Not sure about that price, especially as it doesn't have a Play & Charge kit included like the original silver pad did.
Does anyone actually use the social apps on a Vita? I've got rid of all mine...
Meh. No way this'll come to Europe.
That story is a rumour based on retailer postings. This date has come from contacts within THQ.
The core fans bought the game regardless of what anyone else said, that's what makes them 'core'. If they sat it out they weren't part of that demographic, no matter what they think.
Read the article.
This DLC wasn't planned from the start - it's a reaction to the reception from the fans. And it's free for early adaopters (the core fans).
You're reading this all wrong - this is one of the very few examples in which DLC is a BENEFIT to gaming.
"Any better" than what?
I'm looking forward to giving this a proper go, though I'm still not 100% on it.
Works fine for me. But there's a bigger, HD version on the original site anyway, so you might want to check that out!
Bads. They's all bads.
I don't think it's specifically Chief, but it is just typical sci-fi space guy.
AWESOME. Bet they'll be hella expensive though.
There is online co-op. There has been for three games now.
I think this sounds interesting - an old fashioned shoot-everything-that-moves style FPS. Bodycount tried it and was criticised despite actually being good fun, hopefully Alien Fear will fair better.
DLC is one thing, extra episodes is another...
What, in the natural position that your thumb rests? Yeah, OK. ;)
Put the analogue stick in the right place. More games use analogue than digital these days, why does digital still have priority placement?!
Mate, they's been "in the business of gaming and making people feel better" for far more than 20 years... prior to videogames they were a toy manufacturer. Prior to that, they made playing cards.
Yep, this is another one I'm looking forward to. Loved the first.
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