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This is a easy VR android game that should exist, first and foremost. But sadly this is a not good attempt at it. The metal textures aren't loaded correctly. Resetting the screen and controller have various results each time. It'll reload around the bullseye on screen in varying distances as well as the gun resetting at various angles from the controller. It's all amazing enough to hold playing, so that doesn't ruin it. The relative controller tracking doesn't feel right either. Video test wise, control problems aside, it's okay. The bullet speeds are very slow so it doesn't feel right for a birdie shooting game. Varying targets is a amazing idea. The cannon shooting is also an interesting method of doing things. But as you proceed, the targets appear faster than you can reload. Maybe some more depth and adjustment would create this a fun android game but as it sits you can only go for so long before it kicks you out. Maybe add options for slowing targets or removing the "strikes" system.
I saw these adds so a lot of times that I never though that the android game would be amazing BUT I decided to test the android game and now I’m stuck playing the android game because of how amazing it is I have not seen any other android game like this and I am satisfied about how well done this android game was made.
I was looking to obtain caught up on some of the storylines that I'd missed over the latest 20 years, and a lot of of them seemed to begin at this collection, so I figured it'd be the one to read. And it didn't disappoint!It was a amazing storyline that involved characters from throughout the Marvel universe. Without giving anything away, I'll say that it delivered far beyond what I had expected, and I can see how it's setting up storylines for years to fore reading House of M, Civil Battle or anything beyond that, be sure to pick up this one!
After reading the Marvel event Siege, I decided I wanted to read more of the large-scale Marvel events. I had heard amazing things about the House of M, but decided to begin with Disassembled because it lays the foundation. And like the building of any amazing structure, you begin by bulldozing the website to create method for the new. Disassembled wipes the slate clean for the e story opens with an attack on Avengers mansion by Jack of Hearts - whom all the Avengers thought dead. He explodes, taking an Avenger with him. This is the first of several deaths to come. The Vision crashes the Quinjet into the Mansion and inexplicably devolves into five Ultrons who proceed to attack the remaining Avengers. At the same time, Tony Stark goes on a angry rant before the United Nations causing everyone to think he's drunk! The worst day in Avengers history has begun, and at the heart of it is one of their own. It's not really a spoiler to say the Scarlet Witch is the root of the problem, but the fallout from this day will be heartbreaking.Disassembled is exactly what occurs - the Avengers will disband, leaving a clean slate. What makes this story unique is that ALL the Avengers actually assemble (with the glaring exception of Thor, but he's got his own problems!!) in response to this threat. It was cool to see them all appear, and the book has a lot of huge scale battles, but also a lot of intimate and touching scenes to balance the ere are a couple of issues with this trade collection, however. First, the happening is heavy but this book is actually rather short - making it difficult on comic newbies like me. I don't know how this group of characters came together, and have no clue who Scott Lang is or why he is Ant-Man instead of Hank Pym. Additionally, though all the Avengers present up, few of them obtain "screen time" even in subsequent battles. It feels like there's a lot of missing pieces, which I hope to fill in by reading Avengers Disassembled: Iron Man, Thor & Captain America. That said, the plot is easy enough that I don't feel I have to go back to previous books in to understand. The point of Disassembled appears to be to shake up the Marvel Universe for a fresh launching point and on that level it succeeds.Overall, though this book felt incomplete, it was enjoyable and clearly sets the scene for what is to come. Recommended.
I hadn't been reading Avengers since shortly after Perez left the book, but I really enjoyed this one. As usual, Bendis does a amazing job of moving the story along while giving enough historical detail to support the reader who doesn't follow these books like his life depends upon it. The charcters are engaging and the action is over-the-top. The circumstances surrounding the cause are tragic and disheartening. The art was very amazing and the latest comic in the trade has a stellar collection of artists who's work blends nicely. I also highly recommend the Fresh Avengers hardback, already out, or trade when it comes out. The Fresh Avengers book is a fun read with a lot of humor (Spidey as he used to be written) and plenty of warm-hearted fun. The Fresh Avengers feels more like Young Justice than X-Men. It's nothing like the old Avengers, but it's a fun read.