@alistercat: It might be. We're not getting the discount in Australia. @marokai: It's standard operating procedure for Microsoft. Every one of their consoles ever made had been sold at a loss, with the idea of making the money back on software.
Some of the best and funniest writing of the series yet. Environments are outstanding. Conversations way more in depth.
Some technical issues, but if that bothers you, wait a week.
@jaqen_hghar You could skip TLJ, but Dreamfall would be pretty worthwhile playing prior, as both that game and the new game tell Zoe's story. TLJ is the first half of April Ryan's story, and they are planning on doing a game set in between TLJ and Dreamfall (10 year gap) that is the second half of April Ryans story. April is a playable character in Dreamfall as well, but is there to support Zoe's story. TLJ is definitely worth playing though, and definitely parts of Dreamfall are there to reference it.
Wow, I got a XBOX ONE on release day in Aus and been having a blast. Needs more games, but Dead Rising 3, BF4, COD, AC4, and NBA2k14 are all awesome.
My 360 broke a few years ago, and my PS3 has been broken for about a year, so I might have been a bit more keen.
I also plan on getting both, but PS4 launch list was terrible, so I will wait until about March. Had the PS4 been able to play PS3 games like Beyond 2 Souls, The Last of US and Uncharted 3 (which I got halfway through before my PS4 got thrown off a balcony - long story, don't ask).
@mrgtd: Could have been a stealth game. You could argue why was the walking dead not a action game... Don't get me wrong, I enjoyed the shooting, but making the middle of the screen face the bad guy and pull the trigger has been done to death. And then some. It's actually an interesting question though, how can you present a story and a world like that, without making the combat so generic, or needing the combat to be the main focus.