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- adamskydancer in All gamesposted at Jul 23, 2009 12:08 am
"Well, that didn't take long at all. It only took a few weeks before Street Fighter IV modders were able to create nude skins for some of the games' characters."
Well, that didn't take long at all. It only took a few weeks before Street Fighter IV perverts modders were able to create nude skins for some of the games' characters. Above is an example, with a sensitivity filter placed over Chun Li's exposed vagina. And yes, I'm extremely happy that I just got away with saying "vagina" on a gaming news site without forcing it in.
Heh, forcing it in.
You can check out the forum here (yes, there's a forum dedicated to making nude skins for video game characters) for more information and uncensored versions of the image above. There are also other poses that should get any fans of humongous thighs extremely excited, as well as different skins for other characters including Zangief. Yes, I'm serious.
We obviously don't condone downloading third-party software or anything like that, but we figure there's no harm in pointing this out. Does anyone actually get excited about this? I mean, I'm all for patching The Sims so that my virtual av
5Street is another dance MMO released by Snail Game a while back. It was released in South East Asia before coming over to the US. Even then its not widely known and definitely not popular. I'm amazed that the US version is still in service because I rarely see anyone on it. Even before I start that, what the hell? There's 4 English versions of the game. The US, Singapore, Malaysia, and Philippines. Apparently they couldn't just do "English" or "SEA". They had to break down each one. No wonder they don't have any players on the US version. With each patch they also add in a bunch of nonsense, but the patches contain large amounts of content and huge changes to the overall game. When they update, they don't screw around.
Your player is recruited by some stalker agent who believes you have the skills as a street dancer/performer. That's it. No other story for the game.
The graphics of the game is fairly decent. Character customization is very present especially in the initial creation. The problem is after the initial, you can't change it any more. You better make it count. The backgrounds are very bland and simplistic for the most part. T
Contrary to popular belief, there are more people in Europe and North America playing Free-2-play titles than there are playing so called, "Triple-A," P2P titles. Baffling, I know! This may have something to do with the fact that F2P titles are far more easy to access than P2P titles and there are a lot more of them. There are a lot more of them of course because the big names we associate with F2P games tend to make more of them, mainly to increase the size of their bank balances.
There is a tendency to look at F2P games and label them as money grabbing scams. In some cases, this is quite true. You can usually tell the difference between an F2P title that wants to be a game and an F2P title that simply wants to make lots of money by what they make you pay for. A lot of them now favour the idea that players buy a currency and then spend the virtual currency they have brought on a wide variety of different in-game items - from houses, to mounts, to extra bag and character slots and renames and server transfers.
Most F2P games we play in the West come directly from the East. A few years ago, this consisted of nothing more than some loose translation work (that left a lot to
- Hyuk in World of Warcraft: Mists of Pandariaposted at Jul 20, 2009 11:52 pm
Seanbaby at Cracked.com posted a hilarious article about understanding the World of warcraft using Super Mario Brothers. Although I didn't play WoW for a long term, I do have a sense that what he said are all true! Well I've noticed there are some WoW fans over this site, you might want to say something after reading this...
My award-winning “Learning with Super Mario Brothers” system has helped thousands of children get their plumbing and pizza-making degrees, and is the leading cause of turtle extinction. You’re welcome. Now the power of this educational program can be used to achieve something that was at one time impossible: understanding World of Warcraft.
You might be asking, “How can one video game help explain another?” If you are, please turn to section )*) to kiss my learning program on the ass and butthole. Everyone else, let’s continue.
WoW isn’t like other nerd things. You can theoretically never see Star Wars, but during your everyday life you’ll pick up a basic understanding of what a Chewbacca is. However, if you never played World of Warcraft, listening to someone talk about it sounds like senseless and frigh
During my gaming years, i came across different guilds and members, i joined a few to explore more of the games as well as making friends. IThe very latest guild i have is Harvest Moon since i was playing Neo Steam with them, they are great and helped me during my gameplay session.
The one that i have been in until now since 2007 is ReBorn, i guess most of the players who played Perfect World, Rohan Online and RunesOfMagic will hear about us. They are the international gaming guild with its headquarter located in SG. I met them during my Rohan Online years and it is really fun with WuDi as the leading leader that time, i still remember the very time when we are fighting against the Vietnamese guild (I forget the name of the guild). We coordinated very well with the Ventrilo system and tried our best, but in the end we lost due to the quantity of the people. It been a fun experience and now we are pretty scattered, partly is because of the mmos, it did not interested us as much as it used to be anymore.
I also been having a guild which been with me playing a lot of different games ranging from mmorpgs, mmos, xbox360, ps2 and many more. I myself is actually a online player as i don't
On a side note, I got accepted into the Dungeon and Figher Onine closed beta. Hopefully I will have time to play during their limited hours.
One of the things that I hate the most nowadays is how different game companies target demographics that they aren't exactly sure of themselves. They ignore what appeals to others in order to satisfy what they want. This trend is just growing and growing. It use to just be standard offline games, but its slowly expanding to online games and some of these game companies dare to say that they know you better than you know yourself. This proves wrong with their marketing results.
The PS3 is probably the worst performing console of the generation so far. It lacked great launch titles like the other consoles for starters and since its release it wasn't performing as well. However, it is still the Playstation. This means they expect a large of number of action/platformer games and RPGs specifically the Japanese RPGs such as Final Fantasy and Star Ocean. Instead of doing this, developers went to the Xbox 360 with their RPGs. Chances are if you bought a PS3 you bought it for things that were big on the PS2 such as Gran Turismo, Star Ocean, o
Article originally from: mmohut.com
Honestly, I think the free to play MMORPG game market is growing way too fast. It seems like every month a n ambitious new game publisher opens its doors for the first time in hopes of making it big in a market overflowing with MMORPGs. Companies like Aeria Games that have multiple successful titles like Last Chaos, Twelve Sky and Shaiya are making money hand over fist in the lucrative micro-transaction based business, but other smaller companies like Uforia who only publish smaller less known games like Red War, Three Kingdoms and Nostale are in risk of going bankrupt. The fact is, there are far more online games out there than the amount of players needed to make them all profitable. What this means is that some of these free MMORPG publishers are doomed to failure.
Now, I bet a lot of readers are thinking, “where are the facts? The numbers?”, Well I don’t have any numbers in front of me, but I can say from firsthand experience that a LOT of MMORPG games are deserted. Stone Age 2 for example, only has a handful of players online at any given time. A HANDFUL of
Well for the last week now I have been around looking at stuff all over the internet and now feel I want to post something thats been a bit bugging me for a while now and might as well open this like a discussion. With that said the topic on hand is about MMO games like WoW, AoC, WAR, FF XI, Runes of Magic, ect. free to play and pay to play or buy to play alike. The blog statment here is gonan be my viewpoint on it and to give an idea how I am looking at things, but for the people who will post thier opions there are some rules I am throwing out here becasue alot of this site is already full of trash comments with probly only the intent to make people mad or just to be an a-hole.
1- No wow clone, UO clone or whatever clone statment if you do want to talk about how something like like a clone of a game be consturctive.
2- No bashing anyone who might comment to like a game you don't everyone has the right to like what they like.
3- Overall constructive critisim no cheap shots or underthe belt blows if your gonna critisce someone's game choice it's to be in a constritive manner to know where your comming from.
4- Keep it clean as possible and be respecful to eachother.
*sigh* Oh, it’s gonna be another long blog again. Lately, I read some news about what Sony decide for their game direction. Yes, Sony has mark a phenomenal success with Walkman and Playstation. But that doesn’t mean they’re invincible. I have some opinions about several statement made by representative of Sony.
We heard the news that Koei Tecmo’s CEO, Kenji Matsubara, asked Sony to cut their PS3 price,… … with “please”. Man, Koei is big developer, and has been one of my favourite co
I am basically playing F2P MMOs for like 8 years plus already, started gaming when i was only 9 years old under the influence of my elder brother. And the characteristics of MMOs and MMORPGs really changed a lot since the first time i stepped into this world. I recently realised the real gaming meaning have really disappeared through the years.
1. In-built "legal" bots and A.I
This is one thing i hate about MMOs nowadays, even though this may benefits gamers who cannot spend much time on the game and leave them to level while they are at work or busy. This occured to me very ften which whenever i try to find the person and he is afking all the way and i don't know what the meaning of him playing this game at all when he is just afking.
The game give nice names to the bot and act it as a legal one, putting the item which require to activate the bot in the item mall. Oh well, they really did it. I can name a few MMOs which did that and their income came from there as well.
The downside of bots and A.I will be lack of community communication and cooperation. This resulted in no challenge while playing the game.The player will think that since i am able to level while a
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