it's fairly easy to down a Titan given rodent cunning and teamwork.
Metalrodent wrote:it's fairly easy to down a Titan given rodent cunning and teamwork.
Hmm, hadn't considered that - mr Smile, buy this game and lets team up
OXM ETboy wrote:finality-invoking D-word
You make good points. Also, I want to play a game called "Finality-Invoking D-Word".
Alaric14 wrote:I sense an obscure JRPG on the horizon. One which involves the use of spelling via the Kinect as a combat mechanic for magic users, where a young apprentice sorceror embarks on a quest to find the ultimate source of power...the Finality-Invoking D-word.
He'll have to do a lot of soul-searching along the way and build up a party of fellow adventurers: a plucky girl aristocrat, a seasoned warrior with a severe expression who never smiles (and when he does you wish the character model hadn't allowed it), a child prodigy looking for their master who cries all the time, a mysterious rogue who isn't as interesting as we hope he is, along with a forgettable fellow apprentice who was our hero's childhood rival (but in the end turns out to be a pretty decent type after all).
"Finality-Invoking D-Word". A cult classic waiting to happen, no doubt.
CunningSmile wrote:I think I've played that...or at least the description (minus Kinect) sounds oddly familiar. Do they all have incredibly angular hair, androgenous faces and weapons that either due to size or design would be useless in the average fight?
OXM ETboy wrote:What, no hideously annoying puffy creature that only speaks puffy language?
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