I couldn't agree more. :( What's sad is that she clearly loves the character and wants to do him again, but they just won't call her back.
I honestly believe that at $10, we're going to see lots of content coming. This game has a ton of room for growth, and I think could potentially be the new multiplayer game of 2013. That 'old reliable' that everyone falls back on when they run out of new games to play.
Yes. Just yes.
I think that most of us would agree that if we loved MGS, David Hayter would be on the top five list for sure... maybe even top three.
Anything to squeeze another dime from you. :)
What would you rather see? Or what makes videos of other people playing the same game more fun/entertaining?
I agree 100%. Breath of Fire may need a little refreshing, but it certainly still has a place in this world, especially among its fans.
I disagree with those who have mentioned that these games are not being talked about. They are, but only when there's new stuff to say.
I mean, how many people are honestly going to go "Yeah, remember that game Deep Down? I still like it and still think it's going to be awesome."
My, aren't we witty?
What a fantastic read. It was quite amusing.
I think you nailed why this is an issue in the first place:
"...I also know that female and other minority protagonists are relatively rare in gaming, especially if you're looking for legitimately well-developed characters."
This is exactly why Luke wrote this article, and why it is an issue in general.
Only a select few knew she was actually a lady... :)
This is what I'm worried about most, especially with all of the murmurs about PS4. I'm worried that $70 will buy us a 5-6 hour game only, with DLC and micro-transactions 'completing' the experience for us. I'm not a fan of the episodic game play either.
"Have some extra cash? Why not spend it to expedite your progress in your game!"
I get that life is all about moving quickly and technology and speed, but goodness what happened to just enjoying a game the way it was meant to be played?
Only if you aren't using them, it isn't. For me, it certainly would be.
There is a lot of confusion about BC, and frankly, the topic gets me heated beyond belief.
I will say this: there are people who believe BC isn't important to a consumer purchase, and maybe it isn't, but I can say that the convenience certainly isn't something to take lightly.
There are people who say that BC wasn't always available, but they've been doing BC for a long time, and it became more prevalent when we moved to a disc based media...
Thank you for creating valid and accurate conversations based on facts and not on asinine opinions of feelings.
Coming from someone who reads these 'douchy' articles, I'd rather see someone's opinion than 45 people post the same piece of news over and over again. :)
I can be on board with this.
It wasn't a duplicate. I used the title from where I pulled the article by mistake instead of using the source title. I have fixed it now. It doesn't change what the article says though.