Sonic & All-Stars Racing Transformed (3DS)
Sonic fans have been getting screwed left and right. Seeing that Sonic & All-Stars Racing Transformed was a great experience for it’s console counterparts you’d expect the delay of the game on the 3DS to be a good thing. You know polishing up the game for kiddies on Nintendo’s handheld. Sadly this isn’t the case after being delayed for 3 months the title finally hit shelves only to find the game to have significant slow down times, gamers are in store for a bumpy ride. If you are looking for a true transformed carting experience, grab the Wii U, PS3 and 360 versions of the game.
Sim City (PC)
I know what your thinking, Sim City was delayed a week at most. And while this may be true, EA still pushed this game out of the gate way to fast. Doing what EA does best and providing a minimal support in the servers department. Sim City was primed and ready to make everyone that purchased the game the during launch week to pull their hair out. The online DRM disaster spread across every Sim City copy and held Sim City fans hostage. When you buy YOUR entertainment you should be allowed to play YOUR entertainment at ANYTIME connected to the internet or not, and that is the bottom line.
Omertà: City of Gangsters (PS3, 360, PC)
XCOM was without a doubt one of the best titles to release last year. Kalypso Media and Haemimont Games look to bring their turn based sim game to the masses. Originally due out in November of 2012 the mob saw fit to bring this title out January of 2013. The game while somewhat successful never could fully live up the hype. This is due to the lack of sim features and challenge at the end of the game. After the games credits started to roll, most gamers grumbled “forget about it.” Since we had a more engaging experience like XCOM on PC and consoles and Fire Emblem on the 3DS.
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