Seems kind of weird that they'd use such silly specs as placeholders, but it's good news that they weren't final.
I watched an episode of the original Star Trek last night and none of the three redshirts in the away team died. It was very disconcerting.
I'm glad they've got a schedule planned with these - sounds like they'll need a few to get the game into shape.
I'm glad the Carpe Fulgur guys have dug out another obscure(ish?) Japanese title to translate for the west. Recettear was pretty cool too.
It's a bummer you need Origin for the PC version of this.
He (that is to say, me) has played FM2010, as it says in the review. Plus a few Championship Managers before the split from Eidos.
Blizzard always plays the long game, it's just what they do.
Flux in not-yet-pre-ordering Diablo III shocker!
Dragons are a bit played out, but it does have a bunch of other mythological beasts in it (hydra, chimera, griffin - with more promised).
He says it's not on rails, but in a way that suggests it actually is. Molyneux is a mystery man.
This sounds mental. I like it.
I'm intrigued by the addition of actual leg-based running to a racing title, but hey, maybe they can pull that off.
Sounds like I can look forward to being murdered over and over again by the sadistic nature of this, much like Demon's Souls.
The reveals of Batman, Darksiders 2 etc coming to the system were a real surprise. Hope Nintendo can build on that.
Who doesn't like hunting demons?
Yeah, it's coming 2011 but the guys I spoke to wouldn't be drawn on WHEN in 2011. So that kinda gives you a span of 3 months to a year away.
I hope the burning sheep attack is still in there ... guess I should read the review and find out, really.
Especially in this case. It's actually a good one, it just can't deal with the intricacies of the game.
I've always wondered whether that bright yellow jacket is really the wisest zombie-battling attire
8.6 should be enough to avoid a pair of concrete shoes from 2k
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