gmagnus of CheapAssGamer informs the masses of a discounted games offered at Amazon.
funny how 2 of those titles are developed by rare...oh how the mighty have fallen!
That's not good and it happened fast. Remeber how excited MS was about Lips and You're in a crappy B movie last year? Face it, the 360 just isn't for casuals. Too bad, too. I bet these games could have had a life on the PS3 or Wii. Hell, Banjo probably would have done great on the Wii. Live and learn, I guess.
I'm personally surprised that You're In The Movies crashed and burned. That game should have been all over the PS Eye. If there was ever a game that would benefit from the awesome clarity of the Eye, it would be that game. Instead it got the crappy vision camera...
Is that MS's Games division being crushed under the cost of the 360 price cut? :)
Pretty cool that I already have all those games and they are great! :) Look at my gamertag if you dont beliv me.
Great, a flop sale.
Grab your spatulas and head on over.
Poor Banjo,I remember playing it on N64 and thinking to myself "WOW this is AWESOME!!" Now all I see is Smokey the Bear building Cars with an Orange Bird breathing down his neck.What the f*ck happened? Hopefully with this discount Nuts&Bolts will cross the 200,000 mark therefore making a sequel a consideration somewhere within Microsoft.Otherwise,I think Nuts&Bolts might be the last time we see the lovable Bear-Bird duo :(
You're HONESTLY surprised that a casual game didn't do well on the Xbox 360?
Casual games can sometimes work on the 360...but as I noted below, You're in the Movies is crap.
Well, Banjo and Viva are definitely worth the cost, and maybe Scene It, as well. (I've enjoyed the new Scene It...better than the first one). But You're In the Movies is shovelware. The 360 has some appeal to casual gamers, but crap like that is not how you cater to them.
Hmmm... I'll have to consider Scene It. I liked the board game when it wasn't affiliated with the Xbox 360. It had a bit of a limited selection of questions and I didn't buy the game, it was my friend's, but for 30 bucks and achievements, it may be something I'm interested in for 360.
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