@The Man of Yesteryear: Man, he's gonna run out of numbers to substitute for letters in that name soon.
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@The Man of Yesteryear: Was that S0nic_hedgehog or whatever? I figured that was the same dude. Enjoyed him the first time.
Never in your wildest dreams, never in your wildest dreams
In your wildest
You could hear the loudest screams, comin’ from inside the screen
You a wild bitch
Tell me what I gotta do to be that guy
Said her price go down, she ever fuck a black guy
Or do anal, or do a gangbang
It’s kinda crazy that’s all considered the same thing
DAMN SON HE'S BACK BABY THIS THREAD IS GOIN' PLACES
I love the LEGO games for their style & sense of humor, but man I wish these games were actually fun to play (or I wish I was 8 so that I can tolerate the gameplay regardless). Everything about this game sounds awesome. I would love nothing more than to mess around in the world as LEGO Green Lantern. These parody posters are amazing. But I know I'll play it for 5 minutes, hate everything about how it plays and never want to play it again, which sucks because I want to love these games! I do!
Max Payne 2 is my all-time favorite game. Ever. I've legitimately played through that game more times than I could count.
From what I've played of Max Payne 3, I couldn't have asked for a better follow-up to that game. It looks fantastic, the story is thrilling, the controls are a proper evolution of the original game's mechanics, the dialogue & music are excellent. It's just about everything I could've asked for, sans full in-game seasons of Address Unknown, Dick Justice, Captain Baseball Bat Boy and Lords & Ladies.
She-Hulk - 4 (-1)
Blink (AoA) - 27
Mercury (X-Men) - 43
Mystique - 37
Nocturne - 5
Starfire - 53 (+1)
Domino - 31
Definitely eating my words right now. Said that Avengers wouldn't even make more money in America than Hunger Games. Couldn't have been more wrong. Congrats to them. How high is the ceiling for this one though? $1.6 billion worldwide? Dark Knight probably won't be able to touch that but I think it'll still be a close match in America, at least.
Alice In Wonderland broke $1 billion!?!
Yes, unfortunately enough. Burton + Depp + recognizable property + first big 3D movie post-Avatar= lowered standards/ $1 Billion in ticket sales.