They launched in the UK today! Check out a local supplier like Forbidden Planet. ;)
My bad! Can a mod fix this?
You clearly haven't been on N4G too long. Check the numbers in the URL, the lower the are the earlier your piece was submitted.
No, I submitted mine hours ago. It was approved ~15 mins ago.
Yes, Brevik. I think there's a lot of people who want you to make that.
YES. HELL YES. Yes.
Haha! I'd love it if you could actually do that!
You're right, that's where the stumbling block was (and Sony weren't too keen either, but were more willing to bend). Electronic Theatre reported on this over a year ago, but Blueside still seem passionate about creating a multi-format console version.
Fixed. I didn't include PS3 originally as it's a video about the PC version. Also, the game has not yet been ruled out for Xbox 360 according to the e-mail we received from Blueside directly.
Better late than never...
Well played, PS3. You da man.
It's more like Commandos or Jagged Alliance - tactical rather than guns blazing.
So it doesn't have a random assortment of letters from which you need to make words, then?
That's probably not going to be the case. Given that UK RRP is typically £49.99 and US is $59.99, I'd guess it'll be $30 in the US. Still, you never pay RRP these days, so you'll probably find it for less...
US was announced last week.
Anything who thinks this isn't going to sell faster than wet s*** off a shovel doesn't have a clue about the modern games industry.
Looks good, but still a bit too 'action hero' for what the game will actually be like...
20 mins isn't enough to get an informed opinion of a game like Saints Row 3. Look at AC3, if you play that for anything less than four hours you'll go away thinking it's an entirely different type of game...
I would like to say that so many of you are missing the bigger picture. It doesn't matter what the film is, or where else in the world it's available; in one territory MS has gone to the effort of securing the rights to a big name film before it's general release. That could've been a game or DLC. But instead, they spent money on a film. What does that mean for the Xbox as a brand? It marks a turning point in the move towards 'entertainment' as opposed...
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