…stop making your freemium games to need a constant connection to the Internet to play them. I don’t mind to download extra data after the game is installed, but not all of us have a full-time access to an Internet signal, and we really want to play your games. I also understand that the main point of your freemiums is to work as a social media, but some of us prefer rather to just play alone.
So please, if somebody from Gameloft is reading this, at least analyze the chance to set the freemiums back to what they used to be, like Block Breaker 3, Cosmic Colony, or Fantasy Town, where the connection to the Internet was only asked to share achievements, download newer data, and In-app purchases.
Watch it on YouTube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YADVJZ2NZhA
WARNING: both the video and this review contain content not suitable for children.
Ok, not a long ago, probably less than 2 weeks, I found that Jason David Frank, a.k.a. Tommy Oliver, the legendary White Ranger from Mighty Morphin Power Rangers was going to do something. I didn’t know anything, but that the White Ranger role was going to be involved.
Then, a couple of days ago, I found that the White Ranger was going to fight Mortal Kombat’s Scorpion. AWESOME! Isn’t it awesome? Yes, it is!
Well, I just watched the battle in Machinima’s YouTube channel… And I was disappointed when Scorpion killed Tommy with that chain of him that goes with his classic “get over here!”. It didn’t just kill the White Ranger, but my childhood. Well. I’m an adult. Not for nothing the game he comes from is called ‘Mortal Kombat’. It was a battle between a very serious killer warrior against a children’s hero who never spilled blood. The result sure should have been obvious.
But then I found that there was an alternate ending where Tommy won. I watched too, and I was happy for not seeing Tommy’s head perforated, buuuuuuuut the way he defeated Scorpion… by stabbing him under his chin… That’s not a Ranger style… But well, at least there was no blood in this occasion.
Now, it turns out that the next episode of Super Power Beat Down will be about freaking Captain America vs. Master Chief. I MUST. SEE. DAT. I vote for the Chief, of course!