hardcore retro gamin'
Yeah, Max is a beast. Definitely one of the more fun big guys to use in a brawler.
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I hold hope in my heart and dreams in my soulOn one hand, Night Slashers is a top tier beat em up and arguably Data East's greatest game, so this is great news; on the other, Forever Entertainment's track record is spotty, and I don't think they're going to go a 2D route for this...
On one hand, Night Slashers is a top tier beat em up and arguably Data East's greatest game, so this is great news; on the other, Forever Entertainment's track record is spotty, and I don't think they're going to go a 2D route for this...
They did the lackluster Panzer Dragoon remake, along with the mediocre Fear Effect Sedna and a lot of various smaller titles. They're doing the upcoming House of the Dead remakes as well. They're swinging high but I don't know if they can actually catch the edge they're so desperate to reach.Oh, noooooooooo. What else have they done?
Ah, I know the comic. It's part of Dark Horse's attempt at a superhero line consisting mostly of antiheroes. I actually read the X series when I got it in the discount bin. It's not as bad as you might expect from a line trying to be very grim and gritty but it was rather forgettable, a poor man's V for Vendetta. It was all mid-tier storytelling and I'm going to assume that this tone is similar across the board. The most famous of the Dark Horse heroes line was Barb Wire, because of it's movie. And last decade, they tried to revive it. I didn't read most of the books but Joe Casey's "Catalyst Comix" is a pretty decent attempt to be a weird book with big wild ideas.Big Hidden Palace update today includes a heretofore unknown to exist brawler for the Genesis based on some '90s comic called Out of the Vortex.