After receiving a warm welcome on Android and iOS devices in April 2014, Leo's Fortune is back in 1080p on PC, Playstation 4 and Xbox One. The game is just as charming now as it was on smartphones and the good news is that it only cost €6.99/$6.99. Of course, don't expect it to be very long for such a price, but if you're the kind of player who likes to beat levels in the shortest time possible, check out our videos of the early levels.
Personally i find Kojima rather overrated. Yes MGS and MGS3 were fantastic, 2 wasn't nearly as good, same for 4 and 5....nah. (49 minutes ago)
@jmd749: Kojima Productions is independent. wrap that and give it away to your other half. (1 Hour ago)
Ultimates do drive big plays. Don't think it makes everyone Seagull. (1 Hour ago)
I've played a ton of Halo too. Just not Halo 5 because I'm not a masochist. (1 Hour ago)
@Tiz: "Individual skill" still drives top players to become top players in OW. The team with the better comp *and* better players is going to win. (1 Hour ago)
@Tiz: Eh.. "more dependant on individual skill" is one way to look at it. (1 Hour ago)
@droezelke: it's awesome that one of the greatest minds in game development is given funding and respect. And using a hardware specific engine for his new game suggests he'll be a Sony 1st party dev. (1 Hour ago)