I can't get into many strategy RPGs, personally. I used to love them as a kid, but now I'm not so big on them. Not sure why.
My family's hooked on Mahjong on the computer. I wonder if a 3D version would break their minds.
Some would say so, yea. On the other hand, when Tetris DS came out, I still played the standard Marathon mode almost exclusively.
Only the best for our Professor!
The gameplay reminds me a lot of the LEGO games.
Holding out for Phoenix Wright, aww yeah.
Okay, Awesomenauts, your title has intrigued me. Now how do you play?
My entire family is addicted to Mahjong, and I'm addicted to Picross 3D. I might have to try this out.
Do game developers even have the option of not including trophies?
This is some really clever stuff. Looks very geared toward building up skill and learning as opposed to showing off.
I had been wondering what Nnooo was up to.
Looking at the trailer, I can't help but be reminded of Pac-Man. Is that just me?
Those mini-games look really clever. I can see myself playing Ducks until my fingers bleed.
I'd like to see what the company is doing to make this game stand out from the pack.
Now this looks really cool. I love when MMOs have events where the scope goes beyond a single player or party.
The explanation seems to me like "well people enjoy FPSs". Which is totally fair, but it's kind of inane to explain it that way.
So this is like a MMO, except battles are traditional 2D fighting?
The review makes it sound like the Tropico series is a bit of a satire of modern politics.
Apparently their research failed to turn up the fact that Nintendo's adding a second analog stick with that cradle of theirs.
I'm not sure how you can realistically make a game like this without Amtrak.