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A lot of people are genuinely interested in sharing their PC gaming time with their spouse, but the problem is that PC gaming is mainly a solitary affair and not conducive to playing with someone else in the same room. These are exceptions.
Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 3 Full Burst is notable for being the first Naruto game to be ported to the PC, and while it's been anticipated by fans for a long time, the actual release struggled with a few porting problems. Even with the bugs and glitches, is the game still worth it? Or should Namco Bandai and CyberConnect2 hold off on future ports?
When it comes to comic book characters, people tend to complain a lot about how this character is so overpowered, or that this character's abilities are not realistic. While the complaints are valid, there are also times when characters are unfairly treated as weak because writers fail to apply their powers in a more realistic manner.
I love superhero comic books, but I won't deny that titles during the 80s to late 90s were predominantly about tights and spandex superheroics. It was odd because it meant that the entire medium was dependent on a single genre. Imagine if 90% of movies in Hollywood were about cowboys or if 90% of songs on the radio were hard rock? Here are some titles that you're bound to love even if you hate superheroes.
Massively Multiplayer Online Role Playing Games are addictive by design, as the games' success is rated by just how much the players are invested in it, but oddly enough, one of the downsides to the design is that requires a lot of time investment, which effectively rules out a large part of the population, who simply have better things to do. If you're one of these people who want to try out an MMORPG but don't have the time, these games may be right up your alley.
When it comes to comic book characters, costumes play a large part in the branding and identity of the character. This means any drastic change to a superhero's costume are avoided and used only as a last resort if they want to drum up interest. However, there are exceptions to the rule. There are superheroes who managed to show off alternate versions of their costumes without alienating fans.
In spite of the fact that tablet games have already eaten away a large part of market share previously held by console gaming devices, a lot of gamers still label the iPad as a casual game and shovelware-dominated platform. While the label isn't entirely without merit, there are a handful of console-quality games on the app store that show the iPad as a very capable gaming device, with enough power to run console-quality games. Best of all, a lot of these games can be downloaded and played for free.
When it comes to TV shows that were cancelled despite being head and shoulders above the common dreg that passes for network TV these days, most people already have their own list, probably containing Joss Whedon's Firefly or Paul Feig's Freaks and Geeks. Here are 5 more shows that you may want to add to your list.