I like the original on SNES, but the Genesis version of T.E. smoked it. But really it's one of the best sports games I ever played.
Since when did gaming have to separate itself to "men and women only" games? I know there's some games where it's geared towards one demographic or another, however if a guy wants to play some Barbie game, or a woman wants to play Fear Effect 2, let them.
It's the same BS with "only X and Y play video games." Makes no sense.
I'll pass on Destiny 2. After the lies and the way Destiny 1 was handled, I'll seek greener pastures. I know a lot of people will either disagree, down vote me, or debate why I'm wrong about Destiny. I'll give a short version why I gave up on the series:
The beta (saying our progress would carry over, then later say no; and saying how only pre-orders can get in, only to be told a day later everyone can join)
The Iron Banner incident with the Leve...
I get so sick of using gender as a selling point in gaming today. It's one thing if it fits the story, but it's another to just use it as a marketing ploy. Uncharted is one series I do hold high respect for, so I won't say anything towards the series (at this time), however I am getting sick of the propaganda just to fit some quota.
The issue I've seen with reviewers who only played a couple of hours of a game, they either like/hate what was played.
Frustrating game? 4/10 and nitpick everything, while the fan base believes 8/10. Easy game? 9/10, good game! While the player base says at max it's 4/10. There's a lot of games Ive played where the impressions was one thing, but the final area(s) of the game was a different score all together.
Not that I disagree with...
X-Men arcade! But both were damn good games at the time. I'd buy TMNT Arcade again if they re-release it for PSN.
The root of the issue is the uneducated will look at a review score as "the word" and everything else doesn't matter. Minus the trolling, and the paid reviews, numbers should only matter if someone played the game from beginning to end, AND paid for it. This way you can read someone who experienced what the game had to offer, not base their experience off less than an hour of game play.
I've mentioned once already, a 10/10 can still be improved, and havi...
The bigger problem is the customers who would be open to the idea would have to deal with data caps, or slower than average speeds and can't take advantage of the service. Where I live I have unlimited Internet, however some friends next state over have borderline dial-up with a data cap, so for them it would be a problem whereas I wouldn't have a problem. One guy can't even stream Netflix unless it's at night, and his friend is seeking other options which aren't looking...
As an option, yes; as mandatory, no. Biggest why? Not everyone has reliable, unlimited Internet. Until Internet is available for everyone across the globe, services like this is only a pipe dream.
I'd vote to get rid of the numbering/lettering system and instead post what the reviewers dis/like and let the reader put their own score down. I'd also vote if a person is a fan of the series, they should be the ones to review the games in question, not a sports fan reviewing a shooter.
Sounds like almost any other job really. I was expecting something like "mandatory OT or fired" or "QA passed by bugs to force deadline," not something you can almost hear at a Wal-Mart break room.
Still, I can relate to the person posting, since my last job was almost the same way (tech support for a high profile computer company), and working through a third party was a nightmare.
In short, if movies, graphic novels, and other forms of art/literature use nudity, what makes video games so "different" they can't also use it? The "Video games is for kids" argument is invalid at this point since there's a lot of games not designed for the younger audience.
Why wait till now (or recently) to fire someone who's racist when they could have a long time ago, and prevented this? I'm sorry but this seems like damage control over the fact the game does look lower grade compared to the previous titles. I've only seen some game play videos, but from what I've seen the game doesn't look impressive at all, and looks like any form of negative press the game is getting Bioware will use any scapegoats possible.
I remember the same thing when hip hop/rap started getting big. "They promote inner city violence."
"Make Xbox great again"
1. Market it as a gaming console, not everything else THEN games
2. Provide exclusives that even PC aren't getting
3. Have actual gamers market your console, not business wo/men telling us what they "think" we want to hear
I grew up playing violent video games. Does that mean I have violent behavior? No. I was taught right/wrong at an early age, and I also had a lot of people my age do some highly stupid actions (which some landed them either in jail or dead), so I was able to see first hand what would happen if someone did something they weren't suppose to. Although I am only one person, I can speak from 100% experience violent games did nothing more than to help calm me down from real life, and also h...
Surprised those didn't make the list. I still remember to this day the debates between Streets of Rage 2 or Final Fight which was better.
I wouldn't mind seeing some sort of HD remaster of the other games in the series, at least have all games under one collection for this gen like they did with the PS3.
After reading the article, I'm highly concerned of the direction our society as a whole is going. Instead of "put the phone away, you're bothering people" he's potentially getting jail time for "hatred?" Hatred of what?
My first question, if he's not into the "organization," why is he there?
Second, logically explain how pokemon go promotes religious hatred.
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