It was up on iTunes at the time you posted for me. Strange.
Listening to it now. Hooray!
Listening to it now. Hooray!
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I put development time at around 3 years, which probably puts the cost somewhere between 5 and 10 million max.
I'm pretty sure it cost more than that. The most expensive Wii games cost $10 million max. HD games cost a good chunk more.
Still even if the publisher made only 40 million revenue, I think the original Dead Space was far from a disaster. Though I do think it underperformed to expectations last fall, I distinctly remember that point being made when researching NPD numbers.
And I hope that the Wiileases are kept to a minimum. Some of these games that didn't sell well are fine and dandy, but around the internets people are asking for Mario Sunshine and Luigi's Mansion ports. I have an aversion to those two specifically because there is little room for legitimate motion controls and they already sold very well. I think Pap64's list of what qualified games for this series is spot on.Really? Both of those games featured an item that you pointed around, which is exactly something you do with the Remote. In particular, Sunshine makes more sense with pointer control than Galaxy did.
True, there was already a small chance of sequels, but now there's practically none.
Although, what I am hoping for (to stay positive) is that if these Wiimakes are successful and popular, perhaps that will prompt Nintendo to create sequels at some point. Unfortunately what is likely to come from these games performing well is that Nintendo will release even more Wiimakes. Mario Golf, Wave Race, Star Fox Assault, 1080 Avalanche, Luigi's Mansion... I can only hope these aren't added to the list of Wiimakes.
It seems strange that Camelot appears to have no interest in creating more Mario games. Surely a new Wii Mario Golf game would have fared better than their own generic We Love Golf game. It's a real shame, because Camelot always made the best Mario games; they were great at instilling personality in the characters.
Maybe the real RE4?
Count me as part of the Wii-only crowd, as that's the only "current-gen" system that I own. Perhaps I'll start a club entitled "Wii Have Faith" for all of us who show the utmost loyalty by owning only a Wii. Wii want games to come to Wii, Wii don't want to come to the games!
Well, I've always known that uncompromising gamers need to own all consoles. My best friend owns all of them too, though he's less into PC then I am...
Personally though, I barely have enough time to play one console, let alone more. I'm not exactly keen on spending more money when I can be buying more games instead.
OK here is one.
I'd love to hear you guys talk about that game!
I cannot stand voice chat at all ESPECIALLY on Xbox Live.
At all? Are you saying you've never encountered voice chat that wasn't horrible, or would you hate it even if it were (hypothetically) civil and productive?
Fortunately not everyone has the horrible taste in games ThePerm seems to have.
ROFL.seriously, the last game that came out that i could give a damn about was mario galaxy, where the hell are the good games?
Dang the last game I cared about was SMB3! I want to know where all the good games have been for the last two decades! I feel your pain.