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27-Nov-2016 13:27

NFL Network asked former player Shawn Merriman NFL Network asked former player Shawn Merriman to list his five most intimidating players in the league, and yes, the Pittsburgh Steelers resident superhero James Harrison is No. When you walk into a room, you feel it immediately — you're not like everybody else.I was holding a real baseball bat, facing down 70 mile per hour pitches, almost too paralyzed to swing it.That might've had something to do with the 00 of PC gear running Trinity VR's Diamond FX baseball simulation a few feet away from the hunk of wood I was holding in my hands—a hunk of wood I couldn't actually , with the HTC Vive strapped to my head.With strength at least equal to a very pissed off Hulk, far greater durability, control over the weather and one of the most powerful weapons in the Marvel universe, this guy has struck fear in the heart of many of his opponents.7) Doomsday.A clever spin-off of the Marvel's Hulk, this character can adapt to virtually any and everything any superhero can throw at him and relentlessly keep coming.

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You don't hold back when it comes to speaking your mind and you never wait for the perfect moment to do it.

Unlike generously arcadey batting simulations I've played in the past, like the dinky Wii Sports and the dinkier , pitches in Diamond FX come at you with the speed of the real thing.

And because they emulate real pitches, they'll twist away at the last second to catch a corner of the strike zone, or come straight down the middle so fast you can't is somehow enough time to act.

When I played Diamond FX at GDC, no one had gotten a hit off a real pitch.

I didn't fare any better, but I spent most of my time marveling at how surreal it felt to be swinging a heavy baseball bat that I couldn't see (and hoping for four balls in a row so I didn't strike out like a complete chump).

You don't hold back when it comes to speaking your mind and you never wait for the perfect moment to do it.

Unlike generously arcadey batting simulations I've played in the past, like the dinky Wii Sports and the dinkier , pitches in Diamond FX come at you with the speed of the real thing.

And because they emulate real pitches, they'll twist away at the last second to catch a corner of the strike zone, or come straight down the middle so fast you can't is somehow enough time to act.

When I played Diamond FX at GDC, no one had gotten a hit off a real pitch.

I didn't fare any better, but I spent most of my time marveling at how surreal it felt to be swinging a heavy baseball bat that I couldn't see (and hoping for four balls in a row so I didn't strike out like a complete chump).

His combination of power, intent and look; he is BAD to the bone (pun intended).