They’ve been getting more competitive lately—Lego stuff has certainly been priced the same as at the Lego Store in the mall. They’ve always blamed the cost of operating in a large, dedicated space to the markup.
I am full-on Huzzah
Well, the demo was mainly pitched fights against nameless drones, plus a no-win battle against a boss. It’s better when playing against another team of two.
As a once-exclusively single-player, story has always been a little important to me. It’s not completely necessary, but if you’re going to do it, do it right.
You’d think they’d at least toss them an Inhuman.
I do miss hearing “Berzerker Barrage” Still, mobile games are looking better and better these days. Eventually that’ll be a compliment.
I liked Hearthstone for a good five minutes. I’ve always enjoyed playing Magic, but the online has always been so slow and boring—I’d rathe rplay face-to-face. This could turn that around for me, at least for a little while.
No. No no no. The thins are dangerous. They feel like less food. I cannot stop eating them. Run from them.
Come play, my lord?
What Birdman said. We’re talking about a specific genre that’s had everything cut and pasted over it.
Not at all. Ascent existed, but it was not this. It was actually rather good for what it was. http://kotaku.com/tag/game-of-thrones-ascent It had an ongoing narrative, and was updated constantly to reflect events in the show. This game is a cookie-cutter multiplayer strategy game with Game of Thrones graphics laid…
No it’s not. Puzzle Fighter’s core mechanics will remain intact. Dungeon Keeper was a nuanced PC game with a lot of depth that was turned into a bit of greedy fluff that barely resembled the game it took its name from.
I’ve done Ark, Oath, Memories and Seven, and I played Wanderers a long time ago. I missed Origin’s PS4 and Vita release. I shall fix that once I am done with VIII.
Any of them, really. While they follow the same main character and some of the side folks, they’ve done a great job of making each story self contained without a lot of outside knowledge required.
I almost want to start over on PC when it releases, but that would be crazy.
I intend to go into the characters in more detail as we get closer to release. I’ll have gotten to the very end by then, and will know who Adol ends up leaving behind crying as he heads to his next adventure, that jerk.
Much more light-hearted in general, though it does have its darker moments.
Screw that, Final Fantasy ME is the future, you’ll see.
This makes up for me missing the venison earlier this year.