D. Oman

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Soul Calibur V - PlayStation 3 Standard Edition by Namco Bandai
I loved Soul Calibur 4. One of the best 1-on-1 fighters ever. This game is essentially that game with all of the best game modes being eliminated. Where's the tower challenge mode? Why is the custom character stuff now purely cosmetic? I loved the changes and how it affected your characters stats gave it a touch of strategy. I'm gonna have to find myself another copy of SC4 and forget this low-effort copy paste job that didn't even copy the best stuff from the infinitely better predecessor.
The fighting itself is still solid as is the music, and the graphics are pretty much the same as SC4 (except with new clipping problems) so I guess if you're desperate for some Soul Calibur it… Read more
Jam by Yahtzee Croshaw
Jam by Yahtzee Croshaw
5.0 out of 5 stars Hail Crazy Bob, Jan. 3 2013
I've long been a fan of Yahtzee Croshaw's Zero Punctuation, but never read his first book, Mogworld. I decided to pick up Jam however because the Jam apocalypse idea seemed like a clever satire of the whole zombie apocalypse genre. For the most part Jam works pretty well as that. In fact about mid way thru the book I really thought a movie based on this book might be cool. The ending is a bit of a fizzle I guess as others have mentioned but overall it's still gotta be my favorite novel I read in 2012, and I look forward to more stuff from Yahtzee.
Batman: The Dark Knight Returns, Part 1 [Blu-ray +&hellip
DC animated features continue to impress. I'm not a huge fan of the Dark Knight Returns comics by Frank Miller, but somehow I found this animated version very enjoyable, and possibly the best DC animated feature yet. Like Green Lantern: First Flight [Blu-ray], Dark Knight Returns blows it's big-screen counterpart, The Dark Knight Rises, away. Rises is just essentially a mash-up of the plots of DK Returns and the 90's Batman event plot "Knightfall" anyway. Peter Weller is solid and appropriately somber as Batman/Bruce. The voice acting and animation are all-around great. The scenes with Robin bring in some much needed brighter… Read more

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