I last watched the show about 12 years ago and remember the original series most of the MMPR’s 93-98 - Lost Galaxy being the last series to hold ties to the earlier seasons until Tommy’s return in Dino Thunder insofar as I know.
hiroshimishima replied to your post: Replaying halo 3 cause you know what it’s the best… Having played 1, 3, 4, and ODST.. my favourite is still 4. Although I admit 3 was pretty fun, though I missed several things that 4’s gameplay had when we played 3.
I still haven’t finished 4, but I really liked what I played. The new enemies and weapons are really cool, and the overall gameplay and setting was great too. Looking forward to finishing it.
It was probably the most fun I’d ever had doing co-op, and you know multiplayer isn’t normally my thing. My cousin and his friends were much better, but I was often invaluable at keeping us alive by running and hiding when things got too crazy for me.
Other times, I’d charge in ahead of the others - I loved running and jetpacking onto various structures - and just try to kill everything. It usually got my killed, but every so often it’d secure us good breathing room. one time I actually managed to up past a large winding area of enemies and slammed in the objective marker (or whatever) and finished a level earlier than we would have.
Then there were the grenades, oh gods. When I didn’t know what else to do, I’d just randomly lob one at the enemies - who would often scatter - but it worked about 1/3 of the time so it became a useful tactic. But once I mis-aimed and the grenade bounced off the wall and killed three of us. I felt awful but they were laughing their heads off too much to be angry.
I also accidentally tossed a grenade the first time cause I wasn’t used to the controls and killed myself. I felt special.
Maybe that’s one of the reasons I enjoyed 4 so much. Except this one Star-Fox-esque level that none of us liked. Dunno if you’re there yet or not. (sorry for going off on a tangent)
I am very familiar with that positive feeling that comes for doing well in a game. Then it passes and I remember I have no income or a life.
alittlegamesentiment said: So long as they don’t add content ID to twitch and make people sign some crappy agreement to share revenue with devs/publishers I won’t care too much.
Yeah, this is one of my concerns. That and I hate having anything associated with a Google+ ID/account. I eventually stopped signing into YouTube because I didn’t feel like dealing with the changes made in the last couple years. My account is still there, but I don’t know how many of the videos (mostly Let’s Plays) are still working.
Also, the whole business their muting/removing content for copyright violation.. by the copyright holders. I’d hate to see Twitch have to endure all these problems.
Does anyone else reply to a text mentally but not physically then forgets to actually reply all together or is that just me
I make mental notes all the time and then forget to write them down afterwards. I have done the text thing, though. I’ve also found half-finished replies and posts in my drafts from weeks (or months) earlier. No idea how to finish them.
me and my friend arriving at an all you can eat buffet
It’s still amazing that David Yost could pull those moves off, cause he was definitely the least athletic-looking of them all. I was sad when he finally left.