Genre : 3rd person action-adventure Platforms : PS3 / Xbox 360 Release date : Fall 2012 Neo-Paris 2084 Augmented reality and memory manipulation have taken control of peoples' lives. You can now digitize, buy, sell or trade your own personal memories. The last remainders of intimacy have been swept away, in what appears to be a simple extension of the development of social networks and geolocation at the ...
If you look on the Youtube description is says Xbox 360 and PS3. No word on a publisher though.
Sleeper hit of 2012.
All the press releases, I've received regarding this point towards a multiplatform title. Could be a timed-exclusive for PS3.
Locking Singleplayer, what a surprise. Called this a few months ago in my article.
To be honest, I've pretty much given up on Syphon Filter. I'd love it if they surprised me, however since they can't seem to even get Cross Game Chat on PSN, I have absolutely no faith anymore that we will see SF.
Each server I tried was dead. This game will be too far dead before they finally make the decision to go free-to-play.
He needs to work on getting Twisted Metal to a much better place then it's been for the last two years. Not impressed at all with it at E3 this year, or last.
Call of Duty Vita will be the killer-app it needs. That will help Vita fly off the shelves. I love Uncharted, but it's not a system-seller.
You know the irony in this. Activision is one of the last companies to not introduce an online pass. Who's the evil empire now?
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You can't have it both ways though. Online passes are just another extension of these DLC practices. It just may not effect you directly.
Yes, that's another really bad issue.
Sony or any other publisher shouldn't have any intention of earning money once they initially sell the product. No other industry does, why should the gaming industry be a special case.
This may actually be my Game of the Year. Arkham Asylum was sooooo good.
That quality is horrible.
Yeah that looked really good.
Gamers are expected to defend the rights of developers and publishers yet when it comes down to it these same people are looking to give consumers the shaft. Total double-standard.
They gotta make money. Bullshit. The gaming industry is one of the most profitable industries on the planet. It's greed and entitlement. Pure and simple.
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