• Stabby_Joe - September 27, 2012 6:52 a.m.

    Loved Tom debating why Alec Mason is a badass haha. QOTW: Feudal Japan, which has been done in the strategy genre but a grounded action game (so no anime OTT powers either) where you can use complex sword fighting within large scale battles and castle sieges. Yet despite being more realistic, the setting and style would avoid the muddy browns and rusty greys being significantly more colourful with lush landscapes and bright armor.
  • wadesmit - September 27, 2012 7:37 a.m.

    Tom (Not-Grimm) was also hilarious when his hatred of everything stopped him from remembering the word "lollipop" xD
  • SunniDee - September 27, 2012 11:16 a.m.

    I would personally like to see more Cold War era games. The cold war was a lot of secert espionage that invovled conspiracies cover-up and whatnots. So, you could go with a stealth game like the Tom Clancy games. Also, in that time period you could add in battles throughout the era like the Korean or Vietnam War to have some action it in. It should also span multiple time periods with an overall plot twist to connect all the events together.
  • BladedFalcon - September 27, 2012 3:30 p.m.

    Aw, I liked having Radioradar be on Wednesdays ): Though I suppose I am one of the few...
  • KillerT0fu - October 2, 2012 2:26 p.m.

    Samurai's dammit! And not hack n' slack Dynasty Warriors 17. More realistic one on one, single move duels, and pre-industrial Japan exploration, like the real samurai's use to do. And haiku's and Kanji art. And geisha's.
  • TigersEye85 - October 3, 2012 10:53 a.m.

    QotW: I am surprised that the early origins of man have not been very well explored. Imagine Bethesda creating an Elder Scrolls open-world adventure where you play as a caveman emerging from his cave and venturing out into a wild untamed world. Instead of dragons you would encounter dinosaurs, discover fire, domesticate mammoths, war with other paleolithic tribes, fall in love by clubbing a potential spouse in the head and dragging them back to your cave! DLC potential too! Travel through time by becoming frozen in ice and experience important parts in homo sapien development such as helping to write the Hammurabi law, creating the Rosetta Stone, helping aliens build stone henge, becoming the spokes person for an insurance company. There's a lot of potential in our hairy ancestors...and be honest, who wouldn't want to mount a mammoth and rampage it into a small village?

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