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@Sekhemket You'll always be my Champ, Sekhemket.
@Sekhemket Well that seems like a normal response to the situation.
@dandare063 That's it. We're renaming the show "Cute Little Chats." Done and done.
@IanNottinghamX Vita is actually my platform of choice right now. That doesn't mean I think it will succeed though. I love the machine, but there is about zero buzz for the thing that I can see. I've witnessed more people excited about StreetPassing on the 3DS than anything on the Vita.
@seeinbytes I'm guessing I was the one who said that, and it's an idea I'm sort of conflicted about. If I were a Nintendo stockholder, I'd want them to make smartphone games because I think they could make a killing doing it. As a gamer, I'd rather have them continue in their stubborn ways because I think that's a trait that's sorely lacking in the industry and tends to drive innovation.
SPOILERS. For the record, I told Tom that because of the helicopter scene, I believed the game was Walker's personal hell that he had to relive for all eternity, which he ever-so-simplistically described here as "a Groundhog Day thing" and "kinda close."
@horatzio Maybe! It's mostly a matter of Kevin asking me to be on and me being free when he does.
@csward Final Fantasy and Kratos and Mario and Luigi were all existing IP. Legally, nobody else could have made those games because Square Enix, Nintendo, Sony, etc. owned the characters included in them.
That said, we understood there was no one right way to define what games should and shouldn't have counted, which is why we published that list of titles we considered. We trusted that the audience would be able to see the limitations of the article and take that into account when determining how they felt about the conclusions.
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