Pizza Economy. Is one video game worth.. oh, let's be generous.. 7 pizzas? Large, warm, mouth watering pizzas? Will you get the enjoyment out of the game that you would eating those pizzas? Do you know the game doesn't suck from word of mouth from people who already own it and play it - that is, is the quality of the game equal to the quality of the pizzas?
If yes, yes. If no, pizza. Pizza Economy. (All credit to Iceciro, my friend, who is the original creator of Pizza Economy.)
DJ Hero looks sort of interesting. I think it could be fun.
Pole Dance Hero, though.. the first time I walk down the street, look into a house, and see a fat white guy in his underwear breaking his Pole Dance Hero peripheral in half is the day I give up gaming.
Sonic. I grew up with Sonic, I loved Sonic all through my teen years, and it breaks my heart that Sega didn't let him grow up a little more with the rest of us, and decided to do the same to im as they did to the Saturn and the Dreamcast. I still have a lot of hope for the blue fuzzball, though.. just, not with Sega, or Sonic Team.
Nah. Achievements are awards to be earned through meritorious gameplay, not meritorious grinding. Now, if the achievements directly affect some part of the game (TF2's old weapon system, Mass Effect's weapon enhancing achievements, Killing Floor's Perks, City of Heroes' Accolade system) then that's, y'know, part of the game, earning those to become more awesome in gameplay. But just to wank for the sake of wanking? Nah.