Oct 8th 2009 3:43PM I know right?! I am SO glad I got Assassin's Creed and it made me a better at killing people with a metal shiv spring-loaded from my wrist.
W..... T...... F......
Sep 21st 2009 4:14PM I don't see what the problem is, The Guild is sponsored by a company, so they make it on XBL. Microsoft would have to foot the bill for the non-sponsored programming in terms of storage and bandwidth.
Microsoft would consider playing re-runs of the Gummi Bears cartoon if Sprint paid them to do it, but it's not worth the monetary investment for them to provide "free" programming to an audience so varied as the Xbox Live community.
Hell, the comments on this post alone shows how different peoples tastes are. It's just not worth it to Microsoft to expend the resources to only hit a small portion of the demographics they are working with.
And really... if you want to watch user created web content, or if you are upset about the lack of a web browser, go sit at your computer and surf the web. If Microsoft wants to add new features to the Xbox, great! But it's not their job to build the Xbox into anything other than what I bought it for, a gaming console.
Sep 21st 2009 1:37PM No question... beating the original game to find that... WHAT?! He's a girl?!
As a kid that totally blew my mind. I can't think of another serious game at that time that had a female protagonist.
Jul 30th 2009 2:26PM Japan for 10 days of awesomeness.
Mar 2nd 2009 6:28PM Starcraft, full frontal attack on their base entrance while you drop a carrier full of ghosts in the back. I used to build a lot of nuclear silos back then.
Dec 22nd 2008 7:09PM Technically yes, but you have to figure how much EA spent during the same time period. I would wager it was more than the $11M that Take-Two is reporting to the SEC.
Dec 18th 2008 7:00PM Does this footage remind anyone else of Perfect Dark for the N64? Definitely in part the weapons, but also maybe the movement or textures or something? I don't know, but if this game can reproduce the fun of the first Perfect Dark it will be a solid addition to the Wii lineup.
Oct 21st 2008 7:28PM The Latin word "ubi" which means "Where" is pronounced Ooobi.
I personally assumed it was taken from the Latin word, so I always pronounced it as such.
Aug 14th 2008 2:52PM If I recall correctly, and sadly I am 99% sure I do. The weapon was called "Lead Bubble". So apparently the bubbles were made of translucent... lead. Also would explain why they just dropped to the ground and rolled away.
Jun 23rd 2008 8:31PM I agree with most of the angry statements here, however, you have to figure that this is Entertainment Weekly. Most of the readership of EW barely knows what the Dream Cast is, let alone the King's Quest.
I don't necessarily agree with the 50 that made it on the list, but I am excited as all hell that they even MADE a top 50 list. A few years ago these would have been "Best 50 Movies", "Best 50 TV Shows", and "Best 50 Books", and that's pretty much it.