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A prime Karl Gotch could wield that blade.
Sure they are. Countless sites dubbing them GOTY or among the best games ever, when really they’re just good or very good.
If he didn’t mention origins specifically, it could be a ps4 Rocksteady Arkham game for next year.
Sounds more like he needs therapy for the damage his grandmother and the zealots in Alabama have done.
Otherwise I agree, only in the sense that we should crave more sophistication in drama, instead of something that is gratuitous for the sake of it.
This game is getting so much hype I’ve got a feeling it won’t live up to expectations.
Considering Uncharted games have been overrated, I’m more than a little wary.
Side mission villains. Arguably Two Face was underutilized too.
No Rocksteady, no Dini, no Conroy, no Hamill. At least there’s less pressure for wb Montreal since expectations are significantly lower.
Not overly surprising considering price of new games and premium priced dlc. Given AC 3 didn’t meet the lofty expectations of even its hardcore fan base and how dlc was lacklustre when judged against the cost to the player, this increase could well be a one off spike given how cautious a lot of players will be for Black Flag.
Do the people get to tax governments who produce violent wars?
And the remnants of Ubisoft’s soul burns to ash.
Broken Sword games are among my all time faves. Pinnacle of point ‘n’ click adventure puzzlers
Has there been a Tron Racer game? Seems like an obvious tie in. Could put the wipeout devs on it.
This their final push before ps4?
Or weapons were meant to be restricted at both Arkham Asylum, and Arkham City. Villains still got their hands on weapons of course, but within a controlled, secure environment. Out there on the mean streets of Gotham I’d guess it’s more of a free for all with weapons everywhere (and knowing Black Mask, he’s heavily into arms dealing and stockpiling)
My main knock on Tomb Raider was Lara not fending for herself long enough in the game. She had too many friends to bump into and reach to progress the story, where I think the isolation of her survival against the elements, wild animals and crazy survivors who had been stuck there for years would have been more compelling.
The opening levels of the game until she reaches the first temple camp with her friend and the professor were about as perfect as you could get in game design and story telling.
I’m hoping Rocksteady is working on the next gen Batman, using the new unreal engine.
People are being rightfully cautious over a $60+ investment.
Absolution was an OK game, got it discounted on PSN, but Tomb Raider is great, and Sleeping Dogs was perhaps the biggest surprise last year in terms of a fun game with replay value.
WB going the cheap option. Gonna wait for reviews before purchase, whereas I preordered ‘city’
NCAA won’t pay for medical care of athletes from injuries sustained during their collegiate career once they’ve graduated. A lot of scholarships don’t cover their stay in full, paying as little as 10% of their fees. NCAA claim image likeness and name rights of all student athletes who can be sued for making money external to ncca sports using their own name.
NCAA is so corrupt, an episode of South Park satirised them.
Their concerns aren’t for the broke athletes they’re making billions of dollars off of, though.
Tattoos are becoming common issues in licensing, as artists are able to claim creative rights even for work commissioned for them to do. Basically if you’re an athlete or entity who may end up having your likeness merchandise, you’re going to have to get a contract with a tattoo artist to give up rights to tattoos you have them design for you. That’s how batty the world has got with the culture of money grabbing lawsuits.
Meh, just jumping on the mobile app bangwagon, essentially.