I want to see the game that Miyamoto would make entirely by himself.
I think that girl was a bit embarrassed to be caught on tape.
My question is, who would the buyer be?
"With an effective range of up to 33 Feet, the Air Keyboard Conqueror lets you pay the pizza guy without putting down the controller and risk getting pwned by your buddies." I want to meet the man who can effectively play games one-handed. Also, that looks like it might not be the most comfortable.
You'd think there would be more WiiWare sports games by now.
After seeing how they treated Samus's character in Metroid: Other M, I'm a bit less than sold on that part. Still, they make a darn good fighting game.
Nintendo has it on their press site, so evidently they think this Justine Bieber is something else.
I'm not sure why the idea of online RPG free-for-all appeals to me as much as it does.
I played this game at E3 and enjoyed it; it feels a lot like the older Ace Combat games.
I wonder if there would be an uproar at all if the next Battlefield or Call of Duty game omitted the single-player game altogether. We all know what all those players are buying the games for.
$50 for the four-episode pack? Is each episode $15 normally?
Usually I get annoyed by early DLC announcements, but with release so close it's probably the case that this was DLC they made after the game went gold. Annoyance nullified.
We had one of our new reviewers take this one, and he's a huge fan of the series. His review took that framework, I believe.
I played this game at E3, it was alright. Navigating from game to game bugged the crap out of me, especially on skis.
Innovative, huh? Wonder what that says about Crime City.
Could be more of one.
Different plug types for each kind of DS? But the DSi and 3DS use the exact same adapter.
So they basically wanted to see if Ezio would win in a fight against Soul Calibur characters. I guess there are a lot of AC fans at Namco.
I got to see this thing at E3, it looks very slick and easy to use. Nyko knows what they're doing.
The provided screenshot makes this seem like a pretty intricate title.
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