The trick is for people to actually buy them.
If true, this just depresses me.
Well, it's more effective if you beat the rush. :p
I want to buy this, and I have an Nvidia card, but I think I'll wait a while.
None of those MMOs are exclusively on the PS3.
From a transportation perspective. Star systems were not destroyed by the implosions of the relays.
.... say what?
Karpyshyn's ending sucked. LOL And a book doesn't change depending on your playthrough.
Why not try reading the article instead of prejudging? (For one, I said there's nothing really wrong with the endings unto themselves.)
There's a diff. In "The Arrival", the relay didn't self-destruct. It was slammed into by a massive asteroid. I'm sure the self-destruct of the relays were controlled explosions.
Er... sales have plummeted on ME3 thanks to the negative word of mouth. I'd say that wasn't a vocal MINORITY.
Hey, NYC Gamer. Ask devs on iTunes on how the marketplace is almost impossible to be seen. Please notice the devs getting $2M. Tim Schafer. Brian Fargo. Former lead developers from Star Wars: The Old Republic. Guess what they have in common? (Hint: not indie development.)
No. Just... no. The MOST Kickstarter can raise is $2M. Do you know how much it costs to make Call of Duty? People raise money for films all the time in this way. It never results in The Lord of the Rings or Titanic. Plus, Kickstarter overcrowding will sap funding. Just look at the iTunes Marketplace. You better be well-known to get money.
Here's a video of co-op in the Japanese version.
I have no idea where you get the idea that Mark Meer is a bad actor. Having played both, Jennifer Hale's lines seems like she's trying to do a bad imitation Dirty Harry.
I hope it includes Achievements.
Someone will trade up for him. I'm betting the Dolphins will if they can't get Peyton.
Oh, hell yes. Playing an RTS with actual people being the units. :D
At the very minimum, that's 3 games for $70. They're expecting relatively low sales of the Vita, so this could spur some sales.
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