@TaliciaDragonsong: I suppose they could realize the error and cancel them or refuse to fulfill (not sure what the law is on that kind of thing, as I know in retail you have to honor the advertised price even if it's incorrectly signed) but who knows, either way its not like you'd lose anything that way. I'll update if they cancel my order or send me a message (as I purchased the maximum of 3). I may place a second order with 3 more and this would be Christmas presents for everyone lmfao
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@PrioritySeven: I am sure they will next year when.......the avengers comes out....
So, not sure these will be honored but I purchased 3 and the order went through (made sure to use a Visa giftcard I had).
For those who don't want to click first, it's the Nintendo 3DS units at less than $15 a piece (the black is going for 8.99). Of course, buyer beware, but as I said I used a throw away Visa gift card to see if it would go through and it did.
People say Final Fantasy all the time and never get near to completing them (I'm not saying that's you). I would venture to say up until the last couple of years where games have gotten shorter and easier, most people didn't finish games they loved. How many people do you know who actually completed SMB1?
@FRW456: I don't ever really hear anyone use the term that often anymore...closest is if some boy hears a girl on a mic in TF2 and flips out. COD is the worse though, in my opinion, as it seems every game has turned into "thinks he hardass latino" yelling at "thinks he hardass black guy" followed by "hopes hes hardass white guy" throwing in racial slurs (who's kidding, they all were). When a girl talks its usually followed by silence and then lots of reasons to never get on the mic ever again.
Not to further the stereotype, but I used to think that Halo was where this was and now I am almost specifically certain COD has taken it up. I've played far too many hours of Halo Reach and have yet to hear anyone say anything on there as most people in mics are in parties.
Anyways, back on topic, rock on GAMER. :)
So...what happened to the big mechanical dude with a mustache from the original teaser? Have they ditched him?
I would have to disagree...the game did what sequels are supposed to in games: improve upon the mechanics and deliver an equal or better experience...Mass Effect 2 did that. Just because there were fewer sliders and dials doesn't make it a worse game...that's a dumb excuse. I am a pen and paper role playing fan and an video game role playing fan. What most video games forget is that you are playing a role. I think most gamers who make these arguments in the end just want a calculator to play with and to do some math problems: Fuck that shit, respectively.
Also, Mass Effect 2 didn't have the horrible rendering problems, terrible Mako driving, or horrendous inventory.
Again, I disagree and I am both a role playing fan and an RPG fan. ME1 was good only for the story and that's literally it...the rest was some failed attempt at making a poor Gears of War 1 clone into a poor man's PC RPG...it did nothing buy story well.
@Little_Socrates: I would say, in general, Gamestop is worse. At least at a Best Buy I haven't had someone constantly talk terrible video game information to me or act like talking about the import scene matters to the type of client who comes in to the store. At my local Best Buys I get help when I look for it. Of course both of our opinions are based on our experiences, which every location isn't the same.
I was a manager at a Gamestop for almost 2 years and sometimes the stuff I would hear from coworkers was hilarious. I don't know if it boiled down to them thinking they needed people to think they were highly mindful about video games or something but it was hilarious. Also, not liking every call of duty game or madden apparently labels you as "the guy who doesn't like anything".