Burn dudes -> Raise dead -> Burn more dudes -> Raise dead.


True story: this game is actually what got my brother-in-law to actually like me. Before we bonded over video games I'm pretty sure he just saw me as some guy who married his sister. :P


The nice thing about this game is that you can play as a group on some songs and all have your own part. I am still more of a fan of the 2nd one.


I stil think 2 is better than 3. I like the songs and the format of the game. I also like how you can see your score so you know how close or far you are from the crown.


I remember really enjoying this game. Of course, I was a big fan of the cartoon, so I was a bit biased. Now that I think about it, it was very similar to Mario Bros 2, in that you pick up items (generally boxes) and throw them at enemies. Fun game :)


Taking a break from programming to play Borderlands. First time I am playing since I beat it and it asked me which play through to load.

Awesome it lets you jump between them. Starting out play through 2.


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I forgot to write about the free agency period before the draft. As you're scouting college players, you also have the opportunity to sign free agents during the off season. These players have been cut from other teams, sometimes because they're not good enough to play, sometimes because they want more money than their team can pay. If you want to grab a good free agent, get them when they're first available. The good ones go quickly, and are expensive. (I'll usually get 2 free agents max, sometimes none at all).


The original Tetris for NES, (the one that Nintendo pulled from the shelves so they could replace it with their own stupid version) really rocked. It was just like the coin op game, and you could play against another person which I loved. The one NES put out was single player only, which can be fun, but lacks the adrenaline of the original.


"My sister" owned this game, but I admit, I played it plenty as well.

The gameplay was terrible, and we didn't own the manual (I'm not actually sure how we got the game now that I think about it...). It was pretty much an impossible game, but that didn't stop me from trying!


I sunk multiple 80+ hour play through's on the original for the PS one, so when I heard they were re-releasing it on the PSP with added content and multiplayer I was sold. I actually got a PSP specifically to play this game. My room mate at the time also got it and we spent way too many hours playing the co-op missions over and over again trying to get the new gear that only drops from the new missions. The new content is actually really fun and really challenging. I just wish the PSP let you play over the internet so I could play this more often with other people.


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