Ooooohh. Well if they aren't making it, it would still have been cool to read the script they came up with.
"The zombies were like Canadians, in that they looked enough like real people at first, to fool you. But when you looked closer, you saw they were from some other place, where things were different: where even the same things, the things that went on everywhere, were just a little bit different."
I've never played Arkham Asylum and went straight to Arkham City but it sounds like from you guys that maybe I should check it out. It took all the patience I had and then some to master Arkham City and get the platinum. How does AA compare with regards to difficulty and are the requirements for platinum just as demanding?
[AoD] Agentz of Doom
It's way easier to Platinum Asylum but you'll still have to do some work for it. Namely in the predator and combat arenas.
Anyway... I beat Driver San Francisco this weekend. If you like driving games, chase scenes in movies, or are just a cool person, you'll love this game. I sure did. I still have some movie challenges to do, but finished the singleplayer campaign and all of the non movie challenges. I have a bunch of dares left, but I have no idea how to finish some of them. Namely the 200m handbrake stop.
Insomniac Games - North Carolina - QA Lead
Now this looks interesting:
I do not like Call of Duty, but the idea of it being set in a 21st Century Cold War is awesome. I will wait until the official announcement. The announcement of MW3 did not excite me. I did like Black Ops most, so I will keep an eye on this game.
With dreaming and hoping you get nowhere, be an undertaker.Perhaps I do not make sense. But does one have to make sense to change society? Apparently one does not have to make sense, considering the history and its results.