Article woulda been interesting if the author added screenshots of each game instead of artwork.
A fresh take on a survival game. Nice. I'd totally be interested
I'm a fan of Tell Tale Games. I love their style of interactive storytelling. It reminds me of those choose your own adventure books I used to read as a kid.
So.... Yes? No? Does the answer have to be so complicated?
Fantastic idea to drive the player to succeed in relation to the story.
Too bad they couldn't remaster those washed out low res FMV cut scenes
I agree. I read and watched different tutorials but the AI just knows exactly where I'm going even when the match just started. I switched to the button mash one and never looked back.
On a CRT television, FFXII on PS2 still looks phenomenal.
It's funny, because a lot of his arguments held true with Okami. The PS2 version had a distinct watercolor art style that was lost when remastered.
I can't read the article. Just keeps taking me to the App Store. Hmm.
1080p for life!!!
Considering N4g is the only place this sex tape popped up, I'm sure the internet is far from broke. They don't even supply a video (censored or not) to validate their story
Remember back in the PS2 era. Developers strived for "Toy Story Quality" graphics? Now consoles can surpass that. Pretty cool.
And touches possibly not being Black Manta, which pretty much makes this article 100% pointless.
I agree, I love that system so much that it's still hooked up to my old CRT set. Street Fighter Alpha 2 , Virtua Cop, Burning Rangers. All still getting play time... I just can't save cuz the battery is dead.
Yeah. Breasts are amazing.
Great games, but I feel bad never replaying some of those games again. With work and kids, The Witcher alone took me 6 mos to beat
Did they fix the sound? It wasn't as good as the original VF5
This is great. In order for me to be the best, I need that lag fixed... Who am I kidding, I suck at fighting games.
He's talking about how smooth the frame rate is, not COD or WWII
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