Monday, July 6, 2009

Episode 10

Well, we've been talking about this one for months, and it's finally here.

There are only four words that can sum the episode up:

Who you gonna call?


ACFTM said...

This was much more fun to watch than the Street Fighter IV episode. I also prefer games to have a jump button, especially if a lot of objects can get in my way. And I agree that it sucks how so many games now do not provide 2-player co-op. I don't get why developers won't just have that option available for people who want it. There are still some co-op games around, though, like Dynasty Warriors, Culdcept Saga, that Trauma Center game for the Wii. The new one better have it, too =P And "reverse" dating sims would sell to people like me, lol.
And Brent can't be old, 'cuz he's the same age as my boyfriend (unless you're lying about your age on Facebook). =P

I don't know if it's been fixed, but two days ago I tried to download the HQ version of this episode and got the error "Source file could not be read".

ACFTM said...

I also forgot to mention another co-op game, although I heard it sucks: Onechanbara: Bikini Zombie Slayers.

Oh, and Conan isn't a bad movie that's awesome -- it's just awesome, lol. =P

Adam said...

Yeah, sorry about the High Quality episode. I've been having some troubles uploading the High Quality version of Episode 10 to our new web hosts (Did I mention we have new hosting?). This is probably due to the fact that it's more than 2GB in size. It's the High Quality version for a reason.

In any event, I uploaded it to my personal space for the time being. The problem is that my personal web space is very limited in bandwidth, and a 2GB file can eat that up pretty quick. The file should be available again on the 15th or 16th of July. I'm hoping by then that I can get it uploaded to the new host, with much more bandwidth. I'll keep you posted.

Adam said...

Ok, the High Quality version has officially been uploaded to the new host, so it should now be accessible.

Jade said...

Do you guys have an email? We'll guess I'll post this here. I'm the guy you met at the last Anime Round Table recording that was talking to you about Street Fighter. I thought you might find this interesting.

Apparently Capcom has admitted that Seth and Sagat are slightly more powerful then expected. This is the first time I remember a fighting game producer admit to an imbalance in the game (Though any reasonable person would admit their has to be imbalances due to the asymmetrical nature of fighting games).

From what I can gather Capcom is talking about casual play and not tournament level play though. As most people will admit Seth does not appear to be overpowered at all in higher level play in the game. (While Sagat is top tier in nearly all ranking lists. The one eye beasts power carries through casual and tournament level play)

Ohh, and the "my first street fighter" uppercut shortcut.