For a basic platformer or something sure, but how many fighting games have you played where you get whooped to begin with? How long does it take in MMOs to get to the point where you understand every mechanic? If you see Warriors titles as 'just another hack n' slash', you're missing the point.
Has anyone actually watched these Circus 3D videos? Never bothered myself...
That's because they're from people who don't properly understand the Warriors franchise.
Actually quite looking forward to this. It's that left-wing game that a lot of systems have at launch which will have very mixed reviews, but for some will be original enough to invest in.
@frelyler Yes, you can. I have nearly 100 Xbox LIVE games on my WP7 handset, including some that support cross-platform play with 360 and PC.
Does the Xperia Play have full access to PSN? Does it use the same log in credentials? Friends List? Messaging service? No, I didn't think so...
Mario Kart is on Wii, and Microsoft's handheld is WP7- it's got full Xbox LIVE access on a mobile.
Medal of Honor was not my thing at all. Loved the originals, hated the reboot.
NFS will be good as long as it's the Criterion project, not another hand-me-down release like The Run...
No, this winter. This winter we're in right now. This one, winter. ;)
Forget the price, I'd still want one!
Same here. Played it at a few events and it's pretty good.
Nah, some of the events are still going...
It's working fine now...
The thing is, they don't need to market it to the fans. That's 1 million sales there alone, before they start with magazine coverage, billboards and TV ads.
For you maybe. Plenty of users still can't access it.
Not surpised at all.
Who said anything about a subscription? That's just one of the options. You can buy the games on OnLive in the exact same way as you would from Steam, just streamed rather than downloaded.
Nope. US too.
I'm not sure about this. Theme Park on the DS was realyly badly done, why would this be any better?
So who's playing this then? Don't think it's as interestign as it should be, personally...
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