I did this with my old 360. You need the system, power brick and cord, video cables (HDMI or component), and one controller. Not sure about the hard drive - they told me specifically that you just need to bring everything necessary to play a game and since an HD isn't *technically* required, I don't know if it matters. Still a hell of a deal.
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Argh. I voted for Portal 2 because it feels like the right answer but man, Arkham Asylum was a fantastic game.
The most recent one I remember was getting 100% on was Assassin's Creed III. I'm not really sure why - I liked it least of all the games in the series. Still, full sync on all missions. I don't count multiplayer, though.
Is there no NDA attached to this beta?
Also, what I've seen is essentially the same at the failed WoW TCG that I played for about a year. It was fun, but it just made me want to play more Magic.
Nope, no NDA, per http://us.battle.net/hearthstone/en/blog/10639928/
I hope something like this is allowed! This is my first time making something like this but wanted to share the game with the Giant Bomb community since it's actually pretty cool. If you have any questions or feedback, feel free to leave it below!
I was looking for a new gaming podcast to listen to and remembered that the Giant Bombcast came highly recommended. This was probably Summer 2009. Checked out the website afterwards, watched the P4 Endurance Run, and have been hooked ever since.
I still like TNT but there's not really a whole lot of big multiplayer releases right now, is there? And on top of that, Ryan's passing certainly isn't going to help things. I expect they'll come back when there's something to play, but if not, there's still plenty of great content going up on the site.
Personally this is a beef of mine. I hate when people bash the games I love. Games like:
- Final Fantasy XII - a game ahead of its time, that influenced franchises like the Tales of, Star Ocean, Nier, Infinite Undiscovery and Ni No Kuni. And with his gambit system that so many people bashed around present in other games like Dragon Age: Origin.
- Silent Hill. Downpour: the combat is cumbersome, and there are framerate issues, but the expansive nature of the game, with a large and explorable map, secrets, easter eggs, and a interesting story makes the game so much more.
- Star Wars: The Force Unleashed: while the targetting system might be worse than it could have been, but the powers, the levels and even the corny story made it really enjoyable for me.
Final Fantasy XII was probably my favorite in the series and Star Wars: The Force Unleashed was amazing - I probably played through it three or four times. Never played any of the Silent Hill games, but you're spot on with the other two.