Except this site is less and less about just games, so yeah…
People fight to play Yoshi? That’s news to me.
I’m pumped about the DLC but it’s a shame they ignored the Battle Mode shortcomings.
It’s not exactly out of the kindness of their hearts. They’re obliged to support it for (at least) the promised number of DLC drops in the Premium version.
Jeez, *throw. What an idiot.
Only certain tiers got it. I’m still waiting for it as I backed it at a lower level.
Distilling something down to its simplest form is harder work than making a "complex" game. It’s easy to copy a well executed idea, it’s hard to come up with it in the first place.
haha SwagCopters. I hope that’s a sarcastic game with MLG, pot and #rekt references.
Then you get demos like The Wonderful 101 that through you straight into it and don’t do the game justice. Sadly, I suspect a lot of people turned their noses at TW101 because of that demo.
Demos just don’t suit all games.
Your example isn’t "free and useless" for me. As a non-Madden fan if I wanted to see if I liked what the game was about, a free, 2-min quarter demo would be desirable. If you were a veteran of the series I can understand that it may not be as useful though.
The effort they’ve put into the photogrammetry really shows here. Every little detail looks unique and part of a real world.
Blue spinning wheel…cool story, bro.
Only if it’s an annual event.
NoA gets the free games though (and aren’t they updated fairly regularly?). Aus doesn’t get them. We rarely get anything worthwhile. I haven’t redeemed anything for years because of the old rubbish we have in our store.
BTW, it’s 2400 stars in Australia.
Damn, I fell for it. I guess you have my click.
On a serious note, I do agree with the sentiment!
I don’t personally know anyone that continued to play it past the first month (this is on PC). Hell, I paid for the DLC at launch and still haven’t played the last one yet. Titanfall was a waste of money for me., despite loving the concept, it just lacked that something to keep me interested.
Who knows, it could just be that PC gamers have more/better games to play, or it could be Origin itself being a barrier.
If it’s published by Activision there’s no doubt they will have their paws in it and influence it (most likely for the worst).
When your readers have to go to another site to see the same video play properly, you’d think there’d be a greater effort to—as Snoop would say—"drop it like it’s hot". And it’s not like there isn’t constant feedback that it blows.