"Just a little bit more" until the price of a PS3 becomes reasonable here...
I am interested in this one. I am not a fan of western stuff but 21st century makes it playable for me. Even if it was a great production, I remember dying of boredom when playing Red Dead Redemption, just because I don't like the setting.
i am so buying this game.
Wing Commander, Ultima...
All my hopes about Dragon Age went down the drain with the release of DA2. I have little to none hope regarding the DLC turning things back on for me.
Origin was a great company. It turned into a "social network" in the hands of EA... Such a shame.
I am willing to hear about how many NPCs will there be on battles (the last battle of Oblivion was a disaster), and how interesting the dungeon designs are (Morrowind dungeons were much more better than the repetitive Oblivion designs).
The story reminds me of Vampire Hunter D.
I buy stuff over Play-Asia or Ebay, and sometimes over amazon. But whenever a friend of mine goes to visit US, I ask him/her to bring me games from GameStop.
The hype is probably because people expected more of Nintendo
2 things I like and afraid of. Google and Facebook. I am afraid of them because I believe sooner or later, I will see them in my bathtube or bed at nights. Love them because I will probably see them in my bathtube or bed as well. Lol.
*runs to buy popcorn* Yay! Another Press Start!
I want to wave my hands and summon a dragon. Fact.
Is this game any good? I haven't tried this one out.
I don't understand why it is not world wide.
I will buy Deus Ex and lock myself up to my room. Fact.
I agree with you on that one. COD to MW series was a good change. Now it is MW every 12 months... Then it will be future warfare and it will be FW every 12 months...
Sometimes I feel as if the gameworld is divided into Call of Duty, WoW, PES and Farmville...
Australia and their ratings. Already a legend of gaming biz.
I will charge 100 bucks from EVE just for the time I spent on solving that interface...
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