No turn based, so no Fire Emblem or Pokemon, which are both excellent? Alrighty! Here are 5: Mario Kart 7, Super Mario 3D Land, Zelda: A Link Between Worlds, Animal Crossing: New Leaf, and Kid Icarus: Uprising. Hope that helps! :)
Sunset Overdrive, Halo, Ori, Quantum Break, Kamiya's new game. All exclusives which make me happy to have bought an XBONE & PS4.
Um... you pay $60 either way, so no.
"I do however value highly the worth of impartiality" Then proceeds to spit in the face of impartiality
Indie games need to be cheaper, as do older games. New games at $10 per week is decent.
Upgrade? What upgrade? I own all three systems, but the XOne was the last one for me. I didn't "upgrade" from PS4 to XOne, I simply bought another console :/
The problem is engines are sort of the language that the game is written in. Building the game in a new engine would mean re-doing nearly all the coding and pretty much rebuilding the game. Not a really easy thing to do.
Didn't they say they're experimenting with their model?
I love using my Kinect, but currently it's just being used for voice controls and doesn't justify an extra $100. Thank god I got my XOne for $100 off, so the Kinect was pretty much free.
Wow! The same year! That's quite the improvement :/
Because it's Nintendo XD
I agree. For all the mainstream media outlets that looked and reported on the game, it got publicity it never would've gotten otherwise!
This. 12k in a week is nothing to boast about.
Well... I don't understand UFC, so...
I agree with the message, but not with the source. I can't really take Little Orbit seriously...
Still a successor, so...
Except last week Marvelous AQL announced it would be localizing the newest HM, not Natsume.
Nintendo has 10+ billion in the bank. What are you talking about?
" As such, I don't believe that Nintendo is going to be pushing for it. " That's what the article was pretty much saying ;P
That's just like 2 weeks, not awful
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