Haha, well that certainly helped. Good point.
I convinced my tattoo artist to look it up for the trippy art style alone. It's certainly going to be special.
Possibly, though I think they'll first try to make lightning strike twice. Additionally, the developer, Destructive Creations, is already made up of several people who previously worked on The Witcher and such, as a lot of studios in Poland and that area have emerged from Projekt CD Red and the likes. Not saying it's not possible they'll now go somewhere similar though, like The Farm 51 or People Can Fly.
And I do believe that PS4 and PC players can play together, so yay!
That's just always going to happen. I also have known smaller (mid-size) publication who use their community for free games, in a rather similar way: Ask every single company for giveaways, then either let the same staff members "win" each time or just hide it and collect the better goods themselves and only give away the scraps.
Bootleg Pokemon! Gotta love it.
Sure, dude, go play the hell out of it; you're welcome. There's a link to a prior article, by the way, for that whole "not liking" part. Someone hit disagree on you for raising a point, so I'll hit agree, even if I'm not 100% on board with the post. To answer the "how" question, in the hopes it is one. The answer is simple: Bias. It's the same as, for instance, Patreon, where a financial contribution ahead of time is mo...
OlliOlli is going to be a blast on 3DS. Can't wait for the second either.
True, it's not necessary, but I think they managed to handle it within the bounds of the acceptable. I read it more like they wanted to reassure Nintendo fans that they know what they're doing, so they don't need to draw conclusions from their competition. Ucraft comparisons would be made inevitably anyway.
Agreed, I'd be surprised if Ground Zeroes DIDN'T get put up as a freebie to coincide with the launch of Phantom Pain. But if you can't wait that long, this is a good price to "test" where the new MGS is going. I think that's what many people did back when Zone of the Enders first came out.
Ubisoft needs the source code, it's a bit different. Though, I'm sure that'd be a good place to start, if you didn't.
Titanfall had a release in April for Xbox 360 as well.
The site has 400 approved stories on N4G over roughly 2 years of time, if you were as quick to do a split second check as to post hysteria on a hiccup: http://n4g.com/source/home/... - Not saying that puts it off the hook in a tecnical sense, but the 1 in 400 chance makes it pretty good odds. Just saying though, feel free to keep the report up, your prerogative.
"2m ago" - Checks out.
That picture isn't the tease, as the tweet in the article doesn't show any image. That image is from Moon Chronicles on 3DS.
If Ubisoft is known for one thing, it's mos def that the PC version will not be the best.
Nathan Explosion! How did I not see that? That's a good one.
i agree. I think this is going to be very beneficial for both parties, but that one in particular.
Oh sweet. Haven't found myself a comfortable mobile device to play these games on, but more classics are always a good thing. Well, officially.
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