Dizzy. I miss the Dizzy games on ZX Spectrum. Don't make new ones though! leave them be.
France banned them
JonAce - All these immigrants coming in and ruining everything eh. Your ancestors did exactly that!
The man is psychopath who cares nil about anybody but himself and a few people close to him.I thought you guys could never do worse than Bush, but......
Aren't Samsung a South Korean company?
Agreed. Here in the UK, ASDA (Wallmart) have just dropped their support for Vita. Barely any shops sell Vita games, what does that say to anyone considering purchasing one when there are huge DS sections and nothing for Vita. I absolutely love my Vita, The new One Piece game looks great on the OLED screen, just advertise it more!!!!
And don't smoke around it! I found out the hard way.
I'm gonna throw Gunpey out there as well. My favourite puzzle game ever. So much better than lumines IMO.
Really? I loved it on the Vita, but I do agree this could have been DLC. I own the original and am sceptical about the extra content.
I loved Dynamite headdy also,everyone seems to have forgotten it? There's some great games in that list. Oh Kid Chameleon was awesome.
Its the £34.99 price tag that made me laugh.
I don't understand? How can you not mind paying a bit MORE for digital?
It's not run by the BBC at all?? Where did you get that information.
How long could you sit and play that thing though? Looks amazing, but too big to be portable and, for me, not as good as pad and TV. You would surely get a bad neck hunched over it for hours on end?
You've said everything you need to say by claiming "many Sony fanboys are immature". It's FANBOYS, not Sony or Microsoft, just fanboys. tut tut.
And barely ever drop the price for sales etc.
Does not update constantly and is rarely down for maintenance.
There's no single English accent either. Off the top of my head there is Geordie, Liverpudlian, Yorkshire/Lancashire, Manchester, Brummie (Midlands), west country (pirate to anyone who does'nt know) Southern, Cockney and upper class posh [email protected], all wildly different, within England.
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