Was it the PC version? He could have, you know, cheated with hacks.
I find it a little hard to believe too.
I'm guessing you're hinting around at Allied Assault.
EA and Disney are not LucasArts. They're not as fan friendly and may attempt to slap a cease-and-desist.
With Gary Coleman again?
Quality? $60 for an unfinished game is not "quality". It's a beta version.
Ok: Two words: Hell, yes. Heck yes? Golly gosh darn to heck yes?
The 960s are surprisingly inexpensive.
Two words: Fuck yes.
I don't doubt it. https://en.wikipedia.org/wi...
You forgot Crackdown 3. The Xbox One is doing fine. It's Microsoft's PC gaming market that's having problems.
Well, the Win 10 titles have really high system requirements (you need a monster rig for Quantum Break). Also, the saves work for both PC and Xbox One, so you can go between both. Sony's been doing it with their handhelds and consoles. It's growing the market. People who own on Xbox One will buy the XOne versions because they don't want to worry about requirements. This won't hurt the XOne, and it certainly won't hurt Microsoft, since it&...
You say that like it's a bad thing.
The game is still going to be made, thanks to private investors.
LOL "If you made the mistake of actually buying it."
LOL Yep. Think ArmA III, but you can have the zombies zerg rush their encampment.
It's gotten good reviews, though fans have a mixed opinion on the new card system. GameWatcher gave it an 8/10 score.
Terri Brosius! WOO!
You jumped embargo. Not cool.
Read a little more. It's pre-alpha, and the boiler plate is so that Microsoft won't sue.
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