GameSpot AU presents Crosshairs 20 November 2008
In this week's show, we check out GTAIV on the PC, mess around with the Killzone 2 beta, get virtual in The Sims 3, and get our Naruto on in Broken Bond!
for anyone still interested in the kz2 comments they made, the 720p was for the beta and its every bit impressive if not more impressive than the E3 trailer, heres the intro to the game, and beginning game play, go nuts !http://www.viddler.com/explore/PSUniverse/videos/265/
Hey, im just wondering if in this one, it's going to be like The sims 2 when we grow up, Because i really dont want my guy/girl, to become... an elder, Is that possible even in sims 2? if not is it going to be the same in sims 3?
why do people keep raging on about how shooters are like call of duty 4................ isnt that a good thing???
The wow queue thing was interesting, didnt realise the game midnight launch would appear so energetic or anything like that, although all the wow players i know stayed up for as long as possible after, not so healthly but meh.
First off, my God. Could they have found a more bland crowd for this thing? Anyway, what I got from it from skimming about looking what I came to this page for (TS3 info), I have to blurt this part out. I am SO not shocked that the next Halo game isn't a "full" game. I'd not be disguised in the least to see Microsoft and Bungee take the license in an entirely half-assed direction from here on out. As for TS3, I'm tickled about the creation system and hearing it described that way. It's sounding like The Sims will go back to being a "sims simulator" than a "people simulator". TS2 was good, but it still didn't have that shine that TS1 had for some reason (sort of an "uncanny valley" issue, though not related to how the second-generation sims looked). It really seems like Maxis has recognised this and is taking steps to get around that issue. A lack of "little things" that didn't feel tacked on later as an afterthought really felt like part of what sucked the life out of TS2 and made it feel like a soulless sequel instead of a continuation of an idea. Just me, though.