I've reread that review many times, and yet I've never noticed that mistake until after I submitted it. x_X
You wanna write a review, know EXACTLY what you wanna write, what every paragraph is going to be about... yet you just don't want to actually write/type it out?
I'm having one of those weeks.
I have the first paragraph down, but that was written 4 days ago. I could've had this done by now and moved on to something else. Now I have Daytona USA distracting me, too. XP
So I've known Radiant Silvergun has been available on Live Arcade for a few weeks now, and Guardian Heroes just came out this Wednesday, yet I'm not exactly rushing, nor excited to play either games. I've played and enjoyed the Saturn version of GH many times in the past, and the prospect of playing this with other people online should sound awesome, but I don't seem motivated to download the title. Same goes for RS, which has been regarded by many as one of the best shooters ever.
Screw playing and reviewing Drill Dozer, I haven't had this much fun with an Ace Combat game since 5!
Maybe I'm blind, but in a movie with a theme of diversity... I only saw one black guy. And he's the first mutant to die, too. You didn't even get to see his full death, since it cuts away when he was about to explode. I thought, "Well, okay, this is a PG-13 movie", until I remembered people were being teleported into the sky and dropped to their deaths a few minutes earlier. And later, you see the second mutant death, where Magneto plows a coin through Kevin Bacon's head, the entire segment, up close, in slow motion.
I've heard some things from sources and videos about certain games in the Bit.Trip series, but I never got around to trying one of the games on WiiWare. Honestly, it was a hard sell to download one of the games by itself to me, at least without some kind of playable demo, so when a complete collection was released last week, I took a shot with it.
Some of the games are neat to play, like Runner, which is a platform game that forces itself forward with your running avatar. It's pretty basic, but hard to master when you're trying to collect all the gold in each stage. Memorizing some of the longer stages is difficult, too.