Sum up the story you are working on in the most boring way possible.
A young woman meets the man of her dreams and they proceed to ruin as many people’s lives as possible.
A bunch of teenagers visit alternate dimensions and fight monsters. Also protag’s life is consistently tainted by alcoholics.
this one shark gets a computer virus and then gets rid of it
a girl chases a guy then catches him
lonely nerd gets bothered by stuffed toy
Being a fighting-game, there’s a bunch of stories going on at once:
- Some Canadian woman visits America after being nagged by her on-again/off-again girlfriend.
- A bunch of twenty-somethings get a sweet-ass job and proceed to completely stop caring about everything.
- Computer nerds start hating computers.
- A juggalo shoots people.
- A disinterested sergeant continues to not care about her job.
- Some street punk has daddy issues.
- On a business trip from Pakistan, a high-ranking salesman gets punched in the face.
- A cat gets out.
- An old lady tells a lot of dirty jokes.
- This one scary-looking thing wanders around for a while.
- Crazy homeless people start worshiping a fire hydrant.
Nearly a decade after its celebrated release, Marvel vs Capcom 2 is coming back in downloadable glory. The title has stayed popular in the intervening years, fetching stupidly high prices on eBay, and remains the sole reason many have their old Dreamcasts at the ready. But even the biggest Fighter Fans or Marvel Zombies could be confused about the origins of some, if not most, of the characters involved.
As a public service from your pal GamesRadar, here’s a brief bio on all 56 characters (well 55 + one alternate costume) so you’ll know what’s what for the summer rerelease. You’re welcome.
This is a cool list for seeing variety in character design, eh. Mash-ups have the strange propensity for making a bunch of completely disconnected elements look like they belong together, but that should be a useful thing to study too.
People are starting to wake up to what Sirlin’s been saying for years: fighting-games (namely Marvel) have become about degenerating the game into a one-player experience, and it’s boring as hell.