Would You Rather ... Demo Edition
In our continuing effort to bring you fresh and interesting content, X3F presents Would You Rather ... a weekly feature that asks you the hard questions. The point? If you had to choose one or the other, which would you go for?
This week in WUR we're taking a different approach. With so many demos playable at Mircosoft's press event for upcoming Xbox 360 titles, we wanted to know which one you craved the most.
If Microsoft was to release only one demo today for you to play, which one would it be? Remember, this list only includes items that were playable at Microsoft's San Fransisco event so Gears of War 2 and Fable 2 aren't options. While Ninja Gaiden 2 might be the favorite, we wonder who out there is anticipating more hot Piñata action.
Feel free to share the reasons for your vote in the comments. We'll share the results of the poll during the next edition of Would You Rather ... which hits X3F every Wednesday.
Last weeks WUR results can be find after the jump ... take a look!
Last week we asked if you preferred a subscription based model for larger downloadable content, such as purchasing an entire season of content for an episodic game, rather than purchase each piece separately. The consensus seems to be in favor of the season model as you would only need to worry about your MS Point bank once instead of having to dole out gobs of cash in order to get the right amount of points. The only problem? What if the game sucks?!
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