Starting this spring Microsoft will again test the waters for a video game that replicates, perhaps replaces, something you might watch on television.
The only thing right now that is set to replace tv programming is Netflix...and I have it on my PS3. The only difference is that I don't have to pay $60 a year ON TOP of the $7.99 Netflix subsciption to use it.
folks like this think 60.00 a year is going to break there bank keep in mind that consumers spends well over 60.00 a month on fast food so what s your argument.
I would like it more if they made an MMO game using the avatars.
Microsoft is failing with all these casual games... Not financially, but they are still failures in my eyes.
I'm sure they're pretty cut up about their financial success and yet being failures in your eyes
Ya. Cus, you know, EVERYONE wants to be accepted by me. But I just cant accept everyone in life. :)
But 1 vs 100 was very enjoyable. I loved playing it and I partially disown Microsoft for cancelling it. >:(
Do i have have to bring out the multiplatform list again?
I was in the beta for FHP... it's was a lot of fun.
i was in this beta as well and i thought i was fun too especially if you lose x-amount of dollars they send you back down a table get the highest amount and you get some rewards.
First, yep very cool features. Will be the first avatar based game to offer in game rewards. You can dress your avatar just for this specific game using the rewards and in game purchases. Secondly, what's with the disagrees? People on this site have issues.
Imo I think MS should have more things like this and 1vs100 it was something different to all other games on the 360 and it was fun to play with mates n family in the same room n over live. 1Vs100 did very well and o think it even set a world record too. If they make quite a few mini games like these too it adds more value into buying Xbox live too.
I'm a bit of a gameshow geek. I'd love to see more games, like Russian Roulette, for example. But more non-trivia games would be best, since you don't have to worry about people searching the internet for answers.
Being a poker player, this is definitely something I would use.
I was assuming this game would be free since 1 vs 100 was, but I guess I was wrong.
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