I still like playing the original on my NES.
Outside of just liking it, what makes it so special? It looks generic.
How the heck is FNAF material for a children's book?
I believe Bethesda's was better, but it certainly was Ubisoft's best conference in the past few years.
I like the art style, but I agree that actual gameplay is a big turn off.
Love the Samus and the Hawkgirl cosplays.
Breaking news: More Jell-O breasts.
Bros. It's made for bros.
This looks like a game I can really get into.
I want one.
Stephen King = horror, so Maine?
That game was terrifying. I agree.
Moffitt sure sounds confident. Or cocky. I'm not sure.
If I traded in all of the video games that I don't currently play (which is almost all of them right now), I am uncertain as to whether or not I will even get two hundred for them all.
I still play this on my N64!
You hit the nail on the head. Especially with those cut scenes! Those things are hokey as heck!
America is a physically large country and there is much of it that hasn't been explored or even mentioned in Fallout yet -- especially when you consider that all of Canada counts as part of the USA in this video game.
To your point, however, it could be interesting to see an international locale such as Rio De Janeiro (Fallout: Amazon), Paris (Fallout: Eurozone), or something Asian (Fallout: The Three Kingdoms).
I recently started playing and love it. A few days in and I'm yet to find a pay wall.