In here now if anyone wants to join up. You might be able to jump in without an invite if you search a specific enough set of parameters. The game type is Battle Royale and the region is of course, North America. Never seen anyone try it this way before yet it seems like an interesting experiment.
Also realized that Matilda with a black outfit is essentially Ivy from Soul Calibur. Their weapons look alike and the hair color is the same. I'm just in here, whippin' people with my big ass witch bat - ha!
typing this stuff out between games btw. The room takes about 3 min. to fill up between matches and the matches themselves are 10 minutes long. I figure if anybody should search the above criteria, they'd have about a 33% chance of getting in. Probably a ton of other variables but w/e, fuck yo paragraph
It's an interesting concept because we've had difficulty bringing parties into public games. Not expecting much of this instance because nobody seems to be on the forums atm, just saving the idea for later. I'm thinking if one of us were to host a room which specified all three criteria, we might be able to meet up that way without having to run it privately. We'd be stuck with a specific game type, but the map and possibly region can be changed w/o exiting. And of course we get rank for public.
Anyway there you have it. It's an idea and improvements are more than welcome.
Last edited by Sir Legendhead; 01-19-2013 at 09:03 PM.
Reason: done typing now
Rewatched the scene where it shows Jack looking at a child and saying "she's mine...no. She's my responsibility." Now if I'm looking at this correctly, that kid's mom is the one who was supposedly killed by Max? That would explain a lot. Fascinating how they did the black/white perspective here. It manages to be literal and figurative at the same time. The story takes on a different tone based on which side you experience first, yet maintains coherency throughout. Some of the details are easy to miss yet they make sense given the subtlety of the Japanese.
Anyway. I'd like to do a blog about this but by the time I've reviewed it thoroughly, it won't be fashionable any more. You have to admire men who do this work for a living. I can see how having such a hard schedule thrust upon oneself would be more demanding than weaker members of our society realize, or could take.
tl;dr: awesome game is still awesome, and so is writing when you do it for the kids