Exactly. For some games, being a part of the online discussion and discovery process makes the games even more enjoyable. Basically the “everybody’s doing it” in gaming.
I would really like some Truth and Reconciliation to this story once and for all.
I haven’t, because covering the cameras on the kinect has solved all my problems
Controller swapping… that one is a huge bug for me to the point that I have to cover the kinect in order for it to not completely mess up co-op gaming with my daughter. She hands me her controller to help her, and it immediately signs her out and reverts the game back to single player. Then I give her controller back and we get stuck in an annoying sign-in loop.
Great article. This is the cost of running a studio on a shoestring budget and it is great to see things turning your way. Now just imagine how much money it costs to run a studio that pumps out AAA titles.
Yeah, I’m interested to see how this evolves. At first blush, it seems like just an okay deal, but they’ve certainly left the door open to this becoming a great deal. I guess this mean we shouldn’t expect to see many EA titles in the Games with Gold promotion. They will probably reserve them for this service.
Hmmm. $30/year to play last year’s sports games?