Just disappear dude.
XBO policies are bad for costumers. They restrict gamer a lot and take away the right to do whatever I want with my game. I really don't understand how are M$ supporters so happy about this nonsense. Your "ownership" of the games you bought is basically nonexistent. I wont support the XBO; and I dont give a damn how many console exclusives they have. It is as simple as that. The right to do whatever the hell I want to do with my stuff is a fundamental thing ...
For me; she is better.
F$CK SE! Just focus on the main game before thinking about sequels!!! I was so excited for this game because I thought you really learned from FFXIII dissaster and because Nomura actually knows how to make great games. This is your last chance to make it right; if you screw this one up no one in the world will give a damn about you anymore.
Battlefront was 3rd person. I want this to be 3rd person too.
Now they have my curiosity. I did not like the first game :P
yeah, but in the article they are basically saying it is a timed exclusive; so it is not a matter of IF; it is a matter of When.
They are saying basically it is timed exclusive. As any other 3rd party exclusive M$ had for the 360. Games are to expensive now; so the developer can not ignore the other half of the market.
DC:Universe Online and PlanetSide 2 dont require PS+ to play! :D. I still have PS+ till 2015 though XD
I just want the PS4 to be hugely successful. :D
I thought this was already known. Ground Zeroes is like Virtuous Mission in MGS3:Snake Eater.
Looks really. The demonstration was fun; because it looks like Bungie devs were high LMAO! XD
what a waste :0
Bayonetta 2 and X project are the only things appealing to me.
a bit hard for a gigantic box to be portable though ;D
And because Nomura is directing the game.
FFXV trailer destroys everything I have seen.
Greatness awaits! :D
haha! I agree. FFXV feels like nextgen FFVII. Bloody Fantastic!!
After FFXV video; I am thinking about giving this game a chance. XD
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