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About Kapoutman

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    Your Collection in picture form

    Body Harvest is one of my favorite game on the system. Never managed to finish it as it was always a rental, but I had a lot of fun with that game.
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    I love Oasis. A lot of people stopped caring when "Be Here Now" bombed, but they got better eventually, to the point where "Don't Believe The Truth" is actually a great album. Hell, even now, when listening again, Be Here Now has some great catchy tunes, it's just that some of them sound really loud because they overproduced it. If you just want single songs, "Acquiesce", "The Importance of Being Idle" and "Underneath the Sky" are some of my favourites.
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    At least Konami's trying. I didn't get Elebits, but Dewy's Adventure looks fun even though it looks a bit childish.
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    Comments that don't warrant a thread

    Great graphics Great story Great score Great environments Great characters Challenging Multiplayer Need I say more? I saw everything you mentioned in that game. The graphics were hot, the music was good and I liked the story, but it's when it came to playing it that it crumbled down. It just didn't feel fun. At least to me.
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    Fuck EGM! I loved Killer Instinct.
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    Best writing in video games

    Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door. The writing was so funny. It's one of the only games that's able to make me laugh out loud.
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    Red Steel is not as bad as I thought it would be. The cut-scenes suck, the graphics are average, and the control takes some time getting used to, but everything still works well enough to be enjoyable. It's about a 6/10 in my opinion. I enjoy picking out bad guys with the sniper rifle, as well as shooting guns out of their hands. However, since it does get a bit repetitive, I usually play through one level each day. Never more than that.
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    Nintendo Power say 200+ microgames.
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    The OAO Legend of Zelda Twilight Princess Thread

    I finally finished the game yesterday, and I already feel like playing through it again. I think I'll grab what I didn't have time to get before doing that however, just to have that feeling that I did finish it completely. I have about a dozen heart pieces, 9 golden bugs and 30 poes soul left to get. Oh, and I still have all those rollgoal levels to clear and some fishes left to catch. Damn, that game is huge.
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    Microsoft Zune

    "Zune" is to French speakers what "Wii" is to English speakers. A name full of penis jokes.
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    NHL Thread: It's December Now.

    They said that Bonk could be included in a trade for Fedorov. If they give up our faceoff and penalty killing specialist for a hasbeen like Fedorov, it would have to be the worst trade I have seen in a while. Fedorov hasn't done anything significant since he got out of Detroit. And I like Bonk. He has a funny name AND he plays well.
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    Wii Numbers

    Yeah, I just received your Mii in the parade, and I must say, you look nothing like I expected. Which is pretty much true for everybody I have received.
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    Yeah, I just picked some songs for each tracks, and it remembers them. So it's like each track has its own custom theme. Pretty cool.
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    Zelda vs. Final Fantasy

    I voted Zelda because there are about five games from that series in my top 10 games. Final Fantasy never really hooked me. I'm not saying they're bad games, it's just that I connect more with Zelda. Something about the story has me waiting for the next installment just to see the next twist in the legend. The last time I played a Final Fantasy game (FFVII), I found the random battles and hour-long attack animations very annoying.
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    I got Zelda, which is pretty much the most addictive game I've played since Lego Star Wars, and I also have Excite Truck and Red Steel. I know a lot has been said about Red Steel, but I actually like it. It took me about 30 minutes to get used to the control, then it was all fun. Excite Truck is ridiculously fun, even more with the custom soundtrack option. It's just a really simple racing game, but because of the way you control it and because they take the focus out of finishing first in each race, it all feels new and fresh. And the multiplayer mode is a lot of fun too.