and i'm asking you how this skin is offensive, since that's the argument you're defending.
care to explain how this character skin is disrespecting "entire groups"? is it excessively/inappropriately sexualized? is it excessively violent? does it portray hinduism in a negative light in any way, shape or form?
yes, for $60 - I can only assume that all (or most) of the DLC will be included, so it's worth it IMO.
it's a really good game. played it earlier this year, and enjoyed every second of it. if you liked the first reboot, you'll love this one for sure.
i don't think they needed to explain themselves at all, but to cite "new IP" seems to me like they're sending the wrong message - they would have been better off not saying anything at all.
if, for whatever reason, you haven't played TLoU - it's going for an absolute steal in this sale.
I think they said you can download the NES VC games, too. It's a good deal to start with.
"This is the future of "This how you share games"."
except, despite play anywhere being a valuable feature, sharing things with yourself isn't exactly sharing games...
MTs are clearly designed for the type of person who simply won't put the time into acquiring everything through natural progression.
I don't think that that counts as beating the game.
Good Guy Sony giving Kojima all the freedom he needs.
It's really the quality of the experience that's important, not the length, in my opinion.
Inside is a phenomenal game, and everyone should support these devs.
whether one has played the game last gen, the fact of the matter is that BC titles are not "basically new releases."
red dead redemption is a must play - last i read it was $7 on the xbox store (?), which is an absolute steal for a brilliant game.
the fact that it's one of the best games from last generation warrants a sequel, not its success as a BC title on xbox one.
yes. yes, he should have.
It's a nice feature, sure, but it's not the way forward.
I was done with that game years ago, and I don't think I need to replay it at any point.
how do you tell? don't buy it off of ebay or get suckered into a really cheap price on amazon.
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