Unprofessional Fridays: 11/21/2014
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Nintendo's all-stars assemble once again, resulting in one of the best reasons to own a Wii U (and eight GameCube controllers).
The move to more powerful consoles has resulted in a prettier looking wrestling game, but also a far less enjoyable one.
Far Cry 4's open-world provides ludicrous moments and enough chaotic fun to make it worth your while.
@sammo21: Maybe you shouldn't spend money on things you don't even want.
So does Lego Batman 3 actually feature the other DC characters in its story this time? That was the issue I had Lego Batman 2. The story focused primarily on Batman, Robin, Superman, Batman villains and Lex Luthor. The other DC characters that were present were barely present.
Wil Wheaton is completely wasting E3 watching the sportsball tournament. Someone should shout at him.
This is the same as the trailer Alex posted on the 28th, but with only the Nintendo platforms listed.
I was hoping they'd show something new. Oh well. It's a Lego game. Just imagine a Lego game, but in space.
No release date yet? :(
This year I played Lego Batman 2, Lego The Lord of the Rings, and the fucking DS version of Lego Marvel. I'm not sick of the series just yet. I need to play the console version of Lego Marvel, then I'm ready for Lego Batman 3.
Little Inferno was a pleasant surprise.
Giana Sisters: Twisted Dreams got hard earlier than I expected it to. Or maybe I just suck. That's also likely.
@thecheese33: Nintendo meant that the exclusion of same-sex couples was not intended as a social commentary. The interpretation that inclusion of same-sex couples would have been a social commentary is just that: an interpretation. That the statement was unclear and lead to misunderstanding is unfortunate.
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