There are also things beyond the ESF team and Valve's control. When you want to bring out a game stand alone, not only does the ESF team need a license to use the GoldSrc engine, they would also need a license to use any licensed material. Ie. anything that has to do with DBZ. Now...how much...
Player Black has player Red targeted, then player Black is attacked with some kind of ball attack which he deflects. The deflected ball attack automatically homes in on player Black's current target? Effectively redirecting the attack?
While I am all for the zombie idea (sans flying), it could also be fixed by changing the zombies in...zombified...saibamen. Fits a lot better. Though there is nothing wrong with zombies either way. Any game instantly gets better with zombies. Imagine Kirby with zombies. Hotdamn.
Granted, incidentally though, you also kill a baby panda each time you chew on a piece of licorice, making you feel all horrible about yourself and quickly killing the entire panda species. You horrible person, you!
I wish I had a baby panda!
Only the graphics card actually. Sometimes, manufacturers screw up their cards. The infamous 8600M GT was one of those cards. Basically, it had some loosened chips, which the connections would break if the card got too hot too fast. Stuff like that can be mended by putting it in an oven for 10...
Got my new laptop some while ago.
HP Envy 15, weighs just over 3,5 pounds
CPU: Intel Core i7 Quad, 1.6ghz, turbo to 2.8 ghz.
GPU: Ati Radeon 5830, 1024MB VideoRam
2 fans for CPU, 1 fan for HDD and GPU
RAM: 8GB at 1333mhz
HDD: 500GB @ 7200RPM...Western Digital?
Screen: 15.6 inch...