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Edit: My eyes completely skipped over TLoU for some reason, that was DEFINITELY not a disappointment.
Same. Enjoyed my time with knack, would totally be up for a sequel
I Platinum'd it and loved it. Bring on a 6-game series!
TLoU feels like one of those early generation games that will maintain a high attach rate for new owners
I can see TLoU hitting 10mil lifetime.
its a must have if you have children to play with. My (6 and 9 yo) enjoy it a lot, especially if I play with them. Difficulty levels changing not only damage you take and damage you do, but also make platforming harder, introduce new enemies or add new tricks/weapons to the old ones.
Is it that bad? I haven't played it but I will when it's cheaper.
Add the collecting aspect and you can replay this game many times.
Regardless, pretty good going. I take it the usuals like CoD and what have you are still the biggest sellers on the console though?
Read his post history
I was meaning to ask someone, what did he finally get banned for in the end? Can't believe I missed it
Basically, he went over the line with his cynicism and mods decided to perma-ban him.
Windwaker HD already cleared 1.1m by March 2014 according to Nintendo financials.
So a mediocre platformer, terrible shooter, port of a last gen game, and a rehash all managed to sell over 1 million each while gems like The Wonderful 101, Windwaker HD, Ryse, etc. haven't? Damn shame.