I've seen some very cool-looking ads for this game, and was hoping it wouldn't turn out to be so middle-of-the-road. Bummer.
My money's on Microsoft stubbornly staying the course. It's the Redmond Effect or whatever they call it, where everyone at Microsoft assumes the country is much more technologically affluent than it really is.
I suppose you could unplug the Xbox One if you didn't want it spying on you.
I heard good things about this one. And the Wii U needs it some games.
It would seem that investors still think of the Xbox as a gaming device, and not an all-in-one sort of thing.
I've been seeing a lot of ads for this one, and it looks quite good. Superhero games are on the rise, it seems, at least if Batman is involved.
Since they appear to be using the same overworld and viewpoint as the original Link to the Past, I wonder if they could cram a remake of the original game onto the cart?
When will developers learn that glasses-free 3D does not go well with moving the top screen around?
I grabbed this particular update when I went into the eShop earlier today. I never really use Swapnote to send anything, though I still enjoy receiving notes direct from Nintendo.
Browser-based stat checking sounds pretty interesting to me. I imagine it would only appeal to really hardcore players though.
I've never heard of Fuse before. Interesting that they'd go right from one sci-fi shooter to another.
Fast travel costs money? How long does it take to travel normally?
Eh. Tower defense is a genre I never really could get into.
Oh man, I remember playing this game when I was a kid. I was absolutely terrible at it, but I stuck with it for a little bit anyway. Then I just went on to Duke Nukem 3D.
I can't say I'm too displeased at the increase in F2P games, really. There's some part of me that takes an odd pleasure in seeing the world adapt to technology with new business models. I'm weird.
Every time I see the name Nexon, it's with respect to a different MMO. How many do they have?
Are those outfits really necessary?
$40 for 15-20 hours more of gameplay sounds like a good deal to me. Plus, if you've never played the game, it gets even better.
"Hm, bunch of high profile video games, oh hey Argo, SEALAB 2021, FREAKING SOLD."
An RPG with a hard time limit (and not something you can rewind like Majora's Mask) would probably enrage me.
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