Agreed. All this format convergence is great - despite waht the naysayers may say, it's what gamers have wnated for a long time. Offering other services too is just the icing on the cake.
The problem is that it needs a great deal of support, and I'm not sure that I can see many people adopting Windows 8, Windows Phone 8, Windows RT Tablet and Xbox quick enough for MS to keep ploughing money into it...
There is a point ot be made here. I know it shouldn't be all 'well they do it...' but the games industry isn't the only booth babe culture around. In fact, it's the most youthful of a huge network of them.
Whole bunch of improvements there, but you might think they're a little late really.
GoME Hobbit details here: http://n4g.com/news/1097360...
Isn't it good enought to know that you can run it for now? We'll find out how well you'll be able to run it when it's closer to being complete!
Ha! That pretty good. I really want Let's Fish!: Hooked On now.
Looking forward to this.
Awful tattoo designs.
Interesting, but is it really any better than what's already out there?
I'm really looking forward to this game myself, and I do like the fact that you can continue to progress the same character from one set of skills to a whole new set.
You know that was announced a couple of weeks ago, right?
Not clicked the link then? ;)
There's an image of the new character in the article.
Yep. Wasn't a huge fan of the first one, but I'll be giving it another go!
I was talking specifically about DOA5, and it is really progressive. It's got some great new ideas rather than rehashing the same old formulas like most fighting games this gen.
I've played both, DOA is FAR more progressive than TTT2.
I've read some of the stuff you've submitted, just so you know. ;)
Pot: "Kettle, you're black."
Nope. You don't need to have won anything. You can call the game what you like, there are no rules.
The reason many publishers opt for 'GOTY' these days is because that's what generally accepted as being the version that includes all the add-ons. But again, they don't need anyone to have claimed it as being 'GOTY' to call it that.
Again, for all those people wondering, calling your game 'Game of the Year' means nothing. You don't need anyone - media outlet or otherwise - to have claimed that in order to call a product it. There are no rules, you can call your product whatever the hell you like.
They could have called it 'Game of the Millennia' if they really wanted.
Yes sir, why not indeed.
Works fine here in IE, Firefox and Chrome. What browser (and version) are you using?