True. Even if it was more or less a knock-off of Half-Life 2 at times, it still had solid gameplay and a story that - if looked deeper into - was rather complex with tons of recurring time-loops...RealRT said:Every time somebody mentions Singularity it makes a puppy smile.
He does tend to either end up with typos or bad research quite often, however.RealRT said:Really, you're so much better than the first gallery guy.
Only reason I left the Portal Gun and the Gravity Gun off was that they appeared recently on our "Best Weapons" list, and I didn't think they should be able to double-dip.Auron225 said:Why no portal gun?
To be honest though, I'd love a Hookshot so bad. Simple (relatively) yet amazing.
DAMMIT. I meant 2 modes and three modes. I have to proofread better. Too much going on around here right now. Great catch, though!Bindal said:He does tend to either end up with typos or bad research quite often, however.
Here, the Splinter Cell Goggles are a good example: The entry claims that the original and sequel had only two lenses to represent the two modes - they always had three even in the original, as seen here [http://www.covergalaxy.com/xbox/Splinter%20Cell%20PAL%20COVER.jpg].
The only time the goggle DIDN'T have three lenses was in Coop and that still depended on the game.