Or the toughy, Bringing back Crash Bandicoot.
If you want a ND open world game there is Jak and Daxter. Play it, it's fantastic!
Well I agree with ya. I buy majorietly first party titles either be Nintendo or Playstation. So I buy both systems every generation!
I thought Jak 2 was difficult at some points, anyone agrees?
A tear comes out. I stoped playing this game since Superbot left. I wish it had a just a little bit more support so I can return to the game in a fresh way.
I think I'm getting Killzone: Mercenary before it. :P
Nice to see and kinda hear more of the gameplay for once.
Funny is that Ubisoft are the only one bringing up their collector editions out now. :P
Note that David said "few weeks back" referring to his men being slaughtered by Joel and Ellie. It could have been a month away from winter from that transition so it's possible that it wasn't months away.
The NES controller is too overated, always like the design and feel of the SNES controller more!
They got something wrong there. She took care of Joel for a couple of weeks when he was injured. Not a couple of months.
Funny a couple of years back when talking about MW3 way before release they were in talks on making the story kinda open world.Did it happen though? I haven't played it to see myself.
Thanks for the info!
I'm really the only person here that loves the inFAMOUS 2 soundtrack!? That is my favorite soundtrack this generation. Uncharted is my second then Gravity Rush.
They need to have some sort of multiplayer. I love the local multiplayer in Pikmin 2!
Nintendo games quality were always pretty good.
Didn't know it exist until a couple months after the release of Read Dead Redemption.
I'm liking this game so far. I can hopefully contain myself before October arrives. Just 3-4 months to go.
Can you explain why Microsoft was one of the listed publishers?
I've never owned any of their games but I always had a slight interest on getting those games.
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