Huh... I really assumed Ronald Reagan: the Game would've been number 1.
What, no Blast Corps?
I would've put Earth Defense Force on that list.
I'm amazed by the ESRB's decision to use * to disguise "curse words" in their professional write-up. They're adults, right? This is a factual assessment, right?
Agree about the draw system. The story is very good though, but the ending is one of the best of any game, ever.
It's been available on Steam for the last 2 months. I've been playing it on my Mac since then.
This is awesome news for a big Rush fan like me.
And I use my PS3 to play PS3 games. Doesn't mean that I don't want more HD on my 360.
Learned from mistakes? Great. Where's my cheap hard drive expansion.
I'll keep my launch PS3 that still plays PS2 games, thank you.
Now, if they'll give me $200 for my 20GB 360, I'll gladly trade it in and get a new one.
Wow. How can you have a top 10 without Diablo II, Starcraft, or, as much as I hate to say it, World of Warcraft?
Why mess with what's not broken? The original Cole was pretty cool.
This is silly. They're both companies who do things to make money. Every decision is geared to make money, not to care about fans.
MS charges for hard drive upgrades. Sony removed features in their "only does everything" except PS2 games console.
Sweet list. Used my $20 RDR credit to buy SMBG2 and will get a credit from that.
That's great. I'll keep my launch model with PS2 backwards compatibility.
1000 times yes. Blast Corps is one of my favorite all-time games.
Yes, current. You could make an argument for Altus. I really like the Persona games, but Bioware puts out far more good stuff.
And you can act like I'm not educated about old JRPGs. I cut my teeth on Final Fantasy and Dragon Warrior (that's what we called the DQ series before we knew better) and have played just about everything since then. Until Mass Effect came out, my favorites were FFVI, FFVIII, and Chrono Trigger.
Maybe I'll end up with enoug...
I've played every numbered FF game, including XI. I very much dislike XIII. It's better than none of the Bioware games I've played.
Bioware is the current king of RPGs.
EDF is a horrible game in every traditional sense but fun factor. There's just something amazingly fun about blasting those bugs with your friends.