A Death Stranding art exhibit is opening up for four days in NYC, allowing fans of the game to check out the art and buy Death Stranding merchandise.
I can't remember the last time a game had this much pre-release hype. Friday can't come soon enough, I'm getting hype-fatigue, and it's always dangerous to get hype fatigue. Anyone remember No Man's Sky? 'nuff said.
no mans sky was fine, just way to hyped...its a great game now..
Fatigue? You haven't even delivered your first packages and your baby need a diaper change.
And this IQ is why Xbox will always remain in last place, if something isn't pew pew you guys don't like it.
So triggered lol
That's strange. I haven't had much hype for this game. I know it's coming and know I want it but that's about it. As for this exhibit it seems like a cool idea. Stuff like this will never happen around me but I could think of a few other games that could have done something like this.
I could say the same thing haha. Closest I'll get is the Official Art book releasing on Friday. I'm happy with that.
Today I learned People don't like other people enjoying things Must be miserable for you
If you want a Death Stranding art exhibit just order something from Amazon and watch as the delivery truck approaches.
Itll have a new art exhibit opening worldwide in December...its called the bargain bin.
Nah - they'll be gearing up for a PC release, imagine DECIMA on PC - sweeter than YooHoo. Considering Death Stranding is already a graphical powerhouse on PS4 - a benchmark if you will.
I remember those as a kid and bought one recently. It was nasty. Don't know why people like that YooHoo
Muzik - never had one mate, just quoting KINGPIN - the funniest bowling movie ever. We've never had YooHoo in Australia as far as I know.
Then you will be able to afford it.
Ah yes The game with the most perfect scores received this year will surely end up in the garbage bin Makes sense
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