That would actually be really cool somewhere down the road. Portable Twisted Metal is a good thing.
I actually have an issue with some games where I tend to switch to something else after I've already invested some time into one game. I think that's because I'm such a huge indie game fan, though, so I'm used to playing smaller games. Still, I recently started playing inFamous for the first time, and it's kept me entertained for several hours, and I actually plan on finishing it without moving on to something else mid-game.
Yeah, I really dig the newest Twisted Metal. The online issues are a pain, but when you get an online game going, it's a helluva lot of fun!
I really dig the art style! I may check this out.
Some good points listed here. My conclusion: I want 'em both!
I really want to check this out. Seems like a fun game.
As much as I like darker Twisted Metal games, I really dig the more lighthearted style of Head-On.
A new engine can mean a number of things. A new engine can make a game run smoother, have smoother animations, maybe even offer gameplay elements that couldn't be used in previous games. RE6 seems to deviate from the survival horror genre completely and go for something a lot more like a third-person shooter, and it's traded in the chilling moments for pretentious voice acting and ridiculously bro-type situations.
A new engine doesn't necessarily mean completely different gameplay and a completely different style.
I personally really dig Steam, and the frequent sales and availability of indie titles constantly keeps me coming back. That said, I'm not opposed to checking out other digital distributors if they've got something I like.
I'm really looking forward to this game. I dig the anime vibe the devs are going for. Pretty damn awesome!
Agree with you 100 percent. If you want to be a gamer, you better be prepared to spend some cash.
I really dig Nuke mode. It's a lot of fun, and an excellent take on capture the flag. That said, it's impossible to play if your team is full of people who don't know what the heck they're doing, as was the case the few times I played Nuke.
I used to take five bucks in quarters to the arcade because that's how much I usually spent to pass this game as a kid. Since I downloaded it for $10 I've beaten it three times. I've already gotten my money's worth. =P
While I don't really agree with that opening statement, I decided to give you an "agree" vote anyway because f*ck yeah The World Ends With You! That's one of a few DS games I wish was expanded onto consoles somehow.
Holds up, but with an improved sequel currently out, not sure if it's worth playing.
Yup, I'm actually super stoked about that controller and being able to play games directly on it.
Downloading now. =P
I can totally see that happening, and to be honest, I hope we see Zelda go in a completely different direction. It's a grand series, and with the Wii U's power, I can definitely see a much bigger adventure for Link down the road.
Link will always be my favorite Soulcalibur guest character because hell yeah!
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