Games are more of a happy exclusive for Windows than something that they consider a major focus of the OS.
Weird. Games are the only reason I have windows installed on my desktop (gaming) machine.
Were you that surprised I mean that was the advertised game play. QTEs get a bad name but mostly because you will be watching a cutscene and bam out of no where there was a QTE. It can keep you from enjoying the cutscene and only makes you feel minimally engaged.
I find cutscene QTEs irritating. I just want to sit back and take it in, which adds some nice change of pace. Before QTEs were all the rage, I remember when PS2 games (e.g. DMC) would rumble during cut scenes. The would startle me. I often set my controller on my desk, so this made a terrble noise and frequency vibrated the controller right of the desk.
Sucks you were banned from NeoGAF, Tony. Tis a shame. :(
I've known about it for a while, but figured I'd just say something now haha
Their loss. Our gain.
Hey Tony, is it possible to get Steam version for Test Drive 2 Unlimited? Link here - http://www.amazon.co...02TAMQP1RCG2NNZ
Also, any idea what DRM is Split/Second?
It is SecuROM elsewhere. I'd guess that same on Amazon. If you have a console, I'd recommend getting it there. It's still a great game, I can recommend at the $5 mark. I own it from D2D.
From an ealier post
(can't quote a post in a locked thread).Split Second: Much fun. The gimmick set-destruction is very very well integrated and mastery of is critical to getting 1st place. Unfortunately, I've played 2/3 though three times... my saves get horribly corrupted. (Despiite rolling back to prior saves: GoGo Dropbox restore w/Link Shell Extention -- I should post about that separately). I want to finish this sometime by not exiting it before completion.
I see Drakensang: The River of Time is $5.
What's the DRM on that?
And do you guys carry that game's Philleason's Secret DLC?
I agree, Amazon's sorting options are in dire need of improvement. Drakensang complete was ~$10.20 (w/o IGN) during the first week of the GG August sale. I wound up picking it up on eBay for $10. My understanding is that only the Special Plastic Edition (retail) is DRM-Free.
75% on Sreeping Dawgs hasn't happened but it's been as low as $14-$15 which is like... 70% off.
$13.60 after GMG coupon, just before Thanksgiving.
Edited by asheskitty, 17 December 2012 - 07:26 AM.