Yeah, PSN's still down and the only real explanation to come out of it is that an "external intrusion" was the cause for shutting down Sony's online services. I'm fine with the lack of online gameplay for the most part since I barely do online multiplayer, though the fact that patches and updates for games and the system itself are also inaccessible means that I'm a bit hesitant to start the few games that I've received since the downtime.
The most annoying thing about this whole situation is the serious dearth of rational thinking being displayed by a number of the internet (ab)using PS3 userbase. It's even worse that most of those complaining seem to be free users - the PS Plus contingent don't seem to sound off as much or as heavily.
Oh, and the fanboys (of any console) really do need to grow the fuck up already. "It only does offline," is funny; "you get what you pay for, I guess," is just lazy. And there's just too much back and forth of that nature to bear.
the full game is not much more interesting than the demo. There're like
8-10 worlds, with 5-7 stages each. Camera control can get frustrating
And there's this puzzle game called Auditorium. I wouldn't recommend it.
I'd recommend Beat Sketcher (music game), but it's very short.
I tried out Auditorium
on the developer's website for a bit. It's actually the type of game I'd wind down to after flogging my brain for a day, which may sound somewhat counterintuitive, but hey. I think I may actually get it once the PSN's back up (and assuming accounts haven't been hacked and jacked into oblivion).
shaffy oppa wrote:
Sports champions with two moves per person is pretty amazing...
As for the fight it's nothing major but I think it's pretty cool and
worked well. Tho I'd prefer the gladiators game from SC fleshed into a
Y'know, even though it didn't take much prodding, this convinced me to accumulate all four motion controllers. Looking forward to it. Until I get a proper charger, I think I'll just dump the controllers in a drawer when they're not in use.