Sessler's Soapbox: Downloadable Games Keep Things Fresh

Posted: August 5, 2009
Sessler's Soapbox: Downloadable Games Keep Things Fresh
Adam lists the many reasons why he thinks downloadable games are important for the gaming industry and gamers alike.

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  • DragonRider6

    Once again I totally agree with you Adam. Platformers FTW. We are so used to shooting and violence and that we forget to appreciate that small jump we just made over that pit of fire, spikes, snakes, ect. And that feeling goes for shooters to. I jump over pits of stuff all the time in Half Life, but I take it for granted. And thats why right now im going to go play LBP! :)

    P.S. "I like melons" Dont worry Adam You still Awesome!

    Posted: August 11, 2009 3:17 PM
  • Col_Scott

    I have to agree, recently full games like Killzone 2, yea it was fun, getting to max rank was fun but I have more hours played on Castle Crashers on my Box then then all the time spent on that game ever. Also downloadable games really let small companies that are trying to get a start get a nice leap before moving onto bigger and better things, not always great things but you get the idea.

    Posted: August 11, 2009 8:50 AM
  • STorpedo

    lol, he's starting to sound more and more drunk/under effect of some substance as the soapbox goes on. :P Starts off with sarcastic metaphors, ends with imitating some kind of small animal, and screaming about platformers.

    Posted: August 10, 2009 4:46 PM
  • zlo2

    You forgot Media Molecule. How could you, really?
    Best platformer ever.

    Posted: August 7, 2009 2:28 PM
  • threephasewolf

    threephasewolf's comment is abusive and has been removed.

    Posted: August 7, 2009 12:17 PM
  • wolfofintent

    oh man i want this so bad
    looks so,so,'splotiony

    Posted: August 7, 2009 7:00 AM
  • Zac352

    What about LittleBigPlanet
    (talking about Platformers)
    i think LBP has better platforming than Ratchet and Clank.

    Posted: August 6, 2009 11:40 AM
  • ransom386

    WoW players are excited for the big patches because they add something new.

    By "big patches," I mean the ones that start a new tenth on the version number.

    The previous big patch was 3.1, which added, among other things, a new raid that held a new top-tier armor sets. This means people who mastered the game now had a new big goal to strive for, and a difficult one at that.

    So what I'm saying is, it's hard to call patch 3.2 a "patch," as it adds great content for no charge, just like Valve's Survival update for Left 4 Dead or all their Team Fortress 2 updates.

    Posted: August 5, 2009 10:58 PM
  • Nathiest

    blah, blah, blah

    Posted: August 5, 2009 5:35 PM