Yes. Think of Super smash bros! Jak, Daxter, Ratchet, Clank, Sly? Ico? Wanda? Kratos? Actually that'd be silly.
Did you play double agent on the PS2/Xbox? IMO it was much better than the 360/PS3 version - the story was better told, it was better designed, and it had co-op.
Yes, and do you know why? Because it was made by Ubi Montrea. Double Agent on 360/PS3 (i.e. the one that sucked) was made by Ubi Shanghai, but Conviction is being made by Montreal again, and only on one platform, so it should rock.
I think co-op would be perfect Chaos Theory style, with you and a friend playing two rookies working for Third Echelon, trying to hunt down Sam Fisher.
edit - double post
now, kapedkrusader, I think you've had enough..
Let the Flames begin!
This is certainly interesting. The UK has been the one place in Europe that has shown preference for the 360 over the PS3. I think Micosoft are right, the battle between Sony and Microsoft really is for Europe - in the US, Microsoft will pretty much always be ahead of Sony, and in Japan Sony will always dominate over MS, but Europe is up for grabs.
Ah, if only the outcome of TEH CONSOLE WARRZ was decided by IGN polls.
Shame I don't have ANY friends who own a PS3...grumble mumble...
Is there any way we can rate these?
He already did http://www.n4g.com/up/23272...
This sure is an un-commented-on article
EA Trax, more than anything in previous GTAs, would turn me into a carjacking, hooker beatin' psychopath
Yes, but the amount Sony were sued was far more than that which Microsoft was, due to their having produced far more dualshocks than Microsoft had Xbox controllers.
The patent is just part of their own patent for the Xbox and Xbox 360 OS. It's not a copywright of a feature. Otherwise the PS3 wouldn't be able to play DVDs, look at pictures, play music or have a store including Demos, add-ons and themes.
Criterion don't make Madden
go Greg Miller!
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