My IRL name is William, but people usually call me Bill. I am 28 (until Jan. 6th ;) )and I live in Oxford Connecticut, USA. I am a professional carwasher for Lexus, though I am in training to build helicopters for Sikorsky. I enjoy drawing (poorly, if I do say so myself) hiking, everything winter, traveling to foreign countries and posting occasionally on Comic Vine. I also like to complain about how better things used to be before they went through that last update. AND, Xavier is the coolest person here because he is AUSTRALIAN!!! ;D
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Honestly, things like racism/sexism/otherkindsof-ism don't translate very well to the sort of level he's on. -"What can you do?" -"Rearrange matter based on my whims and also I'm of African descent and I'm homosexual~" -"I dislike you because I'm a bigot" ...and doesn't the final panel just draw itself in your minds? I mean, really? People are stupid, but not THAT stupid. Its easy to hate something you are afraid of because you don't understand it, but really tough when you're own immediate demis is staring you in the face.
I kind of liked the fact that the game itself was non-linear. Sure you HAD to kill Thing (no matter how much you liked Thing/hated playing with earthquake ballerina) but WHEN you killed tThing (or anyone else) made a difference on what you got in the game. I (finally) unlocked everything by doing it "right" and it really ticked me off that I only skipped 1 stage the first time I played through and beat it.
Character-wise, the Imperfects struck me as odd. I could have sworn there was already a "Brigade" and I wanted to say he was loosly associated with the x-men. Also Hazmat seemed familiar. Aside from that, the other characters seemed like knock offs of pre-existing characters: The Wink=Nightcrawler, Solara=Human Torch (and he IN the game! WTF?!)
Over all the game WAS fun to play, extra fun if you were playing a friend and you tossed them off theedge of the map lol butat the same time, it was one of the last games that you actually had to try and work at beating. Newer games might take hours/days/weeks/months to get through, but its just beacuse they're time consuming, not challenging. Imperfects was the last *new* game I played that presented me with a challenge in a one player fighting/story game.
...now if I could only manage to grind my levels in CoD enough to get a decent gun so I can finally beat my neighbor... lol