There are so many free-to-play games I've never heard of that look like fun. I wonder how these games promote themselves?
Nostalgia wave encountered.
Just looking at the name of this game, I don't know why it isn't more popular. WORLD OF TANKS.
It's a semi-famous series of bullet hell shooters. Check out videos on Youtube.
Three gameplay modes, and THEY ARE ALL TOUHOU.
Between this and Disgaea, looks like strategy fans will be sitting pretty on PSP.
The screenshots don't do a good job of showing how the gameplay works, really. Which is a bummer, since it's an interesting concept.
How does this game distinguish itself from other racers?
I never played the original series, but this does look like a lot of fun. I might end up getting this.
I wonder how many people are butthurt about all the DLC being included when they bought it all on PS3.
I feel like I heard about this title a zillion years ago.
This looks like a lot of fun. I wonder how well the low camera angle works. Reminds me a bit of Virtual Boy Tennis.
It seems kind of bizarre that Linux ports are as uncommon as they are. Most people who use Linux are probably going to be interested in games.
This game looks like it could be pretty cool, and also makes me wonder what Telltale is up to.
I wonder how they would reimagine Wizardry. Can you still do that as a straight RPG?
I never played MechWarrior 2 online, and I never got a great grip on the single-player, either. I was too young.
This game sort of snuck up on me. I wonder how similar it is to Team Fortress 2.
Sameyness is what happens when you release a game every single year. Though batters adapting to your pitching style is pretty cool.
Huh, I thought Disney Universe was shut down. In any case, it's good to see the Muppets get the love they deserve. The movie was great.
I like team-based multiplayer missions with more creative objectives; it sounds like this new pack contains those.