What annoys me is retailers are only selling the special edition here in Canada, and I only want the game without any excessive physical/digital things. Because of this prices are 45$ when I bet the game alone would be $30, its $25 on PSN.
The style of this game reminds me of Puppeteer on the PS3, check it out on youtube.
I'll be picking this up once I clear out some of my back log of games, by then hopefully it'l be a little cheaper.
Exactly, there is always microtransactions as a possibility.
Probably aiming to switch it for microtransactions.
damn, I already clicked it :(
They already explained it.
Such a cool package. The box even fits inside the bag it comes with.
Thanks for the notification, pre-ordered mine.
ND is running 2 series now as they split into 2 groups. Once UC ends with the side story releasing this year, that group may begin gathering ideas for a new series which may likely be open world. The second group will likely continue working on The Last of Us series until they decide to move onto something new.
Always be wary of the big 3:
Doubt it, but if EA wants to make more money that would be the place to start.
It shouldn't take long for the Digital version to have a huge sale on PSN.
I remember, this is a kickstarter game.
You can rent a game and give it a test run, but unless you complete the game you won't know for sure if you won't dislike it.
So rentals are beneficial if you plan to rent the game, beat it, and send it back. Otherwise you are just spending money which could have been spent on purchasing and owning the game. Depends on what is right for you, like how some decide research is right for them over renting games to make the best decision for themselves.
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I never rented a game since Blockbuster closed down in Canada, not sure were I can rent one now. However, all games I buy I research the details before I decide to make the purchase. I don't take reviews as the complete truth but as someones perspective on the game, I look at how players respond in forums, I look at game-play videos, I get a feel for the basics of the game and If I like it I will consider buying the game. Research is important especially if I am considering approaching a ...
People would like to know if they will enjoy it prior to deciding to spending money on it.
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