Nah, it used to. Long since overtaken - It's in that Guinness World Record Book for Video Games.
Ten games in just four years. That's pretty intense really. At least they tried something different with the go-karting game.
It sounds like they won't be. But they are doing something new, not working on Anomaly. Very interesting.
It seems like such an odd time to move. They must been working on The Witcher 3 for a long time, and you got to wonder why they felt so over it they had to leave this close to its release. That said, heaps of respect for the way CD Projekt run their business, so maybe there isn't any secret to it all.
No its Avoid Sensory Overload apparently - http://n4g.com/news/1454640...
I really enjoyed this game and its little physics driven platforming puzzles and was surprised when it didn't really pick up strong reviews across the board. Well worth checking out.
Always stoked to hear about a new game, but I am not too sure what I really got from this trailer. Other than the fact the visuals look awfully pretty for a mobile game.
That Avoid Sensory Overload game is freaking awesome!
Let's home From Software doesn't nail them for Dark Souls violation... This whole King thing is such a joke.
Karting games started and peaked at Super Mario Kart for me, but this is still a steal at $2
I like that the developers name is Force of Habit. Seems fitting for a game where coffee is a power-up.
It's a great game, but I can't wait to see what they do with Game of Thrones! here is a directly link to Wolf on the App Store if anyone wants it - http://georiot.co/TheWolfAm...
If I could get to 37 I'd do a backflip
Yes, check out Papa Sangre II - http://georiot.co/PapaSangr... - it's a game you play with your eyes closed on an iPad. Its narrated by Sean Bean (from Lord of the Rings) and it has him trying to lead you in the afterlife. Pretty cool.
Lol - I was thinking the same thing. Or some Nic Cage overacting...
This has a style that reminds me a bit of a top down Madworld. I was quite a fan of Stranglehold, too (camera aside). Hope this is a success.
I know there are about five of these a year now, but for the most part I find them pretty solid fun. Plus I haven't enjoyed a vertical shooter for a long, long time. Ikaruga maybe?
Gameplay beats soundtrack for me, but still, this looks promising.
Man I love that movie.
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