I've long dedicated my entire living room to gaming, so why not? Don't snooze it. I wasn't sold on it until I had some time with the HTC Vive. Of course, a much better experience than Google Cardboard stuff. Take-Two is snoozing on it if they are going to sit around and "wait and see". Snooze it, lose it!
All these trailers lack the emotion like in this game trailer: https://www.youtube.com/wat...
Wrong info. It's a SANDTROOPER. Or some modification of it. " Their armor was augmented with cooling fans and a helmet sand filter. In addition, they wore a survival backpack stocked with extra rations and water." http://starwars.wikia.com/w...
Munch, munch! Or waka-waka! That PAC-MAN DX+ is an awesome deal!
Here's my bit: Played it. Enjoyed it. Annoying review. Painful to watch. Argh. [[POWER OFF]]
I love my legendary boomstick. Thanks Bungie.
Bah! Great game. Bad review.
In same place where someone else reported the problem, the boss battle at the end of chapter 3 (The Dark Lord of the Lycans). http://t.co/pplCGWI
Sounds like another G4TV review slip up. Remember The Elder Scrolls IV Obilivon review? 'Nuff said (and why I no longer give any weight to a G4TV game review).
Bad comparison. Really bad comparison. That's all.
Here's another SWEET reference, from Eat Sleep Play's tweet - http://twitter.com/EatSleep...
The first soundtrack was amazing. I was waiting to hear confirmation on this and I'm glad Jack Wall and company have returned for part 2! I've heard a few samples, and you can expect some new stuff and variation to some of the classic tunes from part 1.
I played through it was was about half that. But there is replay value in it with the challenge modes. I liked the game and I'm a fan of the series.
I'm not surprised. Sounds like more RRODs are happening after the system update too. It's just too bad Xbox 360 customers aren't standing up for themselves. We went through quite a few discussions a week ago on this: http://www.gamingbits.com/c... and I'm sure there are many more to come as this snowballs.
I agree that it's hard to believe. What I'm sharing is what has happened to me as a fact. Anything over a couple of repairs are unacceptable. Especially when you're dealing with the same issue. I don't expect Microsoft to disclose a number on what percent of failures there are, but I'm sure it's no where near 3-4% that they've claimed. I'm hoping you really stick up for your rights as a consumer and hopefully propose something to do about it as a Xbox 360 customer.
My playing time before 8th Xbox 360 died was 2 minutes after being off all day. Believe it or not, playing time is not relative to the Xbox 360's RROD. Most of the ones that died were played less that 1/2 hour before breaking. It's extremely frustrating and I'm hoping to share this story to spread awareness on the problem. As a consumer, I would have quit supporting the platform. Because I try to keep balanced coverage on the website, I try to keep a working Xbox 360 around to keep up with th...
I totally agree with you. I would label myself, and any consumer, as a sucker that would have to deal with this going into the 9th Xbox 360 system. Were it not for the reason that I try to keep up with all gaming platforms on the website, I would have been generous to stop using the Xbox 360 at RROD #5.
I thought online would be easier than it is. Man, it's tough. Lots of fun and fast paced. I think there is a divide with gamers on this game just like it was when the Wii first launched (during Wii Sports). The critics get overly critical and just don't know how to have fun and enjoy the game. I'm surprised at the amount of poorly reported features on a lot of the reviews. It's definitely the most fun I've had on the Wii system since I got it in 2006.
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