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Submitted by mathsman 757d ago | opinion piece

The Next-Generation Can Hurry Up and Wait

Electronic Theatre: For nearly three decades I’ve always welcomed new console generations with an almost tangible sense of excitement. The prospect of bigger, more believable worlds, brand new gameplay ideas and designs and even the return of familiar friends looking better than ever before: these were all measurable qualities that could be seen in near every proposition from hardware manufacturers. This time, however, there’s very little of any of this to see. (Culture, Destiny, Driveclub, Industry, Killer Instinct, Killzone: Shadow Fall, PC, PS3, PS4, TitanFall, Wii U, Xbox 360, Xbox One)

Mr Tretton  +   757d ago
Bullshit.

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