heres a new preview 6/20/00 of army men air attack for n64.
read this piece.
"Army Men: Air Combat, in truth, seems to deviate only slightly from the path blazed by its earlier incarnation. Since the first few missions parallel the ones in Air Attack, we can assume that the later missions will follow suit"
funny...the reviewer didnt even finish the game. i HATE it when reviewers only play 10% or more of a game and slap a review on it.
A true reviewer would play 100%+ of the game so they could get a FULL feel and FULL knowledge of the game.
playing just part of a game and slapping down a review is lame, no matter how bad the game.
I refuse to read the reviews because the proof, for me at least, is in how well the game sells. Who cares if there is an excellent review but no one buys the game? Accolades do not pay the bills (remember that, mrpeZ, when you start working "for the man"...words of praise are fine, but you cannot put them in the bank and buy stuff.)
So my question to you is this: do you find that many of the reviewers only play a small percentage of the game? What's the deal with that? More bull s**t, that's what I'd call it, plain and simple.
Our headquarter believes that it is going to be a WORLD WAR III between Sony and Microsoft, as well as a great WAR between THDO and ERTS.
Among all, THDO has poised to be a huge force that can subvert the ERTS' empire. THDO has sided with Sony, while ERTS is trying to read between the lines. ERTS does not have a clear vision yet.
Sony has set its foot firmly in the game industry with its successful launch of PS1, while Microsoft is a new player. Sony has been financially and politically backed up by the whole Japanese goverment since its establishment, while Microsoft is in the water on its own. No doubt that both Sony and Microsoft have deep pockets to afford this WORLD WAR III.
Another product of Sony is its HDTV. PS2 will definitely boost the sales of SONY HDTV. These two products are counterparts of each other.
This is just a note from our headquarter to THDO soldiers.
On June 20, 2000, THDO announced that the Heroes of Might and Magic game for the Game Boy Color is now available at retail outlets throughout North America and online shopping sites.
If you you have any chance to go shopping this weekend, please stop by the retail outlets to check the recent price of this game and also its availabilty. Our headquarter would like to know how hot this game is in North America.
This will provide us some insights on how to divise new plan at our headquarter.