It's never explained. Hey, if FF8 was really meant to mean this, I tip my hat to them.
Final Fantasy VIII explained. http://squallsdead.com/
I have pretty much become numb to any type of "horrific" acts that happen in video games. Don't get me wrong, that doesn't mean I'm numb to real acts of violence and torture, but in a game, it doesn't bother me. At least anymore.
Thony Hawk....I'm an idiot.
This article's title should be changed to "How to get hits."
Where's Bubba? Or maybe Troy? Oh, I forgot. the GTA series started with GTA III...
There ya go. That's all that matters.
I know I wouldn't have given it that. Skyrim is a good 8.0 out of 10 in my book.
Or. OR! The reviewer really liked the game. You're right. That never happens. We'll just throw it up to a money hat.
Let's hope they get all this sorted out soon. This is a great game to be played on the go with the Vita.
Thank you for the kind words. Music can make or break a game. I have a ton more I wanted to put into the article, but I went with this just to try to cover a good variety.
It's a great game. All for 15 bucks.
I'm so glad someone else is excited for Dust. That game looks fantastic.
@Blastoise So, what would you give the game instead?
Exactly, Jabberwocky. 10 out of 10 doesn't mean perfect. For ZTGD.com, a 10 means:
"This honor only goes to games that we feel will be remembered for years to come. It is a prime example of superior game design. This is a title that everyone should play as it defines what it means to be a gamer."
Yep. P. Walter Tugnut lives in an RV, drinks a ton of beer, loves guns, and enjoys shooting stuff.
It's definitely still a quest dungeon game that requires some level grinding. Everything just feels more streamlined in Mk2. The story, combat, and exploration all flow really well. The goofy humor is back as well. Pretty much what you would expect from something NIS would publish.
This game was greatly improved. The first game was a chore for me to play, but I actually enjoyed playing mk2.
That, and maybe Pokemon Black and White 2. If you're into Pokemon, that is.
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