One step plan: Hire someone with a marketing background.
I loved the first three Crash games, but couldn't stand Knack. I state in the review that I had high hope for it when I saw it back in February, but that hope quickly diminishes within the first 10 minutes and doesn't come back until you take the game out of the disc tray and throw it into the fires of Mordor.
They could certainly use it. But I bet their bank accounts say otherwise...
Online and offline video game publications as a whole. PC Gamer, IGN, N4G, Geekenstein.
They are certainly a rare breed, that's for sure.
Someone needs to learn some basic spelling and grammer if they want to be taken seriously.
Just want to point out that I can't add resources due to a site error.
The objective of burning things is to burn them. Burn certain things to unlock combos and then you get more coins to burn other things. I wanted to like this game, I really did. But it's not a game, it's an experiment app. The $15 price tag is just embarrassing.
Great game. I can't recommend it enough.
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