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In Topic: PSN Weekly Deals - 7/12: RePlay Sale! $8 N++, $8 Galak-Z,...

13 January 2016 - 04:32 AM

It loads every time you enter or exit a building.

the game itself is excellent but the PlayStation port is nothing but slow load times. if it's seriously your only way to play it then go for it, otherwise the original or the DS version are far superior.

In Topic: PSN Weekly Deals - 7/12: RePlay Sale! $8 N++, $8 Galak-Z,...

12 January 2016 - 10:33 PM

Still a whole lotta game for $9, esp since the PS3 version of ME2 includes all the DLC minus Arrival.

In Topic: 3DS eShop Deals - 3/28: Natsume Sale/Resident Evil/Sega 3D Classics Sales,...

11 January 2016 - 09:44 PM

Pretty sure that's the first time Code of Princess has dipped down to $10, isn't it usually $15 on sale? This might be my impulse buy price.

In Topic: XBL Deals - 2016, Part 1

05 January 2016 - 02:41 AM

To get the new year and new thread off to a good start, regardless of whatever the deals may be tonight, quote this post for a chance to win 1 year of XBL Gold.  Winner will be picked by random.org at approximately 3pm Eastern tomorrow afternoon and posted soontm after.  Only 1 entry per poster will count.  Good luck!

Cool! Thanks for all the work you do on this thread. I don't post often but I check it all the time.

In Topic: XBL Deals - 2015

07 December 2015 - 02:20 PM

Is Guacamelee! Super Turbo Championship Edition on the Xbox 360 worthwhile? I don't have a current-gen console and I wouldn't want to play a 'gimped', previous-gen version. The 'Frenemies' Character Pack add-on which it is missing doesn't strike me as much of a loss.

The original version on PS3/Vita is the only version lacking content. The updated version (Super Turbo...) came out on basically all other platforms with extra levels, bosses, etc. I'm inclined to believe the PS4, Xbone, and 360 versions are identical...



The game was originally released for PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita in April 2013, with cross-buy support and additional missions and costumes released as downloadable content (DLC). Guacamelee!: Gold Edition, released on Steam in August 2013, includes the previously released DLC, as well as Steam Workshop support, allowing players to create their own character skins using Adobe Flash and share them online. This version was later released for OS X and Linux in February 2014.[5] Guacamelee!: Super Turbo Championship Edition, which adds additional levels and bosses in addition to previous DLC, was released for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Windows, Xbox 360, and Wii U in July 2014.[6][7] The game was a PlayStation Plus free title for subscribers during May 2015.[8]