NowGamer: Lost Worlds' executive producer explains why the latest Sonic title is perfect for Nintendo console users.
Because they were paid by Nintendo? Isn't that what just about every exclusivity deal comes down to? Lol
and it'll play best on wii u.
everything plays best on PC.
@dcj Let's be real. There are some multi platform games that are horribly optimized for PC. Ex: GTA IV.
He explains it because there are some people from the Sony community who think that games are being payed by Microsoft and Nintendo and given for free out of good will to Sony.
not with Nintendo. That only Platinum Games. Nintendo work with Developers. Sonic does best on Nintendo sales and quality wise that a fact.
everything gets pirated on PC and developers lose so much money if they develop AAA games only for PC. Also they can't take risks on creating new AAA IP because of this. So, buy consoles and support developers and expect new AAA titles with risks being taken from them.
Wrong, you speak complete BS sorry. Pirating on consoles is rampant, look at the DS. and soon with the Gateway flashcard, the 3DS will end up the same. PC games CAN be easily pirated, BUT.. there are Steam sales which contradict what you say, games sell a shit ton on there. Besides, i always buy my PC games for one reason : great multiplayer, and you can't play that if you pirate a game so it makes a huge and fun part of it worthless. Besides there are no subscription costs on PC and the games are cheaper, one big perk to owning a mid/high end gaming computer.
Very well said.
this game looks awesome. I love the approach nintendo is taking this year with games. Their games will definitely stand out from the typical polygon pushing third person shooters that will take up most of the fall.
Considering Dr. Eggman two sidekicks from Colors are back Same styled Cutscens as Colors Only on Nintendo Wii U and 3DS as Wii and DS for Colors Both are from Sonic Team and Dimps Colors powers are back and more of them and last much more Colorful than Colors.
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