We meant more that they could have shown the 360 version. It seems very strange to put a release date above the Xbox One version of the game.
You're right about the 3DS sales sentence: our mistake. Thanks for letting us know! We're not counting out Zelda U entirely though...we have a feeling we'll see something at E3.
No, I just think why should taxpayer's money be spent like that? If I am ever unemployed, which I will be one day, I would not just live on the dole. I would actively try to find a job, which this guy doesn't seem to be doing.
I'm not bitter, I just dislike people that sit around on their arse doing nothing, wasting governmental and tax-payers money on unimportant things like games.
I agree with you on that. It can help. However, normally reviews of a game come out before the game's US release as well, so it's not really that important.
And YOU disgusting people are the reason why the government is low on money. Lazy.
Really? I see absolutely no good points to be being a British gamer. Do enlighten me. (I'm the author)
I wrote this piece. Just to answer some of these comments, there are other games apart from Angry Birds on iOS. Infinity Blade, Modern Combat, Street Fighter, Call of Duty: Zombies, and many more. And as I said, I wouldn't buy it as a games device. It's the fact that it does more than just games.
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