I'm generally wary of licensed sports games, but if it's being made by the same folks who do the regular MLB games, that's a pretty clever way of filling what's probably an important niche.
Written by active soldiers? Sounds like it could be either more boring or way more interesting than a normal story.
I could have sworn I've played a Hot Shots Golf game before, but it turns out I was thinking of Super Swing Golf. They all seem to play pretty similarly, though.
Who here remembers Oneechanbara? This game reminds me of that, but with higher production quality. Maybe a bit of Shadows of the Damned in there too.
I love how the article lists films he's worked on like Alvin and the Chipmunks. That'll endear him to folks, certainly.
We need a really large and epic console Pokémon RPG, is what we need.
Those sound like interesting game modes. I'd love to play a really strategic game of Capture the Flag.
Customizable analog grips is an interesting idea.
I wish the 3DS version's events were as substantial; they're particularly lacking.
I've heard good things about Wakfu, but I don't know much about it. It looks like a tactical RPG, from the trailer.
The Repopulation actually sounds like a really cool idea for a MMO.
"The studio will release its first game, Political Rampage, in the next few weeks. The title will feature over-the-top caricatures of popular political figures such as President Barack Obama and Sarah Palin facing off in a humorous match-three format." Oh yea, I can definitely count on these guys to provide their games with insightful glimpses into the world of today.
I wonder what else specifically he's worked on. Any songs I would recognize?
I wonder how gameplay in this game compares to others in the series. Is this a reboot or a sequel?
The weapon and customization options look really intricate. Not much like previous Nintendo offerings, huh? Still, the game looks awesome, and I can't wait to play.
I'd need to see more of the entertainment options that Wii U has that 360 and PS3 don't, I think.
Playing as a PMC seems like it might be a touchy subject. I don't know.
This wasn't factored into their timetables at the factory? A well-known national holiday shouldn't be coming up at the last minute and causing delays.
Somehow I don't think that's why Nintendo bought them.
It is rather lopsided, isn't it?
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