For Christ's sake. Who gives a crap about the graphics of the game?! It's about the gameplay. If the gameplay is good, I couldn't careless what the game looks like. Hell, look at Minecraft.
I'll give you that. I guess I just walked into the right spot and saw it. The GPS has failed me numerous times so far, but damn, I can't help but love the game.
If he would have walked a little farther into the garage, he would have seen where he needed to drop the juice boxes...Think, McFly, think. Also, I take it this guy never played Fallout: New Vegas.
What an idiot. Why are you on N4G? Get off this legitimate website that never has misleading titles, and never has any fanboy flame wars.
What, pray tell, would make it a "non-standard" review?
LOL! I like the way you think, bro! You wanna hit up the new zombie map? I got a ton of Mountain Dew and the new Rise Against album to frag to! GamerTag:Sup3rN0Scop3s_420
LOL. Nice one.
I love all out comments, even if they're bad. That means they're at least reading out stuff. A person's biggest fan are the ones that hate him the most.
Well that's not nice. I write better than this guy. ;)
My God, look at the press this "article" is getting. It's a glorified release date announcement with a few features. Always love the misleading titles. Must be trying to get more traffic and hits so they won't be denied a press badge for E3 next year...
I know, right? I mean, I buy a case of Mountain Dew, turn on some punk rock music, and pull all nighters on the 360 with my buds EVERY Friday night! Add me on XBL! GamerTag: 3li3t_Sn1p3r420
I can promise all of you, this is supposed to be a joke.
Dude, there must be something wrong with your Kinect, OR something wrong with you. I had no issues with the game and it can easily be the best game on XBLA to date. You just don't know what you're talking about. I'd give the game an 11 out of 10. Mah.
It's from a different website. The video is the same, but it's from a different source.
LOL. I'm starting to believe this guy works for Playdead games. If you really believe what you just stated, there are a few things to be considered.
1. If you don't like what reviewers have to say about games because they have never been in the business, and that you only want to hear the opinions of game developers, you should really stop reading video game reviews.
2. You have just labeled yourself as a Limbo fanboy by calling it a masterpiece. ...
I hate feeding the trolls but I have this juicy T-bone steak in my hand and I just have to throw it. There is no way in this world that your response was a joke. The last time I checked, when writing a review of a video game, the focus is on the game, not the author of the review. You personally attacked the writer without any thought, and the fact that you copied and pasted what you wrote in your blog is down right lazy. If you seriously made your response to be a joke, you really need to ta...
Your review of his review is trite. It is a good example of how trolls on the internet act when they don't agree with something. Instead of saying "I don't agree with this review." you attack the review and the writer itself. What should be done is giving examples of why you disagree instead of attacking the writer.
I give your review of his review a 0.12
The Good: Nothing.
The Bad: Your presence still plagues this website.
The Ugly: Your...
LOL. That's cool. It can be a very complex game if you make it that way, but you can keep it simple and still have a great time.
I used to use Blue counter spells and opponent creature controllers mixed with White spells and creatures that would add to my health, but this was way back in the day. Like around the Portal days.
I love the game, but it still bothers me that I can actually make a deck. I have to use pre-made decks. I guess that is to keep people from just playing the video game rather than buying the actual cards. Still, I want my White/Blue deck...
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