Open world games are welcomed - just put a reason why we need to visit said place. Exploring is nice, when there's a reason to visit a new place. Visiting just to visit works in real life, however in gaming you have to provide a reason why we're going somewhere else.
They could always have characters leave your group, and just be an NPC. If they won't allow for characters to die, they must serve some purpose in the story itself.
You didn't use the F- bomb enough, so you're statement isn't as sound.
I agree though, it should be an option since it is M rated. What gets me about our society, it's acceptable to curse, murder, steal, but show men/women parts? Uprising! We need to stop this! My children! And other stupid remarks. Grow up people.
I'm surprised MS didn't come up with this idea sooner.
Here's an easy solution - don't buy games day 1. Wait it out, and when Bethesda starts to lose money they will have to either listen to the fans, or go under. I read the article, and it's another person expressing their hatred regarding the new policy from Bethesda.
I'm on the fence about it because we as a community have yet to hear WHY they're going this route. There's theories, suggestions, and thoughts, however until we hear from them directly...
99% of the time I'm either bored of the game within an hour, or motion sickness.
Makes sense in theory. I had to order some new micro USB cables since some of the ones I use are on their last leg, so having a lot of cables is one thing I can see. I do question the whole thing with the 3DS not having one, seeing how I wouldn't mind buying one on Black Friday; however Nintendo assumes we would have the power cord from the previous model to work on the new one, which a lot of us don't.
When the price goes down I'll think about picking one up. For now, I have a device where I can play all the NES titles I want, and can add/delete as I want. There are certain aspects these games have that todays games can take a page from:
Fun Co op
Simplistic, yet challenging game play
Excellent balance of risk/reward
OFFLINE game play
I'll try the game out because it will be a nice change of pace, and something different. Best part? OFFLINE!
I question how many units did we here in the US get? If they sold 261,000 to 265,000 that fast, I wonder how many were shipped here? And why do they have to buy their own power supply over there?
To sell a high number that fast means a lot of people really do favor a lot of older games over current gen. You can't beat simplistic, fun, challenging games with simple controls, simpler graphics, and co op on a good portion of the titles available. I still prefer to wa...
I'm surprised they didn't list Amazon as a comparison between the three.
During Xmas break I plan on playing, provided the game is at least playable then.
I'm black, and I 100% support ethnic characters in all games - as long as the situation calls for said character to be a specific nationality for the story itself. Being diverse just to fill a quota isn't what I'm referring to; I'm talking a good setting/story with a legit, good reason for a specific make for character(s) is what I mean. Mass Effect is an excellent example of what I'm talking about.
It's up for debate if Robocop vs Terminator was better on Genesis or SNES. I preferred it on Genesis.
IF they release a mini SNES, and follow the same "only allow X games with no room of expansion" I'll pass. I read the list, and there's a lot missing which helped define the system to be different than the Genesis. I still am a Sega fan at heart, but there were some SNES games I wish played on the Genesis.
Another reason why companies need to have a higher stock of whatever they're shipping to prevent this. Between scalpers, or the idiots buying into something $500+ for a $60 item, it's up for debate which side is the dumb one(s).
Streets of Rage
Ground Zero Texas
Sonic 3 and Knuckles
My concern is when is it actual, legit complaints, or over glorified trolling? Sometimes I swear the complaining is trolling just to see how far the argument(s) can go.
As far as gender specific pokemon, or genderless pokemon, who cares? Play the game, not genders.
After the 1.4 update I've started playing The Division again. I now get a sense of accomplishment instead of hours of grinding and have nothing to show for it. Before people start arguing time/effort/risk = rewards I come from roughly 6 years of Final Fantasy 11, and if you can endure that game, you can endure anything.
I do agree though, tech specs instead of actual game play does raise a big flag, especially if it's a major release.
I'll save you a click. It's already information we know up until now. It's basically "play for yourself" and "I can't comment on that answer."
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