|Joystiq Playstation||13 Comments|
|Joystiq Nintendo||1 Comment|
|Big Download||69 Comments|
Jan 4th 2012 12:41AM @Hyperion45
Brink frequently throws me into empty servers with the quick match button. Although in its defence it does have a ton of empty servers.
Jan 4th 2012 12:33AM @TheTorch
Might as well send my copy to Crytek, ask for my money back and promise I'll pirate Crysis 3.
Seriously though, they should try a little harder next time. The only thing I can say is that there was a 'so bad it's good' moment when my suit started urging me to "GET YOUR ASS TO CENTRAL PARK, MARINE!"
Jan 3rd 2012 6:14PM @stonedauwg
Turning perceptions of reasonable, alternative viewpoints into tired cliches is one of the great PR successes of the modern era. They steal your money, and they don't even have to pay you to defend their right to do so.
Jan 3rd 2012 2:38PM @gordogg24p
I think Brink should get some recognition too - it is a LOT of fun online (most reviews put it at 6 to 7 based on the singleplayer, which is crazy). Thanks to patches and Steam sales, it is continuing, albeit fairly quietly in the gaming press.
Jan 3rd 2012 1:55AM @Korbie
For a blockbuster game, L.A. Noire was surely the most original of the year. We're getting to the stage in the industry that its big-budget compadres are so uninteresting that the top 10 will have to be filled with indie.
Jan 2nd 2012 11:17PM @Shadowbender
Once you have purchased it in a speedy manner, you will probably end up playing through it very slowly indeed. I find myself making unnecessary cups of tea, sandwiches and taking a smoke break every checkpoint. Combined with the terror, a heart attack is surely not very far away.
Dec 30th 2011 6:59PM @HermanNugent
We have only two options to get the next installment - presidential intervention, or violent revolution. The gamers of the world have nought to lose but their chains!
Dec 30th 2011 6:56PM @Foetoid
No shooter has come out since that is anywhere near as good, so sort yourself out fool!
Dec 30th 2011 6:50PM EA "neither for or against the bill" - just using it as free advertising space. Although you mention them as corporate 'sponsors', does this mean they paid anything towards lobbying for the bill in the first place?
Dec 29th 2011 10:52PM @Xero Theory
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