I really hate Prinnies. That F-ing "DOOD" can only be said a certain number of time dammit.PrinnySquad said:I really hate Peggle.
I don't see why it's so addictive either.
I take it "monstrously" is being used in a slightly sarcastic context - I never even heard about it before now, in sharp contrast to other monstrously successful yet edgy games such as Bioshock or Great Giana Sisters.Yahtzee Croshaw said:Zero Punctuation: Peggle
This week, Yahtzee, against his own better judgement, reviews Peggle, the monstrously popular casual game from the monstrously successful PopCap.
You obviously don't use Steam, MSN or any major feed for casual games. Casual games are way more popular than games like Bioshock, in part because you can start playing them for free. There was also an "Extreme" version of Peggle that came with a pre-order of Orange Box, where you got Valve-themed puzzles and Bjorn the Unicorn had a headcrab on his face.VMerken said:I take it "monstrously" is being used in a slightly sarcastic context - I never even heard about it before now
Anything with that many colors and that much cute that uses the drug dealer business model (the first taste is free!) has no soul. It has no soul because apparently it found a way to not only sell its soul, but to suck the souls from people playing it for hours on end funneling them into some abyss that looks like hell, if hell were decorated by circus clowns. They are the Stepford of gaming. They are evil inca...ooo look! Bookworm! I haven't played that in awhile.Joe said:Peggle haunts my dreams. I lost about two weeks to the game. There's just so much right about what Popcap does.