On Monday, Bollywood actor Shahrukh Khan launched the PS3 and PS2 videogame Ra.One to promote his upcoming sci-fi movie of the same name in Mumbai, India's entertainment capital.
Guess this was the BIG announcement.
Either you forgot the /s or Logicfails.
My mistake, I keep assuming that N4G members have the normal human ability to detect sarcasm when they see it.
Human ability to understand sarcasm comprises judgin other persons expression based on combination of number of things such as tone, voice, facial shape, body language etc ... Typed keywords and letters doesn't explain persons intention or expression ... unless explicitly marked ... Another example ... usage of double quotes "Sarcasm". So yea if u r expectin revealation that somehow readers will know tht u were usin sarcasm ... that ain't happenin.
Worked here. http://n4g.com/news/853945/...
Dude, just give it up. You failed. Again. Move on. Even people WITHOUT common sense know sarcasm doesn't work well on the internet without some sort of additional indicator. On topic, this game seems interesting. I remember wishing a few months ago when I first heard about it that we might get some sort of version to play here in the States.
would be nice if it sold 5 copies 10 = achievement
this game is going to do very well in India
That chick is hot :P
Her name is Kareena Kapoor
Yup, crazy hot. Couple of her movies are on Netflix.
I'll stay away from it movie games always flop its rare that they are great games to play. A movie I have never heard of mixed with a game is going to nose dive it might do well in India.
Maybe the game will be on the Blu-ray release of the movie :-)
I wonder if this game will be released outside India? With the right amount of advertising I can see it getting a decent sized cult following in the West. I'm kind of intrigued by it myself.
I want to hear how much they're shipping there.
It's definitely gonna flop but still lets hope I'm wrong.
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