Kind of what I expected.
I can't keep up with all of the consoles!
I love what they are doing with Rayman these days. Wish I had a Wii U to try this out.
A lot of updates it seems like!
It sounds like the Wii U needs to update a lot!
Sounds sweet. Loved the second game.
Yeah, I wrote a piece like this after my friend was shot in Afghanistan, and Medal of Honor was something we talked a lot about. He had some really great insights about shooters and other genres representing war, and how it helped his PTSD.
I loved the original.
Some interesting stuff.
I've never had an interest in these games until this title. As a fan of American history it's right up my alley.
I've played one, but really want to play the whole series. I like the concept.
I agree. It's nice to get a break from all the shooters, and the Wii U will be a breath of fresh air.
WHERE IS MY NEW ZOMBIES ATE MY NEIGHBORS GAME!!!!
Good job, mate.
Hmm... Doesn't seem that tough. Almost every Target store in the Twin Cities is stocked, and quite well.
I'm serious. Someone please explain.
All things I've considered, but I'm actually quite excited to get one because it is so damn different. Of the games I've played, I haven't had much trouble adjusting to the button layout. I will admit it was weird at first. I'm also not fond of analog sticks being on the same plane (even for the PS3). I actually try to stay away from PS3 first-person shooters because the left analog is too low for me, so this might actually be better than that. ...
Please. I buy way more games than the average bear, er, American, and I haven't shopped at Gamestop in years. It's not too big a deal. What the big deal may be is the lack of an Internet connection for people who can't shop for games online. In some places this could be a real wall for them. Heck, I worked in Alaska for two years, and if I could only buy games online, I wouldn't have bought too many. The download speed was barbaric, and there were restriction...
I'm only interested in Zombies, though "multiplayer player" sounds new. ;)
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