MS should stop wasting money on JRPGs. Their user base doesn't buy them, hopefully they learned this last year. This is a big mistake and they need to learn from it and go forward. Natal is not the answer, just another mistake. Be yourself MS,not Nintendo or Sony. Concentrate on 1st party devs and new IPs. This is a must.
Axel= favorite Org.XIII member by far
that was sacarsm
" very alarming noise" lol
Mr. Happy. casual gaming FTL
RPG fans have been starved for too long. The hunger will again be fed tomorrow.
I just want me damn Sony exclusives. They are piling up nicely. 360, not so much.
the one generated by the media since E3? it's only been 2 years since the last one.
Ah yes the world renown law school alums keeping the courthouse systems, in my otherwise beautiful country, full of justice.
Give me all my favorite ps2 games upgraded to 720p on one BD and we'd be in business. Who wouldn't buy that?
in development since 2004 It can only be so good if it's taken the jack offs at digi guys this long to produce nothing, but rumors, renders and screen shots.
wish tools of destruction had trophies
play and like it half as much as I played 12
this game is starting to remind me of Too Human or Duke Nukem Forever. It can only be so good if it's taken the jack offs at digi guys this long to produce nothing but rumors, renders and screen shots.
other high scores a la GT GTA4/9.8 Halo3/9.8 MGS4/9.3 Gears/9.1 Gears2/9.5 FO3/9.3 LBP/9.4 KZ2/9.2 COD4/9.4 Didn't watch it don't like spoilers obviously it's a good game. You already heard what Geoff and the Sess said.
my wife would agree, but you know what? she spends as much time as I do, playing crappy flash games on her lap top, like most of the women on that survey. Hypocrites one and all. Or with her nose stuck in some god awful book like the ya ya sisterhood.
that Sony would stay king of the JRPGs?
Bad timing, Oct, could they release it in a more crowded month? I was dying for this game back in August but now there's more than enough to keep me busy.
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