Black Knight Rebel
It’s definitely an intresting development, but you’re very right to be wary of it. The only reason I like Sony’s take on it is because it let’s me try games from a very wide selection of developers and genres that I normally wouldn’t be willing to spend money on just to sample something new.
This new EA pass thing however just gives too much power to the publisher in my opinion. Since you are paying, sight unseen, for games that are from a single source endless serialization will become an even bigger problem in the industry if you ask me.
Well bioshock (the first one) was really bad looking on PS3 since it was made during that time when devs were still trying to figure out how to eek performance out of the cell processor. Like Sub-HD bad.
A proper high-resolution release would actually be welcome in my opinion.
I loved the first one, and to this day don’t mind playing it on a whim. but I recently bought Spyro 2 and 3, and I have to say I’m really not liking what I see in the second one at all. There is too much fetch questing and woodland-creature aesthetic for my tastes.
I really enjoyed the simplicity of the first one.
Recently bought a Sony SRSX7 for about $250. It’s mostly for my bedroom, but I have more use cases for it than just sitting under a display.
Like you, I balk at spending so much for something like speakers, but then again these particular speakers are NFC-enabled, portable-sized, and come with a 6-8 hour battery life (rechargable).
That translate to me being able to take them into the bathroom and use my Xperia Z1 (water resistant) and listen to podcasts/music while I shower and the X7 sits on the toilet tank. I can also take it outside and do yardwork/relax without worrying about power.
Overall, they are more versatile than a standard TV speaker system so I didn’t mind spending as much as I did (which admittedly is a pittance compared to how much money a real sound system could cost in parts alone, not even counting installation)
Fair enough! With those muted colors, utilizing the same armor design, I really could go either way so the colorization seems to liven things up in a tasteful way.
(This has been the choice I’ve gone with for so many PC games I’ve just uninstalled them and accepted that I’m mostly a console player and haven’t taken PC gaming seriously since the original Portal.)
I don’t think it’s an origin’s costume, I think it’s the actual main costume.
I don’t know Wonder Woman’s story, but I do know she was known as Diana, not Wonder Woman, in her tribe(?) so there is no reason for there to be a double stacked W logo in the belt region of the costume unless she was already known as Wonder Woman by the time this costume was being worn.
By contrast, my very first thought was “wow, that’s a great looking Wonder Woman and I love how the costume doesn’t look like the American flag walked out of a Victoria’s Secret store.”
I wonder how (the teen horror movie simulator)Until Dawn’s gameplay will change after making the jump to Morpheus. The trailer made it seem cinematic, but going into first person mode really takes a lot of that away. Hopefully it translates to a scarier game.
This is just confirming that we aren’t living in the prime universe. I would have loved to play a Batman game with that kind of design.
I really think this might buy this. I REALLY like this. It’s like birth by sleep meets batman beyond and that’s an amazing combo.
BIENVENIDO ALE PINK!
I have a strong number two who knows how to handle this:
In the context of fighting game tourneys hype is acceptable, but since to be hyped-up (hyped for short) is the proper parlance in all circumstances possible I really don’t see how anyone can seriously dispute that in this particular circumstance both aren’t acceptable.
They’re both right…. How are you and omnicrono even arguing this.
It only charges exact prices when the total is $5 or more.
If you buy let’s say two 99¢ games from the sale and one 80¢ avatar, you’d be charged $5 and given $2.22 in store credit after the purchase completes.
Laws governing credit/checking card charges may differ from state to state but that’s the way it works here in Pennsylvania for what it’s worth (but hey at least we don’t pay taxes on digital goods)
I thought the original GB and GB pocket were garbage, and it wasn’t until the GB Color that I finally took notice. It was especially nice becasue you could pallet swap the original games and colorize them to a limited extent. It made certain games better like Torpedo Range could be switched to sea blue or sea green, which actually suited the game quite nicely.
Loved FFA; I used to fall asleep just listening to the music… So many batteries wasted on that lol