No idea. Most the people who have suggested it said they're tired of "weekly disappointments" and would rather get it all out at once. Which is terrible logic. Maybe someone here can give a slightly better reason as to why they'd prefer monthly updates over weekly ones?.
Who wouldn't like to know what's coming for the whole month instead of just waiting until every Monday to see what will be out the next day? They don't have to show everything since deals and such can fall through, but games would be nice since those are generally locked down far enough in advance to facilitate that.
I'm tempted to finally get Critter Crunch. $1.40 is a steal. I enjoyed the demo too.
I'm in the process of knockin' out my backlog though. Down to 14 games. I'm hesitant about addin' another to the list.
How long is the SP for Critter Crunch?
I'm not quite sure how long it is since I don't think they have stats to tell you how long you've played, but it has quite a few levels in there that can get fairly challenging. It's still a lot of fun to play as they introduce new wrinkles to the mechanics throughout the campaign.
Any opinions on heroes of might and magic on ps3 vs ios?
It's $7.49 psn vs $4.99 ios currently. I don't have an ipad to play on, which touch arcade says is the way to go but wanted to see if there were other opinions?
I don't think it would be a very good game for an iPhone/iPod Touch since the screen is so small. The campaign takes about 35 hours to complete with all side stuff done, which works well to play in long, addictive chunks or short bursts on a console. I've played through it twice (DS, PS3) and I'll probably do another run with the XBLA version later this year.
I love the game, but I think its pretty shady that they used a Kickstarter to come up with money for the Twilight Zone license, and then turn around and ask double for it when it releases. I will still buy it eventually, but i'll make damn sure to game share it.
Why is it shady? Compared to the normal costs of putting out most tables, the Star Trek and Twilight Zone tables have a number of licenses to work out that are more costly than the vast majority of licensed tables out there. Rather than constantly apologizing to fans that wanted them about how they were too expensive to fit the model that they're working with, they took a chance and were able to crowdsourcing the licensing fees to help offset a large part of the financial risk of doing those tables, which would've resulted in more expensive tables had they not gotten them.
All of those people got their tables along with the rest of the DLC as a thank you, which was more than most paid for in the first place. If they didn't come through for the developers, you wouldn't have the table at all and then the issue would be about why they won't license the tables, so this seems like a much better alternative. The tables still require a little bit extra to cover development costs and all that associated with bringing the table to the game since they're still a business and have to try to make money so that they can release more tables. They've even gotten more licenses signed as a result of those Kickstarters, so it's pretty much win-win for everybody that's willing to understand what all went into bringing those tables to the game.
You guys don't get flipper lag with Pinball Arcade? I tried to transition to the PSN versions from 360, but I found them unplayable on the PS3 due to lag in the exact same setup that had none on the 360.
Works just fine on my Vita.
Would love the ST Next Generation Table to come to life.
It'll be coming along in the near future since that was another successful Kickstarter for them.