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Patrick Klepek: Whoa, boy. Comic-Con 2009 has officially begun. Did you know there were people already lining up to check out the Twilight panel almost 48 hours before it happens? I'm the biggest Lost fanboy I know and I wouldn't arrive that early to see my series favorites. Okay, that's a lie. I probably would. Unfortunately, there's this thing called life, responsibilities and the pursuit of beer. Something has to give. But the G4 crew is ready to roll here at Comic-Con. Some of us don't know what to expect (good luck, Sterling!), some of us are already groaning (the sweat, oh the sweat), but, for better or worse, we're here. What wonders await me at day one?
Raymond Padilla: Now that Comic Con is here, I've been thinking about my favorite games based on comic-book characters. As a huge comics guy, I've been disappointed with the majority of comic-book games. However, there are some some that I've really enjoyed. The Marvel Ultimate Alliance and X-Men Legends titles come to mind. In addition to digging comics, I love action-RPGs, so these games -- despite their flaws -- totally worked for me. You bash things. You collect treasure. You bash more things. And every now and then, you bash a really big thing. It sounds dull, but getting to bash-and-loot with dozens of awesome comic-book characters makes it so much fun. It's awesome that secondary characters can be the big hero if gamers chose to play as them; Magma, Doctor Strange, Spider-Woman, and Ms. Marvel aren't going to be getting their own games any time soon, but when I play, they're the stars.
My dream super-hero game would be similar to Marvel Ultimate Alliance, but with funnier writing, an entirely difference set of characters, and hidden Oreos. If you understood that cookie quip then you know I'm talking about Justice League International. Smashing, bashing, collecting loot, and listening to all kinds of ridiculous banter from the likes of Blue Beetle, Booster Gold, Guy Gardner, and Mr. Miracle would make my decade. This game would definitely make me go all, "Bwahahahahaha!!!"
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