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Posted:Yeah that's right,video game geek in the hizouse.
Anyway,I rented a copy of Mortal Kombat:Deadly Alliance and was watching some of the videos they play if you don't do anything at the opening screen and noticed that these guys are really doing their homework.In one of the vids they have one of the characters (Quan Chi) doing some sword spinning and I couldn't help being amazed at the lengths they have went to to make it as realistic as possible.It would seem they have went to extra lengths to choreograph the martial arts and trace the history of those arts as well.I know it is kind of irrelevant Non-Https Image Link but if you have a PS2 or an Xbox you should give it a renting.
BTW I know I'm a dork so you don't have to make fun of me.
[ 03. February 2003, 01:06: Message edited by: poiaholic22 ]
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Posted:Kinuden, There are far better games for the box than the ever coveted Halo. Personally I dont like the game, I find my fun in Star Wars Obi Wan, MarrowWind; Elder Scrolls, Ghost Recon, and a few others.
Halo, is a good multiplayer game when your drunk and bored but other than that I dont see the point in it.
Sorry bud, your to young to drink
Some Jarhead last night: "this dumb a$$ thinks hes fireproof"