LegendaryLonewolf

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Just a gamer that enjoys his games. Mainly into RPG's and fighters.

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18 total comments in 13 stories.

  • Does that work? I mean I don't know how to edit the video on this site. Apr 26, 2011
  • Sweet! The game is a lot of fun too. Mar 24, 2011
  • DAAAAMN!!! Giannas dome is HUGE!!! LMFAO!!! Mar 16, 2011
  • Great job Pinky. Keep on doing your thing girl. Mar 10, 2011
  • @ Iori Harley Daniels - Is more of the tank in the game. He is also the slowest... Mar 5, 2011
  • Tried to put pics up but I couldn't figure out the coding for it. Sorry ^_^ Mar 5, 2011
  • O_O!!! Is this official or photoshopped? Mar 5, 2011
  • Firmly agree. When I played the game I was instantly hooked. Easily one of the b... Feb 21, 2011
  • I'll admit that I never got into playing the Guitar Hero series or the True Crim... Feb 10, 2011
  • Just a guide? What a tease. >.> Feb 9, 2011
 
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Console News and Update

By: LegendaryLonewolf May 18, 2011 | 196 Views | 4 Comments

On the latest articles of IGN by Daniel Krupa:

PSN PASSWORD RESET EXPLOITED

Early reports suggest that Sony's request for PlayStation Network users to reset their passwords could have inadvertently exposed the network to a new set of attacks.

The exploit allows hackers to change user passwords via the PSN password reset page, using just two pieces of information -- a PSN account email address and a date of birth -- both of which could have been obtained in the original breach.

The exploit was initially reported by Nyleveia, but the story has since been confirmed by Eurogamer, who claim to have seen video evidence corroborating Nyleveia's claims.

As a consequence, the PSN sign-in is currently down on a number of Sony's sites.

Update: Sony has commented on the situation. In a post on the official PlayStation Blog, Sr. Director of Corporate Communications and Social Media Patrick Seybold noted: "We temporarily took down the PSN and Qriocity password reset page. Contrary to some reports, there was no hack involved. In the process of resetting of passwords there was a URL exploit that we have subsequently fixed." Seybold encourages consumers to reset their passwords directly on their PS3s if they haven't done so already.

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Mortal Kombat : Babality

By: LegendaryLonewolf Apr 24, 2011 | 439 Views | 8 Comments

A video I made just for fun. I don't have a PS3 so I didn't post anything on Kratos.

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What? No Guilty Gear?

By: LegendaryLonewolf Apr 7, 2011 | 342 Views | 3 Comments

On the latest interview with Daisuki Ishiwatari and Toshimichi Mori of Arc System Works, they speak about Guilty Gear and what the future holds for the company.

 

In a fairly large interview with Eurogamer, Daisuki Ishiwatari and Toshimichi Mori of Arc System Works spoke of their company's recent efforts and what we can expect from the m and their IPs in the near future. Sadly, that future is very bleak for fans of Guilty Gear, as they said point-blank that seeing another entry in the series anytime soon is unlikely. When asked the question "What ever happened to Guilty Gear? Why did you stop making it?", Ishiwatari responded "Guilty Gear got too hardcore for some people, so we wanted to reset the level of entrance. BlazBlue was the answer to it. Also, the generation of Guilty Gear players has become a certain age – maybe a little bit too old for playing games. So making that reset brings in a new generation of fighting game players. Then they will be with us for the next few years." The interview itself holds a lot more information that doesn't necessarily pertain to Guilty Gear, and is a pretty good read.

 

Check out the interview on the link below.

http://www.eurogamer.net/articles/2011-03-16-the-arc-of-fighting-interview?page=2

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Hard Corps Uprising review

By: LegendaryLonewolf Mar 5, 2011 | 686 Views | 7 Comments

Hard Corps : Uprising... the review O_o

Story:

In 2613, the world is now ruled by an empire known as the Commonwealth under the reign of Tiberius. Neighboring nations have suffered under the Commonwealth's oppression and Resistance Forces rise across the land. However, so many Resistance Fighters have fallen to the overwhelming might of the empire, that their strength is now severely diminished. A group of elite soldiers rise through the ranks of the Resistance and band together to execute a desperate plan. The leader of this group is the war hero Bahamut.

Characters:

Bahamut - Once a soldier of the Commonwealth army, he turned on his comrades after witnessing an imperial squad execute innocent people. He shares his name with the antagonist from Contra: Hard Corps, but the producers have said it could also be a different Bahamut.

Krystal - A woman with seemingly no previous combat experience. However, after her hometown is attacked by imperial forces, she decides to join Bahamut.

Harley Daniels - A bike-riding soldier sporting an extreme pompadour hairstyle. DLC

Sayuri - A samurai who wears a kimono and sugegasa. DLC

Gameplay:

Uprising features two main game modes, Rising and Arcade. In Rising Mode, players can collect points throughout levels which are then used to purchase various upgrades and customizations for weapons, armor and character abilities. Rising Mode also features a health bar, similar to the Japanese version of Contra: Hard Corps, allowing the player to take more than one hit before losing a life. Arcade Mode is a harder game mode in which the power-up shops are removed.

Many new moves have been added. The character can dash, dash in mid-air, double-jump and deflect enemy projectiles by bouncing them back. Additional moves can also be purchased in Rising Mode.

Weapons include the standard rifle, the machine gun, the spread shot, the crush gun (shoots arcing grenades), the heat gun (shoots large blasts of fire) and the chain laser (homes in on enemy targets). As in Contra III: The Alien Wars, the player can carry two weapons and switch between them at any time. By collecting the same weapon several times the player will improve its firing rate and power. Other weapon upgrades are available in Rising Mode as well. 

Pros:

The game is beautifully done by Arc Systems Works (Creators of Guilty Gear) so expect nothing but an anime style of destruction and of course the super upgraded gameplay thanks to Rising Mode system which gives hours and hours of extra gameplay. 

Cons:

Cheap and easy deaths. That would be my only concern in this game since you will actually have to know the stages in order to do good in them. Especially if your online and your going up a platform just make sure you don't fall or take a hit that allows you to fall.

Buy it! If you are a Contra fan and have been waiting for a Contra style game then here it is with the difficulty. ENJOY

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Resident Evil 5 - Lost in Nightmares / co-op play with MilkyPink

By: LegendaryLonewolf Feb 8, 2011 | 343 Views | 16 Comments

I have my own YouTube account and decided to post up a playthrough of playing Resident Evil 5. Myself and "MilkyPink" playthrough the Lost in Nightmare DLC. Join us on our adventure through the mansion.

Let me know what you guys think.

 

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