At least Bethesda still supports modding
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I meant they were one of the companies to create it, I know there were others. They were just the first to implement it
Sony invented blu ray, which pretty much quadrupled the storage space of a DVD but kept it the same size. With their new flash based storage, I'm sure there gonna be just as innovative
299 seems perfectly reasonable considering everything this thing can do
I'm impressed with it. I like shooters that don't take themselves too seriously
Why do people that make these videos always suck so bad?
Amnesia is so amazing.
It would be a while before the next halo game came out. We're talking 2012 or 2013, so stop bitching about a new halo coming out every year.
Piracy will always be around, no matter what platform. Better games = more sales not less piracy = more sales. The sooner devs realize this the better
I live an hour away from Raleigh, it's nice to know the industry is doing well there
If there's any game I would shell out extra money for a collectors edition, it would be this one
It's sad that in law nowadays it's all about who's got the better lawyer and not who's actually right
I beat Halo: Reach on legendary and I must say you get so much more enjoyment and satisfaction out of it when you play it on hard. I really began to assess each situation before I went in, checking my ammo and considering what guns I had. I felt like I was overwhelmed, and outnumbered, instead of like a walking tank. It was a much more rewarding experience, it emphasized game mechanics that I would have missed had I played it on normal
As long as they have really good deals like Steam. I can go to the store and get Crackdown for like 5 bucks but on the marketplace its 20. It'll be just another way for companies to rip us off. If the only way to get games is through them then thats a monopoly of sorts
That picture is an epic win
I got it for 30 dollars from amazon during a sale and I thought it was well worth it. I was a little skeptical because of all the negativity from critics, but after playing it I was blown away at how good the story was. The gameplay was fun, the graphics were great, the city felt real, and the soundtrack was awesome. I think the critics were comparing this game to GTA, which is not fair. Granted, they are very similar, but they are two different experiences.
How the hell did they manage to outdo Uncharted 2?
I keep trying to think of a list but then I remember another amazing game that's coming out and my list gets messed up. So I'm not even going to bother