never played ff14 but would like to see the golden saucer again. ahh the memories. i wanna play that snowboarding bit rightnow
better not play like fight night
i wonder though how it's 15 hours for someone that knows it and 30 hours for someone that doesnt. if its on rails how can it be twice as long?
did you even read the article?
tomb raider has often had that kind of magical thing. like giant enemies and stuff in the previous games and old relics that turn out to have special powers.
criterion = amazing
why would the ending that shipped with the game not be the "real ending". here's an idea, the creators of a game define the ending not the people that play the game. if that was the case, and fans are loud enough, every ending in every game and movie would be changed. imagine if that happened to other things that you like? just because you don't like something doesn't make it your right to have it changed.
an english site has posted the info: http://www.incgamers.com/Ne...
very old news: http://www.incgamers.com/In...
depends on what they choose to work on. they can build the system like climbing and combat and whatever whenever they like and then add all that to the setting once they've figured it out. the coding and balancing of core gameplay takes longer than the setting so they will obviously build that first. it's not like a film/book/play where you work out the story first and then build the game around it.
will 2000 ever appear on screen though?
agreed. i like square. they dont always do the best games but they do do interestng ones
it looks interesting but i'm not convinced yet. i didn't know it wasn't originally a true crime game though which makes me more interested in it.
what yi-long said ^
excellent! and i hope the reporter does take another punch!
don't care if it's a scan. i'm desperate and i'm joining
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