Sony's doing a NFS sale this week, and I'm wondering about the differences between this and Hot Pursuit. Is it pretty much just one has police events and the other doesn't, or are there other standout changes between games?
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I would be interested to see this if his strategy also included a virtual price cliff where after 12 - 18 months or something, the price just plummets. That would reward early adopters, get the people who sit on the fence for a bit, and also be a boon to those who are super price conscious.
A lot of good suggestions here. Halloween, the original Alien, The Thing are all some of my favorites. I also have soft spots for Ghost Ship (2002), House on haunted hill (1999), Dead Silence, Dead Snow, and Silver Bullet. I'm not sure how will the first Evil Dead would hold up; the effects are super low-budget, but the second one is a must.
I never got the feeling that the villain was actually as manically smart or clever as everyone around him kept saying or implying he was. As such, some of the things he was shown doing simply seemed like lazy writing. Other than this, the movie was mostly OK.
I may have to tinker with the color or some other setting in the game; I rarely noticed what color the names above their head was; maybe bumping contrast up if I can find it.
Thanks for the note about the recon ability; I tried it a few times, but couldn't tell if it was working. Does it highlight all soldiers in range, or just the enemy?
I tried out the MP this weekend, and while some of it was fun, I found a fair number of times that I was unable to tell who was or wasn't on my team until it was too late. I know that the primary colors for the teams are red and blue, but there were more than a few times that I couldn't make out the color until I was getting shot at, and by then it was usually too late.
I've never been a FPS fan, but with the switch in systems (had a 360, now moved to PS4) and change in generations, I want to give MP in games another go. Since I'm still "green", it's entirely possible that I was too taken up with trying to learn the loadouts, weapons, skills, etc. to see something that more experienced folks would easily pick up on.
Short form: What other cues could I look for, besides red / blue lights, and "shoot that guy who's trying to kill you"
These are all from the MS & McDonalds One Hot Holiday marketing thing, so if you want the codes, it looks like you have to do some registration stuff at www.onehotholiday.com
The first two are for "One Digital HD Episode - FOX TV show on Xbox Video"
The next five are all for "One Ms. Splosion Man Xbox 360 Game Download"
I traded my 360 in a while ago, and went PS4 this generation, so don't have any need for these.
If you think of it, post back if you use a code, and I'll cross them off the list.
I do not understand of a tablet with cell coverage. You have a phone for cell reception; there's no reason to be connected on a not-quite-laptop.
Yeah, that's why I was thinking the 5.00/month plan. Maybe if I had a daily commute on a train I would get the higher data plan, but I work from home so.....who knows when the data would get used.
@ilikepopcans: I assume that's advance warning about the adverse effect of owning too many Samsung products. At least I hope it is.