Discussion in 'Gamers' Pulse' started by Dogz, Sep 17, 2009.
Still no date for the EU release though
IN for this.
While I can appreciate it being a "non-killing" shooter I hope it's not just running around and taking pictures...
Fuck that noise, I'll be locked in my room with my lotion, tissue paper, and OPFP 2
might be worth checking out, we shall see
So much shit coming out in the next couple of months.
So much time and money I don't have.
Looks liek something my kids will enjoy.
I remember hearing about this game a long time ago....I may be in for this, looks like a rent at least to me.
Going to get this game.
African Pokemon Snap.
I think sneaking around and trying to get good pics will be fun.
Endless Ocean for the Wii was pretty awesome. This game should be really immersive with its graphics, or at least I hope so.
Well I hope there's at least an exploration element to it. I really haven't read up on this game all that much.
Without exploration it could suck. I thought that was the purpose of it, but I could be wrong. I don't know anything about it.
The only downside ive come across thus far is that its not an open enviroment in the sense that you have "invisible gateways" to the next area. Each area needs to load as you enter.
How big these areas are I dont know
Hmmm, just read game is entirely in first person. If this is true, out
she spooked them all and then they forgot about her
I suck at reading up on games
As a professional photographer, this game intrigues me.
Oh, and if the game only has Sony equipment in it, I'm going to be furious. No real photographer uses Sony DSLRs. Shit better have Canon and Nikon in it.
Canon 1Ds Mark III with a 800mm 5.6 lens ftw
for "sneaking" that girl sure does make
A LOT OF NOISE!
Siliconera has discovered that the cameras used by players in the game Afrika will be mostly Sony models in the alpha and other DSLR series. The game is known in Japan as Afrika, but has renamed Hakuna Mata for the rest of the world
Since I enjoy photography I got this a couple months ago on YesAsia when the Korean version (everything in English) was $20. Nice change of pace and pretty fun.
oh sup bro you haven't posted in a while
and $20 wtf when
would buy at that price
looks terribly boring