Just PC, sadly.
Sorry, my bad! 8/10. ;)
In the UK it's Avanquest. Not sure about on the continent.
They are scrolling beat-'em-ups, of which games like Devil May Cry and God of War are modernisations. Traditional beat-'em-ups evolved from titles such as International Karate into the likes of Street Fighter and Soul Calibur.
This is true of North America. Other territories? Not so much.
Yes buddy, yes. I'm with you on this one. ;)
Consoles are easy and cost effective. They will always be first choice for the average man on the street, at least in one way or another.
"SCEE has re-issued the single-player trailer for the UK audience."
NA yes, PAL no.
Lucreto is right, Dark_Overlord. You should probably read the article...
It's great timing for the PS3 version to be on PS+ - especially with all the shared content!
This is from a UK website. Came out today in PAL territories.
Yup. Already states that there is plenty from launch in the article! ;)
Heh, I picked the image! I only went for it because the logo didn't fit and the screenshots we have on file are a bit washed out. But yeah, it is art for the game. I didn't think it was that bad as you can't really see her butt on the thumbnail view...
Not looking likely: "same dates on PlayStation 3 and Windows PC, with details on digital versions for Xbox 360 and Nintendo’s Wii U console to follow."
That's the US edition, which is multi-format. PAL release is today and exclusive to PS3.
Really? Even though it'll probably cost the same as the retail version? I'm going for the disc. Discy disc disc yum yum.
Well then head out to a shop!
Are you Europe based?
Sadly, while I get what you are saying your point was defeated in your first sentence. "GAME and Gamestation have always had a minimum of £40 RRP on every new title." With the exception of budget titles, the RRP of new releases in the UK is £49.99. EA and Activision put out £54.99 RRPs, hence the likes of FIFA and CoD having crept up to £44.99 in stores.
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