It’s interesting that you bring up that piece about EA because they recently put out a $40 game that has been received very well despite its diminutive price. Similar efforts like Call of Juarez: Gunslinger and Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon that despite being of a smaller scale, take more risks than that of of their full price brethren. Granted, there are still games that do well at 60 dollars, but there’s also room for smaller games from a triple A studio
I hate to be that guy, but:
It’s something I wish I could have experienced when I was hunger
Seems to be a pretty obvious typo. Interesting piece, though
On the original Origins trailer, the facial animations are incredible. It’d be amazing to see a feature length Arkham film based on this animation team
That’s a crazy statement. Honestly, the transition from Asylum to City was one of the largest thematic changes I’ve ever seen in a game series.
I think that’s already started a little bit. I know that at my school, games like QuizUp and Evil Apples have gotten some traction, albeit games that require more constant interaction my not get as much hold because they’re harder to play behind a stand in band class
Well yeah; if you try, you’ll be eaten
Mirror’s Edge has been one of the best with the Xbox controller vs keyboard and mouse cues for me. And also, the game has a bug with the first chapter if you try to turn PhysX on. Pain in the ass, but turn off PhysX just for that chapter and you’ll be fine.
Just because true equality is asymptotic in nature, that doesn’t mean you can’t approach it
Or just to Android in general. I think I’d rather play it that way instead of on Steam
Silly is what silly does