Somehow I don't think that's why Nintendo bought them.
It is rather lopsided, isn't it?
Inti Creates makes some good stuff. This was alright, it was like it was low on the scale of importance for them, but the basics are there.
I hadn't thought of this as a puzzle game, for some reason, but boy it makes a lot of sense. World of Goo, without the goo... World of Metal.
Someone please make a video game entitled World of Metal.
When a children's pet game can't make the pets all that cute, you've got trouble.
Only two in-battle screenshots there. Otherwise, he's in town, in a cutscene, or on the world map.
I'm still wondering what happened to that news of downloadable GC games.
I'm a bit torn on this one. On the one hand, this is the standard 3DS price; on the other hand, there are still other bundles out there with the same price that give you more. I can imagine people being disappointed buying this and then finding out they could have have a game too, for free.
I'm a bit unsure how NEAR would be as useful on PS4. Isn't it meant for someone who's traveling?
No, never. I've watched videos before, but never with my smartphone tilted up on my desk while I was sitting back. I held the thing in my hand.
I'm not sure who would "sit back" and watch a movie from their desk on that tiny screen, but I bet the stand would be useful for upright gaming while charging.
I'm a bit annoyed that the presence of Skyrim will basically prevent Dark Souls from ever receiving any of these awards from anyone. That game needs more recognition, darn it.
I've never even seen a Neo Geo with my own eyes, let alone played one.
I'm not really sold on QTEs improving a game.
The screen would probably tip the scales in favor of the Supaboy for me.
So are they limiting Kinect support to voice recognition? That's how it seems.
"Huh? Modestly proportioned women? Never heard of such a thing."
Still, it looks like a pretty interesting title. I might try it out if there's a demo.
I got my sisters hooked on this game as well, and they usually don't play 3D Mario games.
Multiplayer story modes are a tricky business. Just tell me you don't need to keep swapping out characters.
I want to see the game that Miyamoto would make entirely by himself.