I like fish.
Was going to say…what does SWTOR have…then I remembered the rakghouls…
LOL~ Yeah it was night fury indeed!@w3ndee Yes seiuors shit~ NO! They only give to people who bought the tickets on 26th of March, The tickets I’ve bought is 11.15pm on 25th of March, So i was watching halfway and we need to rush out No refunds for us Sigh @Danny Foo Lolz Sifu~ Wanna watch Clash Of The Titans together?
I agree with this comic – which is why my MMO playing is on hold for the moment.
Stuff like this comes in waves, used to be every game was about a guy with a gun for an arm.
Good comic Scott! Food for thought….
Well, to be fair rakghouls exist for a long time B4 the damn “dragons and zombies” mania on today’s games..
There is a zombie dragon in Guild Wars 2, well technically an undead elder dragon..
The darkspawn in Dragon Age are similar to zombie dragons….
Remember when dragons used to be something rare and special in WoW? Sunken Temple dragon and Onyxia were the only “real” dragons I was exposed to back then not counting dragonkin (dragon-like humanoids). Not any more though, dragons are now everywhere in WoW, everyone has at least one for a flying mount. As a result they have sort of lost that special feeling of awe and mystery. :-/
So true….. What’s next, dragon pandas?
Yeah…but all the JAWS games came out total crap. That’s why developers stay out of the water…so to speak.
Zombie Dragons are hardly new. There have been a few in Castlevania games, just for starters.
Lets not forget about Sindragosa…
I seem to remember several types of zombie dragons in Final Fantasy 6,
I remember a cave with one that was actually called zombie dragon in the GBA version, and I remember one of the 8 dragons was basically a zombie dragon too. I remember too much about this game…
So true. I love it though… Nazi Zombies are the best.
…Do the skeletal dragons in Skyrim count?
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