— IGN (@IGN) November 15, 2013
Handy note for future reference, I’ll probably end up doing this.
and looks lovely and everything, but what would be really good would be if they had launched with at least one game ready for people to play. Maybe that’s just me though.
EDIT: Tell a lie, apparently Ms. Pac-Man works with it. Doesn’t point that out in Game Center itself though, which would have been nice.
I think I’m going to have to get it. Was very tempted already when I heard that DJ Shadow was involved. However I’m a sucker for Daft Punk. Ideally I’d spend several hours a day wearing one of their robot helmets, dispensing short advice on my face screen. Maybe in a bank. I digress. This looks very good.
I’m playing a fair old bit of Forza 3 this week. It looks lovely. It plays fine. It’s just, hmmmm, a little hard to put my finger on it, but it’s just not there at the moment. I think it might be that it just isn’t any big jump from Forza 2, it looks a bit nicer, it’s got more cars and tracks, but there just isn’t a wow factor that lets you know it is a new game. I’m going to keep going, maybe when I’m in the better cars I’ll love it more.
I don’t think there is anything wrong with it either. It’s all done right, but I just want that X-Factor (X-Forza?) to push me over the edge, make me love playing it.
Cold. Lucky me. I had booked the time off to go and visit a friend, instead I’ve been at home blowing my nose most of the day.
Have mainly been playing championship manager 4 and PSO. Championship Manager is supposed to be the most realistic football game ever. Well, I’m a useless manager, and it is nigh on impossible to get Darlington out of the bottom half of Division 3. I think they have got it just about right.
Phantasy Star Online is now on sale. I hope my nearest emporium stocks it day one. Otherwise I might have to wait a whole day longer. But in wishing to strike a balance in my life, I also intend to cycle more, and do more diabolo.