@ayhokkuu Do you realize how stupid that statement is? I'm sure there are plenty of people who played/beat Heavy Rain who don't think there's "no competition".
Agent York totally deserves this :D Deadly Premonition deserves to be one of the best games of 2010 infact... totally underrated!!
only people who played/beat heavy rain would know that there's no competition. scott shelby. for reasons untold, but trust me... Scott Shelby is the best one.
I've got to say John Marston, he just has that "I own this town" attitude that makes him a badass. As for Mordin Solus, that clip was hilarious lol.
He is the very model of a Scientist Salarian. He's studied species Turian, Asari and Batarian. He's quite good at genetics (as a subset of biology) Because he is an expert (which he knows is a tautology) His xenoscience studies range from urban to agrarian, He is the very model of a Scientist Salarian. *cough*
As much as I love Mordin and John Marston I have to say York. He is one of the most interesting and memorable characters I have seen this year and it's a shame more people don't know about him. But the fact that he is even considered is a testament to how good of a character he is.
I'd have actually nominated Jack for ME2, smoking hot psycho that she is. Mordin rules as he is such a geek, with an ALARMING array of lethal tricks up his sleeve. he was killed in the suicide mission in my first play-through, and it broke my darn heart!
Mordin Solus is the most funny because he's so alien, and his grammar can sometimes be kinda strange. John Marston is like a real outlaw that still helps people, and if you listen to what he says sometimes, you will really ROFL. But, because John Marston is the main character and speaks more, John wins. If Mordin would do more in ME2, he would win with no doubt.
Mordin FTW. Between "don't swallow" and "not interested", he make me laught more than most movies this year.