For a mobile game? I disagree.
That's quite interesting, actually. It definitely had the undertones, but you're right - it never really met the MGS level of conspiracy.
Thanks! Somehow that got lost in the n4g translation.
Believe it or not, that's his natural voice.
That's an understandable opinion.
Dude, he didn't ask for that.
It's not necessarily classified as a FPS, technically - plus there are many third person sections. During the stealth portions and the take downs, there's a clear image of Jensen - as well as in the game's many cutscenes.
But, we didn't ask for this.
You're probably right. Either way, it seems like it will help the game bridge the uncanny valley.
As free as it was, it still borders on the absurd. People don't want to see, or aren't accustomed to seeing that sort of blatant advertising in a Nintendo game.
Entirely possible, especially given that they're two separate teams.
I state in the article that the reaction was mixed to the Mario Kart DLC - mostly due to the Mercedes DLC - as is linked. I do appreciate your passion for the subject though.
As mentioned in the article, you could entirely be correct.
I agree, for the most part. The issue is that the temptation will be there, especially given their partnership with DeNA - who know how to do F2P with maximum financial success. Look at how Nintendo have handled amiibo - recently restraint hasn't been their strong suit.
Eye see what you did there.
It looks like this Smite be a good game, after all.
With all the wetness and squirting, this game gives off an awfully moist vibe.
My first game was Dragon Warrior on NES. I remember none of it.
By the looks of this preview, I'll be overplaying this game quite a bit. Thank you. I'm here all night.
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