Should be interesting to see what other folks think of it.
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Better not, Nintendo Life gave it a 2/10.
I hear there's massive grind after level thirty or so.
Superman is the most overpowered pussy that it's not even funny.
He isn't even consistent in what he can and should do.
How can you be faster than a speeding bullet, see through steel, hear people talking from a mile away, fly, breathe in outer space, be indestructable, shoot lasers out of your eyes, breathe breath so cold you could freeze stuff, breathe so hard you could blow stuff away & have the strength to turn a car into a bowling ball or use a tank as a baseball bat, yet manage to let someone sneak up on you who is strong enough to move you with a punch and actually land the punch before you moved out of the way and kicked their ass before they realized you moved?
How is possible to be so overpowered yet such a fuckin pussy at the same time?
http://www.engadget.com/2009/06/03/project-natal-video-hands-on-impressions-and-further-details/QuoteAfter our meeting, we actually had a chance to speak with another source who was able to show us the software guts behind the Natal, so that we could understand the method by which tracking is done. The box uses two sensors for input: a video camera, and an infrared camera (that light you see in the press photo is either power, or some part of the IR setup). The infrared data is used to gauge depth and the video camera movement, but it's the software Microsoft has developed which is really doing the magic. We were shown an example of the raw output of the system, which melds the two sources and then breaks them down into a wireframe of objects, a heatmap (for depth), and a point-map (which is akin to one of those hand imprint needle toys). The software merges all of this together to create a picture of movement in the room, allowing for some pretty crazy detail of what is going on.
http://kotaku.com/5279531/microsoft-project-natal-can-support-multiple-players-see-fingersQuoteI thought Natal had to be used in bright light.
Wrong? The demos I played of Natal were set up in dimly-lit hotel rooms, except for Peter Molyneux's Milo demo which was set in a bright room. Tsunoda said lighting was a non-issue for Natal. Maybe so, maybe not. But if it works in a dim room, that's not bad.
1. I don't believe the technology will be that reliable. The wiimote can work in a pitch black room, so long as it can see the sensor bar. Natal will no doubt demand a large, well-lit area to play in, something that most homes just don't have.
Actually I believe that Natal uses infrared for depth perception and movement capture so the lighting of the room doesn't actually matter.
But every other point stands.
That just doesn't make sense. Are these big companies honestly going to sit around the boardroom table and agree to not support the Wii, and thus risk losing big money, because they hate Nintendo or they don't want to admit they're wrong? Maybe some companies would do this, and some of the guys on top may let personal feelings affect their decisions, but ALL of them? Maybe I'm giving them too much credit but they're big corporations that want to make money. I would assume their decision to treat the Wii the way they do would involve some sort of business related decision, one that we may disagree with, but one nonetheless.
No, she was probaby on the crapper when a shitload of xboxes fell on her and she was trapped like principale skinner in that episode of the simpsons where bart thought hsi mob friends killed him
Clearly the jokes were not jokes in any regards to sexual preference, or the jokes would not be on the site, since any talk of sexual preference is not allowed. Since jokes like that are not allowed, and your posts exist, you were clearly mistaken over the content of your posts.
He was bragging all over the forums about how he thru house parties where he got smashed and kept whipping out his poke-balls to all the pretty girls. When he showed us proof, it turned out only the ugly ones played with his Diglit