Paul James writes "The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt is one of the most anticipated games of 2015, its delay today until May 2014 has disappointed fans everywhere, but has it in fact served as a blessing in disguise?"
However much time they need I'm willing to give.
I dont think so
I think we've heard this a bit too much in 2014.
well yes and no for a number of reasons.... generally summer months are crap for gaming but with this coming may time means it'll keep the summer busy enough, game could well be bug free or bug reduced, misses the february crush, and could potentially lead to better optimisation on both consoles. on the flip side if it still comes out buggy or another delay they'll piss gamers off and hell hath no fury like a pissed off gamer ha
Were Watch Dogs and Driveclub delays a blessing?
Different and way bigger game here from a studio that has a completely different mindset than most especially Ubisoft.
Absolutely, imagine if watch_ dogs and drive club were actually launch titles and they were the two games that you picked up. Would you be happy with your brand new Ps4? Or pissed off? Huge blessing I'd say
I'd rather them put as much effort in it as possible and only release it when it is ready. Don't want to see them pull a Ubisoft.
Take all the time you need. Bigger is buggier. Games spread throughout the year is a great idea
I'm just curious but with the Witcher delayed are their any AAA multiplats coming out in the beginning of the year?
Will 2015 be the year of the days too?? :/ I got my poster at psx that had the February release. . A day before they delayed it, they gave me a poster with the February release. . . It just made me sad when I noticed it about an hour ago
It shows bad time keeping but as long as 8ts not driveclub or inity 2 and actually playable thats the maon thing
Well it is for me as i am waiting on nvidia to release 8 gig version of the GTX980 so i hope they get released before the Witcher 3.
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