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I think the point about the bluetooth problems is that it's not an official Sony controller. Some stopped working altogether after update 3.5.
Marmite of the gaming world, this title (in that it's derived from yeast extract).
The BBC is more conservative than it likes to admit; throwing themselves into dedicated videogame coverage is very unlikely.
I'd like to see the ideas here actually come to fruition.
But if the score had been 9/10 it would be a daringly original review... right?
Always good to see reviewers trying something new.
Wonder how busy the PS3 version will be three months down the line?
According to Play, 25th March in the UK:
After reading this article though, I'm not interested.
It's true; most RPGs hefting that acronym around aren't actually 'proper' RPGs.
So many WWII games, and yet no mention of the horror which secures its place in the public consciousness.
When - if ever - will the majority of mainstream media treat videogames with respect?
Will the 3DS be 'all that' as the young people are wont to say?
It's true, the flying is ssllloooowwww. My 2 year old daughter can run faster than that.
Nice to see these kinds of games making a comeback.
I would pay good money to watch the queen of England fight the Pope.
So the PSEye can do Kinect... nearly. Sort of. If you squint a bit.
Hmm, sounds suspiciously similar to this article published last month...
Always interesting when these fan movies crop up. Some of them are great!
I want these games, and I want them now!