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#1 Posted by MrDirector786 (43494 posts) - - Show Bio

Played more Sonic Lost world and got through the second Zone. My opinion from before pretty much still stands. A few control issues, and the levels go on for a bit too long for a Sonic game, especially considering I'm still only in the first two levels, and the special stages suck, but aside from that I haven't seen anything else that was too objectionable. But that will probably change shortly considering that I've now passed the second zone, and from what I've heard it is after the second zone that the game starts to get bad and continues to go downhill from there.

#2 Posted by MrDirector786 (43494 posts) - - Show Bio


  • MGS2: Sons of Liberty is awesome... maybe because that was my introduction to the series.

I agree. I will say it's probably my least favorite of the Metal Gear Solid games that I've played (albeit for a very shallow reason and I think you know what it is) but I still think it's a great game.


  • Kiefer Sutherland is leaps and bounds ahead of David Hayter.

Blasphemy! You are unworthy to have the words "Metal Gear" in your username! :P

#3 Posted by MrDirector786 (43494 posts) - - Show Bio

Just started playing Sonic Lost World on 3DS and I've beaten the first level. So far, it doesn't seem that bad. There are a few control issues, the levels can feel a little long, and the special stages are beyond terrible, but otherwise it seems like a fine game so far. Thing is, from what I've heard, the first two levels of the game are fine but after that is when it gets really bad, so I'm still a little cautious.

#4 Posted by MrDirector786 (43494 posts) - - Show Bio

I actually forced myself to almost catch up with Yu-Gi-Oh! Arc V. Has it gotten any better? Not really. Only a few things have happened that are actually interesting, but it's not enough that I really feel like I could recommend the show to anyone so far.

#5 Posted by MrDirector786 (43494 posts) - - Show Bio

The Blue Screen of Death. That's why this site has so many glitches and other design issues. :P

#6 Posted by MrDirector786 (43494 posts) - - Show Bio

@mrdirector786 said:

I actually have to force myself to watch Yu-Gi-Oh! Arc V. I've only watched about 11 episodes so far, and I don't know how many have been subbed but I really, really don't feel like watching it at all. That is not a good sign at all. I recently forced myself to watch a few episodes about two days and haven't bothered to watch the next one.

..damn it's that bad? *sigh* I really hope this is not a nail in the coffin for the greatness that is the Yu-Gi-Oh! franchise.

So far, it really isn't very interesting. I'll keep watching it, but I really don't have high hope for it. What's sad is right now I don't even feel like the show will improve with time like other shows. Even though ZeXal had a weak beginning, something about it kept me watching it and trying to keep up without having to force myself. On the other hand, I actually have to force myself to keep watching Arc V for the time being.

#7 Posted by MrDirector786 (43494 posts) - - Show Bio

I actually have to force myself to watch Yu-Gi-Oh! Arc V. I've only watched about 11 episodes so far, and I don't know how many have been subbed but I really, really don't feel like watching it at all. That is not a good sign at all. I recently forced myself to watch a few episodes about two days and haven't bothered to watch the next one.

#8 Posted by MrDirector786 (43494 posts) - - Show Bio

Can't wait till the end of this month. First, on August 29th, Azure Striker Gunvolt comes out. And then UFC 177 is on August 30th, and I can't wait to see Barao beat Dillashaw in his own hometown and take back his belt. That would be hilarious.

#9 Posted by MrDirector786 (43494 posts) - - Show Bio
#10 Posted by MrDirector786 (43494 posts) - - Show Bio

@mrdirector786 said:

Aw man. Jon Jones is injured so his fight with Cormier won't be until January next year instead. It's too bad because I was actually really looking forward to it.

He needs more time to train those eye pokes brah

That's on accident. I don't think he intentionally does that. He looks more like he's just trying to use his freakishly long reach keep his opponent at a distance.