I was expecting oldschool to appear. Not that I am disappointed in any way that he didn't.
Namco Brigade is a great name for a magazine.
I would love to see the hype if Yoshi was DLC. I like the hyperbole. It shines like a star.
Christ, what's your problem with Cheetahmen 2? I know that the game sucks (OK, I don't know, because I've never played a Cheetahmen game), but still, you're more hung up on it than I am on Devil Survivor. Oh, that reminds me....*plants a well-deserved boot firmly up Devil Survivor's ass*
Oh, man, don't even bring up Action 52... So bad...
" The Mario Galaxy 2 marketing treatment pails in comparison to that of Halo 3's. Just saying. "
The Mario Galaxy 2 marketing treatment pails in comparison to that of Halo 3's. Just saying.
It would have been awesome if OXM had a 10 page review of the Halo: Reach Beta.
You know, the quickness you got this up has me imagining you had this in your back pocket for a while and was just waiting for the most opportune time to unleash its awesomeness on us.
I was expecting 6 magazine cover mock-ups for each game, but it was an entertaining read nonetheless.
If you haven't read the press release stuff that Future Publishing put out to hype its upcoming Mario Galaxy 2-centric issue, you should really do so here. It's not any surprise that the official magazine of a console manufacturer would go out of its way to hype its coverage, but when you've got someone saying that its review is "the only one that matters," that's when things become morbidly humorous. I'm pretty sure I don't even need to say why. So let's take the time to see what sorts of press releases other, lesser-known games would get if they had the backing and finances of a big-name first party magazine, as depicted by yours truly. ---- Katamari Forever