But 3 games from NCSoft... you didn't list any names. What games are they planning?
What's wrong with this site?
Read the rules. Games need to have a working title or be announced to be included on the list.
One of the best games of E3, if not the best.
Yeah, least year's presentation was my favorite of a non-playable game. Like a lot of the software at E3, it was running on an Xbox 360. In fact, there was only ONE multi-console game that I saw running on a PS3 last year (and it was *in addition* to an Xbox 360) and that was Hellboy: The Science of Evil. This year, I'm going to keep an account of what games are preferred to be shown on what systems when they're multi-console and report it on Gaming Target.
It'll have fun. As I point out in that Gaming Target story (the story is by Patrick Mulhern, but I added an editor's note), I'll be hitting that game up first. Tuesday's schedule goes: Nintendo Media Briefing, Sony Press Conference, Lunch, Fallout 3.
I get to play it on Tuesday :-P. It's the game I'm most looking forward to.
Mclovin? Who are you Seal?
Agreed. Too bad some movies (like Superbad) won't have such features since they released a hair too soon :(
This story's quotes are mostly fake: http://www.n4g.com/industry... ^Read how the Rolling Stone interview was different.
It's a shame that over 100 people have made (mostly) negative comments and have been duped.
Ouch! Last week? Hope you didn't spend the full $60. Worth it either way.
I didn't get a chance to play it in final form (But I too plan on it now), but I really thought it was great from what I tested at E3. I could tell it was going to be enjoyable. Like a next-gen Tomb Raider, minus boobs and glitches.
Yeah, but it was surprising that it didn't chart in the first place when it initially came out. Nice to know it's getting a second chance because of this deal. P.S. This SHOULD be approved because if you actually read the in-depth article about it rising past the ranks of dominate Wii-stuff, there's a lot more than that other alleged duplicate which 1) failed and 2) doesn't contain nearly as much research. Approve.
Just watched it, and it wasn't too bad. CNBC did a decent job for an outside the industry media company. Gave more of an unbiased history and a lot of interviews with developers, instead of opinion from non-gaming official who think they know what they're talking about.
Hah, good one. I guess you could say PS3 & 360 joined forces on this one. ;)
It's all about Kirby.
It's more like one hardcore gamer-approved Wii game once in a while (there are a couple good casual games), so that's why it sold well. Also, I'd say Galaxy was great as was Zelda.
I wonder if Mario Kart Wii (a name I loathe BTW) will top this? As much as I think SSBB is fantastic, I've been looking forward to a new MK for the longest time.
I don't pre-order anymore, and I never seem to have a problem going into my local EB Games and finding the newest, hottest game on launch day.
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