We never had any options to play anything other than singleplayer at the demo booth. There's still some stuff we haven't seen with the game yet, and considering how popular Return to Castle Wolfenstein's MP was, I'm sure they'll add it into this game.
Agreed. TellTale does some really good things with their titles
I have the same problem. I can play MMOs like crazy for a while...but then it kills me. It just gets so repetitive and boring.
You're not far off honestly. It's Tropico 3.5 mostly, but still fun at least
I've got somewhere around 60 or so hours and I've only done the first main quest to get dragons to spawn. There is a TON to do if you're willing to play the whole game and not just the main quest line.
It's not fun...at all. : \
Ouch man. I read a ton of Stephen King books and stuff and it played just like one of those to me which fueled a lot of my love for it.
Well keep your eyes peeled for the sequel too! Not to mention there is also DLC for the first game with 2 expansions. It's a really awesome game and it has some great story to it
Yea, I remember now. My mistake lol This is why people shouldn't work ALL of the time. It kills their braincells better than drugs
As I am the author, I can think I can reply to this. I said it might work depending on your setup. It "worked" for me, but at the same time I faced a number of difficulties while using it. If you read the end of the review, I point out that I was in a middle ground in terms of having a room not big enough for the Kinect itself, but the room isn't small enough to be easily using the Zoom either. As another point to that, my TV is too big for me to stick myself 3 feet in front of ...
As I am the author of the article, I can promise you I redid my entire Kinect setup. I still had trouble with it sensing me or my movements. I also have a room equipped with lamps at the corners, all of which were on during the gaming sessions.
The game is pretty awesome and I love the coop
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