except wii lol
funny, considering the conduit looks inferior to current some wii titles.
is looking good!
omw this looks far better then i thought it wud... chow yun-fat.! brilliant! emmy rossum... oh goodness, she is so beautiful!!!
this is such old news.. konami cancelled this ages ago....
the video plays with no sound ... can someone help me plz?
hey Ghoul, just keep retrying. I got that error then reloaded the site and wala, worked. :)
I think it was more than just a design chocie.. it looks terrible... i mean, it has this niche look going for it, but that doesnt mean its good.
I love how sites always forget about eyetoy kinetic and kinetic combat... kinetic was the first excercise programme and combat was a huge improvement.
It was pretty obvious that this was the reason.
I'm gonna go buy one online tonight. Waiting until the end of July is just so plain stupid!!!
Team 17? What the? >.> <.<
PPL!!! sony musnt implement this into games.. it must be a part of ingame xmb. In fact its something ive always wanted... in game xmb where ppl can record game footage, or use the pictures settings to snake a printscreen of a game. That way, this feature would really be so useful because it could be used for the xmb itself for tutorials and such not.
wow, MH2 surpassed Wiifit! thank goodness. I wonder if this mite get DMC back into production or some other big hitters for PSP.
Ive only seen lil toddlers play this.. and did u see the display in toyrs r us? omw... the board was not even a meter away from the screen... i dont think this will sell too amazingly well down here in SA... most ppl just walked to the ps3/ps2 games...
its being developed by a rubbish film studio.. i think that says it all...
ohh, interesting!!! (first? :P )
is that even real... whats up with the play boy forever branding on the pic.. i call fake!!! but its bloody funny
game looks ugly... sorry it just does.
this isn't america you know :) 5000 in AUS could prove to be quite a lot...
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