Well, it was the Ultimate Destroyer of N64 game pads so no surprise here! »
Well, I assumed it was only Current-Gen so I didn't ever bother thinking about playing it on my old, rusty 360. But now we'll see in sept. 30 :P »
I worked at the Quebec City studio where they made this game ahah. I received a free copy when the game launched (even if I did nothing in it). It's a strange Mortal Kombat-esque fighting game with quick-time events and some rhythm combo. And Dinosaurs you can actually customize a bit. »
That's such a great new. I've been playing SR IV a lot recently and I really hoped to be able to replay the missions (I chased every single blue square thing, don't want to do that again). So I started to buy expansions and now this one! »
I was about to write the same thing. And I find it strange that all the early adds were really dark and full of heroic fantasy while it's not what I liked and remember from Zelda at all. »
About the human sized Lemurs, I went to see the IMAX film ''Island of the Lemurs'' and they talked about a specie of Lemurians who was as big as a man, but the early human of the Madagascar killed them all (because they were afraid of it I suppose?). »
If you have a xbox 360 controller it works well on steam! I'm a console guy but with the low prices and the avabaility to play with a controller Steam is great. And I don't think you need that much of a good PC to run Broforce. »
Great news! I played a lot during winter vacations, but at some moment you start to get tired of dying when you think everything is under control (that's the fun of it I know but still, there's a lot of work loss in every games). Sometimes I wish the game was a bit closer to minecraft in the sense of buildings etc.