01-28-2013 06:42 PM
I'm rather happy to get this as well though I most likely won't be able to read it due to the mental retardation aquired while reading the blog post comments.
No kidding. Those people will never happy. Actually, that's not true. They might be happy if Sony just gave away every game on PSN for free. Problem is that they would just complain the following week. I will never understand how people who pay $50 a year/$4.17 a month/$.96 a week expect $100 worth of content every update.
01-28-2013 06:46 PM
How can people not be happy about this? Pretty sweet game for free and yes many people probably own it but that is their fault somewhat, I know PS+ wasn't around then I don't think but still. I mean that is why I am just saving cash for very specific games right now. Not trying to invest in games I feel might end up in PS+ later.
I already got my $20 for the PS Vita thing just waiting to get that which will take forever (still wish they would send me the **bleep** email so I could send referrals but nope..) So hopefully it worked.. Cause that will suck waiting 4-9 weeks to see it didn't...
Anyway I haven't played Ninja Gaiden since the Xbox, so I am excited about it. Getting my body ready for DOA 5+
01-28-2013 06:49 PM
Another tip: If you have the bow and arrow equipped, when you hit the touch screen, you go into first person mode for aiming.
This is useful, and the bow is a good projectile, but often times you will be running around and then your thumb will graze the screen and cause the aiming mechanism.
So just watch your thumbs if you're running with the bow equipped.
01-28-2013 08:22 PM - edited 01-28-2013 08:22 PM
01-29-2013 09:17 AM
I bought Ninja Gaiden Sigma Plus when Target had their buy 2 get 1 promotion the second week the Vita came out, picked up that game, Uncharted Golden Abyss, and Ultimate Marvel vs Capcom 3, all 3 good picks.
Now, I'll have it as a digital download as well as Uncharted Golden Abyss, Gravity Rush, and Wipeout 2048. All four of these games are really good. Of course, the people that have held out and not bought any games(Unlike me, who has 32 physical games) are smart. Although physical copies allow friends to try said games before buying them, so not a total waste.