Yup, you're right. Freudian slip. All fixed now. :P I keep making that mistake in speech even, and I'm not sure why.
From what I've heard, Hardened Edition will be $80, and of course the regular retail package will be $60. Unfortunately I haven't heard pricing details on the Prestige Edition, though I have inquired.
Looks like a PS2 phat with a badly etched PS3 logo to me.
I can't think of any other game it could be unless it were a new Mirror's Edge. Looks gorgeous and sickeningly fluid. E3 can't come soon enough.
No, this game will not have police chases of any kind. It is a simulation racer that is more forgiving than games like Forza and PGR in terms of controls. The fourth unnamed title might have those chases though.
Hell, I just want coverage of Red Steel 2 at E3. I've been telling myself that if Nintendo doesn't deliver to my needs this E3, I might be done with them as my primary video game experience. However, it's stories like these and games like the Conduit and Red Steel 2 that keep me coming back for more from them.
That number is even higher than the number of enemies we saw on screen in the God of War III demo, at least it seems that way to me. But we probably should wait to see what these enemies do, and how they look.
Yeah, if they can get the controls ironed out, this could be a really good game to look forward to for Wii owners like myself.
I'm going to assume that it will be considered the same as disconnecting on purpose. Yeah, it sucks, but if you're disconnecting that often you might want to reevaluate your internet provider.
I read that yesterday and it reminded me of Super Columbine Massacre RPG's giant controversy at Slamdance in 2006.