This will be dope.
A lot of my favorite games on that list.
I'm actually considering picking up a Vita, believe it or not.
That's a tough one to answer. I'll have to think on it.
Looks must-have for me
Yes, I am referring to Bim10. Did he used to be a part of the IGN forums? We were good buddies back then.
Welcome back Bim. Haven't seen you in a while. Stop by the forums, would you?
ROFL this was epic
Until you get a headache to go with it, you're still not a hardcore Virtual Boy gamer.
Definitely agree with this. Tons of creativity and talent, being put to use in mediocre fashion.
What? IndieGogo for funding or the game itself?
I'm losing track of the Layton series. When it was holding by sequel number 4 on the DS I still knew their names. But by now it's getting hard to keep track of all the sequels. It's too bad because I really enjoyed the series.
I never knew about this guy! Thanks for sharing
Playing MGS1 was the first time I told myself, "Wow, games really have the potential to challenge Hollywood one day."
I can see this happening with advertisements and maybe game footage, but I can't see them porting demos to iOS/Android. Unless they created a new team dedicated specifically to porting demos and creating control schemes that work for mobile.
No, it's mushroom flavored.
Nintendo's always "overcompensated" in other ways. Not to say the lack of graphics oomph doesn't hurt it, because it does. But they always make up for it with taking a different route for innovation, their famous franchises, and fun gameplay.
It's not a revelation that the COD community is casual. The revelation is that Activision actually admitted to it.
Good review. Definitely going to buy this game.
X looks incredible. I'd rather stare at its graphics any day over the boring style in The Division. The Division only looks good from a technical standpoint.
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