bhcompy wrote on Mar 25, 2021, 14:22:
Rome: Total War is the best game in the series. I tried Total War Rome 2 and it was okay, but felt off. I played Total War Troy extensively and while it's good, it feels like Total War that's been xbox'd up for the modern generation. It could just me being a curmudgeon, though, as I prefer the older style of gameplay that RTW, Empire, and Medieval 2 had
GameSpy: So when's the PC release date?
Ubisoft PR: October 30th.
GameSpy: Yeah, but when's the real PC release date?
Ubisoft PR: It's October 30th.
GameSpy: Uh huh. And can you say that with a straight face?
Ubisoft PR: You can ask me as many times as you like, but the answer will be the same.
GameSpy: Very well, let's move on. So, when will you announce the delay of the PC version?
Ubisoft PR: ...
siapnar wrote on Dec 21, 2012, 23:19:Get full premium edition, even though it includes the original game it's often on sale for $40 (I think Origin has that price now) but I saw it for $30 too, then you pretty much paying expansion pack price, and for that I think its worth getting 16 more maps.
I really want to try the expansions, is it worth upgrading to premium? $50 seems kinda high when I've already got BF3 limited edition with Back to Karkland
Dades wrote on Jun 16, 2012, 09:08:
You make it sound like $40 is nothing. $40 is still more than half of the cost of a new title even if we use the $60 new title figure. It better have a lot of content.
Dev wrote on Jan 4, 2012, 10:13:
F2P is probably a good move for this franchise, so that it can get more of an audience. The audience for MS flight sim was never very large.
wtf_man wrote on Apr 12, 2011, 21:33:
I'm guessing if your saved game had no DLC active... then yes... you didn't need to have the game logon to Bioware.
Lokust wrote on Jan 27, 2011, 12:41:
The original Shogun: TW is by far the best game they've ever done. It was by no means a perfect game, but it was still a lot of fun. Everything they've done since then has gotten so much worse to the point where any CA game is on a 'wait and see' for me. If they can fix what was wrong in the original Shogun and update the graphics, it will be an amazing game. Do I think they can pull that off? Well, there's a reason I won't preorder it, but I will remain cautiously hopeful.
Ozmodan wrote on Dec 23, 2010, 11:48:
To show you what I think of the PS3, I won one, and gave it away. The only thing it was good for was using as a blueray player and I have a far better one now.
Flatline wrote on Aug 17, 2010, 18:10:
Funny, "Cookie-cutter" is almost how I described Starcraft 2 to a T. After playing Company of Heroes and DoW2 I have found myself incredibly bored with single player SC2. It literally plays like an expansion pack from 1998, just with a pretty cutscene engine.
kxmode wrote on Jun 12, 2010, 19:09:
In other words Microsoft no longer has the power to give them permission.
kxmode wrote on Jun 12, 2010, 17:17:Because they could.
Why did they do this?!
They should know better than call it MechWarrior!Luckily they did know better.
You really think Tinker & Smith isn't going to have their lawyers come after them?Yes.
Why didn't they call it BotWars or Robot Warrior?Why should they if Microsoft gave them permission to use Mechwarrior license?
Surf wrote on May 25, 2010, 10:20:
100 to 1 Console sales vs. PC> Its over man, game fucking over.
Selektaa wrote on Jan 22, 2010, 22:55:
So does this mean the bit about having to log into GFWL to save your game is out? That was one of the most annoying restrictions I've ever heard of.
Yifes wrote on Jan 12, 2010, 21:56:
The 40K mmo was announced back in 2007, to be released sometime in 2012.