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You can pre-order the new version now at a 25 per cent discount and also receive the Hard Time Loot Bag, a pack of exclusive in-game items - including an exclusive mask, red dot weapon sight and bundle of in-game cash.
n general, the steamier scenes are harmless and clichéd (one character 'accidentally' leaves her camcorder running while she takes a shower, for example) but it's all fairly PG-12.
...if a massive thing has you backed into a corner, there aren't many options - but here it's thrilling to duck out with perfect timing, and leave the monster flailing while your partner unloads.
There's one omission that smarts a little, with the Japanese voice track that accompanied the Wii version entirely absent. In its place is the fully localised, fully voiced English dialogue, complete with the slightly amateurish, totally charming voice work that Nintendo has lent its RPGs in recent history. It's the sole compromise that seems to have been made with this port.
Ready at Dawn has previously noted that it is using 4x multi-sampling anti-aliasing (MSAA) which, at 1920x800, is more demanding on the GPU than a full HD framebuffer using post-process AA.
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Super Stardust - which has its origins in the 1993 Amiga game, Stardust, co-created by one of Housemarque's founders - is best described as Asteroids pasted onto a giant sphere.
Fans criticised Crystal's 2013 Tomb Raider reboot for a lack of the series' trademark puzzle-based platforming.
One tuber's first attempt at a speed run?
Oh there is action but it's generic, old hat and standard. Think gears of war in really small areas. There is a reason this looks so good graphically I ended up skipping chunks of video to actually try and find the gameplay
For Ready at Dawn, developer of PlayStation 4 exclusive The Order: 1886, it's a matter of quality, not quantity.
...it never plays better, because the design is forever hogtied to the earliest, simplest incarnation of the 3DS.
That is a far more likely scenario than your fantasy situation where Steam/XBL/PSN will start revoking licenses for no reason.
It actually takes more effort to frown than it does to smile
Why can't they just release at full price, then release a major DLC every 6 months for lifetime of the game at say £30 a time and leave this pay 2 win crap out for a change....
"Well, we were aiming for a 2012 release," Seropian jokes over Skype. "Wait, is it 2015 now? What took so long!" (blah blah ipad 3 4 5 blah)