Dear diary, Jackpot.
The title is AaaaaAAaaaAAAaaAAAAaAAAAAnnoyi ng
Some Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2 screens? lol
We will be able to fly/glide? Or was it only me who saw the winged arms during the video?
But maybe the Sony Guy is talkin' about it being released on PSP? Even though I be loving my 360 I know that I will never see a Sony owned company ever release a game on a competing platform. That would be like Forza coming out on PS3.
I think their liscence only covers past years of the sport... So like 07 and 06 cars. Not sure though =/
I hate it when that happens =/
Hopefully part II will be done by tomorrow
Hello Killzone 2
Hahah I love that comment. This was a very good article.
If only they put it in the demo... Imagine how much more it would sell
Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2 will be what is grabbing my attention at when this is released. Never was much of a Halo fan. And please stop saying Killzone 2 will own for years to come. Because I'm sure, like I got bored of Modern Warfare, Gears 2, Resistance, GTA IV and Fallout 3. I will be bored of Killzone 2. It is inevitable.
It's real... Delta force used to do it to enter behind enemy lines in dorder to avoid detection, they also did it to land on ships... But not anymore. They now do High altitude hige opening because parashoots that they use now-a-days are the ones that you can control fully (like a pro Skydiving one). So they can glide for miles and the aircraft that they jumpo from doesn't have to fly near the target...
The last time they said this, we got Rockstar Table Tennis... Which was good, just not what we expected...
Lol "Hiro kojima presents... A Jade Raymond game" - The best part in there
Once they said arcade, it annoyed me. F1 should = Simulation
The Phantom had a 120GB hard drive and was based on users purchasing their games via a download service that was like steam... Considering that this was in 2002 I think that it was too far ahead of its time.
N4G is a community of gamers posting and discussing the latest game news. It’s part of NewsBoiler, a network of social news sites covering today’s pop culture.