thanks alot. I was waiting for this to come down a little bit in price.
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" @Arjuna said:Ya that must be it. I'm not a huge fan of the Uncharted franchise. That must make me anti PS3....grow up." @RavenX302 said:Don't worry about him, he's just some anti-ps3 shill "" not really interested "LOL! Check your pulse, dude, seriously... "
The Uncharted games are certainly well made games and I doubt that will be different with the new one. Personally, I think they are unbelievable bland and the way some people think the characters are so fantastically drawn out makes me wonder just how many people have ever picked up a book or watched any number of decent films.
To me Tomb Raider sounds a little more interesting and has more promise for my personal taste, but we'll have to wait and see some more of the new Reboot.
I never played any of the other ones, but I loved that one. I can't remember much about it and I don't know if I would find it as exciting as I did when it came out, still, I would love to bust that out again.
Desmond is easily the worst part of that game, along with his buddies. They could not be more bland and dull and it is so fucking annoy how developers simply get Nolan North to play basically some form of Drake. That said, I think you are right. Ubisoft should stop fucking around and just put their effort into AC3 in modern day with Desmond. After that they can do whatever they want to do with the series.
There is no man funnier than Redd Roxx and if the show's humor and actors didn't go so badly around the 4 season than Sanford and Son could have lasted at least 5 or 6 more seasons than it did. It probably would have lasted longer than six seasons anyway if Redd didn't apparently quit. which is funny because he went on to do junky spin off shows. Either way, unfortunately the humor was most certianly dead by the fifth season anyway.
" I approve. "haha, looks like you have Kirby's thumps up which is all that matters....Seriously, I know from experience that the simplest things are using the hardest as a single misplaced or exaggerated line can destroy to whole thing. Kirby is certainly one of those things. good job sir.
There are certainly some promising titles, but damn...I wish they new Kingdom Under Fire would be out some time.
A lot of games have multiplayer and/or leader board, (quite different, but still encouraging some level of online competition) still, I doubt it would become the absolute norm and way games are made. However, developers still push out games with multiplayer tacked onto the game, where the energy would probably be better spent smoothing out the singleplayer experience. It is something that is very much present in many games, (certainly big name games) to have some sort of added online feature. My only hope is that the online stuff only adds to the enjoyment or at least does not distract the enjoyment.
Considering it went against a beast like DS and Nintendo's past hand held experience, I think it held it's own alright. I actually really enjoyed my PSP at the time, but all I would want to play on it is JRPG's and things that I could take time with and not be forced to do precise or quick actions on and after a well you realize that you just don't want to look at a little screen for hours on end. Still, I think it is certainly a good little system, but much like Sony's PS3, I personally feel it lacks the exclusive title interest for me to really want to use it very much.