The scrims were likely the reason they changed it.
How did this get approved. It's not even about Firefall. It's some Razer article from August 30th.
Here's the right link: http://www.examiner.com/pc-...
Something needs to be clarified when comparing this game to Halo. Both sides are correct, unfortunately.
Yes, Tribes came before Halo. I doubt a good chunk of today's gamers know this. Bungie themselves have said they were influenced by Tribes when making the game back in 1999/2000. However, Hi-Rez is putting a lot of modern elements into Tribes: Ascend that can be seen in games like Halo and Call of Duty. Spotting, sticky grenades, SMG's, pistols, etc. The list...
InstantAction tried this and failed, though this is launching with a decent library so it might have a chance.
Actually HiRez has recently said a PS3 port is possible. Anyways, I'd much rather have the option to pay a flat fee upfront with everything unlocked, while also the f2p aspect where you can earn things just by playing.
This is just a fraction of what the community doesn't like about Tribes: Ascend. Besides, this clarification doesn't help calm things at all, since they shouldn't have messed with a loadout system that worked perfectly fine for over a decade. The thing that made Tribes so great was the freedom. The freedom of movement and freedom of options.
You could pick and choose whatever loadout you wanted in previous games, so long as they are supported by your armor(i.e....
Then give us traditional controllers.
Sigh. Another 'F2P' game.
I was under the impression it streamed games. Is the Walmart implementation different?
Nice to see the PC version come first, especially for a game like Tribes. Shame about no modding though.
The community has found a work around by using Tunngle ( http://www.tunngle.net ), at least for the PC version. As far as I know PS3 users are SOL unless they use something like Xlink Kai.
I hope Lulzsec is happy now.
Well now I'm hungry.
Gritty these days mean darker/browner. No thanks. The first Halo was pretty colorful, which I liked.
Nice to hear at least one developer not sucking Kinect's dick these days.
That's because it is...
If only my internet was fast enough to try out their service...
I like how all the Sony fanboys are reporting these stories.