F*ck PETA and so forth.
Oh man! That's where I first played this!
Yep, you can download it on PSN. It's the PS2 version, but you can play it on PS3, which is pretty rad considering it's only 10 bucks instead of the $100 some people are asking for on Amazon for a copy of the original.
I'd recommend you give it a chance. It's pretty great!
I said "best platformer in recent memory," not of all time. That honor would go to Super Mario Bros. 3 or Super Meat Boy, two games which are better than Ratchet and Clank.
Also, I'm a freelancer who works from home, so no one cracks a whip behind me ... because there's no one physically behind me. Ever. Because I work from home ... in my room ... not with colleagues. Not sure if I can simplify it more for you. But you get the idea ... hopefully.
Yeah, that's definitely a nice addition. Great to see stuff like that being created for this game.
You should totally check out the demo on the game's official site. I'd wager to say it even plays a bit like Limho. Demo's a little rough, but it's an earlier build, and it's still pretty fun. I had a blast with it.
This doesn't really look as appealing as other Sid Meier games.
I seriously need to start playing Cognition. Looks really rad!
Keyword: first-party. Those are all great games you mentioned, but I was sticking to Nintendo-published titles for the list. As for Fire Emblem which is Nintendo-owned, I thought about it, but I figured I'd only list games that can have slightly altered controls and improved mechanics. I'm not sure anything could be changed about the way Fire Emblem played. Seriously, though, that's easily one of my favorite GameCube games.
Borderlands was easily one of my favorite games of 2012, and aside from the gameplay, that had a lot to do with the writing. Anthony Burch is a genius. Absolutely hilarious.
I see where you're coming from, and I agree that new games would be great, but I also wouldn't mind a few favorites in HD.
Because it got horror-themed DLC titled Nightmare in Northpoint. The company announced it weeks ago.
I've been getting more excited for this game. Really looking forward to playing it!
Some interesting ideas and food for thought, but the article was so poorly written that I couldn't even be bothered to do anything more than skim through it.
I expect an apology from the three jerks who gave me "disagree" votes when they're playing Rayman Legends on their 360, PS3, Vita, and PC next year.
Because if Rayman Origins was any indication, this game will probably be available on every platform in both physical and digital formats less than a year after the Wii U version's release.
Like I stated before, I personally don't think Mario is dying (pay attention, people), but there are some truly valid points about the series getting stupidly stale. Sadly, that's all I can say as this is my last bubble. Attack all you want.
I don't think it's going to die, but there's no denying that MelonSaurus makes some great points. And I really think it's only a matter of time before more people realize that Nintendo's been doing the same thing over and over again. Already a few folks have figured it out.
Best argument on here, hands down.