IGN - Yes, Uncharted 4 has been delayed until 2016 and that could be a bad thing. But, what our conversation presupposes is... maybe it isn't?
Cause without Uncharted 4 the ps4 has no exclusives /s
Big holiday 2015 exclusives? @below i said big lol, and persona isn't exclusive.
No Mans Sky, Until Dawn, R and C, Tear Away, The Tomorrow Children, Persona 5 and Rime (naming a few) Who says you need one when you can have many?
What about Deep Down?
@Rimeskeem He said big exclusives not indie games on PC and niche titles.
To be fair uncharted 4 overshadows all of the above games it being an established successful game with an already existing large fan base.
Marty Silva looks very uncomfortable in front of the camera
@Rime Yes but bunch of indies and niche titles isn't really speaking to the thirst of the overall AAA hardcore gamer. Come this gaming season. When you make that list how many will truly be satisfied form either a exclusive or 1st party point of view? How many will truly download and play those? You and other PlayStation gamers may play and download those but there were MANY who are not just waiting for Uncharted but other Sony AAA magic. So far Bloodborne will tie it down for many, for the the mean time but the what about later? down the line? I know third party will rule I'm aware but that's not the argument. The argument is how many will download and play those games and be ultimately satisfied with Sony that gaming season, Overall? Gotta wait till E3 too see Sony's plans.
Let's be honest. At this point, Persona 5 is exclusive. I mean, has anyone even seen the PS3 version of LittleBigPlanet 3 or the 360 version of Horizon 2? All I know is those versions weren't interesting. And the games are basically exclusive to their next gen platforms.
Persona is Playstation exclusive. While it's also gonna be released in the Ps3, it is safe to say most will buy it for the Ps4. Until Dawn, Tomorrow children can become big if it's good and gets enough media attention just like how games like Heavy Rain or Journey started with little recognition and became something big. Ratchet And Clank is already big enough and Tearaway is by media molecule.
I didn't know you had to have a "big holiday" exclusive in order to do well. Let me check how they did last year without one...
How about combine the size of these PS4 games not coming to XB1 this year: Bloodborne Toukiden Kiwami Dragon Quest Heroes Tearaway Unfolded Persona 5 Disgaea 5 Neptunia 2 V No Man's Sky Sword Art Online Lost Song Ratchet and Clank Until Dawn Astebreed Rime Godzilla J Stars Victory Versus Plus but wait there is more!
"Big holiday 2015 exclusives?" Such a strange attitude to me, but that way of thinking is exactly what MS is counting on. So far it's not working though.
@Big_Game_Hunters Wow... its amazing how Sony's titles are played down... any exclusive that isn't tripple A is just disregarded by XB1 owners. Yet I see A LOT of talk about Ori and Scream ride. MS may have tripple As during the holiday, but what is there from Jan-Aug? Indies and PC titles only matter when its on Xbox.
its going to be interesting to see how many of sony's 1st party studios are working on morpheus games making sure that early 2016 launch succeeds
2015: All Playstation (PS4) Exclusive Games (220+ Games with screens inside) http://gamrconnect.vgchartz...
It's still coming out lol... Doesn't matter that it's being delayed a few months as there is so many great games coming out at the end of the year and once we get bored of them we will be looking forward to the gem that is Uncharted 4 in 2016.
I agree. Plus the reason if the delay is Sony/Naughty Dog don't want a repeat do Driveclub issue...
@dboyman Well, delays kind of was the Driveclub issue. Delayed game, delayed content, delayed server updates, delayed PS Plus version.
I'm a huge Sony fan, always have been, absolutely love every console they've released, but this delay is a bit of a blow for me personally. Uncharted is my bread & butter, I'm a huge fan of tps action adventure titles & for my tastes there's not much coming in the holidays as of yet that would be a day one buy for me. Makes the Rise of the Tomb Raider timed exclusive deal all the more bitter, I'd have loved to kill time waiting for UC by playing TR but now there's little in a similar vein for me. Definitely looking forward to Arkham Knight & Until Dawn & a lot of the indies, but a few of the bigger ones are still up in the air & could easily slip into 2016 as well. Sony definitely needs to secure something great in the Action/Adventure vein for the holidays, multi plats this year aren't inspiring a lot of faith after AC's fiasco last year & the potential for Battlefront to not drop too soon. I'm just hoping that something comes along to tickle my itch, first, second or third party, doesn't matter to me, just as long as it's some quality campaign action that I can sink my teeth into.
Why do people like you assume the sky's falling when there ARE other games coming out?
I'm hoping they will get a costume ready for Halloween, get some turkey for thanksgiving. And have gifts for their fans.
So instead of purchasing exclusives for the PS4 during the lead up to Christmas we purchase cross platform games or games that we like and want instead, when was that a problem? Also it must be noted that not everyone likes Action/Adventure games which is the genres that Uncharted 4 falls into. Sure Uncharted 4 can be a system seller but what will mainly sell the PS4 in the lead up to Christmas even if Uncharted 4 was available is by making bundles that appeal to different groups.. Basically those people who have a PS4 and want Uncharted 4 will most probably get it when it gets released anyway. Sure they may be disappointed but many people who want the game are quite happy to wait.
What's this infatuation with fall. Isn't gaming a year round hobby?
Sales numbers. It's been this way since the dawn of time. It's like sweeps week for games. I don't know why people keep acting like this isn't a thing. You can argue all you want that Sony/PlayStation doesn't need game X at Y time, but don't act like you don't know what the Fall/Holiday season means for the platform holders and for the industry. And for us, it's always been when the big games everyone has been looking forward to get released, for the reasons I just said, until recent years when games get pushed from Fall to Spring, like Uncharted.
It's big for hardware but it's actually better to launch your game away from the flood in November. That way you get your initial surge and attention instead of being lost in a sea of other releases. Then you get a secondary surge in November and usually see some bundles.
People buy systems during the holidays based on what's out. They don't base it on just one or two months of releases so don't act like consumers are so narrow visioned they see what goes on year round. Also having games year round is a much better strategy for people who ALREADY bought your console and new buyers. If you release games year round the good games people couldn't play end up being cheaper for them when they have the chance rather than having all the games full price because they released them all in the holidays. Not to mention you risk losing customers to your competition when they get tired of waiting ten months for something unique to their system.
Yea the compagnies tell you 'the holiday season' is the more important so you as a gamer. You care about the 'holiday season'. That's fanboy BS or for kids who get their games only for Xmas. Like if they delay a Spring game to release it in the Fall you'd be happy. Ridiculous Personally I'd like all the games to be released ASAP (when ready) and the rest is Sony and Ms probems and doesn't bother me
Just because you and companies wait for the fall does not mean everyone else does. I don't just game during the falls.
"I don't know why people keep acting like this isn't a thing." I don't see anyone argue that it isn't a thing. The question is, why is it a thing when it's obviously better to have more games throughout the entire year? Clearly MS hasn't learned this yet, unless their goal is to only win those few months but lose overall year after year.
My point exactly..
I think it's more like what the media is portraying it as. They like to assume a lot. Just like "gamers play more games in the fall/winter because it's cold outside". I've heard that many times, and in the grand scheme of things that's not true at all. Then you have more game sales in the timeframe of fall/winter so they assume what they think is actually true. Well, games sell more because of the holidays, and many of the heavy hitters hit around that time. THAT is why there are more sales. I game year round, not just in the winter. Some of my favorite games release in the spring and summer. Really, it just doesn't matter. Analysts just look at numbers and trends and think they know it all. Some of my favorite times to play are on a warm summer's night with the windows open.