It’s just crazy how fast video games go down in price, as if the chance to play it while it’s still in the zeitgeist is worth half the price alone.
The thought that someone might have done this and then went home and enjoyed a PS4 game is crazy. Capitol punishment.
Costume Quest was my jam!
I’m so glad I got my OLED Vita last month before they all vanish from the stores. Got a a great deal on it too. The only downside is I’m now even more aware of my LCD TV’s poor contrasts. Oh well.
Man, this should be longer. It stops just when I’m starting to get into it. Maybe the Bombcast just conditioned me.
I know it’s a completely different beast, but after playing The Last of Us I just went, “yeah, that was brilliant. No need to EVER go back to the B-movie zombie tropes”. It was the anti-Dead Rising, in a way. This just looks like a video game-ass video game. Which is fine, just a bit tired.
Of course there’s still the die-hard zombie fans who still live for this stuff. More power to you!
Uh oh, now I want this.
I will never understand how one can spend hundreds or even thousands of dollars on games and systems only to dump them all for a tenth of the value. Is the hype really more important than your collection and the ability to go back and play something you’ve enjoyed in the past? Maybe it’s just me, but I don’t treat my game library any different than, say, my book shelf. Meaning that if I don’t like something it isn’t staying, and if it is staying, it’s staying forever.
I just don’t like to think of games as consumables to be experienced once or twice.
So was most of the audio unusable or something?