Overwatch looks like my type of game. I love the color and personality presented!
This is DLC done right, imo.
Why'd you and all these people click on the article, then, if no one cares, especially you? Seems counterintuitive. Sorry, but it seems like this article from some random site really hurt a lot of people's feelings. Hilariously so, too.
I'd love an E3 2006 style coming out party for the NX. I hope Nintendo's event to showcase the system is more like the Wii and how exciting that was instead of the wet fart the Wii U's unveiling was.
Interested in seeing some gameplay for sure.
Splatoon isn't an FPS (it's in the third person), but I know what you meant by that.
Not much of a wait now!
Looks like there will be a lot of longevity with this game for achievement hunters!
Yeah, I like the pace as well. Nice and easy!
As a casual observer of Western AAA titles, I get these two games confused all of the time.
I can definitely understand this point of view. Which title would you personally replace Dirge with?
"Unofficial data source VGChartz "
That's putting it mildly. Sorry, I don't understand why people continue to take this site seriously. It always fudges the numbers and then stealthily adds the real ones when they're given by the publishers, if they're ever even given. The site is the greatest con in gaming.
I really dig the art style. It's refreshing for this type of game.
I enjoyed both the original on Xbox 360 and then the Wii Remote-aiming goodness of the Wii version!
One of the few things the Wii U does right-- lots of demos compared to the competition. hehe
I know him more from Law and Order: Criminal Intent. hehe
Fantastic new additions! Happy to not only get these games but also happy to help charity!
Here's hoping it gets fans excited and makes them happy.
Just makes it seem like Activision has no faith in Infinite Warfare to sell on its own merits to me.
I agree. A lot of gamers and fans adore Modern Warfare, would love to play a remastered version, and want to do so without being forced into buying a game they might not even care about anymore.