Unlockable Costumes for the SR game?

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  1. BrollySupersj Howard, Fine, and Howard

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    What I don't get is, why did they put the Golden Age Suit? It's a MOVIE GAME!!! Therefore they should put the Reeve suit, cause that is part of the movie series.
     
  2. Matt Murdock Registered

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    Well, I got it today at my local best buy
    im gonna go play!
     
  3. Matt Murdock Registered

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    brolly....


    its god.
     
  4. BrollySupersj Howard, Fine, and Howard

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    YOU GOT IT!!!!!

    how the release is tommorrow?

    Yuma ****ing sucks....
     
  5. Matt Murdock Registered

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    I GOT IT!

    my best buy had hundreds of copies.

    Dude, its so fun. The flight is awesome.

    [BLACKOUT]I don't know if you read it, but there was an article on IGN a while back discussing the flight, and the producer said that you could fly out along the ocean and have 3 sonic booms.... hes a LIAR. There are 4:woot: :woot: :woot: [/BLACKOUT]
     
  6. Comic Book Boy Producer/Writer/Director

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    Any pics of the alternate suits?
    Does the "golden age" suit mean the Fleischer Animation suit, or the Seigel & Shuster one?
     
  7. Superman: Idols Lord of Unseen Cities

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    It probably has something to do with the deleted opening, which was na homage to the original Action Comics.
     
  8. BrollySupersj Howard, Fine, and Howard

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    It's the Seigel and Shuster design.
     

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