I'm kind of okay with the game being so similar to Far Cry 3. I had such a good time with the game it doesn't really matter to me.
Yea, I totally forgot about the trade in deal. That's a decent trade-in.
Why would you play both versions....?
I totally forgot about the trade in option. Good point!
Agreed, although he probably did play it.
I'll never understand why people scoff at those that like big releases. Indie gaming is cool but and independent studio could never have made The Last of Us.
Then dont buy it. Story over.
I could't agree more, although most people will call games like this a "gimmick."
I think with a few firmware updates the Retron could be awesome. Still, if you're not a hardcore collector, it's a pretty solid device.
This actually makes me want to play this game and I have little to no interest in UFC.
I wish the game was a little more interactive but I'm definitely looking forward to the beta.
It seems like a cool game but I don't know how long the Nemesis system will be entertaining for - it doesn't seem that deep.
If you go to yard sales where people don't know that much about games there's still that thrill of the hunt.
I love hunting down old school games, but they just cost way too much these days.
My favourite Sonic is still Sonic 3. I'm trying to hunt down a copy but it's always so expensive.
Agreed. I like most old school Sonic games, just not the first one.
The game hasn't changed, that's for sure, and that's the main thing I think is wrong with it. I feel like Sonic 2 and Sonic 3 offer vastly superior experiences, especially Sonic 2 (it's level design is awesome).
I think I was 3, maybe 4. I played it a lot when I was around 7 or 8. Regardless of my age, today, the game just hasn't stood the test of time.
I still like the game, but only for nostalgic reasons. If I didn't have a childhood connection with it... well, I wouldn't touch it ever again.
Possibly, but I have a feeling Nintendo probably offered them some money. He has a cult following.
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