Yeah, I went on Amazon earlier this week trying to make a few purchases for the PSN like a $20 card and some DLC that I saw on there for really good prices, only to find that the PSN store no longer exists on Amazon. I'm not sure why. They did the same thing to the XBL store but at least they still sell XBL points and gold cards.
I got Mario Kart DS years ago and I still play it down to this day. It's awesome. It's right up there with the all time favorites, Super Mario Kart on SNES and Mario Kart 64.
Am I the only one who noticed the image not matching the story? PS Awards, not PS rewards. Anyway, great! Of course this is just for the Japanese market right now but I'm sure the North American one will show up soon enough. That means more discounts to come on the PSN! :D
Well Square-Enix, you may still remember it but it was already forgotten by me. It's a shame really, I used to want to play this game a lot before it came out on PC.
I have to limit my spending this month...... There are at least 5 games this month that I want. How do I pick which one to leave out?! :( I want them all!
I'm really thinking about getting a 3D display or TV now that all of these big titles are getting it; and I was never one to care for 3D at all.
I will be picking up my copy next week for sure. I just hope that it's at least as enjoyable as Shattered Dimensions.
Coo. Looking forward to the F2P stuff coming in October.
Yeah, the FIFA series has always been very popular. It's a bit strange that Konami would pick a release of PES on the same day as FIFA. =/
Well, Naughty Dog is owned by Sony now, so I highly doubt that. Still, it would be cool.
Actually, it does have an online pass (and that is not because of Sony or D3Pub). That is a Level 5 thing. It was the same with the original game. You needed a pass to access the GeoNet (for those not familiar with the series, that is the online side of WKC). It's on the back of the manual. I'm playing the game right now. Also, in America White Knight Chronicles is not published by Namco Bandai as stated above, rather it is published by D3 Publisher....
Yeah, these type of articles are rare. Good to see people taking the time to remember/commemorate something important like this, even right within gaming.
Unless you meant the service charge, which I concur, it can be a bit pricey for those data plans. :/
$49.99 is too expensive? That's a lot less than the $200 they were charging with Verizon.
This is the same price that DirecTV charges their subscribers for the service. And want to know a secret? People buy it. A lot of people. It's not for everyone and I'm sure SCE isn't expecting it to sell like hotcakes, but there are some people who will subscribe to it. At the same time, if the video is any indication, the $300+ price tag is not necessarily charged all at once. It may be divided into $80 something increments. I...
They have had plans to do this for a long time. When I used to work at GameStop some years back they had iPods in the system for trade-ins. Of course at that time, we couldn't do it. Well, anything for profit I suppose. Meh...
I love Ministry of Sound but I'm not a fan of dance games.
You pay for XBL to play online. So yes, you are forced to pay for multiplayer for both used and new games on the 360 (extra if it's a used games from companies like EA). Stop being a fanboy and open your eyes. "Sony and the rest" only make you pay for online IF you buy the game used. Now, getting back on topic - While I'm definitely getting Gears 3, I'm not much of a fan of DLC so I wont get the season pass. However, pe...
@ZeroTolerance Oh wow, that's a bit of time. Was it an early build review copy or was it code for the retail copy of the game? Curious.
Hmm, played both on the PSP and of course they are among some of the best portable games out there. I didn't realize reviews were already going out for the collection.
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