Hell yes, Game of the Year!
Could not disagree with you more. Bring it on I say!
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.
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