I was disgusted when I heard they were remaking The Thing (the one with Kurt Russel) but I eventually saw it and it was a prequel, not a remake. I liked it; I even bought the Disk to see the special effects closer.
Was Carpenter not involved in it?
I ask because you are one of the (not just video-games) Journalists I respect most and I am curious to know what your thoughts are on the new The Thing.
David Hater could've done the facial mocap just as well.
By the way. Hayter not being Snake (be it Naked/Solid/Liquid etc) is a big deal. He'll be alright and does not need the money but he'll be like Conan without The Tonight Show. There are things that money (or credit) can't buy or replace.
I didn't know Microsoft was within it's right to place all those ads on my paid, gold membership. I don't like it one bit and I feel powerless against it.
I have no favorite console though I can't deal with the PS3's constant and slow system updates or it's Cell Processor's clash with video-game ports.
My Nintendo Wii has been gathering dust for years now and I don't see myself playing it anymore. I have been trying to get a gaming PC so I can take all my business to Steam but I realized that I am extremely bad with computers and their drivers and software troubleshooting.
Still, I guess I'm gonna have to learn because the 720 promises to be even more advertisement and kinnect focused.