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So I can wake up early and catch the bus to GameStop right when it opens.
So I can buy Skyward Sword.
First one I've done in a long time. I'm planning a review of L.A. Noire. I also wrote half a review for Ace Attorney Investigations: Miles Edgeworth, but I can't seem to find where I saved it. 'Til then, enjoy!
"…War? War never changes." So says the narrator during the opening cinematic of Bethesda's Fallout 3. Is it true that war doesn't change?
If one compares Fallout 3 to the previous two entries in the series, then yes, it's possible that war does change. This reboot to the series seems so radically different from the earlier games. On the surface it looks like a modern first-person shooter with high-def, 3D graphics. Underneath the shiny new exterior, however, lies a game that sticks pretty close to its roots.
Despite the appearance of an FPS, Fallout 3 is absolutely an RPG. For those that don't know, the Fallout series takes place in a post-apocalyptic United States. The country is desolate and decimated, a vast wasteland. The Fallout series is characterized by its distinct mixture of sci-fi and 1940's Americana.
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Wow... This game is just... I usually don't like Rockstar's games, but... Wow...
I'm going to work on getting all of the regular game trophies, then I'll buy the DLC. I'll probably get the "Rockstar All-Access Pass" thing, since it's only $12.
I really, really hope they make a sequel. (Take-Two has stated that they see L.A. Noire as a profitable franchise!) Hypothetically, I wouldn't be opposed to a New York Noire.
I'm planning to do a review soon. Stay tuned.
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A trailer shown at TGS 07 introducing some of the characters in Tales of Innocence for the Nintendo DS.
A trailer for Tales of Innocence for the Nintendo DS.
A brief clip introducing Spada, a character from Tales of Innocence for the Nintendo DS.
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