I really don't understand what the point of name dropping skyrim in this
Yeah it seems a little strange, 2 different games, so I'm not sure what it has to do with the dlc.
Yeah, but its 2 different studios isn't it? Idk just doesn't seem relevant to me.
Same publisher, however Dishonored isn't a big enough thing for microsoft to pay for exclusivity. Also, it's not Bethesda game studios so they aren't unable to figure out how to make something work on the PS3.
The reason this product can be a success is business, a tablet with a real file system that companies can lock down as they see fit and that you will always have a keyboard with you. If you can get 10+ hours of battery life on it so you can get a full day of use out of it without needing to charge I really don't see a reason why this couldn't be a successful product. However I don't think this appeals to the average non tech savvy person as much as an ipad does. The problem is that I don't think microsoft can make the user experience better than apple can, however I think it doesn't make any sense to completely dismiss the product until you have it in your hands and you can try it out because "feel" can mean alot to a device like this.
I am still going through a second play through of ME2 because I am very curious about this. My plan currently is to have every single member of my team die in the mission, but still have Shepard live of course. I am not even sure if it is possible to have everyone die but I guess I will find out soon enough. I hope Grunt enjoys his trek through the tunnels and someone with piss-poor biotics tries to protect me inside the crazy locust area thing. I was pretty underwhelmed with my actions from the first game being almost nonexistent in the second, I really hope that isn't the case here as well.
You need at least one member alive to pull you up into the ship at the end or shepard dies. Look at it this way, how do you expect joker to grab you and pull you up into the ship?