@saturatedbutter: Before watching this I thought 25 mins, he must be pretty passionate about the subject. I can also sympathize, it reminds of old places and activities and things, nothing famous of course living in a city of 200k that almost no one outside of Canada knows of, but anyway these places in my area that were similarly torn down or redeveloped. They're gone forever taking with them a little of bits of culture and just plain fun that was had there.
I think this is a very general thing that we all see as we get older, unless you live in places where things don't change for ages. That also makes me think that while it might be sad, there are young people around here and everywhere out there forming their memories at their places doing there things, so it's not so bad, it's just changing.
@rikku45: I think it's last time, because this article says things like "his final big screen appearance as the iconic member of the X-Men", and he says "this is the last time I'm playing him". Also I saw a headline on Google news results the other day that said he had stated he thinks Tom Hardy would be a good replacement for him as the next Wolverine.
@doorslams: Yup, they probably know their stats and decided way more people would want the graphical performance over local coop. Interesting thing though, every other comment right now is from people that wanted local coop. I think it's just that gap we always have between gamers who follow news and comment and such, and the masses of others out there who are quite different, who have probably never commented on a gaming site, but who are in fact the majority of people buying these games.
@soldjango: Even over a 4yr period as stated it does seem like a pretty high estimate. However, the estimates did come from 38 themselves so it's no surprise they would be high, pretty common in business.