- Dec 16, 2007
Obviously the console to buy the next dead or alive game on then.
Not anything that has a serious effect on gameplay and is exclusive to haptic feedback.John Funk said:
Can't really come up with anything that this guy didn't already say. I know about the site though, it's not a small site in Sweden, one of the larger computer game "papers" (not that that says a lot). But yeah, this really does sound like a proper, old fashioned, lie.PureIrony said:Hmmm. A site I've never heard of claiming an outlandish rumor on a console we've heard next to nothing about citing a source they won't clarify.
Yeah, I'm guessing they're just making shit up.
New DOA Xtreme game please.Ghengis John said:Obviously the console to buy the next dead or alive game on then.
Whatever method of control this new system uses, that's going to be the lineup of first-party Nintendo games.lostzombies.com said:If the news article is true then I forsee a similar games lineup of supersmashbrothers, zelda and mario etc but this time instead of the motion controls its another lame novelty control system.
Wait, where have I heard that before...John Funk said:Loading.se's source claims that with the Feel, Nintendo "wants to change the way we play - again."
Well, obviously there are plenty of people who wear pants in the Kirby universe, like...Necromancer Jim said:Waitaminute, how the hell does Kirby know what pants feel like?
And I think I'll have to skip on all of the jokes here, as I can't think of one that isn't dirty.
Seconded to infinity.scyther250 said:Why do they insist on making consoles, and the games on them, revolve around their ridiculous gimmicks? I just want to play my Metroid and Zelda and Kirby with normal analog sticks and buttons. You know, controls that work perfectly.