I can not tell you how much I'm looking forward to the QL of this tomorrow. Not that I have any real interest in the game, but I want to see the reactions of whomever they put on this game.
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I'm surprised at this timing. In the US (the obvious focus market), that is just one week before Black Friday. Will MS be able to restock shelves quickly enough after launch day to handle that crowd? Or will they be missing out on a huge commercial opportunity? Two weeks should be enough for Sony to get more PS4s out, so they may get the double bonus of releasing first and having stock for the Black Friday shoppers, while MS gets neither.
This is a good idea, but Rockstar has done a poor job of marketing it. Many people (myself included) are initially confused and think this is similar to the EA online pass. In actuality, it is more like an all-inclusive Cerberus Network where you pay one price and get free access to all DLC coming out through July. I already have the Naked City and the Badge Collection stuff, so I'm only saving a couple bucks with the pass, but it is certainly a good idea for anyone who didn't preorder the game or especially for anyone who picks it up used.
A couple of good ones I've found on Indie Games are Breath of Death VII and Cthulu Saves the World, both by Zeboyd games. I also have Epic Dungeon, but haven't gotten around to playing it yet. If nothing else, this article will make me find out more about Sequence. Love the improved news reports on here now.
Hate this... but more so for RPGs and such. Sports games really only need a reference sheet anyway. I always read a manual cover to cover before I play any game, and then again after playing the game for a couple hours to see if I have missed anything helpful. I hope this isn't what every company does now. I still love my Fallout 1 spiral bound notebook, and while that isn't practical for console games, there have been some great looking, useful manuals for games this generation that I would have missed.
I could run Sega better than anyone in their management has for the past 15 years. To think that at one point, Sega was in a dead heat with Nintendo back when Genesis was king.