Have you seen this?
Capcom = suck.
Apparently you're not missing much...
I doubt it'll take the lead, but it'll be a key player. Especially for indies.
It was submitted moments after the game went live, it's just taken this long to be approved.
Yup. Probably my LEAST favourite VF character.
SEGA is the bigger company - more money to market it with.
Play.com sell imported products. This is an official European release, through an official European distributor.
Only just been confirmed for release in Europe.
In the UK 360 has 'Classics', PS3 has 'Platinum'. Nintendo used to have 'Player's Choice', but they haven't done anything with that range in years...
Where are you based? The UK RRP is £29.99, so the USD price tag will probably be $39.99 from day one.
I really don't think this is as bad as all you guys are making out. I think ut puts across the message of what type of game Borderlands 2 is pretty well.
If the PS3 version had sterescopic 3D, so will the 360. Both consoles have been able to do it from the same date, it's just that Sony made more of a fuss about it.
And the PC version?
Hmm... wasn't too impressed with Asura's Wrath myself.
Call of Duty? You're kidding, right? As much as this is annoying me, I'd much rather another Pokemon title refusing to use new tech than a CoD that forces it down your throat.
I do disagree with the Elder Scrolls comment though. It may be the same basis, but each game is functioanlly different thanks to the advances in technology, not too dissimilar from Zelda.
And as for saying "fanboys without game history knoweldge..." Well, I've ...
Use the 'Gale of Darkness' engine. This is Nintendo we're talking about, they have tech falling out of every pour. It wouldn't be hard for them to slap it onto 3DS and expand on the core features.
I mind. I used to love Pokemon, but Nintendo have taken it too far. Give me a new, fully 3D (not necessairly stereoscopic) Pokemon RPG.
Street Fighter is a beat-'em-up, Streets of Rage is a scrolling beat-'em-up. That's how it's been since the 80s/90s.
And I don't get what you mean about the linking thing - near every website links to their own articles when relevant...
This is the retail release. Hit the UK today.
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