Reads more like an 8.4
No probs. I was a little confused!
It's a retro feature looking at PS2 budget games that didn't blow. There is no question .
You get credits for uploading discoveries. The fact that they get wiped is negligible
Didn't find this useful. You still have to find resources to fix crashed ships; a very time-consuming process.
You're right. It's a low budget, unfinished, game that's being sold as full price. It makes Dead Island look like something from the far flung future.
Minecraft can get away with having basic graphics as they're heavily stylised. 7 Days to Die's graphics are both basic and horrible; there's no artistic flare whatsoever.
Wouldn't be surprised to see it on Plus\GWG within 12 months.
It's on PS4 too, even though Sony doesn't allow Early Access.
People would have still clicked out of curiosity
Poor list. Aside Minecraft, the others are mediocre at best - not terrible, just very average. Blast 'em Bunnies and Zheros are the worst games I've played this year so far.
A revamp would make an excellent VR experience.
Pretty sure Atari could fit all 100 games on one disc...
Killer Instinct: Season Three...aka Killer Instinct: Xbox All-Stars.
I really like the Double Dragon movie. A good, brainless, flick.
Their quality of footage is good. Way above standard, in fact. The hosts soon grate however, using the same quips again and again. "I really had a super fun time with this one"
That image looks fake, Bioshock Infinite has already been free and Lichdom: Battlemage is only around a month old. Giving that away for free would be a huge blow to those who bought it at launch. It also arrived to bad reviews - Eurogamer said the framerate is atrocious - and so I'd like to think MS wouldn't give that away for free due to quality reasons.
The use of the word "drop" in the headline makes it sounds like the retail release has been cancelled. Odd choice of words.
March's freebies are apparently Sherlock, Lords of the Fallen, Supreme Commander 2 and Borderlands. Source: http://www.hotukdeals.com/d...
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