Speaking of upgrades, those of you in the US who want to get the New 3DS, but were put off by the size and/or lack of customization of the XL can rest a bit easier now because the regular New 3DS will now be available on the 25th. I say "a bit" because the catch is that it's currently part of a bundle for that new Animal Crossing game and, because of that, will be more expensive at $220. http://www.theverge.com/2015/8/31/9235091/new-nintendo-3ds-with-swappable-faceplates
I don't know where you're going with this "you people" thing--not sure if I even want to know--but the argument being made here is that, mayhaps, police officers should not automatically go for the (most) lethal option in response to every perceived threat. Again, boxers may be more dangerous than most folks, but not everyone is a boxer and acting as if they all are is just a showcase of flagrant irresponsibility on the part of the officer.
Guns aren't toys nor are they "non lethal"--they're designed to put an end to its target, one way or the other. I do not think that it's bad to argue that, maybe, we should be more careful with how we use this killing tool.
Why are we even going on with this needless digression? I mean, yeah, professional boxers can pose a notable threat to a police officer if given a chance... but here's the thing: not everyone is even a amateur boxer, much less a pro! Are we black folks really in such a position with this stupid "violent thugs" stereotype that, in a would-be encounter with an officer, we can only be compared to those who are paid to fight?
Well, I'm not gonna lie: this game is still leaving a lot to be desired for me. It just comes as, essentially, DLC for Shattered Crystal so far and that they still haven't shown any new materials for it since its out-of-nowhere reveal isn't instilling much confidence in its favor. It really does look like they're sending it out to flop at this point.
Race had nothing to do the fact that a black man--who, though he was committing an illegal act, was otherwise harmless at the time--was forcibly held down by policeman to the point where he died of asphyxiation, even though he was making it clear to those officers that he was dying? You can really see this exact same scenario playing out if Eric Garner was white?
Hm, wouldn't a Sonic comic that's set solely in the games universe be subjected to even more mandates than what the current comics are already currently under, anyway? At least with the ones we got now, there still exists some freedoms in regards to what new stuff it could do.
All the same, the Freedom Fighters still have their fans, they help make the Archie comic what it is, for better or worse, and the fact that they're still around is a testament to that. It'd just be a complete waste to just toss them aside like refuse to appeal to games purists.
I'm more disappointed that Worlds Unite serves as the penultimate arc for the Mega Man and Sonic Boom comics than anything. Even if my thoughts on the latter are neutral at best, both comics deserve better than what we got with this.