Eidos was nice enough to do a quick demonstation of Tomb Raider: Underworld for us, and even if it's still the old and buggy build of the game shown at Leipzig it's still nice to see the game again. Don't worry about the bugs of course, they promised me that everything would be fixed in time for the release date. Update: This time unless I forgot something this is the last video from the Festival du Jeu Vidéo. This is still running on the PS3, and still a months old build.
@MikeManiac61: Ocarina of Time innovated on a lot of things when it came out, from both technical and gameplay departments. Today, if you exclude Nostalgia, it's great, but not the best Zelda game. (4 minutes ago)
@Sdarts:thought the controls looked interesting. having 1:1 (or close to) sword control instead of something like the wii version of twilight princess where swinging the wiimote just triggered actions (4 minutes ago)
@Melmoth: Haven't played Skyward Sword to completion yet, but it's definitely a divisive game, people either love it or hate it. (7 minutes ago)
@Sdarts: not often nowadays, sadly. For the other zelda games, i've got a MotionPlus controller, so i can play Skyward Sword. (10 minutes ago)
@MrWhite: Haven't played MM but I've seen gameplay footage and reviews and it looks more fascinating than OOT (14 minutes ago)
@Melmoth: That's really nice, man. In a way, it's almost like you two played games together. I hope the family life hasn't stopped that, even if it's once or twice a year. (15 minutes ago)
Majora's Mask -----> OOT. Yep, I said it. (21 minutes ago)