Could not agree with this more. And I think that's the entire crux of the article, taking gameplay elements from Saint' Row.
If only we could decide what color the explosion was. =P
Care to elaborate?
Now that you mention it, Final Fantasy could stand to use similar decisions, just as long as their is a cohesive enough to understand what the hell is actually going on.
Exactly right. Cause I think the moment a GTA protagonist whips out a big rubber dildo, is when we're going to have some problems.
This idea reminds of Spider-man, where people would randomly be assaulted and you would have to react quickly to save them, or their red balloon. =P
But it's exactly this sort of material that is going to build up the eShop's profile. AAA or not, the game was extremely well-received and would have been a great game to play on the go.
Always been kid and family friendly? So I guess No More Heroes, Resident Evil, MadWorld, Dementium, etc. are family friendly?
Can't wait for Wrath of the Lamb either. I wonder if the port would have included the expansion too. Oh well. :/
But do you really think anything about this game is lawsuit worthy?
Nintendo is really starting to get on my bad side...
i did not know this, good read!
Seems like a pretty good reason to dust off the old Child of Eden Stick, I mean Kinect.
For what it is, the game is pretty damn fun.
I think we were the only site to nominate Catherine for GOTY, which is a damned shame considering how great the game is.
No mention of Soul Reaver's Raziel? Fail. :P
I'm actually replaying this on the PSP, and falling in love with it all over again. =)
I'm sorry but saying you are turned off by something and saying you are against it, are two totally different things. As a gay man, I would never say I'm against straight couples, or even lesbian couples just because their sexual interests are different than mine.
Kind of curious, what is it about homosexuality that you don't agree with?
New Vegas turning out as buggy as it did never surprised me. Obsidian, get your act together.
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