It's being developed by Eden Industries: http://edenindustries.ca/bl... (sorry, can't reply to your other comment)
Atlus is only publishing it. I saw it at their E3 booth, it's a promising game.
Well, I'm certainly not for paying $60 for three-hour games or anything like that. I'm just more drawn to buying shorter, cheaper games because that's currently what my free time allows.
That was their second original game. http://en.wikipedia.org/wik...
Joe Garcia hears that latter bit a lot. :(
When other companies remove content, no one is profiting from it. Nintendo is taking money for work that others poured hours into.
It's always fun to see who actually reads and who does not.
I like Aquaman, but half of that game would be a water level. No thank you.
It is significantly more confusing and time-consuming to use your Xbox instead of picking up the phone, lol.
Oh, I had no doubt that the process was going to be cumbersome, and it's just technology being thrown at a problem that doesn't exist. But man oh man, was I in for a treat.
The spirit of the list isn't about games that are guaranteed to be enjoyed by everyone, because you're right. Personally, I really hated Heavy Rain but am interested in Beyond Two Souls because that studio has some really interesting ideas, even if I think that they could be executed better.
I agree. Unfortunately, a lot of them don't have release dates, not even the stuff Sony showed for PS4, so pretty much none of them made the cut for the list.
A ten on our scale doesn't mean the game is perfect; I discussed a couple of problems I had in the review. A game getting a 10 from us means that it's at the top of its genre, and that we'd be comfortable recommending to any gamer.
It's good, good stuff. I also have an interview with the game's art director, which I should have ready to post sometime tomorrow.
It's good, good stuff. I also have an interview with the game's art director that I'll be posting either today or tomorrow.
Fair enough. Added a download link to the post.
I'm sorry that you didn't know that trilogies end with the third part, I guess? That's what the end of Shepard's tale means.
The spoilers are in the body of the post, not the title. It stays.
"The End of Shepard's Tale" isn't a spoiler -- BioWare have said well before ME3 came out that, one way or another, we would be done with Shepard.
The hell are you even talking about? I thought I made it pretty clear that I meant Uncharted on console versus Uncharted on Vita. As for "retard fanboi," I own every console, and up until the Vita came out I was playing both my 360 and 3DS more than I was my PSP and PS3. Way to spell like Avril Lavigne, too.
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