Square Enix calls Final Fantasy XIII-2 a number of things in this article. “Worth playing” doesn’t seem to be one of them.
AT&T mulls a return to unlimited data plans—even for those customers who switched to tiered last year.
Why do I get the feeling that at tomorrow’s event Sony will reveal a PSP2 with a parallax 3D screen hastily duct taped to the front?
SO I was wrong about the $189 3DS price point, but then again I was wrong about the pessimistic $300 one too.
Is $250 just right? Suppose we’ll have to wait and see how the 5,000 demo units that will be sweeping the U.S. in the lead up to the big 3DS launch March 27 perform in the wild.
Does anyone talk about Kinect or Move games anymore, or is it just the hacks modders have made with the hardware?
Add “region-free” to the list of nerd buzzwords (like “open” and “walled garden”) that get in a product’s “negative” category in the months before it comes out and are then are utterly forgotten when everyone realizes 99.9% of the owners couldn’t give a shit.
It’s weird. You’d think after the drubbing Nintendo has given the industry over the past five years people would learn. You think they’d see the obvious parallels and refuse to allow history to repeat. And yet…
Either Sony has learned nothing about what the majority of people want from their handhelds and consoles, or they’re positioning the upcoming PSP 2 as a high-powered enthusiast’s device not meant for the masses.