I’m guessing this is made possible in part with Xbox Live Gold subscriptions. It is, at least for now, an Xbox One exclusive service. Just a little cynicism on my part for the low subscription fee.
We’ll see how this grows. If this was BF4 plus all of its DLC for a monthly or yearly subscription price, then I’d be more enthusiastic.
It’s not speculation. Books 3 and 4 were confirmed just before SDCC 2012. Follow Mike’s and Bryan’s Tumblrs. They’ve made plenty of posts about production meetings and such for Book 4. It’s well underway.
Simple. Make games that people want to play and keep making games people want to play.
It worked for the NES, SNES, PSX, PS2, and Wii.
Does anyone know of anybody that was directly affected by the PSN data breach? I’ve read comments on blogs and forums, but I haven’t seen any substantial proof. I also never heard any stories by the press about people that were actually affected. It seemed like the hackers just sat on the data and did nothing, probably because of the scale of the attack.
I’m just skeptical there will be any people that collect $2,500 for being affected directly. And really I don’t see what else Sony owes beyond the year of credit checking (which seems to be what every company that gets hacked now offers) and the Welcome Back program.
One RRoD for me and a dead WiFi card in the redesigned Xbox S. Microsoft just can’t get hardware right it seems. Luckily I was able to get the WiFi card replaced for free. One day the repair site was doing free WiFi card repairs, so I jumped on it.
Always wondered what happened to that. I never heard any followups by the press.
Well, it’s nice the Wii U is doing well somewhere.
Now that wasn’t so hard, was it?
From my interpretation, I guess the problem is that they’re trying to treat eSports like real sports. Not in like a condescending manner but like how most officiated sports are segregated by gender.
If that’s the case, why not make a separate females tournament then?
Of the three items on their site right now, the Pikachu plush seems to be the only reasonably priced item. Those prices on the keychains and tumbler are absurd even for licensed merchandise.
It was a nice trip down memory lane. I’m not a huge fan of the games and haven’t followed the anime since Pokemon Johto, but I enjoyed Origins. The story follows the original Red and Blue games, so you’ll get nostalgic at points.
Episode 1 is also available on the Pokemon website: http://www.pokemon.com/us/pokemon-episodes/pokemon-originals/original-pokemon-origins-episode-1-november-15-2013
First episode of Volume 1 is free, so I’d suggest everybody check it out.