Indeed, I'm sure we all wish we had more time to play more video games.
I thought Kingdom Hearts 3 next year was for sure? Hasn't the release date been announced yet?
Yeah, my nephew and niece (8 and 14) are heavily into Overwatch lootboxes.
I don't even play FPS games and even I am tempted to play Overwatch.
Telltale rises what? Is that some sort of sexual innuendo? I'm not getting it.
Um. Real boobs don't look like that unless it's (very bad) plastic surgery.
Nice one, Blizzard. Rofl, the unequipping bug, nice one, players.
Thank you. I love Tales of... and Star Ocean though I haven't played all of their titles (just two each). I've played some of the others but I don't remember/don't like them too much.
They might be busy with their $5.9 billion acquisition (Candy Crush). I'm kidding!
Good luck on your game.
I like the article but the title is just pure clickbait. It makes it sound like Squenix directly commented about Atlus but they never did. *sigh*
I rather liked it. BTW, as the article points out, Aeris was very supportive of crossdressing Cloud. :D Loved it.
I played the PC version of FFVII and I got stuck when I went to the Gold Saucer and just never left. :)
Of course, it's because of $$$. Why would there need to be another reason?
Er, I read the entire opinion piece and I must say it's really all over the place. It brings up some points then never goes on from there. What is the author's actual stand? That the devs should have localized it or offered Chinese language support? Or that people whining about the pricing are wrong? I dislike stuff like this where the author is too scared or wishy washy to even make his voice heard. Come on, tell us what you *really* think! IMO, ...
Truer words were never spoken!
The graphics look like cancer, lol. Anyone else play?
Ugh, yes I absolutely despise slideshow articles. So annoying.
Your website took ages to load so I x'ed out. Sorry, I don't mean to be rude but I thought you should know.
"muti-plat in a FPS is more than standard fair these days" I think you mean "standard fare."
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