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  1. That looks really nice! I can feel my desire to get an Arcade 1Up machine rising...
  2. I wasn't a fan of Spider-man getting all teched up in Homecoming either. Spider-man has enough innate powers plus the ultra-versatile web shooters. He didn't need more tech in that movie. In Infinity War, given the higher stakes, going with the Iron Spider suit made sense. I actually hope in Far From Home and future movies, he gets less Iron Man-like and goes back to his roots.
  3. According to Famitsu's latest charts, in Japan, the lifetime sales of the Switch are only about 5,500 less than the lifetime sales of the PS4/PS4 Pro. http://www.nintendolife.com/news/2019/05/japanese_charts_nintendo_switch_is_already_on_the_verge_of_surpassing_ps4s_lifetime_sales
  4. I think you just have to look at it from the main timeline's perspective. Cap returns the Infinity Stones and Mjolnir to their respective timelines so from the main timeline's perspective, they didn't screw those respective timelines. But like you said, there's a butterfly effect to them even going to those timelines and any action they take there can ripple out like a pebble hitting the water in a pond. Cap simply saying "hail Hydra" in the elevator could cause those Hydra agents to think that Cap is on their side and they could reveal themselves at an earlier point to that timeline's Cap so maybe the events of Winter Soldier don't happen the same. Once you get beyond the surface of time travel as a plot device, the holes become bigger and more numerous until it collapses on itself. I find it's best not to go too deep into the "logic" of time travel, the "physics" of superpowers, etc.
  5. Cap returns Mjolnir and the Infinity Stones to the timelines they borrowed them from so this exact thing wouldn't happen to those timelines.
  6. I really enjoyed the episode. I'm glad they devoted so much time in the last episode to character moments because this episode was packed with action. The battle strategy didn't make any sense but it didn't really matter to my enjoyment.
  7. It would be like the Samuel L. Jackson recap of Game of Thrones 😂
  8. I always wanted to play Cuphead but never got around to picking it up... until last night for the Switch. The game looks and plays great. I only had time to play through the first two bosses and only wanted to throw my Pro controller through the wall once. The game is only 3.6GB which is a welcome sight, seeing as my 200GB micro SD card is somehow almost all filled up (and that's with some games already deleted off of it).
  9. The sorting on the All Software screen is nice but I wish they allowed sorting on the Home Menu like they do on the NES Online app. I really like how the game covers/icons shrink as you add more to a row in the NES Online app.
  10. From this Verge article: https://www.theverge.com/2019/4/11/18306883/disney-hulu-espn-plus-streaming-service-bundle-deal-likely "Kevin Mayer, chairman of Disney’s direct-to-consumer division, didn’t waste time stating the obvious: Disney will “likely” sell its standalone, paid subscription services — Disney+, ESPN+, and Hulu — as a bundle for an appealing price." Disney+ is $6.99/mo. Hulu with limited commercials is $5.99. Hulu with no commercials is $11.99. ESPN+ is $4.99. Separately, that's $18 or $24 depending on the Hulu sub. So maybe a bundle like $15 or $20 depending on the Hulu sub?
  11. I'm really surprised how low the monthly/annual subscription is for Disney+. Even DC Universe is $7.99/$74.95 and the Disney+ service seems to have a lot more content. I was kind of meh about it before but with the price and all the newly announced stuff, I'll definitely be getting it day 1. I'm really excited for live action Marvel shows that are better integrated into the MCU than passing references like the Marvel Netflix shows had.
  12. It would be cool if the Black Widow movie featured Hawkeye with their shared past alluded to in the first Avengers movie.
  13. I don't play Anthem but this was an interesting in-depth article on the making of the game: https://kotaku.com/how-biowares-anthem-went-wrong-1833731964
  14. I finally got around to watching Captain Marvel yesterday. I enjoyed it. It's definitely not in my top 7 but I'd put it somewhere in the group after that. I really liked seeing Fury do stuff other than just stand there (like he does in most of the other movies) and Brie Larson was great as both Carol and Captain Marvel. I think the thing I liked least about the movie was the use of '90s music. The song choices were good but it almost always felt clumsy in how they were cut in like they were desperately trying to shoehorn in music of that era. I don't think the way they used the music enhanced any of the scenes like music should. The Guardians of the Galaxy movies and Thor: Ragnarok used music so much more effectively.
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