Mar 1st 2012 9:07AM You forgot to tell everyone that the PS3 version contains Bioshock on the disc as a freebie.
Feb 29th 2012 7:31PM Why have GMs in America when all they do is type?
Feb 29th 2012 2:44PM @Softserve
I just purchased Overclocked from Amazon. Dang, I must have got the last copy from Amazon proper. It was at retail price.
Feb 21st 2012 1:10AM I hope this comes to American PSN!
Feb 21st 2012 1:06AM Thank you for posting this. I missed the whole psp and disgaea thing, so I am totally late to the party. Looking at Disgaea 3 for the Vita, I thought this would be my chance. I could get Disgaea 1 and 2 for the Vita via download, play Disgaea 3 on the Vita, and now I will have Disgaea 4 ready for me on the PS3 when I am ready.....say in a couple years. :D
Nov 2nd 2007 1:15PM Congratulations to Destination Games for the successful release!
Apr 9th 2007 2:53PM Do those numbers take into account that more PSP games will likely be in discount bins or at discounted prices than DS games?
Feb 20th 2007 4:44PM Horde/Alliance teams make no sense, there is no way to communicate.
What makes more sense is a battleground pitting teams of Alliance vs. Alliance and Horde vs. Horde.
Jan 25th 2007 3:45PM I think this post confuses raid leading and guild leading. A raid leader and a guild leader are two different things.
Dec 22nd 2006 4:44PM Just because Blizzard creates tools and gives support to players that modify the UI does not address the argument that using mods that gives advantages in-game is cheating. There is little difference between WoW mods of today and the Diablo trainers of yesterday.
The are only 2 differences between WoW mods and Diablo trainers. They are of two kinds: support and scope.
Firstly, Blizzard does not create any first-party mods, for WoW, but gives support and tools to third-party mod makers. The Diablo trainers which completely ruined that game where also done by a third-party, but no official channel existed to support them.
Lastly, the scope of the UI modifications for WoW are much more limited than the trainers for Diablo were.
It is a slippery slope, but looking at it from this perspective the only differences are of scale.
That is not to say I hate all UI modifications. This is not true, skinning is a good example of a UI mod that does not lend unfair advantages to users.
It is a major fault of a game if, like many say, the raid mods are NECESSARY for doing high-end content. If this is the case, then the game needs to be changed to allow proper play without the mods.
From my perspective, Blizzard is condoning and supporting cheating in their game.