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The successor to the Hydra, the STEM System from Sixense, is set to be released in October. It’s wireless, modular, more flexible and fully backwards-compatible with all games currently offering Hydra support.
For a game made in 1985 for the C64, that is frankly astonishing. I’m impressed.
It took me a second, but just realized they picked a very apt title for the game. I can only assume that was an intentional choice, given the subject matter and medium.
Looks very intriguing. I hope they slip in a reference about “tightening up the graphics on level three” into the commentary.
Mighty Gunvolt is a graphically simpler take on the main game — a la Castlevania spin-off Kid Dracula and Mighty Final Fight for NES — that takes place across five stages.
There’s nothing about what I just read — and watched — that I don’t like.
Niche? Definitely, but my interest is piqued.
I wasn’t aware of that; I’ve only watched a handful of matches.
By the way, it should be pointed out that this is a far more humane — and entertaining — alternative to cock fighting, dog fighting and other illegal gambling involving animals going mano a mano.
Aquarius has been dominating up until Robert found Blanka. The tables have turned.
Pokemon x Animal Crossing x Zelda x Pikmin confirmed.
Another glitch: MissingNo. is conspicuously absent from the poll.
I’d prefer if they were to announce and then launch Portal 3, only to have the screen turn black upon "completion" with the words Half-Life 3 fading in, transitioning into what has more or less become a legend when we are just expecting the credits to roll.
I would love my shit.
Granted, it’d be nigh impossible to keep the surprise under wraps beyond day one, if those of us to discover the secret first would have a surprise paramount to a thousand unexpected Christmas and birthday gifts combined.
The press would obviously need extended NDAs, but if they could pull it off..
A whole discussion about ActRaiser and no mention of the Dark Cloud series? Also.. everyone go and play Terranigma. Now. It was only released in Japan and Europe, but find it and play it. It’s far and away my favorite Quintet title.
And hell yeah, Phalanx had ridiculously box-art:
That GIF is can never be “wrong.” Not ever. Its rightness knows no bounds.
Game doesn’t use every single Vita feature: “OMG, why is this even on the Vita?! The Vita sucks because it’s not Vita enough!”
I have never heard this sentiment. Not a single time.
The Vita TV should remedy this, but as of now.. yes. Needlessly difficult. You can do a hardware mod for video out, but it’s no easy task. Not to mention something that should have been included — officially — from day one.
Hell, there’s no technical limitation preventing Sony from implementing something like reverse Remote Play: Vita output to the PS4 instead of the other way around.
The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask isn’t getting an official remake anytime soon…
I disagree, but that’s pure speculation on my part. That something wasn’t announced at E3 came as somewhat of a surpise to me; it seemed inevitable that they would announce Majora’s Mask 3D for the 3DS or — less likely, but still possible — Majora’s Mask HD for the Wii U.
They’ve been dropping hints and subtly teasing it for well over a year now, there’s no way it’s not being actively worked on in some form or another. The question is simply when they’ll see it fit to pull back the curtain.
Indeed, though this review is much more coherent; the one on The Verge strikes me as a some sort of stream-of-consciousness rough-draft with the writer’s opinion in constant contradiction of itself, at once painting the film as a masterpiece and next a complete disaster.
I dig the food analogy, by the way.