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Naughty Dog throws out its own rule book and challenges players to survive a harrowing but thrilling journey through a world forever changed by death and destruction.
Remember Me is an elegant premise executed problematically.
Insomniac's trademark creative weaponry gives a little extra oomph to Fuse's otherwise by-the-numbers third-person shooting.
@Vitor: For better or worse, my オヤジギャグ sense of humor has me attuned to bad puns.
Posted this in the other thread earlier.
Here's the text from the Wake-Up Club Trailer:
Mezamashidoumei: making waking up every day a little more fun. [The Japanese title is a pun on alarm clock kind of sounding like the word for oath/alliance and swapping out the kanji]
Add a clock to your Playstation Vita!
It has a digital and analog display, you can also customize the clock theme to your liking!
When you set the alarm, you'll join an "alliance."
You'll be automatically matched and form with an alliance with other users who wake up at the same time as you!!
When the alarm rings... Touch the moving and rotating avatar to stop the alarm.
If there are any alliance members who got up earlier than you, they can help encourage you to wake up!
When you are the one who wakes up early, you can cheer on other alliance members and give them your support!
HOWEVER... The later and later you get up... The more your screen will get filled up by your friends' support... So make sure you get up before it gets too difficult to touch the avatar!
If every member wakes up within 5 minutes, it's a wake up success!
Depending on how your alliance does, you'll get trophies!
The results are saved to your activities, and you can become friends with your alliance members!
Your number of wake-ups and detailed results are recorded so you can view them!
Mezamashidoumei: making waking up every day a little more fun.
Nothing too exciting but better than a regular alarm clock if you like strangers spamming you with GOOD MORNING at 7am.
Use your keyboard!
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