Are amazing. Finally the PSN store feels a bit more professional when their content goes up before the day is over. Really, a few times the store would update at 3 am eastern time the next day. Sure, the updates of the past weeks haven't been amazing, but the speed in which they arrive is welcomed.
I've never seen the show or read the comics, but I'll give it a go. Easy platinum, at least. Considering you play through all episodes and receive a platinum in return, it sounds like a dynamite deal. We might have to buy the last few episodes, but I hear good things of the game anyways.
Keaton's is probably most famous (which is pretty sad considering how obscure he is to most people), but I'd say Nathan Drake is much more beloved. Sackboy is starting to rise up the ranks as well. He should really be the mascot, in my opinion.
Deus Ex isn't really a FPS, but I definitely am in love with that game. Killzone 2 is pretty good as well, and I love the Crysis 2 campaign. Half-Life 2 is great on PC, but meh on PS3. Ghost Recon Future Soldier is a more recent great; the tactical aspect is fantastic and feels unique for a change. The story was nonexistent, though.
Yeah it looks exactly the same as when it is off. I'm letting the battery drain right now to see if anything happens, but it's very unlikely given the situation. Then I will resort to speaking with Sony support...
It's definitely the most stable of all of Bethesda's games I've played, but I'm still bitter about the single glitch that prevented me from the platinum.... Which is why I haven't gone back to the game and have no idea whether it's better or not now.
I can see why people like New Vegas more than 3. The morality system had so much more depth, mainly because everything was so morally ambiguous. It's truly the only game I can think of that's explores a truly grey area in terms of karma; you never really knew if you were doing the perfectly good thing or not. Nor did you ever know where you would end up, which always will strike me as genius. Otherwise, I hate the game because it's obscenely buggy. It definitely shouldn't have been released with half the bugs it had.
Deus Ex: Human Revolution is not exactly dark, but it has some of the best atmospheric immersion this generation. If you like depressing futures, ambiguous morality and governmental conspiracies, then Deus Ex is a great choice. Plus it's fun as hell. Castlevania Lords of Shadow gets progressively darker and is extremely depressing, and is extremely, nearly obnoxiously, long. Heavy Rain is a pretty dark story as well. If you make certain choices, the ending can be extremely dark and dreary.