I've been hearing about this game for a bit now, but I still feel clueless as to what exactly it's going to be like. Could somebody give me a general summary? Typically Battlefield game? More like Rainbow 6?
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Why can't I add a game to stack from the game info page?
Create a "tracked games" stack. I really don't like how the games I'm following are thrown in as "objects" beside shows. Editing games out of the following list is cumbersome. You have to click the game to go the game's page, then click unfollow. Why can't it just be done from a "followed games" stack?
True. My friend does have his own console and does buy his own games. I guess I should have clarified a bit. There have been games that he and I know are couch co-op games; therefore, only one of us buys the game and it gets played when we get together. I will be the first to admit that is getting less and less as our careers and families are expanding. A big part of me is simply nostalgic about the days when me and three other guys were in each other's faces playing something like MarioKart and screen cheating.
Why are you even asking this? You said so yourself, your parents only allow one system. Get rid of the 360. Buy new system. I don't get what your hang up is. Is the problem that you want to keep the 360 and get a PS4?
Agree with TC. I wish there were more games out and coming out that allowed for sweet fun couch co-op. I really don't see it happening much in the future though. Somebody already mentioned processing power, which makes sense, but I think it's a money grab as well. If my buddy comes over and plays Rayman with me, he doesn't need to buy the game or even have that system possibly. If couch co-op is gone, then two people each need to have the game and console. Extra sales.
I'm not sad to see them go. Their reviews always seemed to have some kind of agenda. I could never really put my finger on it, but if I read a review by either of them, I would always check 2-3 other reviews from other sites. Carolyn and Tom consistently nit picked stuff other reviewers glazed over, didn't mention, or flat out said it wasn't worth fretting over.
Americans are getting married later and later. http://www.theatlantic.com/sexes/archive/2013/03/getting-married-later-is-great-for-college-educated-women/274040/
Read the first paragraph. Don't post things that sound like fact when it is just your anecdotal experience.