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  1. Bio Mech Hunter
    Don't get your hopes up, ironpredator. Even though, Wii is dominating every territory it's been released in, 3rd parties still see it fit to give it the shaft with quality titles. Bastards.   >:(    An epic, quality, made-from-the-ground-up Wii version would abso-freak'n-lutely insane. I'd be all over that like white on rice. lol   ;)  
  2. dachande89
    I wait with patience for the arrival of this game, but inside I am beyond eager to play. This looks to be a truly great Alien game, and it has been a long time since I have played a good Alien game.
  3. Hicks_0998
    Right on Apone, graphics don't make the game; its the story and plot, game mechanics AND graphics.  They're all elements of a directors toolkit.  This could make Cameron proud    ;D  
  4. Sgt Apone
    I like the look of this - but I'm worried about gameplay mostly. The first Halo is still my favorite game, despite lower quality graphics, because the gameplay and replay quality are so great. A game like Doom 3, however, got stuffed in a drawer halfway through the game, because even though it looked amazing, I got so bored with the straight-ahead, confined levels - no room to explore or use any sort of strategy whatsoever. Just walk down a hall, wait for things to jump out, and shoot. Hopefully A:CM is more free like Halo, and less like Doom. I've never played Gearbox's other military games, though. Which side of this coin do they fall on. Anybody tell me?  And as for scans of mags being a no-no, I don't see how it's any different than Borders and Barnes/Noble having tables and chairs right next to the mag rack that practically scream, "Come in, sit down, read a mag, then put it right back on the shelf and not spend a dime!"
  5. Xhan
    lol, except Hudson put the article down word for word in another thread. Funny that the BS get consideration, and people that are bringing exclusive news of something about the franchises that DOESN'T suck don't.
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