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  • Mdgeist316 - 22 minutes ago

    I remember my disappointment when I bought Aliens: Colonial Marines and returned it a day later. If not for Ride to Hell, I'd say it was the worst game of 2013. It's also why I don't let myself get pulled into the hype for any future Alien games no matter how good it looks.
  • Temperance11 - 2 hours, 51 minutes ago

    I look forward to this and The Week of Hate every year! Did not disappoint guys, good job.
  • bedelicious - 4 hours, 27 minutes ago

    What about DmC? I can't decide between writing and PR campaign... Come on, you know it deserves at least one ^^
  • DarthPunk - 6 hours, 14 minutes ago

    To be honest hasn't the gathering dust between big games been true of every Nintendo home console since the dying days of the N64? I think we might just have to accept that this is just the norm for them
  • Pruman - 1 minute ago

    It is. Having only the Nintendo system generally closes off a good portion of the third-party library, and Nintendo can only make games so fast. I can live with this on the Wii U (never getting an XBONE, don't need a PS4 since I have a gaming PC), but as recently as the last generation, it was a real issue for me. Part is due to lingering animosity dating back to the NES days, and part is self-inflicted because Nintendo systems always have some arbitrary reason that third parties cite as an excuse to not develop on them. This is because they understandably want to make as much money off of as little effort as possible, and making a good Nintendo game is much harder than simply rewriting some existing code.
  • injustice45 - 11 hours, 37 minutes ago

    "Are you on the development team?" -- Major Nelson
  • doominatorx6 - 11 hours, 39 minutes ago

    I bought Ride to Hell. I bought it for cheap expecting a couple of cheap laughs; I'm known for having a... how shall we say, masochistic taste in games. Ride to Hell did not disappoint. I laughed the whole way through. If anything, it should be commended for being consistently awful. It does nothing right, but it's a spectacular mess you can't look away from. I'm being dead serious with this next statement too. Ride to Hell was one of the most fun experiences I had with a game released last year.
  • Frieza - 11 hours, 48 minutes ago

    It's that time of year again, eh?... How time flies. In a few days my GR account will be 1 year old. :/ You really have to wonder what the hell Sony was thinking with Knack's voice. I know for certain they didn't want to make him a mascot, because if that was their intention they would have used a much more simple and light hearted voice if one at all. Wasn't Lost Planet 3 a prequel? The reason I overlooked it this year is because it didn't look Japanese enough. The first two games were very Japanese-ish, but this one seemed to discard most of that. I didn't play the game so I'm only talking about what I saw in the trailers and Let's Plays, but still... "Adventure Time and Regular Show are awesome examples of modern cartoon greatness." Am I the only one who doesn't see why Regular Show is so popular? 3D being absent from Pokemon wasn't that strange. Turning it on just for 1v1 battles will drop the frame rate noticeably. Just think of how the game would have run with 3D settings enabled for Hoard Battles. The 3DS can only take so much. I'm just glad we moved on from sprites, even though I do miss them to some extent (except Gen Vs sprites. I didn't like those for some reason).
  • BladedFalcon - 11 hours ago

    "Am I the only one who doesn't see why Regular Show is so popular?" You're not, although for me it applies to pretty much most American animated shows past 2000. I can't fucking get over how lazier and shittier cartoons keep looking and looking, and even if they might be somehow funny at times, to me it doesn't excuse just how shit both adventure time and regular show looks.
  • rxb - 1 hour, 27 minutes ago

    The first Lost planet was a cool Japanese arcade - ish shooter, the second was a dodgy Japanese co op monster hunter-ish shooter. The Third game looked like generic American Dead Space / Gears of War mash up. I avoided it too. Im not a massive Regular show fan but I find the silly humour entertaining enough. Also is the 'let this eat cake {brioche}' line as bad as 'get another job if you can't afford a ps3' one? It has to be close.
  • talleyXIV - 12 hours, 25 minutes ago

    "It felt like the GameCube all over again." Say what you want about the Wii U but the GameCube's library is awesome.
  • BladedFalcon - 11 hours, 58 minutes ago

    ...It really isn't. As someone who bought the GC early on and sold it 2 years after, there were definitely a few titles that stood out, but it's overall offering compared to other consoles is far from the best.
  • Doctor_Pancakes - 11 hours, 3 minutes ago

    Yes it was, still my favorite system and DAT CONTROLLER!
  • MrJP - 1 hour, 8 minutes ago

    Compared to other systems it may be lacking in numbers, but when you actually start to look there were at least 40/50 stellar titles and many of them were exclusives. If you didn't keep one for long or play many games on it you may have really missed out and should consider trying to find some of these if you haven't: -Metroid Prime 1 and 2 -Wind Waker and Twilight Princess -Double Dash -Skies or Arcadia -Baten Kaitos 1+2 -Paper Mario -Mario Sunshine -Resident evil 0, the remake and 4 -MGS Twin Snakes -Soul Calibur 2 -Pikmin 1+2 -Smash Bros Melee -F-Zero GX -Rogue Leader -Viewtiful Joe 1+2 -Super Monkeyball 1+2 -Eternal Darkness -Ikaruga -Animal Crossing and Harvest Moon It even had some decent ports like the Splinter Cell and Timesplitters games. Needless to say, that for me, it had enough to stop me ever jumping ship.
  • talleyXIV - 12 hours, 32 minutes ago

    My brother bought Walking Dead: Survival Instinct purely because he is a moron who is too lazy to look at reviews before buying a game. He'll throw $50-60 at anything without even peaking at Metacritic.
  • BladedFalcon - 11 hours, 56 minutes ago

    Tragic thing is that you didn't even need to wait for the reviews or look at metacritic. Just looking at any 5 seconds of footage was enough to let you know how fucking awful the game was.
  • winner2 - 15 hours, 14 minutes ago

    The sim city image is very fitting.
  • N7Spartan95 - 15 hours, 37 minutes ago

    After seeing Angry Joe's review of Ride to Hell: Retribution, I knew the title of 2013's worst game could only go to it. The sheer amount of fail on display is astounding. How anybody in the development studio thought it was fit for release is beyond me.
  • shawksta - 15 hours, 57 minutes ago

    Cant have an anti-awards! No doubt absolutely the Wii U was baren for the whole time, we all hope Nintendo can flex it, especially since there are a lot of games we already know about with no release dates, hopefully we'll see them. Though im intrigued how you guys only stated your problem and interest in first party. It was Nintendo's fault in general into even thinking they should go to #VGX, otherwise its all those buttheads that kept blabbing about "NINTENDO'S SHOWING A WORLD PREMIER", geoff im looking at you. Pokemon X and Y is strange in not having 3D, but 700+ monster models must have accounted for something after all. The 3D it even has is still useless, and this is coming from someone who enjoys playing games in 3D. Poor Mattrick, the young fool, and EA cant seem to control their habit. Adventure Time ETDBIDK had potential, really sucks. Clearly deserved to be given, Ride to Hell Retribution was just, wow, the 24 hour livestream taught all of us something.
  • Doctor_Pancakes - 17 hours, 1 minute ago

    I really enjoyed my Wii U this year. More so than my PS3(AM I THE ONLY ON sick of shooters?!)... guess yall missed out Lol

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