X-Play takes a look at some of the biggest games hitting shelves this summer, including GTA IV, MGS4's recent update from Kojima productions and more.
no new info really
Wonder what Kojima pro are tweaking with the sixaxis. Hope is nothing major.
If anything, its gonna make the game better.
i dnt think they are tweaking anything. I think they just removed unnecessary sixaxis controls
We hope they are unecassary :)
I'm sure whatever they are referring to is based on play-testing and will be for the betterment of the game. I would imagine Kojima had no shortage of interesting ways to implement the SIXAXIS - some probably panned out and some probably didn't. This is a good thing. In two and a half months we'll know :)
I dont like X-Play, they are slighty xbox 360 biased.
Ever since I've read their reviews on certain games, I've felt they tend to dumb down games like how those hollywood-centric shows does to art.
Angelitos If u say so :)
These people are always good for some subtle anti-Sony rhetoric.
maybe im just reading into it too much but I feel the same way
As long as they are not making forced sixaxis controls.
Fable 2 might be the game that makes me get a 360.
Meehh. Motion control wouldn't work too well for most things anywy.
Motion controls suck ass
Does any body know if that MGS 4 bundle with the steel PS3 is comming to europe ?
Only for janap atm... and i've read they sold out already lol
Hmm i wonder if they taking out sixaxis controls because they have no space for it and cutting some things ...
Anyone else notice GTA IV doesn't look nextgen beside MGS4?
And what exactely is "looking next-gen"? Better graphics but same s$iittttiy gameplay and rehashed ideas?
I whish people would just drop that retarded PR expression.
hmmm that perfectly describes GTA IV
better graphics and same old gameplay with bad writing.
Next Gen - smarter AI, More varied environments, better graphics, enhanced player modes, good writing
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