If both systems had more games I was interested in playing absolutely. At the moment I think Vita has Uncharted: Golden Abyss and Gravity Rush and PS4 has Infamous: Second Son and that's about it.
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Not really. I only buy a console when there's several games I really want to play on it. I just don't think it's worth the money if it's just for one game.
I think the system I've owned with the least amount of games is the Dreamcast. I only remember having Sonic Adventure 1 and 2 and Skies of Arcadia. But the system was discontinued so that's probably why.
How fast you receive a game depends on how close you live to a shipping center. Their shipping centers are located in Kansas City, Austin, L.A., Pittsburgh, Seatle and Tampa. I personally live in Michigan and receive games 3-4 days after they're shipped. Returning games is faster though, they usually ship a new game 1-2 days after I return a game. As for selection for anything this generation nearly everything will be in stock, but older generations a lot of games aren't available. You'll have no problem renting a game that's a few months old but getting brand new games isn't as easy. The pricing is $16 a month for 1 game at a time, $23 for 2, $30 for 3 and $37 for 4.
I played WoW for nearly a decade now. I use to really enjoy the game in classic/bc but it seems the game has moved farther away from what I want over the years. The game is ridiculously easy now, nearly everything is reduced to faceroll with little to no chance of failure and no strategy needed to succeed. The introduction of LFG/LFR which if you aren't aware let's you literally click on a dungeon or raid and automatically be thrown into a group for it completely removed server communities, I use to love making friends when I had to make my own groups and generally knowing the people on my server. And now microtransactions, I really hate the idea of being able to buy in game items with real currency and don't want to play a game that does that. Is there any MMORPG's out there that are still difficult, social and aren't pay-to-win?
This is my first review I've ever written so bare with me. I feel this game isn't receiving the recognition it deserves so I wanted to discuss it.
The newest installment to the Bit. Trip series and a direct sequel to Bit. Trip Runner Bit. Trip Presents Runner 2: Future Legend of Rhythm Alien will have you jumping, sliding, kicking and yes even dancing your way to a harmonious musical victory.
While Runner2's raw graphics aren't breaking any records it's highly stylized art style is gorgeous. The game's sound track is also phenomenal.
Runner2 is a rhythm based side-scrolling platformer. To complete a level you have to jump, kick, slide, reflect projectiles with a shield and otherwise react to obstacles. Where I find value in the game is it's difficulty, you will die and then you will die again and again but that's not entirely a bad thing. You'll feel a sense of achievement and satisfaction after hectically managing to complete a challenging level that will make it all worth it.
Developed by Gaijin Games and released on Steam, XBLA, PSN and Wii U's eShop Runner2 is a game worthy of your time.
I play WoW, Xbox 360 and PS3 games and easily 90% of the people I meet are male. There might be more girls playing Facebook games like Farmville or maybe iOS games or that kind of thing but certainly not hardcore games.