I agree, paying $60 to be a beta tester is B.S.
Far Cry 5 is looking better all the time, all we need now is a Battle Royale mode.
I can't resist any game that has Open World Vehicular Combat!
The Earth Defense Force series is my favorite couch co-op, can't wait for the new ones coming out.
Awesome, "Rules of Survival" added 300 player battles too with two drop ships.
Don't get too excited, It's most likely a repackaging with some bonus in-game cash and DLC that has already been released.
I'm really starting to miss the days when you bought a game you got the whole game.
I've played all of the current "Battle Royale" games on iOS. "Knives Out" and "Survival Royale" are the exact same game. Same code and everything, don't know what the story is there. "Rules of Survival" is far superior, better graphics, smaller file size and works on older devices unlike the other two.
"Rules of Survival" on iPhone runs better than PUBG
It's time for GTA V to add a 100 player "Battle Royale" mode.
I won't buy a digital only console.
I was a pretty hardcore C64/Amiga gamer back in the day, I've never heard of any of those games.
I hate buying games at Walmart, everything is on lockdown. It takes half an hour just to find an employee who can unlock it.
Online only and micro-transactions are causing me to loose interest in gaming. I haven't bought a new game in almost a year. I was having some internet issues for a couple of weeks, during that time I bought Garden Warfare 2 and couldn't even boot up the game. I might be done with EA.
Still waiting for the wireless version.
Three new EDF games now! I must be dreaming.
Free on PS4 too, just dowloaded it.
Nothing wrong with nudity, we're all born nude. Religion has turned it into something bad, we need to reverse that.
Good to hear that Jeff Minter is doing it. So are they just renaming TxK and releasing it as Tempest 4000? I was really bummed out when Atari blocked the release of TxK on consoles.
There are too many zombie games, that's why the numbers are low. Stop making zombie games.
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