An interesting concept, but I didn't like this compared to Rush. Rush was a way better game. Edge's controls were pretty hard to use.
Quantum Break* get it right please...
Alone? I won't be alone on Valentines. I have my PS3 to keep me company... and my PS4 =D
People actually send him angry messages to him for making such an infuriating game. Sort of the same situation with Phil Fish.
Only 3 million? And there's still high demand? And Titanfall is surely gonna sell consoles anyway? You act like that isnt a lot for a 3 month period...
Now you're just being silly. You pay to buy card packs, yes, but that's just like any card game in the real world...
It says that the only thing that carries over is the special card you get for using the store... :/
It's really good, but then problem is, I don't want to invest too much time in the beta because my progress will only be wiped when it releases... and yet I still keep playing :(
I'm guessing those 9 games are the tags... well... thanks for letting me know.
The Lego Movie Videogame anybody?
Really? I thought I came home from a 10 hour shift... ate a McDonalds... and browsed the internet. Guess I thought wrong... The last time I actually played a shooter would probably be Ghosts... in december... for about an hour... then I got bored...
They required the license recently yes, but EA have been known to make Star Wars games, so perhaps they managed to get Visceral to start a game a year or 2 before the licence was obtained.
Probably their Star Wars game maybe to be revealed at E3.
Its like Free-to-play games... the base of it is free, but to actually make high quality stuff, you have to pay for the stuff. Its like, say with GameMaker. To actually export to other platforms than PC, you got to buy the other parts of the engine.
YOU'RE TOTALLY RIGHT. Let's not make a post about this so people who actually want these types of jobs DONT SEE THEM.
The salary offered is like my dream salary.
5 Billion of it was probably on "free-to-play" games too...
No mention of Quantum Break anywhere... sigh...
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