Freaking awesome! I hope they do allot of these and release them in a collectors edition of the game.
Friday, October 30, 2009
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Tuesday, October 27, 2009
Ok so I've got some good ones today. Starting off with Otep's Breed that was originally done by Nirvana. Then we have some Soilwork's Nerve. And my favorite band Disturbed's Inside The Fire, dude can freaking sing. And bring up the rear Mushroomhead's Solitaire Unraveling.
Rock on mother fekers.
Monday, October 26, 2009
So Yeah Fable III with Natal.
There's two downsides I see to this one being that I have not interest in motion sensing games. If I did I'd be playing my Wii all the time. As it stands the thing never really gets touched. And most real gamers don't do there serious gaming on it ether.
Downside number two is there going to have microtransactions. I really hate that word. Nickel and dimeing for everything sucks and only those who really want something or have the money will buy stuff and everyone else will be playing a game missing things that it should already have. Now of course I'm not talking about full blown expansions or things like that but like a sword. Yeah one freaking sword. Just freaking give it to us in a game update you cheap bastards.
Friday, October 23, 2009
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Monday, October 19, 2009
I also had a thought that really achievement points are just an evolution of what video games have taught us. Even in the NES days we wanted the high score. We've wanted to find all the whistles in Super Mario 3. We've wanted to get all the Matera in Final Fantasy 7. Some, but not all of us to some degree or another are completionests. And partly so by the very video games we've played. At lest looking back that's what I see for myself.
I'd love to see Nintendo follow suit and create something similar. What's great about them if you don't like them,that's fine you don't have to get them. Options is the key word. Great developers and sellers of anything know that giving people options they like is the greatest way to sell. Cars, Movie theaters, Music, restaurants, bars are all made better with good options.