Article, sure.Nordstrom said:Are you sure that the Escapist wouldn't publish an article on solitaire? How about this [http://www.escapistmagazine.com/articles/view/issues/issue_110/1342-The-Four-Virtues-of-FreeCell]?
But do you have any idea how much an Etch-a-Sketch by Picasso would be worth?Vitalix said:Using Yahtzee to write a review about Peggle is like telling Picasso to use an Etch-a-Sketch.
Hmm, yeah I don't, and am pretty glad about that. I have a strong allergy to DRM. The only game I have which is connected to one of those detestable services is Halflife 2. Anyway, I didn't know you can play casual games for free initially. Nintendo better send me my money back for those casual games they developed and sold to me then .J.theYellow said: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.