Spawn needs his own game, done proper of course.
AH, HELL YEAH, SPAWN IS AWESOME
and the world did end in 2012, sorry guy there're not that considerate.
I totally agree, being secretive about it isn't working. They should've got ahead of the rumor. Now potential customers investing into the next gen will probably lean towards ps4. Dispelling the "always online" rumor would've helped MS. It would've put the hearts and minds of those looking forward to the 720 at ease. They might not be talking about it because it's true and it's too late to rebuild. It's just speculation but in this case not saying anythin...
Its because internet providers aren't reliable and the internet tends to go out sometimes. No one wants that especially if you have a system that depends on it.
If there is any truth to it, it's more than a middle finger. More like a cock up the arse
Which they'll see a drastic decline in both if they choose that option.
No, they really don't.
Did nobody like the Force unleashed series?
Turn the company over to me and i'll usher in a much needed revival for the company. One that would make it contender in the video game market, and not just a company skating by on it's previous success and handheld sells.
Not as powerful, in that it is weaker. That's why he laughed. I like nintendo but what they're cannibalizing their own product. A weak launch, with weak titles, with a long wait for quality first party titles. I'm laughing right now just thinking about it.
I got this strange feeling they aren't gonna do this game right.
that kings funny, still gonna disagree though... well maybe not just have to wait and see which is better
if it's the one with the always live internet connection. I might not get it.
The very worst, i hope they aren't that stupid.
bayonetta with 1 n, and the game is a sequel not a leftover port.
It would be great, all they have to do is market it right, and sony is pretty good at marketing.
Yakuza is no successor my friend
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