Dec 26th 2011 9:00PM At first, I thought the Vita was a must-buy.
Now, I can't decide
I got pretty used to 5-30 min mobile games on something that I can also use for calling people, navigation, music, browsing in a much smaller form-factor with the same screen (Galaxy Note).
If I want to play AAA games, there's Steam,
for anything mobile I have Android (the quality of games has skyrocketed in the last year, plus iOS ports)
Also, the prices in Europe are insane! 230GBP in UK versus 250USD? Sony has to either bring down the price to US levels, or prepare for low sales in Europe.
Dec 26th 2011 7:23PM I wonder how hard they tried to get Federer.
Not hard enough evidently.
Dec 26th 2011 6:03AM In the not too distant future...
Dec 23rd 2011 10:01AM I always imagined something like that being done by Activision, shady government work seems right up Kotick's street.
Would be amazing to see design specifications for this project.
Dec 22nd 2011 1:25PM I tend to double whatever linux users pay, even then i feel bad, could never pay just $0.01, that's just shameful. If any of those guys get any prize I hope Valve takes it away from them, for scamming both Steam and ripping for the fine people from Humble Indie Bundle. If they have to stop giving out Steam keys because of this I will be so CHANGRY.
Dec 22nd 2011 11:19AM @11bitstudios
Thanks for answering guys! (Really, incredibly cool of you).
I appologise for my incorrect assumption, the article implies that it was.
I will be eagerly awaiting its release.
I hope your Android venture is a success, wish you best of luck in 2012 and for you to keep making awesome games!
Dec 22nd 2011 11:05AM Is it wrong that I read out the text in the voice of Bill O'Reilly? (As someone from outside the US he is the biggest and best example of everything that is wrong with the right-wing portion of US media).
Dec 22nd 2011 4:41AM I know it might make sense for developers to be exclusive to Amazon AppStore, but it makes me so Changry on a purely personal level. Problem with these 3rd-party stores is that the people outside US can't enjoy it legally. Pirating mobile content seems like stealing penny sweets or *cough* candy, from a shop, so I'll just hold out hope that it will make its way to the normal Marketplace.
Dec 20th 2011 7:35PM @Faenix
I got 5, all coal+ 50% off Jamestown (which I got in Humble Indie Bundle a while back).
Ho well, this is what Xmas holidays are for eh, getting pointless achievements for virtual lumps of coal.