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OR, they were simply grasping for straws in trying to broaden the audience to get more sales. And are unwilling to make a new IP to achieve what they want. So they are bulldozing DR instead.
I agree. Zelda games often have activities and little rewards dotted about that you can either take up or ignore without losing much of the appeal. I hope Nintendo stick to that in BofW.
I'll finally get that Skyline - heard good things about it, and with that price it is bargain.
While some offers will be available for the entirety of the sale, others will rotate in daily, so it's worth checking back.
I came in here thinking this was the other Roller Coaster Tycoon kind of game - Planet Coaster or whatever. Why are they named so similar?! One could easily confuse this review for that game if they dont read it carefully. Did Tycoon purposefully name it that way to steal sales?
Maybe I'm complaining prematurely (wouldn't be the first time), but are other Wii U owners concerned about the number of rumoured ports?
Also, the non-food shops don't work properly. selling 4 ballons per month in a park with 2000+ guests smells like it's broken. Even when you set the price far below running costs people will not buy balloons...
RCTW = Return Castle to Wolfenstein
Must be strange this whole thing of having to wait and hope for a weekly update on whether a single new game has been made to work on your "next gen" system.
Hold on, this got shot down but around the same time Nintendo gave Battalion wars the go ahead?
Sometimes things just don't work out.
Oh, and the audio is still a problem. While the quality seems to have been mostly returned back to original Skyrim standards the volume is still quieter than in any game I own. I play most games with the volume level at circa 40% whereas with SSE it needs to be at 80%.
Actually, no. Of the three platforms which the Skyrim Special Edition appears on it is only PS4 which is not permitted to have mods which use any kind of new assets.
PC and Xbox is a free for all.
So yes on PC and Xbox it us highly likely that two conflicting scripts in your load list are clashing. This is why Bethesda have disclaimers about the mod experience.
Even then though, for PS4, it is still perfectly possible that a user can install mods which use up more memory in some areas of the game than the original game intended. It thereby falls over and either hangs or crashes.
In neither of these cases are Bethesda at fault. They are not making you modify your game in this way.
This is new territory for console players. Many don't seem to realise that a mod mucking up your game isn't Bethesda's fault. Nor their duty to try and work out how to fix it.
Indifferent news! Thought both games were shite but no one is forcing me to buy this one.
That's because new version of XCOM was totally dumbed down - it's obvious if you have played the original.
Mouse and keyboard will be ALWAYS superior in strategy/tactical genre, unless developer would do a poor job at designing interface.
Fair enough. It sounds like it really hasn't been much use to you! I'll be honest, I didn't expect much when they introduced the recommended lists but I've been pleasantly surprised. It's definitely better than Netflix, which seems to recommend stuff based on the fact that it's also on Netflix!
To be fair though, Call of Duty would be a reasonable recommendation based on those games don't you think? It's a very popular FPS after all. I think some people are under the impression that 'recommendation' means 'we can read minds'. I've been recommended plenty I have no interest in, that's a given, but I've also been made aware of some games I never would have sought out myself. Anything that can refine the process is only a plus.
Can I just d/l on my PC and stream across my local (gigabit) network to the TV or is that going to be a problem?
Good. Maybe other sites can take note, especially gaming sites such as Eurogamer which still use bullshots.
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