Discussion in 'The Toyark' started by F18Starscream, Jul 10, 2009.
Is it only the Switch?
isn't that FPS? i wouldn't play a GIJoe FPS
i'd play that
no, all systems
Yes it is and you can use vehicles. Imagine a Dragonfly for the 3.75 figures coming with DLC codes to upgrade the weapons on your AH-1Z Cobra in the game instead of having to grind your way to it playing the game.
you lost me at FPS
I actually found some Joes today at walmart, they had 1 endcap side kick with 24 figures including Roadblock, Duke, Scarlett, Destro and Snake eyes. Was happy to pick up snake eyes in an actual store and not online.
What will it be rated? I am definitely not a gamer but my 11 year old son has a switch. It would be cool to play a Joe game with him if it's appropriate.
T in the US
Ok cool. I thought I read some where that it was rated M but that would not make sense if it is a game for the switch.
The switch has plenty of M games, maybe you've heard of Mortal Kombat as an example
Ok thanks, like I said, I'm not a gamer.
My apologies, I was kind of a a-hole with how I worded that, I just get defensive bcuz people think it's just Mario and Pokemon for Nintendo. Having all 3 modern consoles and being a moderate gamer at this point, the GIJoe game at least has my curiosity
I thought I would have a little fun here. Looks like Scarlett is Hanging around Star Wars Celebration.
I would love to see a Conquest in that scale.
FPS means First Person Shooter. As in you can only see the weapons and hands of the character you’re using.
No no no, I mean you lost my interest once you said FPS, I hate FPS, I put up with Metroid Prime just bcuz of my desire and love for Metroid, but one play thru is all they got out of me. No other fps has even gotten me to look it's way, 3rd person or it's a pass for me on the GIJoe game
DAMMIT BigBad, gimme my pre-order already!!!
Also, as if I didn't ALREADY need that damned snowspeeder...
Why not have the game be both FPS & 3rd person? Like the Bethesda games Fallout & Skyrim.
No worries at all.
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