Here's an article clarifying the "exclusivity deal" for the upcoming X-men downloadable game.
I just can't understand why pay a timed exclusively in the first place? Since I haven't done this myself , but can't a PSN user just create a account in those regions and purchase it, with say a psn card for that territory?
good thing i have MAME.
I really agree with a comment I read on the website "Why not just make it 6 player local? The PS3 supports up to 7 controllers. Thats the most useless feature of the PS3, more useless than the six axis" Seriously, why dont devs take advantage of this?? Imagine it, you could throw one sweet party.
Oh it was just for Europe that's kind of saddening, but cool that I now know it comes out next week.
Europeans can just always make a North American PSN account, put in enough cash in the NA account to cover $10 and you have the game. Not really all that much trouble IF you really want the game that bad.
i never played XMEN but it seems that the orginal game was 6 players? therefore it should be 6 player support for the PS3 version. how did that work anyway? wouldn't 6 player mean less enemies to fight?
Even with 6 players, the game was a lot of fun in arcades. Now if only they can bring out the Simpsons game that was a beat 'em up also.
X-men was a blast! If I remember correctly, they had three machines; a 2, 4 and 6-player setup. It really doesn't make sense to not have local 6-player. I only have three controllers, but I have multiple friends with PS3's that would love to play this game with me. We'd have no trouble rounding up six controllers. I'd love to see The Simpsons get released on PSN in the same way, as well as TMNT. There are actually a few arcade games I'd love to see on PSN with online capabilities.
Ehh I play this on my MAME machine...
Adding retro arcade remakes are just a bonus for gamers nothing to get bent out of shape over or wet your pants over.
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