It's another opinion piece much like when we asked how your Warhawk
purchase would go down. The rules are simple: the Poll Police met up with the Karma Kops for coffee (they're not the best at spelling) and discussed how most people would get their Gran Turismo 5: Prologue
fix. We know over a million Blu-ray copies were reserved in Europe
, but how about the rest of the world? Are you more interesting in downloading the game or buying the Blu-ray?
We don't have much of a personal take on this one, because it is a tough call. GT5:P
isn't quite a full game, but it's so much more than a demo. Because of that, buying it in either form is roughly equal in our minds because it's not full price and it's not a full game. But it sort of is. It's a conundrum, but as long as we get to play it, we're happy. Are we happy about last week's poll
results? Take the jump and find out.
It's hard to describe what makes the downloadable content for these games different than something like Warhawk
, and Folklore
. We suppose all these listed games are of a similar genre and all these listed games have weekly content added to enhance their song lists. Maybe we're making too many stipulations in our polls. All-inclusive polls are more annoying, though, because there are so many games to list. But the clear victor is Rock Band
, with the voices of nearly half the voters. After that, people claim the three games are over-hyped and mediocre. Who knows! Thanks for voting!