They couldn't sell it. They tried to get it in the UPC system, wouldn't work. No big deal, I have plenty to play. Getting it on it's original street date was just very appealing.
"Fallout 3 - 25 minutes in high quality video Intro video, beginning, customization and life in Vault 101."
I mean, the video quality was horrible, but the game looks like it's a blast to play. What a great month for gamers. Especially those with the sense to own both systems.
GTA 4 was leaked, & that series has a much, much larger fanbase. That didn't really affect sales. I don't know anyone who actually has a modded 360, either.
I'm torn on whether to purchase this or not. Lately, I've only been buying/preordering open world games that have tons of content & replayability. This game looks great, though. I may need to trade some stuff in and get a copy...
The 80s station will get a lot of play. There are maybe 5 songs I recognize between the rest of the stations.
I already had it preordered, & now I'm reassured it was a good decision. All I wanted was more Saint's Row, & it looks like it delivers in spades.
I hear that the biggest complaint with the newest installment is the sometimes hectic battle system. Anyway, the only thing that really would stop them from releasing another is poor sales. They've released so many so far, why would they stop now? I think we'll see at least one more from the current developer.
There were 2 beta codes. The moderator says he'll send any more he gets to people who already posted.
Not getting a key yet is such a bummer. Thankfully, I will be able to play it when it releases no matter what.
I was really hoping to get one before I went to work.
I played my rental copy for a few hours last night, & I'm digging it. The graphics are a bit shabby, but the story is well told. The slo-mo "action cam" moments are cool, too. Obliterating a sandbag wall & the nazis behind it with my bazooka squad for the first time was a highlight.
I got that deal with the Fallouts as well. I think it's on all the Interplay games that they carry, if you had signed up for the beta before it launched.
It was kind of underwhelming, but I wouldn't say it sucks. it's pretty fun in a big, stupid, Micheal Bay kind of way.
I wonder if looking like John Belushi on steroids will help me get a beta code....
You don't earn money in Fable 2 the way you do in typical RPGs. You aren't likely to amass an insane fortune without getting into the real estate aspect of the game, from the sound of things. So it's good news that you don't have to be logged on for ten hours a day for your in game investments to pay off.
Since there are so many games coming out at the same time, it's nice that I'll be "getting paid" while I play Fallout 3, Saint's Row 2, Mirror's Edge, LBP, Dead Space, etc, etc, etc.....
...a paid vacation to wherever Tyra is filmed, & hundreds of doltish soccer moms cheering at the sight of his 12-year-old-boy looking body.
...should star Ray Liotta as Kane & Kurtwood Smith (Red from That 70s Show) as Lynch.
It's not an amazing game, but it's a good one. There's plenty to like about it. I'm glad I didn't pay 60 bucks for it, but it's a great rental. I can't imagine someone being disappointed with it as a rental. If you're a Star Wars fanatic, you'd probably love it even as a purchase.
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