this is a ripp-off from the real interview that was posted here earlier today already http://n4g.com/news/828685/... Why did this get approved at all?
well, Rockstar went through the effort of putting up an dedicated page on their website, attributing it specifically to the v3.61 update, saying they got multiple reports, and that it happens on various games, singling out that the added security checks might be the cause for it overheating .. Those are all rather specific items they mention, so I don't think it's too much of leap to claim something is afoot.
hmm, let me look at that chart, see what I'm missing out on ..
Can't wait to get back into it. Was just starting to like the game when it went down. Hopefully they tighten the combat up a bit and better anti hack tools, but the game itself is awesome.
Still doesn't mean it's canceled, and certainly not officially. Under review means they are discussing it, putting the pros and cons together and such. I'm sure the lawsuit revolving the NCAA likenesses isn't helping matters either.
crediting the original/real story would be nice
I play the game, and yes, it's low
Too bad though, because in spite of all its flaws, I enjoy the game greatly.
You know that the PC version from Kingdom Under Fire II is different from the Xbox 360 version right?
The PC version is actually an MMORTS, so this might just be refering to that.
*plays the COPS tune*
Do you get to play with the bunnies? :)
I'm looking forward to this, it looks pretty damn good. Horses are usually hard to do, and they look really well done.
gross, sadly enough I didn't expect anything less from Kotaku
I'm sure people will like this, their games ARE hard to find :)
this is totally false, the date is set for Jan. 5, I just confirmed it
that is one tasty car :)
worse? I think it takes the cake
a trip to Italy .. tasty!
sounds like a fun mode indeed. Good to hear they are adding more and more different modes, it's not just a skin job anymore.
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