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.
The scaling difficulty looks really cool here.
If there wasn't Google+ I'd say that everyone would get over this in a day or two, but now that Facebook has competition I'm intrigued by how this will turn out.
Reviews for this game have been all over the place. I think folks give varying importance to the presence of bugs.
I haven't played that yet, but Nintendo gave it to the 3DS Ambassadors free, so it's sitting on my Home menu waiting for me to give it a whirl.
The description makes it sound like a game I would get tired of very quickly. Run around, mash attack, etc.
Wasn't this originally a PS2 game? One that's already out? I might be missing something.
Please tell me you can play drunken tennis.
Wait, they announced the PS Suite ages ago, but they still haven't given any dev kits out? That seems kind of ridiculous to me.
That's the media for you. Write sensationalist story now, check facts later.
Clearly I don't know enough about this game, I had no idea it was partly tower defense. I thought it was another Brutal Legend.
I've never played the series, myself.
Demoralize might be the best attack ever:
Khun: Now! DEMORALIZE!
You'd think they would follow the WoW model, and introduce new regions to explore with every expansion. Seems like a natural step.
My family loves pinball, maybe I should pick this title up. That looks like a pretty awesome table.
If you cross your eyes so the images overlap, you can see them in 3D.
A combination of a bunch of less substantial genres falling flat? Can't say I'm horribly surprised.