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.
I wouldn't mind going for a HD capture device. Right now I'm using a SD BlitzBox and it's serving me really well. Almost no complaints, after a little setup.
Part of me wants a new Conker, part of me is unsure they'd be able to do it well. Conflicted.
Now those are some cool-looking puzzles. I could dig something like this.
Infeasible, by the way. I think.
I've never been that big on hidden object games. The desire to dress them up with cool stories just strikes me as weird. I know Professor Layton does that with logic puzzles, but those are more enjoyable.
How does stuff like this continue to happen? How has a company like EA not learned to properly test things?
Only 5% of folks in attendance developing for the Wii U? Does that reflect more on the Wii U or on GDC?
Not sure why they feel the need to do this. Scribblenauts was a good concept with flawed execution, which Super fixed. Just release Super as a downloadable or something, I dunno.
I'll have to tell my sisters, they'll flip out. They love The Sims.
Wow, I don't think I've seen a perfect score from this website before. Though a 4/4 scale is probably more forgiving.
I don't believe any press release has gone out about it at all. That's why we marked it as an exclusive, because nobody else has those details. Hyperkin was gracious enough to allow us to see them ahead of time.
Hyperkin hasn't announced it yet, is why. And yea, GBA titles are pretty awesome.
Does that mean no more DLC, or no more weekly DLC?
Designing a MMO to be free-to-play is really the only way to thrive in a world where WoW exists. The game industry is adapting to the digital world much better than other media.
These are some pretty awesome tracks. COWS (best acronym ever) would probably be my first buy.
GRiD is one of those games I heard a lot about, but never really learned much about. 87/100 is nothing to sneeze at, though.
Out of this group, I'd have to say I'm looking forward to Bioshock Infinite most. After playing through The Walking Dead, I'm honestly not sure how any other zombie game could compare.