Mar 29th 2012 2:36AM @HellFlyer
It's only $17 to get the entire game, doesn't seem that expensive imo.
And they added in a "champions" mode for pvp, where gear is cosmetic only and the entire tech tree is unlocked so everyone can compete on equal footing.
It's a pretty fun game, and that bundle is definitely worth the asking price - that 17 dollars gets you more content than most full-priced games.
Mar 19th 2012 9:33PM @(Unverified)
That post by the PR guy is probably one of the most interesting things to come out of the whole ME3 ending anger so far - it's pretty cool to get an inside look like that.
Mar 18th 2012 10:10PM @(Unverified)
There are plenty of legitimate reasons for people to be upset over the games ending. This article summarizes them nicely:
Mar 18th 2012 10:04PM @(Unverified)
Yknow, there are plenty of perfectly valid reasons to be upset about the ending. This article summarizes them nicely:
Feb 24th 2012 7:52PM @T24
They added these rewards in ADDITION to the ones that were already there. So for 30 dollars you get the completed game, access to all the development stuff (including beta), HD download of the documentary, as well as the digital sound tracks for both the game and the documentary.
Seems more than fair to me.
Feb 17th 2012 3:43PM Screw ME and CoD, Dungeon Defenders for $3 is the best deal on that list. That game is one of the most fun co-op games I've ever played, and has gotten tons of support, patches, and DLC from the devs since launch.
At that price, everyone should own it.
Jan 20th 2012 3:54AM @Emophia I can hear the line in my head....
"Let's get more specific about my pay."
Jan 19th 2012 12:30AM
Jan 12th 2012 2:20AM This game is amazing. It's like an asynchronous multiplayer version of Fire Emblem, where units, gear, and spells exist as tiles in your hand. You have 5 action points you can spend each turn, which you can use to deploy a unit, move, attack, cast a spell, or equip a unit.
The art style looks fantastic, the UI is slick (and familiar to anyone who's played words with friends), and the gameplay is incredibly engaging.
Given the entry price of free, this is a game everyone should own.
Dec 25th 2011 4:14AM Whenever I'm away from my computer