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#1 JonCha91
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Mass Effect is way out in front, especially with the teaser trailer that has been released!
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It's out? :o Time to download it, methinks!

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#3 JonCha91
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Firstly, RRoD is an issue but I've never got it (touch wood, and I've had an original X360 since release). The one thing I've always done is kept my power supply in a large, open space and that way it has no cha

Secondly, it depends entirely what genre you're in to. If you're into that kind of action/free-roam element, then games like Crackdown and Dead Rising may be your kind of thing. Otherwise, you're best off exploring most genres: for an FPS, Halo (as much as you may resent it) and CoD 5 may be worth a shout (and for a third-person shooter keep an eye on Resident Evil 5); for an RPG, Oblivion and its expansion Shivering Isles, Fallout 3, Fable 2 or Mass Effect (especially) are worth a look, and for sports, Madden or FIFA are the only notable franchises.

Thirdly, you are going to need GTA IV to buy List and Damned... After all, it's an expansion DLC pack. Besides, it's worth the playthrough again anyway because you should know how to get all the achievements. :P

Fourthly, you if you already have a wirless router in your house then you can buy a Wirless Network adapter. I brought and and the single it recieves from my router downstairs, to my Xbox upstairs, is brilliant. It definitely didn't cost that much though. :?

Regarding the controller it's super easy to get used to, and you have two options: either buy a wired variant of your controller, or buy a wireless one and get a rechargeable battery pack. The investment is worth it, because the money it costs to continually buy new batteries is a such a pain.

With the headset, you have two options also: the wired headset, or the wirless headset. If you think you make leave the former lying around, then get the latter, you don't want to have to buy a new one after it gets ruined.

And I'm going to say one thing: don't compare everything to the PS3. That's only going to ruin your experience.

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#4 JonCha91
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PC every time!
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[QUOTE="JonCha91"][QUOTE="BrooklynHotBoy"]

I felt it should've been an option. hell I'd even take a slow walk.

and dont start with the noob nonsense and say I know nothing about RE games because I've played them all and know that you couldn't shoot and move. I just think they should've finally implemented this option as well as give more life to the zombies instead of having them walk slowly towards you.

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Sorry, I'm going to disagree with you here. Resident Evil wouldn't be Resident Evil if you could just storm through everything: there'd be no suspense.

i don't see how you can storm through everything when at times you have to kill certain enemies to get keys or other items for unlocking doors and puzzles and such like in RE4.

by your own logic, couldn't you just storm through the game without shooting anything?

and i see no suspence in slow moving zombies.............but to each his/her own.

There's no need to nip-pick. What I meant was that it wouldn't be fun if you could just play RE like a standard TPS.
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Pari4h. Currently alternating between Fallout 3, Fifa '09, Banjo-Kazooie: Nuts and Bolts and Halo 3.
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#7 JonCha91
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I felt it should've been an option. hell I'd even take a slow walk.

and dont start with the noob nonsense and say I know nothing about RE games because I've played them all and know that you couldn't shoot and move. I just think they should've finally implemented this option as well as give more life to the zombies instead of having them walk slowly towards you.

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Sorry, I'm going to disagree with you here. Resident Evil wouldn't be Resident Evil if you could just storm through everything: there'd be no suspense.
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#8 JonCha91
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HAD to be where you had to do all the levels in a certain way in Geometery Wars 2, to form the smiley face. I got so frustarted with it, I just couldn't be bothered. >_
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#9 JonCha91
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I don't think you need to grind until you're a decent enough level; I certainly didn't, and I've played it for 50+ hours. If you're going to go that route though, the best way is to get the Summon Undead skill (or something to that effect), crank your difficult up to max, equip a crappy weapon (depending on your speciality) and continually hit it. While this may be only for something like, say, blade it's an effective way of getting started.

Also, DO NOT just to the main storyline. If I recall correctly, it's around 10 hours long and by the end of it you're going to have such an anti-climx it'll be unreal. Make sure you explore, even if you don't have a quest to do, and pick up as many sidquests as you can.

Oh, and get Shivering Isles as an expansion. :)

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#10 JonCha91
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I generally just build about three Supply Pads, while steadily building Marines and upgrading. This way I'm intially ultra-defensive, but by the time I've upgraded most things I've got two seperate units running and I can attack bases simultaneously.