Does the sold seperately $50 Pro-controller have force feedback/rumble vibration ?
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My Facebook profile page was automatically changed to the Timeline view, and is scheduled to permanently remain that way as of August 30th.
Anyone know how to go back to the old regular view?? I dislike the Timeline view.
This video is kinda old news, from last year. Towards the end of her performance she does some pretty freakish moves.
You have to fast foward the first 30 seconds, the news commentator blabs for the first 30 seconds of the video:
also nice that they added natural body movements. Like when Sarah is in her fighting stance, she sometimes brushes her hand across her hair. This natural body movement during the fight was not in the previous Virtua Fighter 5.
I seem to remember in the old PS2 version, you could make the health bars go up to 400 points of damage. I very much enjoyed that because it allowed me to have long matches.
In Final Showdown, the health bar only goes up to 260. I really hate that. It makes the matches seem very short and very quick, forcing you to perform the quickest knockout combos.
I know that they want the leaderboards to be somewhat equal, but there should be an option to change the health bar more, and have your match NOT counted towards the learderboards.
Whenever you visit the website, make sure you click on the "ON SALE" BUTTON on the left hand border of the screen.
It's a very quick way to see the lower priced items each week.
.....sorry, I don't actually read the magazine so can't give an opinion on the quality of the aritcles inside. I only rip out the coupons, and throw the rest away :oops:
Love having playable female characters in games - Gears, Uncharted, upcomming God of War Accension (hopefully).
But can't give out my email. Sorry man
I signed up for Best Buy's bi-monthly magazine called "Gamer". In this current month's issue I got coupons for Resistance 3, Soul Calibur 5, and SSX.
Ressistance 3 = $10 (30 minus 20)
Soul Calibur 5 = $20 (40 minus 20)
SSX = $30 (60 minus 30)
So I bought all 3 games for $60, plus $5 tax. 3 games for the price of 1 new game :cool:
I just started playing this old game over the weekend, and I absolutely love it.
1) The dialog is well done.
The characters have multiple quick phrases that they tell you. It's not just "nice to see you", followed by dead silence. If you walk up to that same character a second time, they will say a different phrase. This makes it lots of fun to interact with the characters, to hear what new things they have to say.
2) Many random objects in the environment that you can interact with.
Like the televisions that you can change the channel to watch a movie, or even watch music videos. Total time added all together, I probably spent over an hour watching random items on the televisions.
3) The characters are like-able.
The female lead Jenny is very nice, a regular "downtown" girl. She is not some stuck up, prissy blond girl, like what you see in some other games. The kiss scene while we were sitting together on the couch was very sweet, and established a nice connection between us.