Affordable and awesome? I seriously need to play this ASAP.
Yeah, Rare was really the king of 3D platformer games.
Yup. I miss the 3D platformers of old. Such a great genre that really took over the N64/PS1 era.
The Zelda and Mario ones are two of my favorites. Those Gorons are so enjoyable quirky!
They need to exaggerate it even more in the next game and make them all look like Marcus Fenix.
Dig the art style. Looks like it could be enjoyably challenging the more you play if you're trying to collect everything.
I've never been more serious in my entire life.
That picture where he's with the two broads: amazing!
Sadly, May 31 is fast approaching.
Can't count the number of times I passed this game as a kid.
Yup. I really fell in love with the game all over again when I played it recently.
I really think a lot of the appeal here is the constant referencing to the show. I checked out only a few minutes of the game and I had a bunch of good laughs.
I really want to see what Nintendo will bring with the Wii U. It's certainly a console I'll be watching. Admittedly, the main reason I buy Nintendo consoles is for the exclusives. We'll have to see what the company has planned for its popular franchises.
I wonder how fans will react to DLC stuff that's being added to address their frustrations. My bet is that a lot of people will still be pissed.
Well, I played A Link to the Past for the first time in 2007, and I thought it was amazing. I have very fond memories of the game. I've also revisited some of my favorite games and found that I still love them. That said, I totally agree with you that some games had to be played when they gained notoriety to truly be appreciated.
I personally wish a reputable studio would revive the franchise. Moon Diver was a spiritual successor, and it was good, but it too was very flawed. It was fun, but it could hardly be called a proper successor to such a revered title.
Picked up the game on Friday at launch. Played it over the weekend. Really loving it. I approached it with the same "just let go" mentality that I approached Skyrim with, and though we all know Western RPGs and JRPGs are vastly different, I found that said approach really worked with Xenoblade Chronicles, too.
I really, really want to play this game. More for the single-player, but I'd still like to dabble in the multiplayer.
I can respect that. It's when people get too aggressive with their opinions that I get annoyed.
That first time I heard "Round 1 ... Fight!" when I played this game last year, I thought to myself, "Aww yeah, sh*t's about to get real."
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