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Discussion in 'GBAtemp & Scene News' started by dice, Apr 14, 2009.
What a flattering picture of London. Big Ben, red buses and white vans... I hope that isn't what we're famous for in Japan.
LOL that`s britain...
Anybody know what this is?
London is famous for its teenage knife crime.
I think it's something like a Tour Guide or something.
Square Enix, what are you doing?
Doesn't really help explain it, in fact it probably makes things more confusing, don't know why I bothered now .
Thats not this game, it's this: http://gbatemp.net/index.php?showtopic=148561
Edit: Everybody in this topic is from Europe
Travel game? Italy~
i think so .too. it`s a travel game/guide.
but the game from the video looks interesting
Just go to the website of this shit
Thats obviously not the same game dice, stop trying to baffle us!
sure, but that its nothing compared to me....
my country is famous for the Moais (easter island) and our ppl are like cavemans, at least in sega genesis dodgeball....LOL
oh, i forgot the badass meteorite shot
A few years ago London was famous for their red busses and phone boxes and stuff. Off course the Big Ben too, the Tower Bridge and tthe Buckingham Palace too. But afaik they had their nice busses vanish into thin air. xD (And I never got to see them... Q_Q)
Well sadly I've never been there, but we got a nice imagination from our English classes years ago...
But... does anybody else 'cept me see no big use in a traveling game too? ^^"
Well i'd say it falls halfway between shovelware and pure marketing genius.
Think about it, minimal game development, boxed and sold at adult eye-level at the game store where you go to buy your kid ds games. "oh we were thinking of going to britain on vacation this summer! sure beats a map!" *sold*
I guess we all just have to get used to the fact that companies are going to continue to exploit the fact that the ds is a popular handheld platform and even companies as stable as square enix are going to cash in with the new casual software trend.
I can personally look the other way and not give a shit as long as they continue to license good games with the virtually pure profits they're making off the new bridal, horsez, or whatever shitware game is lining their wallets.
Is this the starting of the end of DS ? I mean, just a couple releases a week, instead of a dozen like before ?
What the hell, Square-Enix? Further proof that the company has fallen. Hopefully they release a TWEWY sequel before they reach the state of having no good developers left.
Maybe it's not the work of the Square Enix,heard they bought many little companies,
so maybe they did make this!