Isn’t it basically just the Big n’ Tasty all over again? I guess the B&T had mayo instead of mustard, but otherwise it’s the same thing.
Man. Did they, like, program this game on top of an ancient Indian burial ground or something?
Plus, isn’t the FFVII rerelease on Switch now? I don’t know if they’ve announced platforms for the remake.
Right off the top of my head, the giant industrial robots that do frequent AOE attacks in a cone in front of them.
I’ve played almost all of XIII on PC (I’m literally at the part right before the final boss where the game basically says, ‘hey, it’s final boss time so go finish up whatever business you have’) and, while it’s an unpopular opinion, I’ve really enjoyed the game. Mostly likeable characters, weird but fun setting,…
The inability to move party members is infuriating though. I can’t even begin to count how many times Vanille got instagibbed because she insisted on standing next to the tank right in front of a boss instead of literally anywhere that wasn’t being covered by AOEs and cleaves every thirty seconds like a good healer.
I don’t see what’s so confusing. Everyone knows Zelda is the boy, as your own sister site so clearly pointed out.
My favorite hitbox-related thing was Jedi Knight with lightsaber dismemberment set to max. Just run up to any enemy with your saber drawn and waggle your reticle around to ginsu stormtroopers into chum.
Usually Chaotic Evil, I believe.
Mushrooms, grilled onions, butter, and American cheese? The only things Kevin didn’t pick for the ultimate burger were bacon jam the fried egg. Kevin takes it nearly a clean sweep.
There’s a reason Passive Cliff Racers was one of if not the most popular Morrowind mod back in the day.
They’ll never do it, but my dream setting for an Elder Scrolls game would be Pyandonea with a side of Thras.
Phoenix Wright was the first game I played on the DS when I got it, and it’s still one of my favorite franchises. I replayed the first four games when they got released on 3DS and if they port the later games (Investigations included, hopefully), I might have to buy them again.
According to everything I’ve read about it, the lack of a Cataclysm/Emergence remaster isn’t to do with whether someone likes the story or not, it’s because the source code for it was lost and it would be too expensive to rebuild it from scratch. An Escapist article mentioned that Gearbox would be willing to tackle it…
We already have one. Now that the Fox acquisition is done, we just need Feige to admit that while he was slumming around Tibet learning magic, Dr. Doom was calling himself Caecilius.
‘Elves’ could actually make sense as a tiny surviving remnant of FirstCiv - the ones Abstergo was cloning in Syndicate certainly didn’t look human, even if Minerva more-or-less does.
I remember seeing ads when I was a kid for some Sega Genesis platformer that you played by using a stationary bike or something. Never saw the actual game, though.
Yes. Showcasing yet another reason for developers to avoid Steam is a great way to punish developers for delaying (DELAYING!) their game’s Steam release is a totally great and productive idea.
I would absolutely no joking go to an Alien themed version of the new Star Wars Galaxy’s Edge place.
I’m not 100% sure the developers of EverQuest have even seen a beetle, large, fire, or otherwise.