Mindless2164

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    • Original Opening Tunes?

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      Mindless2164

      I remember for the first six episodes or so of the first season of Red vs Blue, the guys would make up their own opening theme song. I specifically remember one with Burnie singing "I am Red I'm fighting with the Blue, I am Blue I'm fighting with the Red. Why don't we just get together, make ourselves a little Purple."

      However, I can't find these videos anywhere. None of the videos on YouTube has the original openings, none of the videos on this site and the DVDs don't have openings to the episodes at all. I tried going to the WaybackMachine, but it couldn't find redvsblue.com or roosterteeth.com.

      Any ideas where one might find these videos?

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    • BlizzCon 2011 is coming up

      7 years ago

      Mindless2164

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      This is going to be my first time watching BlizzCon. I can't wait for all the announcements and exclusive interviews, especially considering the next World of Warcraft expansion will be announced this year. (If Blizzard keeps the theme they have established the last 6 years)

      All the interviews and announcements are going to be fun, however... I'm doing my best to prepare myself for everything in-between. Watching a bunch of awkward video-game geeks dancing the tauren dance is just painful to watch.

      I'm making progress, however. Today I managed to watch the entire BlizzCon 2010 dance contest without looking away or skipping the incredibly awkward bits...

      Let's pray the concert floor won't be as slippery this year.

    • Should I be worried?

      8 years ago

      Mindless2164

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      So, Dead Rising 2 came out today, and it's absoloutly epic. I haven't played Reach at all today thanks to it, which is good news as I thought Reach was going to steal the thunder from DR2 and leave it rotting on my shelf for a while.

      A big part of Dead Rising 2 is combining different objects and turning them into badass, lethal weapons of mass-destruction, for instance, a newspaper and a bottle to make a molotov, a motorbike and a chainsaw for a slicecycle, etc.

      So after playing DR2 the entire day I went to bed, when I found a drill lying on the floor. My first and immediate thought was "Oh, great! I can combine this with a bucket to make a... waitaminut! What am I thinking?!"

      Should I be worried? O_o

    • Dead Rising 2 review

      8 years ago

      Mindless2164

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      Kickass

      I just picked up the Dead Rising 2 prologue "Case 0". It's a nice and short way of summing up what we're gonna see in DR2, and I have to say this is gonna be an amazing game.

      If you have watched any of the DR2 trailers you already know about all the new features, so I'm not gonna bore you with that stuff. Instead, I'll tell you some of the smaller changes that Capcom necessarily hasn't been pushing.

      The original Dead Rising was a fantastical game, and it may even be one of the best games on the Xbox 360. But no matter how amazing something is, people can always complain about it. Here are some of the biggest complaints about the original DR:


      - The game causing overheating
      - Too small font (unless you have a huge TV)
      - Crappy saving system
      - Main character is kind of a douche
      - Melee weapons break too fast
      - "Too Japanese"


      Overheating

      The new Xbox 360s really help against the game overheating your console, and I can only imagine that Capcom has fixed that problem for the old 360's as well. (Can't tell before the full game is out)


      Small font & saving system

      The next two points are actually kinda funny, because the second you load up the game you will instantly notice the incredibly large font. (It's almost a bit too big) and that you can choose among three different savefiles. (something that has been suggested by DR fans for a long time) Capcom has really been working on fixing all the complaints about the original game, and they introduce them to you almost immediately.

      Another thing I noticed is that the game will allow you to save during the story and you don't have to run back to your saferoom. I reach a cutscene, and the game asks if I want to save my progress. That's really appreciated as well.


      Douchy main character

      If you have watched Geoff and Jack's achievement hunter videos, you will know that your character has a daugther that you have to protect. In the first cutscene you will immediately notice how caring your character is, and he is a lot more lovable than Frank West. His daughter might be the cutest thing in the world as well, which really motivates you through the missions.

      This has never really been a major complaint, but I have always felt the original DR missions didn't feel motivating. Every single mission was either about helping a douchebag journalist get his scoop or about being attacked my crazed women while you try to rescue them or carry a fatass on your back because he's too lazy to walk. Now your missions are about saving the life of an adorable little girl who depends on you.

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      Decisions, decisions...


      Melee weapons

      Another real relief to me was the melee weapons. I was mowing through several hordes of zombies with a single baseball bat, and I started thinking "Wait a second... shouldn't this bat break soon?" but it could take hella lot of damage.

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      Can you hear me now?


      Japanese

      Another thing you will notice even at the loading screen is that it seems a lot more western. The entire map is based on a rural american village, and all the zombies seem to be more based on the Romero-movie zombies. (It's hard to explain, but if you have played DR1 and pick up DR2 you will know what I mean. The zombies look a lot better)

      And the fact that you no longer have a camera and none of your main objectives is to take erotic photographs of zombie panties also helps a lot. DR1 wasn't very sexually balanced.

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      But then again, two sides to every coin...

      Which also reminds me of something else I noticed about the game. In the DR series, if the zombies get too close to you they will grapple on to you and you have to shake them off. The male zombies would grab your shoulders and bite for your neck, while the female zombies would suddenly drop to their knees and try to take off your pants. For some reason the female zombies don't have the ability to grapple you anymore...


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      You have no idea how long it took to find a SFW image when I googled "female zombie grab"...

      Once when I was playing Dead Rising my sister walked through the room with some friends, and just as they looked at my screen a bleeding, half-naked zombie chick basically starts giving Frank a blowjob... needless to say that was pretty awkward.


      I noticed a lot of other small usefull changes as well. For instance, you no longer aim with the right trigger, but you use the left trigger instead which feels a lot more natural, while it may feel a little weird in the beginning to Dead Rising 1 fans.
      I imagine they did it for the Playstation 3 and PC gamers or other people who never played the first game.

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      The Wii isn't getting Dead Rising 2, but they got the chance to murder that fucking dog

    • I think my WoW account has been hacked

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      Mindless2164

      So I was playing WoW today, when suddenly in the middle of a fight I got disconnected from the server. I just shrugged it off, the main screen had a note talking about some server maintenace, so I just did some other stuff.

      Later I tried to use the WoW armory on my iPod Touch, but instead of automatically logging me in it immediately said "Wrong password". Writing the password back in didn't help, and again I shrugged it off. (I figured it might have been a bug with the app)

      Then, a few minutes ago I tried logging in to WoW again and it didn't work. Now I finally understood what was going on. I couldn't log in to Battle.net anymore, I couldn't ask the Worldofwarcraft.com forums for help because someone at Blizz had the brilliant idea of only allowing people who have their WoW username and password use their help forums.

      I have been googling around for help, but all they said was to contact a GM in-game, which might be the worst advice ever when I can't access my account. I figured my best hope would be to ask people in the most active forums I know (these forums) for help.


      What do I do? Where do I go from here? Calling Blizzard is out of the question, because I live in Norway. Is there any place I can contact Blizzard without my Battle.net account?

      I fear all my gear has already been sold, and all my characters have been stripped naked, but I just want my account back. smiley2.gif

      Post edited 8/26/10 4:36PM

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    • Official Guide

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      Overview:
      -Estimated Achievement Difficulty: --
      -Offline: -- (-- points)
      -Online: -- (-- points)
      -Approximate time to 1000: -- hours
      -Minimum number of playthroughs needed: --
      -Number of missable achievements: --
      -Glitched achievements: --
      -Do cheat codes disable achievements? --
      -Does difficulty affect achievements? --

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    • Official Guide

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      Overview:
      -Estimated Achievement Difficulty: --
      -Offline: -- (-- points)
      -Online: -- (-- points)
      -Approximate time to 1000: -- hours
      -Minimum number of playthroughs needed: --
      -Number of missable achievements: --
      -Glitched achievements: --
      -Do cheat codes disable achievements? --
      -Does difficulty affect achievements? --

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    • Official Guide

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      Overview:
      -Estimated Achievement Difficulty: --
      -Offline: -- (-- points)
      -Online: -- (-- points)
      -Approximate time to 1000: -- hours
      -Minimum number of playthroughs needed: --
      -Number of missable achievements: --
      -Glitched achievements: --
      -Do cheat codes disable achievements? --
      -Does difficulty affect achievements? --

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