I can understand if somebody is not interested in their products, but nobody should want Nintendo to die.
I would think that your cloud backed-up saves would alright. I could be wrong though, the article didn't mention if the corruption was limited to your HDD or SSD.
Nothing better to do, huh?
If this pans out, then I'll be dying very often in glorious current-gen beauty.
Eh, I'm sure that they'll patch soon enough. I haven't really bothered with group messaging yet.
Only two more months! :D
It definitely can. Personally, I like what we've seen so far.
Also, keep in mind that Aliens: Colonial Marines and Alien: Isolation only share a name. They are otherwise two completely different games developed by two completely different developers.
Yeah, this is disappointing. This means that once you've reached a certain level of skill and comfort with the game, they'll basically just become cannon fodder and will probably be farmed for points.
Nintendo fell by more than 1400 positions? Jeez...
Same. I'm not sure what he/she is trying to say. Are they trying to say "6 Games That Have Never Been Sued", "6 Games That Have Been Sued a Great Deal", or "The 6 Games That Have Been Sued the Most"?
If they are trying to say "6 Games That Have Been Sued", then what's the point? Many games have been sued.
What a mysterious title.
The game looks like regurgitated cat feces.
I would consider:
(Say what you will about CoD as a series, but you cannot deny that CoD4 had a massive impact on the military FPS genre)
- Dead Space
- The Last of Us
- Batman: Arkham Asylum
- Dark Souls
- The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim
- Fallout 3
- Gears of War
- The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword
- Mirror's Edge
- Red Dead Redemption...
LOL Brilliant XD
Not a bad proposal. Not bad at all.
In the words of Mr. King: "I have a dream!"
I like what I'm hearing about the game thus far. Some people are trashing the fact that it gives you a motion detector, but I think that it amplifies the horror aspect by basically telling you how close death is to you. The latest GameInformer gave some cool details.
Seemingly everywhere now-a-days. He's basically omnipresent.