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Re: I knew it would happen...
« Reply #30 on: October 10, 2004, 03:37:12 pm »

Yesterday I did read some background info about Red Alert, and the first one rules, though is very unbalanced, which takes away some of the enjoyment. Still the plot is somewhat fantastic, and has some potential movie qualities. Like most do, but they screw up every "a movie of a game", or choose the wrong games. Tomb Raider is a sucky game.

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« Reply #31 on: October 10, 2004, 10:09:48 pm »

Resident Evil games are good and the movies were also pretty good in my opinion... But I took notice of some annoying things when watching RE: Apocalypse yesterday...

1: Why do the soldiers always shoot the zombies in the chest using rapid fire even though everybody knows, they should shoot them in the head?

2: A friend is always bitten, but there is always someone who says that the friend can't be killed. When they turn around, the friend has turned into a zombie and bites the next one.

3: The zombies can only master basic coordination, but still they sneak up on you when you are alone in a completely silent basement.

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