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  1. Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3

    There is a competitive mode in 1, I've never played it. MUA 2 was actually a lesser game of the two, it just had more characters. I just like the combination/possibilities, plus I forgot to mention the pick a side - esque storyline. Here's some summaries of the first two: MUA 1 Assemble your Super Heroes. Experience the full scale of the Marvel universe with a combined cast of more than 140 popular comic book characters. Create the ultimate Marvel dream team, from an initial roster of 20 playable Marvel Super Heroes, and unlock more as you progress. Dynamically switch team members and instantly access their unique superpowers. * Customize your team. Use a universal team upgrade system to balance your heroes' powers, or customize each member to maximize their effectiveness. Total team customization means you can outfit your heroes with a vast selection of power-boosting equipment, create a team name, team icon and team vehicle, and establish your team's reputation as the story progresses. * Change the course of the game. Control the fate of the Marvel universe. The missions you accept, the objectives completed, and how you interact with other characters throughout the game will have a direct impact on how the story plays out. * Fight in no-holds-barred combat. With dynamic combat capabilities, Super Heroes can now fight while airborne, on the ground and even submerged underwater. Experience a host of combat tactics and accessories, including grappling, charge attacks and a destructible environment, where objects such as lampposts and chairs can become dangerous weapons. * Cooperate or compete online. In addition to engaging in the epic single-player storyline, you can converge in battle, online or offline, against the world's most evil Super Villains. Switch between cooperative and competitive mode to partner or challenge up to three other players. MUA 2 * Create and customize your ultimate team. Assemble your dream team from the Marvel Universe and select from over 24 playable characters, each with specialized powers. * Cooperate with your ultimate alliance. Take full advantage of the Marvel Universe by playing Cooperative Mode with up to four friends, both online and offline. * Choose a side in Marvel's Civil War. Pick a side in the ultimate ideological rift that could yield irreparable consequences for the Super Hero community! Support the pro-registration side and defend national security, or choose to be anti-registration and fight for personal liberties. *Fight fear with fusion. Combine Super Hero powers for devastating results. Team up with Human Torch and Thor to create a spectacular fiery tornado. Over 250 unique fusions arm you with an unimaginable arsenal for unprecedented battles. * Wield next-gen superpower in fully destructible environments. Demolish and interact with everything in your path.
  2. Division Projected Starters

    From NFL.com http://www.nfl.com/news/story/0ap3000001030357/article/afc-west-projected-starters-raiders-revival-chargers-led-by-d DENVER BRONCOS KANSAS CITY CHIEFS LOS ANGELES CHARGERS OAKLAND RAIDERS Offense QB: Joe Flacco QB: Patrick Mahomes QB: Philip Rivers QB: Derek Carr RB: Phillip Lindsay RB: Damien Williams RB: Melvin Gordon RB: Josh Jacobs WR: Emmanuel Sanders WR: Sammy Watkins WR: Keenan Allen WR: Antonio Brown WR: Courtland Sutton WR: Demarcus Robinson WR: Mike Williams WR: Tyrell Williams WR: DaeSean Hamilton WR: Mecole Hardman WR: Travis Benjamin WR: Ryan Grant TE: Noah Fant TE: Travis Kelce TE: Hunter Henry TE: Darren Waller LT: Garett Bolles LT: Eric Fisher LT: Russell Okung LT: Kolton Miller LG: Ronald Leary LG: Cam Erving LG: Dan Feeney LG: Denzelle Good C: Connor McGovern C: Austin Reiter C: Mike Pouncey C: Rodney Hudson RG: Dalton Risner RG: Laurent Duvernay-Tardif RG: Michael Schofield RG: Gabe Jackson RT: Ja'Wuan James RT: Mitchell Schwartz RT: Trey Pipkins RT: Trent Brown Defense DE: Derek Wolfe DE: Frank Clark DE: Joey Bosa DE: Clelin Ferrell DT: Shelby Harris DT: Derrick Nnadi DT: Brandon Mebane DT: Maurice Hurst OLB: Von Miller DT: Chris Jones DT: Jerry Tillery DT: Justin Ellis ILB: Josey Jewell DE: Emmanuel Ogbah DE: Melvin Ingram DE: Arden Key ILB: Todd Davis OLB: Anthony Hitchens OLB: Thomas Davis OLB: Brandon Marshall OLB: Bradley Chubb MLB: Reggie Ragland MLB: Denzel Perryman MLB: Vontaze Burfict CB: Chris Harris Jr. CB: Kendall Fuller CB: Casey Hayward CB: Gareon Conley CB: Bryce Callahan CB: Bashaud Breeland CB: Trevor Williams CB: Daryl Worley CB: Isaac Yiadom CB: Charvarius Ward CB: Desmond King CB: Trayvon Mullen S: Kareem Jackson S: Tyrann Mathieu S: Derwin James S: Lamarcus Joyner S: Justin Simmons S: Juan Thornhill S: Nasir Adderley S: Johnathan Abram On paper, division should play out (IMO): Chargers Chiefs Raiders Broncos Chargers have been drafting well as of late, which angers and terrifies me. They're the divisional rival I hate the most.
  3. Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3

    So Game Stop classifies these games as "Action", IDK if there's a specific genre per se. I call it scroller action RPG. My taste in games is extremely weird. I usually love the games that people hate, and hate the games that people love. Couple of examples.. The Division. Hate it. Don't know why. Two Worlds (older game on 360). Loved it. Was a pretty crappy game in general but I loved it. Even Diablo, it's kind of meh for me, but I play it, very weird. Loves: Destiny (both) MUA (both) Borderlands (all) Army of Two (all) State of Decay (both) Sid Meier's Civilization Revolution All Lego games Modern Warfare 1&2 Black Ops 1&2 Ark Rainbow 6 Vegas (both) Madden (fallen off recently) 2K RDR NHL FIFA BF4 NCAA Tiger Woods Dante's Inferno HZD (PS4) MLB The Show (PS4) Hate/Won't Play: Division (both) Ghost Recon (all) Apex Fortnite Titanfall (both) Black Ops 3 Mass Effect SW Battlefront Modern Warfare 3 BF 1&5 Monster Hunter World Overwatch Meh: PUBG Black Ops 4 Anthem Diablo GTA Halo Halo Wars Days Gone (PS4) Warframe Smite There's a smattering of why my taste is weird, and all over the place. MUA is one of those games I can't explain as to why I love it. Maybe it's the different combos of characters you can throw together, or being able to use the anti heroes. Yes, you just play through and level up characters and abilities, there are some instances where you can unlock extra skins, or complete different tasks (kill 50 guys with attack A or whatever) to unlock the skins too. The only comparison I would make between MUA and Borderlands is that the leveling system is similar, minus the guns/looting, I mean you're leveling up your "super" ability in BL, similar to you abilities in MUA. Diablo might be the best comparison minus looting. (Did that make any sense??) The replay factor for me is just the different combos you can do with the multiple characters, and beating the campaign playing as a different main character every time.
  4. Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3

    There's my foursome...shut up and take my money
  5. Biggest talent wasted on a team.

    Ray Allen - SuperSonics Damian Lillard
  6. Destiny 2

    For those that played D1, The "secret" Outbreak Prime exotic quest is out. It's akin to the Whisper quest. There's also a quest for the nano phoenix ship.
  7. Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3

    Damnit, now I have to buy a switch. I still play 1 & 2 regularly.
  8. Name Your Franchise's Biggest Bust In The Past 10 Years

    Victor Claver 2009 Elliot Williams 2010 Nolan Smith 2011 Meyers Leonard 2012 (overshadowed by taking Dame 6th, Leonard went 11th)
  9. 2020 2 Round Mock (No Trades)

    My mistake. Pulled a Stu Gotz and read the internet wrong.
  10. 2020 2 Round Mock (No Trades)

    Draft order based on Westgate Sports Book Projected Win Totals Round 1 1. Miami Dolphins - Andrew Thomas - OT - Georgia 2. Arizona Cardinals - Chase Young - EDGE - Ohio State 3. New York Giants - Jerry Jeudy - WR - Alabama 4. Las Vegas Raiders - Tua Tagovailoa - QB - Alabama 5. Cincinnati Bengals - Trey Adams - OT - Washington 6. Washington Redskins - Bryce Hall - CB - Virginia 7. Tampa Bay Buccaneers - Justin Herbert - QB - Oregon 8. Detroit Lions - AJ Epenesa - EDGE - Iowa 9. Buffalo Bills - Laviska Shenault - WR - Colorado 10. Denver Broncos - Grant Delpit - S - LSU 11. New York Jets - Kristian Fulton - CB - LSU 12. Tennessee Titans - Albert Okwuegbunam - TE - Missouri 13. Jacksonville Jaguars - CeeDee Lamb - WR - Oklahoma 14. Carolina Panthers - Javon Kinlaw - DT - South Carolina 15. San Francisco 49ers - Paulson Adebo - CB - Stanford 16. Houston Texans - Kenny Willekes - EDGE - Michigan State 17. Atlanta Falcons - Jonathan Taylor - RB - Wisconsin 18. Seattle Seahawks - Calvin Throckmorton - OT - Oregon 19. Baltimore Ravens - Dylan Moses - ILB - Alabama 20. Dallas Cowboys - Jalen Reagor - WR - TCU 21. Minnesota Vikings - Yetur Gross-Matos - EDGE - Penn State 22. Pittsburgh Steelers - Walker Little - OT - Stanford 23. Green Bay Packers - Tee Higgins - WR - Clemson 24. Las Vegas Raiders (via CHI) - Raekwon Davis - DT - Alabama 25. Cleveland Browns - Alaric Jackson - OT - Iowa 26. Los Angeles Chargers - Jake Fromm - QB - Georgia 27. Indianapolis Colts - Derrick Brown - DT - Auburn 28. Philadelphia Eagles - Tyler Biadasz - OC - Wisconsin 29. Los Angeles Rams - Essang Bassey - CB - Wake Forest 30. Seattle Seahawks (via KC) - CJ Henderson - CB - Florida 31. New Orleans Saints - Evan Weaver - ILB - California 32. New England Patriots - Trevon Diggs - CB - Alabama Round 2 33. Miami Dolphins - Alohi Gilman - S - Notre Dame 34. Arizona Cardinals - Trey Smith - OT - Tennessee 35. New York Giants - Troy Dye - ILB - Oregon 36. Chicago Bears (via LV) - Tristan Wirfs - OT - Iowa 37. Cincinnati Bengals - Collin Johnson - WR - Texas 38. Indianapolis Colts (via WAS) - Michael Divinity - EDGE - LSU 39. Tampa Bay Buccaneers - Bryan Edwards - WR - South Carolina 40. Detroit Lions - KJ Costello - QB - Stanford 41. Buffalo Bills - Isaiah Simmons - S - Clemson 42. Denver Broncos - Nick Harris - OC - Washington 43. New York Jets - Julian Okwara - EDGE - Notre Dame 44. Tennessee Titans - Travis Etienne - RB - Clemson 45. Jacksonville Jaguars - David Woodward - SLB - Utah State 46. Carolina Panthers - Colby Parkinson - TE - Stanford 47. Kansas City Chiefs (via SF) - Grant Calcaterra - TE - Oklahoma 48. Houston Texans - Ke'Shawn Vaughn - RB - Vanderbilt 49. Atlanta Falcons - Paddy Fisher - ILB - Northwestern 50. Seattle Seahawks - D'Andre Swift - RB - Georgia 51. Baltimore Ravens - Jaylon Johnson - CB - Utah 52. Dallas Cowboys - JR Reed - S - Georgia 53. Minnesota Vikings - Nick Coe - DT - Auburn 54. Pittsburgh Steelers - Henry Ruggs - WR - Alabama 55. Green Bay Packers - JK Dobbins - RB - Ohio State 56. Chicago Bears - Tommy Kraemer - OG - Notre Dame 57. Cleveland Browns - Mustafa Johnson - DT - Colorado 58. Los Angeles Chargers - Ben Cleveland - OG - Georgia 59. Indianapolis Colts - Ty Johnson - WR - Minnesota 60. Philadelphia Eagles - Curtis Weaver - EDGE - Boise State 61. Los Angeles Rams - Shane Lemieux - OG - Oregon 62. Kansas City Chiefs - Shyheim Carter - CB - Alabama 63. Miami Dolphins (via NO) - Donovan Peoples-Jones - WR - Michigan 64. New England Patriots - Richie Grant - S - UCF
  11. Madden 19

    Fingers crossed, unfortunately due to EA's consistent track record, I'll believe it when I see it.
  12. Borderlands 3

    Yes, Friday the 13th release!!!!!! Pre-ordered the Super Deluxe Edition, but am questioning if I should reduce to a regular edition. Haven't been excited for a sequel of a game in a couple of years, hopefully this doesn't disappoint.
  13. Days Gone

    Horizon Zero Dawn
  14. Worst 2 Rounder You'll Ever See (No Trades)

    You were saying?