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Her Story is a bold and largely successful experiment in interactive crime fiction.
Rocksteady's gorgeous-looking third Arkham game refines its open-world format a bit and lets you drive a whole hell of a lot of Batmobile.
It's squid kids and ink blasting abound in Nintendo's exceptionally fun new online shooter.
Everyone knows Parasite Eve was only 500 words long.
Like my new username better. "Paperlink" was fun, but eh. Boring. Dumb puns are way better.
I would like to formally request a Photoshop of the pros and cons of both of these super-powered animals. Preferably in the form of a Bastion weapon, pros being green and cons being red. Thank you. For Context:
I thought Zeonic Front was pretty cool. Federation Versus Zeon was also good. They just need to bring Gundam vs. Gundam over here.
And these DW games may not be good, but they're way better than Journey to Jaburo.
I've used one quite a bit recently. Super Meat Boy, Jamestown, RE5 -- I find all of those much more playable with a controller.
Have they updated the iPhone app yet? That thing was really outdated looking even when it came out and lacked a lot of functionality
Nah. They've switched over to just making a better mobile version of the site for paid members. But, the regular mobile site works fine.
And I may actually get a WinPhone 7 after seeing this.
I would never "nom," anything, ever, anywhere. I do have drinks on my while I play games, though.
I'll buy PC games that I own on consoles when they go for sale real cheap on Steam.
@PeasantAbuse said:I'm waiting to see if one of my friends decide to get the Terraria 4 pack, but if they don't I'll be buying Terraria and Hitman: Blood Money. EDIT: Ended up buying these myself.Goddamn you, man. You literally just caused me to spend money on 4 games I didn't even consider before this comment. ...at least I love Hitman....
I'm waiting to see if one of my friends decide to get the Terraria 4 pack, but if they don't I'll be buying Terraria and Hitman: Blood Money. EDIT: Ended up buying these myself.
I bought that too!
In reverse chronological order: Terraria - $2.49, Universe Sandbox - $5, Bully - $3.74, Trine - $1.99, Puzzle Agent - $3.34, Chime - $1.25, Just Cause 2 - $4.99, Dawn of War II: Retribution - $14.99, and Recettear - $5.00.
Use your keyboard!
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