Feedback: New Capcom Games & Viewer Question Time!

Posted: April 21, 2010
Feedback: New Capcom Games & Viewer Question Time!
This week's Feedback features new info about Marvel vs. Capcom 3, Dead Rising 2, Ghost Trick, and Okamiden. We also devote way more time than usual on viewer questions...did we pick yours?

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  • Skithee

    Damn. I wish I would watch these shows on time. Just watched the soapbox, commented, then watched this, and 'LO! Comments about Ebert. Also, my completely off-the-cuff Superman idea. Something World Builder-ish. Or, take superman off of Earth/Bring something equivalent to Superman to Earth.

    Posted: April 22, 2010 8:23 AM
  • atari05

    FACT - On the main page, Abbie's hair looks to be giving Ryu a mustache.

    Posted: April 22, 2010 6:57 AM
  • ceedz

    I would like to see that list, in the last year i bought all 5 star PS3 games to help support Sony's exclusiveness and a couple third party. Adam you rate'm, I'll buy'm!!! I am unemployed and waiting for my copy of Red Dead Redemption. And don't tell Sony to make more freakin games, they can keep making better games. Quality over quantity, buying games is like buying Bud's. You get what you pay for. SUCK IT XBOTS!!!! PS3 isn't about having the most, its about having the best. Sure I might of paid more for Sony's console, but WIITARDS wasted money on no hi def and batteries, xbots wasted money for every thing that PS3 gives you i.e. built in wifi, hdmi, 2 or 3 more consoles, and playing online with friends. Microsoft only has one good thing going for it MS Word for Mac. LOL

    Posted: April 22, 2010 6:46 AM
  • Meatball_Mamba

    The DSi XL is indeed awesome as all hell. I love mine, and I'm glad I wound up biting the bullet and purchasing one after much umming and ahing. I particularly appreciate it after having rolled with a launch DS Phat for 5 or 6 years now.

    Posted: April 22, 2010 5:51 AM
  • RoseyJohn1

    I wish they would've mentioned inFamous in their list of open world games while discussing Antagonists. I thought the story line and Protagonist/Antagonist of inFamous were incredible and as such in an open world game is a rarity and worth mention.

    On a completely different note, I love every time Klepeck mentions BonerJam. It makes me laugh every time. The timing is perfect to keep it from being over played.

    Patrick, how did you land such a sweet job at your age? I'm 25 and finished college almost 2 years ago. The job market sucks. You just got back from Hawaii and you work in the video game industry and along side the greats! *jealous*

    Keep up the good work everyone!

    Posted: April 22, 2010 5:49 AM
  • shinichimaru

    i just hope they kinda change it up a little..would be kinda lame if someone could jump right in with an iron man infinite -_-

    Posted: April 22, 2010 3:34 AM
  • shinichimaru

    i just hope they kinda change it up a little..would be kinda lame if someone could jump right in with an iron man infinite -_-

    Posted: April 22, 2010 3:31 AM
  • Princess_Cowboy

    Who else wants to see Adam play "Just Dance"? Where is my poll where I can have users vote on the song? Are we feeling "Groove is in the Heart" or "I like to Move It"?

    Posted: April 22, 2010 2:06 AM
  • clos22

    as expected, great feedback as always. Keep up the good work!

    Posted: April 22, 2010 1:57 AM
  • Gaff

    Thanks for using my question with regards to Brink and multi-player / single-player.

    To elaborate slightly, I am 31 and my friend is 23, and I know him from my old WoW guild (which I imagine could be considered creepy depending on your opinion of WoW - I know that's one of Adam's favourite games).

    When I linked him the video tonight he wanted to add that he doesn't really refuse to play single-player-only games, but he won't pay full-price for them. A case in point is Mass Effect 2, which I have told him is amazing (he's finished ME1) but since it has no multi-player he won't shell out $50 for it and is waiting for it to be on sale on Steam or somewhere else.

    I've already told him that it's his loss.

    Really enjoyed this Feedback, not only because I got mentioned in it.

    Posted: April 22, 2010 1:26 AM
  • Jeespot

    good discussion this week! adam as always the wisdom guru, sterling the sarcastic genius, patrick the lively informative jokester, and abbie not only with the prettiest eyes and smile but the coolest gamer i've seen, keep it up! I may add by the way that you may have to compete with a webcast and radio show that a few of us at University of Illinois "enginerds" are going to be doing pretty soon...

    Posted: April 22, 2010 12:49 AM
  • Suby1

    Is this video broken or is it just me? I get to the word Ferrari every time and the video freezes.

    Posted: April 22, 2010 12:37 AM
  • Gaius Marius

    I really wish I knew people that I could have an intelligent, weekly round-table discussion w/ about video games. It's perfectly acceptable to have an open discussion about sports out in the open, but mentioning video games instantly relegates you to a perceived level of immaturity. Feedback is like a shining tower of hope for how the world will be in the future (in terms of video games gaining an accepted status as an entertainment media worthy of intelligent discussion) . Thank you feedback crew. Thank you for giving me the hope of a brighter future for video game culture and American culture as a whole.

    Posted: April 22, 2010 12:06 AM
  • hypra

    look how awesome feedback has become. I've been watching since nightcap. Back then; i was happy to just have a video that was longer then 10 minutes that talked about video games. being a college student, having time to watch TV or skim through websites for video game news isnt an option. Im glad feedback hasn't disappeared (like so many other webcast shows) for it is the only way i can tap into the current gaming climate. i havnt had the time to sit and play videogames in years, as a hardcore gamer without games; feedback is my only "fix"

    thanks G4 and thanks feedback

    Posted: April 22, 2010 12:02 AM
  • V_Translanka

    Games are (/can be?) the ultimate form of functional art & interactive storytelling.

    Posted: April 21, 2010 11:46 PM
  • that1guy37


    Rather than making a game where you play as the invincible Superman fighting waves of villains, why not make a game where you play as waves of villains trying to take down Superman? It would still be Superman's story, just told from the villain perspective. Particularly from the grunts. Levels would mainly be you continuously responding to fight the man of steel in various ways. Set ridiculous traps and outrageous schemes and see how long you can last. Special moments in the game would include you playing as some of the big name villains and even as the indestructible man himself. The contrast from being a lowly grunt to playing f-ing SUPERMAN will be so massive, that it will create a since of scale character wise. Thus, Superman will be awesome! This format would much better than getting board of being overpowered as Superman or falling back on the Metriod/ God of War plot set up. And hey, maybe a game like this will inspire videogames as a whole to breakout of the established cinematic story structure. News flash: YOUR A NEW TYPE O' MEDIA, ACT LIKE IT!

    ----Your friend, that1guy37

    Posted: April 21, 2010 11:33 PM
  • Serafin

    I <3 Feedback!

    Did anyone else notice Casey Schreiner (from the MMO Report @ 23:47? XD

    Posted: April 21, 2010 11:14 PM
  • Crock-a-duck Enthusiast

    Another fine show guys and great choices for the batch of questions.

    Posted: April 21, 2010 10:55 PM
  • DKBomber13

    My favorite boss battle in a game to date is probably Metal Gear Solid 4. The whole bout was fascinating and fun. It really felt like these two were equally matched and were fighting for their lives. To me it was the perfect ending between Liquid and Snake. Anyway, i also have a question/comment. Why do games always have to have a sequel? I know it'll make money cause the first one was successful and all, but I think it kinda sucks. Example, Infinity Ward and Insomniac. I Love the game or two that they make, but I really want to see what else they can do. I want to see their skills put into a different/new IP. I like sequels and all, but sequels keep me from freshness. Do you all at least sort of feel that way or am I alone? I'm just kind of getting tired of playing the same games with added features.

    Posted: April 21, 2010 10:44 PM
  • Krogoth117


    I feel like it belongs to one of the Bourne Ultimatum movies...

    I blame the camera man...

    Posted: April 21, 2010 10:16 PM