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Dr. Wilhelm

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    Mt. Pearl, Newfoundland, Canada


  • Real Name
    William Joseph Patrick Dicks the IVth (Billy or Doc for short)
  • Occupation
    Prep Cook

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  1. 1.) What is your favorite game series? Resident Evil and Castlevania 2.) What is the game series you are best at? Probably the Mario series 3.) What game from your favorite game series is your favorite? Resident Evil 2 and Symphony of the Night/Portrait of Ruin 4.) What games in your favorite series do you OWN Resident Evil 0 (GC) Resident Evil Director's Cut (PSX) Resident Evil (GC) Resident Evil Deadly Silence (DS) Resident Evil 2 (PSX) Resident Evil 2 (N64) Resident Evil 2 (GC) Resident Evil Survivor (PSX) Resident Evil Outbreak (PS2) Resident Evil 3 Nemesis (GC) Resident Evil Code Veronica (DC) Resident Evil Code Veronica X (PS2) Resident Evil 4 (PS2) Castlevania (NES) Castlevania 3 Dracula's Curse (NES) Castlevania Chronicles (PSX) Castlevania Symphony of the Night (PSX) Castlevania 64 (N64) Castlevania Circle of the Moon (PSX) Castlevania Lament of Innocence (PS2) Castlevania Curse of Darkness (PS2) Castlevania Dawn of Sorrow (DS) Castlevania Portrait of Ruin (DS) 5.) WHY is your favorite game series your favorite, and why would you suggest others to look into it? I've always been a fan of anything relating to the zombie genre (movies, games, etc.) and Resident Evil does more than satisfy my tastes. I picked up the Resident Evil archives book when it was released and read it in one sitting because I'm actually very interested in reading how the various viruses in the games develop and evolve. So I guess it's mainly just the game's setting and biological mumbo jumbo that keep me hooked. That, and Barry Burton is a badass. As for Castlevania, it's simple. I'm a big side scrolling person and Castlevania has gone from being a simple, get to the end of the level side scroller to one that eventually took in some RPG elements which I always enjoy. And even it's 3D incarnations (while most will probably disagree) have been solid platformers to help add to the series' interesting timeline of events.
  2. I hate to ask again but I'd like to make another sig request. If it's possible I was wondering if someone would be able to make me a sig of either of the following... Either one featuring Faust or Eddie of the Guilty Gear series, or one featuring Jagi from Hokuto no Ken. The last one is kind of a stretch maybe, but if either can be done I'd greatly appreciate it. If anyone who decides to make one I can pm them reference pictures of the characters to avoid clogging the thread of pictures. Many thanks.
  3. How I wish I could attend arcades such as these to be honest. Here where I live there's only one real arcade worth going to, and all that's there to play really is House of the Dead 3 and Marvel vs. Capcom 2 (AKA the loudest damn on Earth).
  4. Picked up Phantom Hourglass yesterday and I'm actually really enjoyed it so far. At first I was skeptical on the game being controlled via only the stylus but it translates better than I figured it would. I haven't had much to time to progress so far (I've only just reached the Isle of Ember to find Astrid), but I'm looking forward to what the game has to offer. Also, has anyone heard tell of of Dementium: The Ward? (Kotaku Link)Developed by Renegade Kid it looks like we could get a decent horror genre of game on the DS. Maybe it could even make up for the mediocrity that was Touch the Dead?
  5. My PS2 has been getting about double it's normal use now since I've picked up Accent Core. I was just curious as to what most people's preferred characters were... Mine including, Faust, Testament, Eddie, Robo-Ky, and Zappa. I also like to try out Axl every now and then. Also, correct me if I'm wrong but NeoGeo Battle Coliseum is due for a November release right? I'm just looking forward to finally being able to use Marco.
  6. Times like this I curse the fact I live so far away. Ever since the last Alpha 3 tournament here I've been dying for a Third Strike one... I could also go for another Melee tournament.
  7. Costume changes are a neat concept but I don't see it happening. As for new items? Mario Kart's blue shell, it would track down the person with either the highest amount of lives in stock mode, or highest amount of points in timed battles.
  8. "Heeeeey! You look like a real jerk!" Yeah, what a great commercial. I demand a Pole Position remix.
  9. Street Fighter Anniversary Collection - YES This collection is really the only way to be able to play Third Strike on your PS2, and mixing and matching different character versions from Street Fighter 2 to pit against each other is always a bit of fun. Unless your opponent is Championship Edition Bison... Star Fox: Assault - YES Why yes? While the game wasn't well received among many I consider it this generation's Starfox 64. Mainly because the multiplayer in it is just as fun, and multiplayer is always the main reason people play Starfox games, it's a blast. Dragon Quest Heroes: Rocket Slime - YES This was the most charming experience I've had on the DS yet, I mean who doesn't want to control a slime? The battles are quite fun and frantic as you're hopping around your giant slime-shaped tank to collect ammo to fire at your opponent's tank. It gets even better once you start recruiting other members with different abilities to support you in battle.
  10. I owe it to myself to buy UC if it's bad or not, I'm too huge of a RE fan to miss out on it. There's a section of my bedroom dedicated to the series, heh.
  11. Here's hoping for better things from Yoshi in Brawl. I, on the other hand am really looking forward to seeing how DK is going to be. I don't even know why, I only used him from time to time in Melee...
  12. All of the sprites so far look great, but now I'm glad they're done with showcasing the shotos, as there's not much diversity in how their attacks look and such. I can't wait to see the new Dhalsim and Blanka sprites personally.
  13. A friend of mine picked this up recently and seems to be enjoying it so far. I'm in the market for a new RPG to play actually so prehaps I will check this out, thanks.
  14. Personally, I loved the compact levels, made things much more hectic and fast paced. I'm really only used to playing tournament legal stages now. But all the same, I can see where you're coming from on the Hyrule Temple-ish stages, some friends of mine love that place and stages that size really are good for casual laugh with your buddies while playing Smash. Hopefully they'll have a better balance of large to small stages in Brawl.
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