I believe Jim Henson died from some form of pneumonia, as well.
I'm pretty much a noob when it comes to PC gaming, but I have a few titles on Steam I'd like to play... would this app allow me to play my Steam games with my PS4 controller? Thanks for any help.
Agreed - typical gamer feelings of entitlement.
Iwata described their mobile model as "Free-to-start" -- meaning, you'll be able to play the full-fledged game without needing to make in-game purchases for gear, etc., but you will be limited in how far you can get in the game until you then make a payment. More like a game demo than a freemium.
That's a shame, nidhogg... you're missing out on a lot of excellent games that exist for the WiiU!
Zelda + ICO + Last Guardian = Want
Same here - I'm on the east coast of North America, and I'm still seeing the April offers. Anyone know what time the May free games show up in the store?
^ ^ ^ THIS!! I completely agree - I think MS, realizing how poorly they've managed Rare since their acquisition of them, are now realizing that the true fans of the company are yearning for the excellent platformers from back in the N64 days. Playtonic knows this, and now MS is sadly trying to hop aboard their hype-train.
"Apparently MS wanted Conker to hit store shelves by the end of 2015, and Insomiac refused because of the short dev cycle. MS wanted Conker out the door really quickly, because they wanted to reintroduce audiences to a bunch of older IPs that MS were planning on rebooting for 2016-17, like Perfect Dark and Banjo." There's Microsoft's quality assurance for ya.
Hey - I'm posting this in every recent article pertaining to the WiiU. I just now learned about this whole "Deluxe Digital Rewards Program" offered by Nintendo - the deadline to register is at the end at the end of this month. If you own a WiiU Deluxe, head over to this page: https://p.nintendo.net/delu... . Log in with your Nintendo Network ID (which then registers you into the program.) When I did it, I came to fi...
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