Best thing is the tie-shaped collar in the uniforms lol.
he said "on schedule" as far as I know. Not ahead.
True, there's so much content that it seems that they really went out of their way to provide something worth the price, and the wait.
No. Scorpio has already been announced for the holidays.
Same here. This is exactly the Ace Combat I wanted :D
@meatnormous: no, it's an optional mode.
it was 50%
This is my personal favorite game today. I actually was given the trailer by Bandai Namco yesterday night under embargo, and I spent like half a hour watching it over and over, giggling like a schoolgirl lol.
It's just... classic Ace Combat is back after that Assault Horizon >_> I'm so happy.
Nope. It's no duplicate. That post was posted unfinished and with no trailer. Here is the evidence. That's a placeholder.
This is an entirely valid submission.
It probably did, but COD launched this month, both BF and TF2 launched last month, and BF already topped the chart.
Hard to compare a game launched this month with two that did a lot of their sales last month already.
That's what publishers do. What they never, ever, ever discount is where the money is lol.
@PhoenixUp: always asked myself the same question.
Once upon a time, pre-orders and pre-downloads used to go up at the same time on XBL, now they're often separate.
Because we have known for months that it won't be in the game?
And the game plays great without it.
I believe they counted the download code cards that you buy at convenience stores. MC doesn't count those.
Edit: That too. I didn't think about it. Makes sense.
The console was in shortage, so yeah. Can't sell what's not on the shelves.
Don't see any trailers there. Because it isn't.
The fact that the demo of Yakuza 6 comes out the same day as FFXV will boost that week as well for sure.
@Warnut: Xbox One started more costly, and that sucked up its momentum. If anything, that proves the point.
People like a cheap console.
I'm more leaning towards the Sims, personally. It's certainly a game that would be more portable-friendly.
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