Many directors do in fact do a lot of research into the source material... just not with video game films.
You would note need PS+ to access EA Access.
Damn, I wish they gave more context to Adam West's involvement. It was kind of just like, "Oh yeah, Adam West plays Batman too."
This isn't real, people. How many of these things do we have to see before people get it through their head? This one was particularly lazy about where the photo was taken (in a bedroom). It's also completely safe. Almost everything on that list has been announced already and Nintendo has gone out of their way to say they're going to show off a lot of games for the first time.
I'm personally not that concerned about the graphics. I'm much more worried about how repetitive the game will be.
I'm more interested in the Wii U version too. The fact that it's so far off (if it even comes out at all) is really disappointing to me.
And what was your reason for putting quotes and pointing to the article? It doesn't say anything remotely close to that.
It was an odd decision to release two somewhat similar heavy hitters so close to each other in the first place. I'm not surprised this happened.
At this point, I'd love for Nintendo to just buy Platinum outright. The guys at Platinum seem to like the idea, at least.
Nintendo has shown footage of the Wii U version. It looks fine.
Platinum would be a very fitting second party developer for Nintendo, I think. I'd love for Nintendo to buy a majority share in the company. Which of course means they won't.
What the hell? Why would Nintendo go out of their way to secure it as an exclusive if they were going to have so little faith in its performance? Do they really expect it to sell a ton of copies in the west? I'd imagine that Japan would be very attracted to this game's presentation.
Absolutely. A banned account means that person isn't paying to renew that account. And they aren't paying for DLC either. That's a lot of lost revenue for MS if they go ban-crazy.
This is one of the problems of making Xbox Live a subscription-based service. Microsoft has little incentive to cut their customers off from paying them money every year.
Oh, I'm not getting the Xbox One at all. I wasn't the person that hit "disagree." I think my first reply to you reflects that. I'm still interested in the PS4, but I am a bit bummed that they're charging for P2P multiplayer now.
It's more like: We were watching consumer polls and pre-order numbers and didn't like what we were seeing.
I'm not reversing my stance either. But it's disappointing to see how many people are quick to forget that until yesterday, this company was going to screw you over to their heart's content.
The Xbox One definitely has a very clear goal. And it doesn't include anyone that can't afford to feed Microsoft a lot of money.
N4G: comment first, read the article never.
The Wii version had fantastic controls. It was so satisfying to shoot an enemy in the knee and then pop him in the head.