As great as it would be for Nintendo to create more new IP's. Mario doesn't need to die. Why kill something that sells millions? Perhaps they should just tone the amount of the games produced for it though.
This reminds to buy the Yakuza HD collection when it gets released (which is hopefully soon). I tried playing Yakuza 3 but I just couldn't understand what was happening most of the time.
No, I'll tell you what's awesome... owning every single gaming console in existence including the PC. That way your not limiting yourself to any games that get released in the past or present.
Not much for console gamers it seems. I might get Malicious though.
It won't die because it's a ''rodent'' that many people love and adore just like Mario. It would be foolish of SEGA to kill an icon which they make millions from. His games aren't that bad either. I really had fun playing Sonic Colours and Sonic Generations.
I have to admit that although I don't play JRPG's as much as most people commenting here that I agree with Persona 4 being on that list. I enjoyed Persona 3, Final Fantasy X and Kingdom Hearts 1 + 2 for what it's worth.
I hope this doesn't become a regular routine when games become old especially if they are games like Uncharted or LittleBigPlanet.
Hopefully this game isn't just all talk. I mean I remember how the first Assassin's Creed game turned out so if they are trying to make it their next big brand they should work on it's quality and less about its future.
This is great news for THQ. They need more successful IP's like Darksiders and Saints Row to recover with their financial problems.
I would've said Zeke from Infamous but he sorta redeems himself in the second game.
That is quite strange, isn't it?
Damn straight they aren't. I think they'll be around for a long time too. I just don't see smartphone or PC gaming abolishing console gaming since their all targeting different consumers and giving different experiences.
To name a few at the top of my head: online codes, the charging of online, motion control, region-lock, limited backward compatibility, YLOD, PSN being hacked and of course the RROD.
I'm aware of that. But having full backward compatibility with PS1, PS2 and PS3 games would make me buy the PS4 in a heart beat! Of course it'll most likely have an upgraded spec, bigger hard drive and be much more convenient but all of that will be useless without any games for the console.
I'm don't they do either since Smash Bros is a series of games with Nintendo characters fighting each other. Bringing characters to a series that has nothing to do with Nintendo doesn't make much sense. Pacman on the other hand would be perfect since he was on a Nintendo console and seems to fit in.
I didn't see anything that caught my eye this week but I'm sure those free games that were given to us PS+ subscribers will last me a long time.
I wonder what goes through the minds of developers of these copied Apps. Don't they know that it's illegal and if they're caught they'll be prosecuted and most likely be sued?
As exciting as that sounds imagine what they could do if they made a video-game based on another superhero. Anyhow, I hope they add a ton of content and characters in the next game.
That's great to hear if it's true. Hopefully the development kits aren't that expensive either so more games get released for the Wii U by developers. They've learned their lesson from the Nintendo 64 it seems which was said to be harder to develop for so not many games got released for it. The only problem is ''shovelware'' which they should assess before games get released on their consoles.
Congratulations to Hakoom (which I assume is his name). Unfortunately, I've never had one platinum but I was close to getting one with Infamous 2. That'll all change once I've completed The Walking Dead Video-game by Telltale. I'm glad I didn't give in to the easy Platinums from games such as the Terminator or Hannah Montana because they would've stayed on my trophy listed forever.
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