I don’t know, it seems like every time I turn around another bookstore in my city is closing, and I live in New York. If a city with a population of 8 million can’t keep a bookstore afloat that doesn’t give me a lot of hope that they’ll around in another twenty years.
A little off topic but if digital is eventually going to kill off brick and mortar games stores along with bookstores, record stores, video stores, big box electronic stores, possibly movie theaters, and god knows what else will commercial spaces as a whole completely disappear in the not too distant future?
Is there anything that digital won’t completely supplant? Maybe grocery stores and drug stores? Maybe clothing stores?
Dumb question about EA’s subscription service, is this a streaming service like Netflix or do you download these titles?
More like Crytek is the new THQ.
Man, does this game remind anybody of another game that came out a few years back? That’s right I’m talking about Duke Nukem Forever.
Reminds me a little of Rolling Thunder.
Speaking of skateboarding games, remember the Skate franchise? The first game really shook things up in a big way but then the follow ups kinda flopped, right?
Is the developer still around?
Good catch on the wing split. I bet that’s what it is.
So what shows got the axe? That show based on that rapper, (whose name I can’t remember)?
Less shooting and more exploring would sound good to me. I don’t want to see blood in guts literally in my face when I’m playing one of these VR games.
What does conditional release mean?
Did the scenery in this movie remind anybody of The Last of Us because that’s what I thought of.
Boss Key? Really? Cliff should drop the charade and just call his company Big Pecker Productions.
So he can FINALLY make an Unreal style shooter! Ha!
This is sorta like Michael Bay leaving the the Transformers franchise so he can follow his first true love….GoBots.