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I have to pay 100€ to my dear ngoverment for keeping it safe somewhere in the capital city
All this, the week they announce it for the EU for 99€
And now Wii Mini is in Europe. Ironic. Still don't understand why.
what up friend? ^^
Be glad when Sony's and MS finally reveal their systems so we all can know what were talking about.
BTW, how are you liking Pandora and TLS?
I'm more interested it how they'll compare to tablets and Android based home systems. Why? Because for a lot of casuals and 'semi-core' those will be 'good enough' making the cost of a dedicated gaming system hard to justify. Especially if 3rd parties are porting games to Ouya and such.
But yeah, tablet gaming will be very interesting to see how that evolves. But I'm confident that there will always be a core gaming market that wants buttons and GOOD gameplay; swapping your fingers across the screen isn't GOOD gameplay ^^
If you love JRPGs you will enjoy TLS. It may not be Xeno but it's still a darn fine JRPG (limited by Wii's hardware).
PT is a good cross between God of War and Zelda with a dash of romance but certainly isn't going to be everyone's cup of tea. It's a game you either love for it's atmosphere and story or it's a okay but not great action game with some annoying story and romance bits, and clock that makes you have to get running in and out of towers. It's hard to recommend - it depends on how you approach a game - story, characters and setting first or gameplay first.
I've seen some gameplay from PT, and it has me intrigued... I have never played GoW, but I do love Zelda and I also think that Darksiders is damn fine as well (whom borrows quite a lot from GoW I hear).
PT is a lot more hack&slash than Zelda. Havn't played Darksiders but probably more in that vein.
Fatal Frame IV, II, Resisdent Evil 0,1,IV, Silent Hill: Shattered Memories (excellent), The Calling, Cursed Mountain, Dead Space: Extraction and uh... Ju-on...
But yeah, FF:II only sold like 7k in Europe. So it's gold if you can find it.
OH!! Should mention it goes by Project Zero in Europe for some bizarre reason. Fatal Frame makes much more sense.
It was announced to be released in North Americe Canada included
Im pretty sure about it, wait and see
dont give up yet
$200 though, not $170. FE:Awakening pre-installed so I assume a digital copy only. Looks sharp.
Add various costs/shipping/small cut it's up to 249 euros.
Now I want one myself. Love FE
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Player2 said: "Unconfirmed reports on ConsoleDeals.co.uk suggest that retail’s slice will be as little as ten per cent. That’s a significant cut from what it has become accustomed to from pre-owned sales and more in line with what they would receive from the sale of a new game – hence, the value of the pre-owned market to the retailer is effectively...
1 billion is completely realistic if we're talking about multi-media devices that control TV, internet, skype, allows you to play games on and off TV, etc. Because it includes smartphone and tablets....
As it stands now, no. But then I wouldn't get a WiiU or PS4 currently either. Content is king so it'll all be in what compelling experiences they offer that others don't. The multi-media functions of the Xbox One are cool but I wouldn't spend money for that. I can do most of it now via a tablet, and likely Smart TVs will have much (even light Kinect features) of that in the next couple...
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