The first Sega home console was the SG-1000, but most of my friends who had a Sega before the Genesis had the Sega Master System.
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"His proflicacy and success combined to make him a ubiquitous figure and brand within the literary world."
I'm not following "proflicacy" here; either you mean "prolificity," meaning that he was prolific, or you mean "profligacy," meaning that he was wasteful and extravagant. The latter is only one letter away from the word you typed, but it's also kind of insulting.
"The reason it’s a thrill to win is because you’re more likely to lose."
This is exactly why I loved both Demon's & Dark Souls; this sentiment is exactly what happens when you experience those games cold, without wikis or knowing anything else about what's happening or where to go. Demon's & Dark souls don't hold your hand, and have no qualms about throwing you into situations for which you are not prepared.
I have to agree that Demon's Souls is the harder game; that the worlds become more difficult every time you die in them (world tendency) is diabolical, and Dark Souls doesn't do that. I fear this trend of becoming easier will plague Dark Souls 2...
Yes, it's terrible. I wish I could get a refund. Character switching is tedious, and multiplayer makes it worse, with inactive players literally left with nothing to do or look at. I even bought it for Wii U because I figured multiplayer would be great with the second screen; they didn't even use the Wii U GamePad's second screen for anything but character switching. The puzzle solutions are either obvious or non-sensical. It was a huge waste of my time to play through it once. I got to a section of the game which was for one character (The Twins), and after watching me play through that level for 15 minutes my wife just put down her controller and left.
Deathspank was pretty tedious too. Maybe he should retire instead of making shitty games; I'd like less shitty games from which to choose.
I called this months ago, and plenty of you responded saying I was wrong.
Anyhow, the thing that sucks about this for me personally is that it may be one less title I purchase for Wii U; I wasn't stoked on the GamePad mechanics, and trophies for a game like this are hard to pass-up.
This game was one of the reasons I bought a Wii U.
As long as EA doesn't get Darksiders I don't care one bit about this ...
(Maybe I don't care anyway since Joe Madureira left Vigil...)
Yes, my parents bought one for my kids this week; it was the deluxe model, and they are also getting Scribblenauts.
I don't know about "sold out" either; my parents reported plenty at W*Mart and Toys'R'Us. I had been checking on-line earlier and found a couple Target stores that had them in-stock as well.