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Dr. Rodney McKay

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    Hustlin' - Rick Ross
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    "Seasons in the Abyss" - Slayer
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    Half Life 2 Episode 3 Alpha Mod Concept Previews

    There's little difference between two Half-Life mods, and I've only found a few that actually change anything significant.
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    "No Diggity" - Blackstreet feat. Dr. Dre
  5. okay LOL

    thanks a lod

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    Oh Yeh Behb

    I knew what they were from the moment I saw this topic, as I own a couple of them. I've got adapters for the PSX/N64, and two SNES adapters. I have yet to use them, as I can never figure out where they are.
  7. "C&C E-sports" lol
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    CNCNZ Stargate Appreciation Club

    Yeah, the main aspect that attracted me to Stargate was not the combat scenes. SG-1 may as well be Triple H, with how many times they bury(when one makes someone look awful) enemies in the series.
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    Out of Hell for UT2004 released

    I mark out for Zombie Games. In addition, if this mod got released after seven years, then The Sith Lords Resurrection Project has hope as well. Downloading soon. I'll tell you guys how it is once I'm finished.
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    "Just Look at Me(Rob Conway's theme)" - Jim Johnston
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    CNCNZ Stargate Appreciation Club

    I really want to get into Universe, but I've also heard less than favorable things about it. Making it "documentary style" seems like a horrible idea, and I don't want to get a headache. Also,
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    Dragon Age: Origins

    As for me, I'll be getting it as well. I downloaded the free character creator, and it seems robust on a few levels.
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    "Mr. Krinkle" - Primus
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    WWE Smackdown! vs. Raw 2010

    The story editor isn't a general manager mode so much as it's a story writer mode. You can book up to four years worth of shows per storyline. You can set the length, number of superstars, the text that appears, the locale, and the animation. Your story can comprise of 50 scenes and 450 matches on the X-Box 360 and PS3 versions. It's a bit limited right now, as there only 100 scenes in the game right now. It's still fun to use, and you can still do Russo swerves and such. Oh, and you can only use any created superstar up to ten times in your storyline.
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    WWE Smackdown! vs. Raw 2010

    Basic Information Name: WWE SmackDown! vs. Raw 2010 Publisher: THQ Developer: Yukes Ltd. Platforms: PS3, X-Box 360, PS2, PSP, Nintendo DS Genre: Fighting, Professional Wrestling The best-selling fighting videogame franchise returns to the virtual ring with the most authentic, entertaining and compelling simulation of WWE programming to date. Featuring unparalleled creation tools, a robust Superstar roster, key franchise improvements and a few surprises, WWE SmackDown vs. Raw 2010 delivers the empowering freedom to create, customize and share gameplay experiences. It’s the player’s world now. In-depth Information: CREATE-A-SUPERSTAR REDESIGN – The franchise’s renowned customization interface delivers a new look, improved graphical quality and a host of new parts, allowing players to create Superstars who are comparable in quality with their WWE counterparts. Take creation one step further with a new Paint Tool to detail created Superstars with original tattoos, logos and other unique designs. SHARE THE CREATIVITY – Share created content with the WWE Universe by uploading created Superstars, entrances, finishing moves, highlight reels, created storylines and more. Utilize the keyword search engine to view created content from around the world and download for use both offline and online. SUPERSTAR THREADS – For the first time in franchise history, create alternate ring gear for Superstars by customizing the colors of shirts, logos, face paint, elbow pads, boots and much more. Save the alternate looks for use throughout the game and online to show off the Superstars in grand fashion. WWE STORY DESIGNER – Embrace a directorial role to create and customize unique storylines. A brand new cut scene creation interface includes talent and location selections, dialogue writing, camera angles, Superstar emotions and much more. Construct each night’s show card with matches, unique match stipulations, interference events, and other story twists and turns. ROAD TO WRESTLEMANIA – The popular story-based mode returns with key updates and new storylines, including a first-ever Divas storyline and a Create-a-Superstar storyline. (Thanks to Gamestop.com for the above) (Thanks to Dr. Rodney McKay for the below) Mini-review: This is a true sequel for the series, a return to what made so many play SmackDown vs. Raw 2006. Among the chief new features concerning gameplay is a new chain grapple system. Simply use a strong grapple on an opponent and you can switch between a headlock, a Collar/Elbow tie-up, an arm-wrench, and a rear waistlock. This new feature gives you the ability to switch between your chain grapples at will, a welcome feature if you're a klutz like me. Also, they've done away with the dedicated ultimate control grapples, while still retaining the ultimate control moves so you can add them to your regular strong grapples. Gameplay feels similar to previous iterations of the series, but it's much more fluid than previous games. Strikes connect with malicious impact, submissions look great, and grapple moves look painful. As your chosen wrestler inflicts damage to your enemies, you may notice redness on the affected areas. That's intentional, to signify damage to those areas. And those areas are textured quite well, as the wrestlers are very well done and look exactly like the person they are made to represent. But, if the likes of Jeff Hardy, Goldust, and Santino Marella don't satisfy your primal need to kick someone, how about Create-a-superstar(CAS)? Well, you'll be happy to hear that the CAW has been revamped with numerous parts, hairs, and 3D elbow and knee pads, as stated above. In addition, there are a myriad of new moves in the Create-a-moveset. If none of those are sufficient for you, try your hand at creating your own with the numerous additions to the Create-a-finisher mode. However, there a few caveats that are a bit bothersome. The physics engine makes the gameplay interesting, but it causes a few ragdoll glitches during gameplay. In addition, grabbing a downed opponent and doing the move you want can be a bit troublesome, as I have found that I have often gone for a side grapple, only to grab his head or legs. In addition, this game is a bit late detecting when the opponent is standing and when they are laying, resulting in your character doing a move normally done to a laying opponent, done to the standing opponent. This, however, is partially negated by game adjusting the impact. So, for instance, if you do a Ghetto Stomp while the opponent is getting up, instead of hitting him with nothing, you'll instead hit with Bourne's flying knees. Rating: 85%(100% is a great score, 0% is an awful score) Sorry if I went too far with the review. I tend to do that with things. And that counts as a mini-review, since my regular reviews are 200 page books.