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Title: Fuck Iron Man
Posted: July 29, 2006 (02:02 AM)
Ever since the Civil War erupted, I can't stand this bitch. He manipulated Spidey to unmask, and then signs him up with the anti-reg hunting force without his consent. Then he cheap shots Cap, and tried to kill him. Emma Frost was right. Where was Iron Man when millions of mutants died at Genosha? Yet, he is bitching over the loss of a few hundred civillians? Then he threatens Luke Cage and Jessica Jones? The Anti-Regs are going to come back, and I just hope Iron Man saves himself at the end, when Spidey and Cap fucking ass rape that bitch.
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Recent Contributions

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Type: Review
Game: New Super Mario Bros. (DS)
Posted: May 20, 2006 (06:53 PM)
Itís a tough legacy to follow, when you are the over weight, mushroom eating, fireball spitting, Italian plumber known as Mario. Super Mario Bros. hit the scene in 1985 and blew the world away. My first video game experience was Super Mario Bros. and thanks to its amazing adventure, I was hooked on a hobby that I have loved since. Albeit, a bit dated, the original Super Mario Bros. is fun at its purest form. While Nintendo followed it up with a slightly disappointed sequel, it was still more tha...
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Type: Review
Game: Pride FC: Fighting Championships (PlayStation 2)
Posted: March 10, 2006 (12:49 AM)
In the past, MMA has always been viewed as a violent and barbaric sport, but with its new breed of fighters and an increase in popularity has brought the sport to the spotlight. Even though MMA is superior to boxing in many regards, boxing continues to dominate as the most popular fighting sport. MMA has it all, bone crushing knees, arm breaking submissions, vicious slams, deadly kicks, and jaw dropping techniques. Put a boxer in a street fight with a MMA fighter, and the boxer will lose the m...
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Type: Review
Game: Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney (DS)
Posted: February 26, 2006 (01:24 PM)
As a child, adults would commonly ask about a childís aspirations in life. Certainly, nobody would answer that they aspire to be a garbage disposer or a manager at a local fast food chain. Most answers would consist of being lawyers, doctors, psychologists, etc. Unfortunately, as children grow up their lack of effort in school also diminishes. Not everyone can be a lawyer or a doctor, but luckily for those that couldnít get into law school, Capcom has decided to meet the needs of the unlucky. En...
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Type: Review
Game: Dead or Alive 4 (Xbox 360)
Posted: February 19, 2006 (04:06 PM)
November 22, 2005 was the day Microsoft finally launched its brand new console, the Xbox360. While Dead or Alive 4 is a bit late for the launch party, the amount of polish and features more than makes up for it. Like the previous Xbox, Team Ninja welcomes the new Microsoft system with another solid addition of the Dead or Alive series. The Dead or Alive series has always been the top-tier series for Itagaki and Team Ninja. The series has always been infamous for its overly large assets and its r...
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