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  1. Gwynfro

    One for the Road

    Carnage is in the aftermath of the King of the Ring Quarter Finals, certainly an exciting time in BPZ's calendar with the shadows of Summerslam beginning to loom over the roster. One would ideally strive to build as much momentum as possible heading into the biggest party of the summer. However, that can't be the reality for everyone. The titantron transitions out of commercial break into a pre-taped segment. The screen remains black for a few moments before the revving sounds of a car fill the arena. The titantron slowly fades into view with a picture-esque mountainous landscape in central Europe. We see someone insert a CD into their stereo, the CD itself carrying the print of "Scorpions - Love at First Sting". The driver skips the first song, as the powerful chords of the second song begin to play. The car then revs up loudly and speeds off across the twisting and winding roads. One's that conform to the mountain's natural form, curving around it's edges at every turn. The dark green sports car eventually comes to a stop just before the top of the mountain at a lay-by. The driver pulls over and stops the car, the music cutting out as the engine stops. The driver steps out to admire the view over the cavernous mountain valleys, watching the lone cars making their way down the spiralling roads. The crowd come alive as they see that the driver is KENJI, in casual form as opposed to his usual smart suits and ties. He is wearing a dark brown leather jacket, with a mustard yellow shirt underneath, a pair of aviators, long with dark blue jeans and boot. He let's out a small sigh and sits, letting his feet dangle over the edge of the cliff face. KENJI opens a can of beer and sips it while looking over the landscape. "Well, at least I can look at views like this for the next couple of weeks.....not much else to get excited about on this tour. Opportunity is such a gift, it's a finite thing that should be treasured and capitalised on. Shame that I don't practice what I preach, because I was given a great opportunity, a small glimpse of what I've been looking for.....and I blew it.....Yet again. King of the Ring was my chance. After all the trials and tribulations, the sacrifices. That was the time, and I let it slip through my fingers". "It's my own fault really, getting so confident after finally picking up my first victory in BPZ. Do you know what my King of the Ring tournament was really for? More than proving myself, more than even getting a shot at the world champion. It was that small chance to main event Wembley Stadium. Now that is a real accomplishment. To be the lasting image of 90,000 fans in attendance. However stands tall at the end of the night is the real memory that is created from a show, more than anything else. It's a nice dream to have, isn't it? Although, lofty dreams fall from the tallest heights". "And now, well, I have the open road, my music, and a whole lot of time to kill in Europe before we head on back to the States. You know, speaking of countries and all, there is someone that has a particular love for his that is still a thorn in my side. Although he seems oh--so proud of his beloved Italy, and allegedly "Uniting" the nations, Brad...or Angelo....or whatever his scatter-brained mind wants to be called is very quick to speak down about mine, throwing out slurs like it's going out of style. Your beatdowns hurt like hell, but you really need to get a better grasp of your vocabulary, it's pretty pathetic nowadays to be honest". "But let me make myself perfectly clear, my qualms is only with you, Brad. I like to stay professional and honourable, but now I see that what needs to be done, some cold, hard facts. A reality check, if you will. For both you and me. You are the leech upon this company that needs to be purged away. A tired, broken and senile old man that came limping out of retirement to relive his underwhelming and disappointing career. Your potential is all gone, dried up like desert sands. Failure upon failure, they pile up quickly don't they. Never being seen as a the credible wrestler you wanted to be. "The problem is, on my current path, I can see myself shrivelling up into a bitter and broken man just like you. Lashing out at the world rather than accepting the fact that he was. Not. Good. Enough. You could never get the job done, and now you're taking every small morsel while you still can. Sapping away at the business like it's your life support. I can't let myself become the failure that you are. Because if I did, someday, a hopeful young wrestler would come up to me and say how I was an inspiration to them, only to find out the grizzly truth that I was not the emblematic symbol of wrestling honour. That I was some washed up has-been, forever clawing at dreams that never came true. All the while latching onto those with genuine potential like Aaron North, twisting him into whatever persona he is nowadays, and coat-tailing off of the real veterans like Joh and Monda. Trying to have their goodwill and grace rub off onto you, to cover the sickly decay that lies beneath. All while tormenting those youthful prospects that hold the same potential that I once had". "You can beat me down, spit vulgarities at me, you can even beat me in the ring. But I will never let myself drop to your troglodyte level. I see my dark future in you, and I will move mountains to prevent it becoming a reality. So I hope you only the most unfortunate time in your Number one Contenders Match at Wembley Stadium. Make sure to grab a cold one for the road once you leave the UK. It's going to be a long fight between us when it happens. I'm coming to put an end to the parasite that I once admired". KENJI downs the rest of his beer before stepping back into his car, the tones of The Scorpions ringing out into the valley again as the engine starts up, speeding off down the road as the segment ends.
  2. Gwynfro

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    Commander Shepard (Mass Effect) vs Steve (Minecraft) Cloud Strife (Final Fantasy) vs Abe (Oddworld) Kasumi (Dead or Alive) vs Sweet Tooth (Twisted Metal) Ezio Auditore (Assassins Creed) vs Vault Boy (Fallout) Blinx the Time Sweeper vs Sora (Kingdom Hearts) Marth (Fire Emblem) vs Geralt of Rivia (The Witcher) Master Chief (Halo) vs Kirby Duke Nukem vs Jin Kazama (Tekken) Gordon Freeman (Half-Life) vs Scorpion (Mortal Kombat) Ryu Hayabusa (Ninja Gaiden) vs Kratos Samus Aran (Metroid) vs Pikachu Solid Snake vs Bomberman Jak & Dexter vs Ratchet & Clank Monokuma (Danganronpa) vs Spyro the Dragon Pac-Man vs Rayman Shantae vs Clementine Captain Falcon vs Tony Hawk John Marston vs Doomguy Simon Belmont (Castlevania) vs Lara Croft Agent 47 (Hitman) vs Rico Rodriguez (Just Cause) Earthworm Jim vs Jill Valentine (Resident Evil) Conker the Squirrel vs Dante (Devil May Cry) Slime (Dragon Quest) vs Nathan Drake (Uncharted) Sly Cooper vs Banjo-Kazooie B.D Joe (Crazy Taxi) vs Sackboy (LittleBigPlanet) Frank West (Dead Rising) vs Sonic the Hedgehog Morrigan Aensland vs Crash Bandicoot Donkey Kong vs Mai Shiranui Mario vs Max Payne Mega Man vs Link Bubsy vs Marcus Fenix GLaDOS vs Chun-Li
  3. Time to tackle the big one, the WWE Championship. One of the most storied and historically relevant championships in the wrestling world, only the cream of the crop can think to win the WWE Championship. Currently, it can only conceivably be held by Smackdown's best and brightest names to lead the show, especially with their move to a different network. So, avoiding any Wild Card chicanery from RAW, lets have a look at some superstars who could, and a few who I think should be in the running to win the WWE Championship. Daniel Bryan Having had arguably the most engaging WWE Championship reign of the last few years up until Wrestlemania 35, Daniel Bryan is certainly one of Smackdown's top stars for in-ring talent, and in the character department. Having defied the natural babyface role set out for him on his long-awaited return, Bryan's talent and creativity managed to forego all of his fan adoration and channel it into that of a self-righteous, virtue-signalling heel. Resonating with the modern WWE audience, Bryan still holds some decent momentum despite now being lower on the card as Tag Team Champion. I'd say that a possible fifth WWE Championship reign for Daniel Bryan is all down to how heathy and able Bryan's physicality is. He has definitely made strides to preserve his self life in the ring quite drastically, reverting back to his Ring of Honor days with a more grounded grappling style. However, given his previous years of performing his high octane, risky style, we still don't know when the next bump might be his last. Hopefully, Bryan does have another title run in him. It's quite fortunate that he is involved in a tag team so far in this regard, as he won't need to exert himself to the level of a main event singles star while he is away from the main event scene. However, looking up and down the current Smackdown roster and who they have challenging for the title, they are a little bit light on the really big stars of the company. While he will likely be staying away from the main event for a good few months, Bryan's established stardom is going to be integral to the brand's direction heading into the FOX era. So don't be surprised if we see Bryan in an extended program for the title within the year. Kevin Owens Although, speaking of established stars, Kevin Owens is the master of generating his own heat. Currently riding a massive wave of momentum following his face turn and subsequent pipebomb on the current state of the product which rings true with a multitude of fan frustrations, Owens is in prime position to advance back up the card. The main thing holding Kevin Owens back is his less than stellar booking in the past. Having a mediocre Universal Championship reign due to factors outside of his control (Balor's Injury, RAW's lack of main event stars and creative booking, Goldberg etc.). He would then be embroiled in holding the hot potato that was the United States Championship before feuding with the ever-infuriating Shane McMahon and allying with Sami Zayn. Owens' luck with the WWE Championship hasn't gone well for him, falling into the same category of Shinsuke Nakamura and Samoa Joe, of having several challenges (many of which consecutive in an extended feud), only to fall short on every occasion (Royal Rumble 2018, Fastlane 2018, Fastlane 2019, Money in the Bank 2019). This combined with his unfortunate stigma of putting over the other star, as we saw in his brutal deaths at the hands of Braun Strowman in 2018, Owens hasn't been the recipient of strong booking for many years, something that if he was WWE Champion, he would need to gain, and quickly. Luckily, everything on KO's end of things were ready to take the reigns of the Blue Brand yesterday. Owens is the total package talent wise, and should be featured as a top babyface (or heel) on Smackdown. .....Shane McMahon.... It's detestable that Shane McMahon is a regular mention in conversations about the WWE Championship nowadays. Following on from his feuds with KO and Sami Zayn, up to his tag team run with The Miz, and the baffling win streak that this non-wrestler has gained in the last few months, booking logic dictates that Shane McMahon is one of the top names to be considered for a World Championship Match. I whole-heartedly disagree with any idea of Shane McMahon going anywhere near a championship, but it's an unavoidable consequence of having him start to run through the roster. Shane's in-ring style is that of a spot monkey with incredibly dodgy strikes (those damn punches will forever haunt me) and equally dodgy grappling. While his effort is apparent, and admirable, he simply should not be in the position he is in. Shane is in his late 40s, and has a finger in multiple storyline pies, making appearances on both shows. The very definition of overexposed and hogging finite air time that the bloated roster is in need of more than the Boss' son. If I had my way, Shane would not be anywhere near the ring. He should not be wrestling, let alone going over the younger, full-time talent. The man needs to drastically step down his involvement on TV, as he is possibly the worst aspect of WWE programming right now. The prospect of a timeline where Shane is the WWE Champion, winning it from Kofi Kingston is terrifying. Kingston is already in a tenuous position of needing to defeat credible main eventers. Losing to Shane of all people would grossly damage his image. Randy Orton The Viper hasn't been featured in the main event scene for quite some time, not since his.....divisive extended feud with then-champion Jinder Mahal. Since then, Orton held the United States Championship for a cup of coffee, finally making him a Grand Slam Champion. His recent programs have been mostly defined with his feud with Jeff Hardy, and his Wrestlemania match with AJ Styles. Now solidified in his much more comfortable role as a heel, Orton is probably the most likely challenger to Kofi Kingston, ready to arise in the next month for go, especially given his history with the current champion. My hesitation on Orton is that while as a heel he is infinitely more entertaining than as a babyface, he has held various world titles on so many occasions that I'm not too sure what him gaining yet another would accomplish. Orton's gimmick, demeanour and ring-work has notoriously stayed the same for over a decade, and it's very unlikely to change now. While he fills a great of an instantly credible title challenge, I don't see him winning the title. WWE needs to establish the next wave of main eventers, something that making Orton a 14-time World Champion would not achieve. His last reign was not a good or memorable one, and I'm inclined to think that a future one would ring the same tune. Andrade A star on the rise in WWE, Andrade is someone who now needs a title around his waist to capitalise on his greatness. The former La Sombra is one of WWE's strongest in-ring talents, always tearing it up on Smackdown, his matches with Rey Mysterio notably garnering near-universal praise (rightly so). Andrade is basically a superior Alberto Del Rio, without all the unprofessionalism that Del Rio had. If WWE want to have a big latin star, Andrade is the best guy you could ask for. With the big success that was his NXT run once aligned with Zelina Vega, and becoming a great NXT Champion, I don't see how he couldn't work the same as a great WWE Champion. The act of Andrade and Vega is something that just works, it clicks and brings something entertaining to the product. Also with Andrade's improvements in the english department will certainly get him in Vince's good books. He was also in the final four of the 2019 Royal Rumble, so clearly WWE hold him in at least a decent regard. While Andrade has unfortunately not gained a championship in the mid-card as of yet, I think Andrade is a ready made main event star just waiting for the right time to shine. His overwhelming positive is his in-ring work, and when he's allowed to show his talent and charisma though his ring work, Andrade has very few equals. If he were to win the WWE Championship, I think it would be a huge breath of fresh air to see an NXT star fully elevated to the main event. Also I'm sure that Kofi Kingston vs. Andrade would be an absolute banger of a match. Finn Balor The current Intercontinental Champion has definitely had his ups and downs on the main roster. Hampered with the most ill-timed shoulder injury during the first Universal Championship Match at Summerslam 2016, and not returning until after Wrestlemania. Balor's trip back to a championship has been a long and arduous journey. Through his never-ending feud with Bray Wyatt, laying down for a returning Kane, and his beef with Baron Corbin, Balor was meandering around in the midcard up until 2019, where he finally started to be booked as a star. Even that was not without fault however, as he questionably lost the Intercontinental Championship back to Bobby Lashley, only to regain it at Wrestlemania 35 as the Demon. In spite of this middling booking over the last couple years, Finn Balor remains one of WWE's most popular wrestlers in the entire roster. The fans are clamouring for Balor to rightfully return to the position he was earmarked for in 2016, as a main event champion. While WWE are still likely hesitant that he would become injured again in the process, I think Balor is most certainly in the running to win the WWE Championship once he drops the Intercontinental Championship. As a babyface champion, he can ride is existing popularity, and really spread his wings in the ring, something he excels at. Although, I think his real potential lies in a potential heel turn in the near future. As much as I despise the Wild Card Rule, Balor could act as the Smackdown leader of The Club, allying with Styles, Anderson and Gallows. Even in the event of the Wild Card Rule being given the death it deserves, Balor as a vicious heel would be some much needed freshness in Balor's character work. He has remained a babyface throughout his entire WWE run, including NXT. Sometimes, all it takes is a tweak in character, or a slight heel turn to magnify someone's momentum to the main event, and Balor's current standing is in need of that little jolt in the right direction. One advantage of Balor being a heel is that he suits the booking of a long-term champion, being the one that's chased rather than the chaser. We saw this across in New Japan as IWGP Junior Heavyweight Champion, making the title truly difficult to win. With the heavies of Anderson and Gallows, or perhaps some other henchmen really adds to Balor's threat as a villian, and it's something that I'm chomping at the bit to see play out in WWE. Roman Reigns Probably the go-to choice to win the WWE Championship, and it's hard not to see why. As a 3-Time WWE Championship, former Universal Champion, Grand Slam Champion, Royal Rumble Winner and Multi-time Wrestlemania Main eventer, Roman Reigns is as established a star as you can get. Fan reactions aside, Reigns is where the company has invested, so much so that his presence makes any segment a bigger deal. Unfortunately for Roman Reigns, even going into remission and returning to the ring didn't result in rapturous cheers for the Big Dog, only middling indifference for his Wrestlemania match against Drew McIntyre. Recently, Roman has been chained up in a bloated feud with Shane McMahon and his new lackey, the Scottish Psychopath. Roman's standing isn't going anywhere while in this feud, and the addition of The Undertaker isn't going to help that. Reigns is in need of a character change, or to be paired with opponents that accentuate his positives, something that Shane McMahon does not do. Another hurdle for Reigns is the issue of a well-loved wrestler in Kofi Kingston holding the gold. It would be unwise for WWE to push Reigns as a babyface to challenge Kingston. After the emotional build up to Kofi finally winning the title at Wrestlemania, and just how quickly the fans became invested in his struggle, Reigns would almost certainly be vehemently booed upon the interaction. Furthermore, with Andrade, Randy Orton, Daniel Bryan and Shane McMahon floating around, the upper card is quite saturated for heels. So turning Roman heel right now would only serve to unbalance the heel/face dynamic in Smackdown's main event scene. There are also rumours of Shane winning the title from Kofi only so Roman won't be booed when he takes it from Shane. I really don't think that this booking would work it if turns out to be true, Kofi losing to Shane would be all the damage done. And with Roman's crowd reactions sill being fragile, him being on top once again might backfire as it has in the past.
  4. If this was Barry Allen or Jay Garrick, I'd have voted for them. However, while the power advantage certainly goes to Wally West, I believe that in this scenario, experience trumps raw power. Dick Grayson is one of the longest tenured proteges of a Justice League member in the DC canon, even graduating from the Robin mantle to create his own, Nightwing. Utilising his training under Bruce Wayne, Grayson absolutely has the capacity to neutralise a Metahuman. Combined with his time going solo and his recent missions with Spyral in the comics, Nightwing gets my vote. It's a close one, as Wally West does become one of the most powerful speedsters in the DC Universe, but I think Nightwing would ultimately emerge as the victor.
  5. WALTER Right now, my favourite has to be WALTER's and Imperium's entrance. Their pose in front of the bright white screen while the New World Symphony plays is a really unique entrance and it creates such an aura around the faction. From the moment WALTER showed up with this entrance at Takeover: Blackpool, it was something extra special.
  6. Yeah I've never been able to get into Fortnite, no matter how many times or how hard I try to. I just find it to be really uninteresting as a game concept. It's yet another sandbox battle royale game (which we have way too many of to begin with). I feel that it's only popular because it's the Battle Royal game that happened to catch the majority of the demographic. It really isn't much different to any other Battle Royale game. Gameplay wise, the obligatory crafting element and the underwhelming shooting just didn't click for me. And all the multiplayer season and item shenanigans is the opposite of what I want in a video game.
  7. Bafflingly, the 24/7 Championship might actually be the most entertaining title in the company right now. As the oddball haven of unabashed creativity and truly bonkers amazing segments, the reincarnated Hardcore Championship is something that many fans look forward to on a week to week basis, unlike the rest of the show. Given it's popularity, and the plethora of wrestlers that can challenge for it across both brands, lets take a look at who could be challengers, or would make for interesting challengers to be embroiled in the 24/7 Title picture. EC3 Please, just give the poor man something to do. SOMETHING, ANYTHING! Ethan Carter III has really had a rough time on the main roster, not because they ruined him with an awful storyline, but because they haven't used him in anything at all. He's been on the main roster for over 6 months now, and not even notable TV appearances to his name. Given how good of a talker EC3 is, he needs to be doing something, preferably speaking. However, it turns out that his buddy Drake Maverick (the former Rockstar Spud) is the current 24/7 Champion (as of writing). I see no reason to not have Ec3 involved in this storyline. Whether that be Maverick and Carter as quirky buddy cop jocks trying to keep the 24/7 Title by any means necessary, or EC3 potentially feuding with Maverick over the title. The 24/7 Championship is a haven for the lower card guys that only seems to elevate anyone involved just by getting featured. Which is exactly what EC3 needs, to get featured. Because as crazy as it sounds, if you're not involved in anything, you can't get yourself over. Just please......save this man before he goes insane due to severe boredom. Heath Slater He's got kids, damnit! Heath Slater is one of those permanently endeared member of the roster, partially thanks to his long tenure in the company, affable babyface charisma, and resident jobber status. None the less, Slater has championship runs in him. The momentum he and Rhyno gain in their storyline leading up them being crowned the Inaugural Smackdown Tag Team Champions was a great feel-good moment in the fledgling days of Smackdown Live. Now, three years on and Slater is back to his enhancement talent ways, despite remaining over with the crowds even with how little he is featured on TV these days. For the feel-good catharsis, as well as Slater's willingness to do some weird and wacky things for pro wrestling, he would be a perfect face to hold the 24/7 Championship. Simply seeing his interactions with R-Truth and Drake Maverick in their crazy segments would be gold. Mojo Rawley Ok, to be honest, I didn't put Mojo on the list because I want him to actually win the title. He is only here for my own morbid enjoyment of his hilarious new gimmick of psyching himself up in mirrors, and some weird face-vein paint. Just seeing him show up completely stone faced, serious and intense to this comedy segments at airports and weddings would be a brilliant juxtaposition. R-Truth and Maverick could definitely make fun of it, and I'm all for that. Mojo, I don't want you to win it, oh well. Aiden English Someone that has been so forgotten and overlooked, he's needed to sit at the announcers desk to get on TV. While I do enjoy his colour commentary, I think Aiden English still has a lot more to give as an in-ring talent. After the tragedy that was breaking up Rusev Day, Aiden English disappeared from in-ring competition, miraculously showing up on 205 Live at the announcer's booth. I think that English would be a great candidate to add to the glorious trash fires that are the 24/7 Championship segments. His opera singer/artist gimmick is pompous and outrageous enough to fit really well, and English has the charisma to pul it off. Hey, you never know, it could all lead to another meeting with Rusev is the Bulgarian Brute is particularly light on content for the month. Today may be Rusev Day.....but it's Aiden Day 24/7. Zack Ryder This man practically got himself over by doing outlandish segments and goofy things way back in the day, so he would be an ideal mind to have in the mix for the 24/7 Title. Also it's a great way for someone like Zack Ryder, somebody who is still moderately over with the crowd despite not being featured at all, to get some much needed content. Giving him something to do, even if it's only small, is far better than never seeing Ryder at all. He could even start turning the 24/7 Title into his new Internet Championship, defending it on a revamped Z-Long Island Story. On the list of people that I would like to see more of on TV, but not in the upper card slots, Zack Ryder is one of them. He's a great babyface that the crowd have basically latched onto for almost a decade now, it's a shame for him to wallow in the darkness of only working house shows and dark matches. The man is creative, let him create something good.
  8. NJPW - Wrestle Kingdom 10 January 4th, 2016 Tokyo Dome, Tokyo, Japan Semi-Main Event: Shinsuke Nakamura (c) vs. AJ Styles - IWGP Intercontinental Championship This is a rewatch of a classic for me, and it still holds up on repeat viewing. With this being Nakamura's and Styles' first ever singles encounter, the big match feel is really palpable from their entrances right to the finishing bell. This match does start off quite slow, but both men establish the psychology of the match brilliantly, with AJ's back injury as well as his sneaky ways beating through the unusual respect these two have shown each other in the build up. Big Match Nakamura showed up to his final Wrestle Kingdom (as of writing). The timing and charisma from him in this match was impeccable, breaking out some sick offence to target Styles' back. Again, I don't think this match is for everyone as it really is a King's Road style match. But once they start moving up to high gear, oh boy does the drama pick up. Nakamura and Styles knock lumps out of each other with their strikes, exchanging finisher attempts. However, the King of Strong Style would retain his coveted Intercontinental Championship with an avalanche Landslide! Followed by a pair of vicious Bomayes to put down the Phenomenal One. A fantastic match that is different, but in my opinion wholly superior to any of their WWE bouts. They were unchained in this match, trading big move after big move, and Styles' selling was top notch, their chemistry was great. Cannot recommend this match enough.
  9. While the way we got to this match was hokey and weird, on paper this match should be an absolute banger. Aleister Black has gone mostly under the radar while up on the main roster, not featured in any feuds in particular until now, so it's nice that they're finally finding something for him to do. Black is one of those ready made NXT stars that needs to be, and can be utilised right out of the box in the upper card of any roster. Meanwhile Cesaro's mini singles push with Sheamus out of the picture (at least for now), has been really great. He's mainly been only featured in tag team matches since late 2016, so it's a very refreshing change of scenery for the Swiss Cyborg. His forte is as the in-ring workhorse for TV matches, and him versus pretty much anyone is cause to be excited. If this match is given the time it needs, we could have a sleeper hit on our hands here. Both men can knock lumps out of each other in a hard-hitting affair, with Cesaro's power advantage adding a nice differential in their styles, as opposed to Aleister Black's heavy striking game. As much as I enjoy Cesaro in everything he does, and I do think he deserves a push, Aleister Black is the new upcoming star, and needs a decisive, credible victory on PPV to establish him as a contender for later down the line in other feuds. So for that reasoning, Aleister Black should win this match, he has far more to lose than Cesaro does. Should Aleister Black win, I'd like to see him move on to the Intercontinental Championship picture, mixing it up with Finn Balor and Shinsuke Nakamura would make for some great match-ups that feel fresh, while also elevating someone new to the upper card.
  10. The Walking Dead: Survival Instinct A truly disappointing game. An interesting premise and concept thrown away for a cheap cash-grab on the popular licence of the month. The game was delayed quite significantly, which should have been the warning sign to stay away. Survival Instinct looked about 5-10 years behind it's 2013 release date. Having very poor graphics and user interface, clunky controls and ferociously repetitive gameplay, with wholly unsatisfying combat, mostly falling back to the same melee animations for the majority of the game before mercifully finding Daryl's signature crossbow. An awful game with zero replay value.....or play value in general. Aliens: Colonial Marines Speaking of games that were continually delayed, Aliens: Colonial Marines is the very definition of incomplete promises. I like many others were enthralled with the very impressive E3 demos and trailers, but several years later, we couldn't have got something further from our expectation. The ambition of the product had been significantly stripped back, graphics were woefully poor. Furthermore, most infamously, the smart AI of the Xenomorphs was a much touted feature of the game. However, once the public saw the real thing, their AI was mostly sub-par, with nothing resembling the demos. It was clear that either Gearbox genuinely couldn't match the high expectations they set for themselves, or intentionally tried to snooker their customers into thinking they were buying a great looking game, only to receive this monstrosity. Randy Pitchford, you absolute snake.
  11. Has to be Green Arrow, pretty much a no-contest. Harley Quinn is good and all, but she is no where near Green Arrow in a fight. Decisive victory for Oliver Queen here.
  12. Erick Rowan This is probably a holdover from the Wyatt Family, but I'm a big fan of (Erick) Rowan. He's not the best big man, but I think he is often an overlooked presence in the ring, and I really appreciate his work. He keeps finding small, but noticeable ways of improving and changing it up. I enjoy his moveset, is cool and he has a great look, the big red beard is a very striking image that is synonymous with him. Also I don't care what anyone says, the Bludgeon Brothers were great. They were really hokey and stupid, but Harper and Rowan are so good as a big man tag team that I will always love them unconditionally as wrestlers. Also he's oddly enough been tag team champion a lot, so good for him; 1x NXT Tag Team Championship 2x Smackdown Tag Team Championship
  13. Kenny Omega vs CIMA "Hangman" Adam Page vs Kip Sabian Allie vs Brandi Rhodes The Young Bucks vs Cody and Dustin Rhodes MJF, Sammy Guevara and Shawn Spears vs Darby Allin, Jimmy Havoc and Joey Janela SoCal Uncensored (Frankie Kazarian and Scorpio Sky) vs The Lucha Brothers (Also Sonny Kiss vs. Peter Avalon has been added to the Fight for the Fallen Pre-Show)

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