I’m intrigued as well, it’s always good to see Sega working on something new and original. 95% of what they do now is garbage.
Starring Dolph Lundgren as the blue bird that splits into three small birds…
Clue is easy though, the board game is a murder mystery set at a wealthy playboy’s mansion dinner party with interesting characters as the suspects. The movie writes itself.
Angry birds is a simple game where squawking birds smash into wooden structures because their eggs were taken.
Is Blu-Ray/DVD support really much of a selling point anymore? I’d rather see MS not officially support BR and pass the savings on to the customer. Dedicated players are so cheap, almost everyone who will get one has one and buying movies on physical media is dying off. I got a BR player for my wedding in 2010 and I now own two BR movies and I’ve used the player more for old DVDs than Blu-Rays.
It’s a problem because it eliminates the sale of used games, making the lifetime cost of owning a console significantly greater. It also would mean that once the authentication servers are shut down for the last time, you’d never be able to play any of your games again. Gamers would be forced to play any game that they ever wanted to play on a console at the time they were current. I still have all of the old consoles that I’ve had over the years, if all of the games had to be authenticated, all of those would be worthless.
I’ve got the Vita and it doesn’t feel nearly as dry as the Wii U.
I’m a PS+ member and can’t keep up with all of the games we’ve been offered free with the membership. We just got Disgaea 3, I still haven’t quite finished Gravity Rush or Wipeout. We also got a few decent PSP titles that I haven’t touched yet. I also have the MGS HD collection, which translates excellently to the Vita and I haven’t gotten LBP or PS All-Stars yet, two games that I’m looking forward to playing.
A projector pointing up from a coffee table toward the TV would probably cause the glare spot to go over your head in most cases. Obviously though, some installations of a system like this could cause problems.
Personally, I think this tech is really cool but having to put a separate projector attachment on the floor or coffee table in front of you while you play seems clunky. Especially if you had to pay extra, I wouldn’t buy something like this. Even if it came with the system, I probably wouldn’t go through the hassles of setting it up most of the time because I’d just be tearing it down again when I was done playing. Not everyone games on a dedicated TV in a room that doesn’t get used for anything else!
This will be an incredible game. I almost never buy a game at its launch but I absolutely will get this on the day it drops.
The Wii U is in a pretty sad place right now but I’m still confident that it will have a solid library when all is said and done. I got a 3DS when the first price drop hit and sat with a virtually useless system (once I beat Ocarina of Time… again) for a couple of months until MK7 and SM 3D Land came out. The Wii U is going through a similar dry spell right now but even if it gets no third-party support, there will still be 10 – 15 really solid first party titles, which makes the console worth it for me.
No, they’re in every store but if I was going to buy one now, I’d buy it online. Since the library is so weak right now, you can get them for $50 – $100 off the list price, even with a game or two on eBay.