It's a massive blow to XBOX fanboys. And a big win for gamers.
Console owners still get their games. It only matters to fanboys if the games comes to other platforms.
Reason 1: You will get an arrow in the knee.
Yes, holding a steady 30 fps is key. I read that the team behind the game are working with both Sony and Unity day and night to solve the issues with the PS4 version.
Here's hoping they sort it out soon. It's a great game and it shouldn't get in the dark by these issues that will be resolved hopefully soon.
It's really beautiful. To bad the game is running in 30 fps and with problems maintaining it on PS4. Everything really just pops and comes so much more to life when you double the fps.
I'm all lubed up and ready.
As I see it it's more true to the original Doom. Fast and wild.
Yes for almost a day it was the most selling game on Steam.
While I dont personally like the level of quality of the games Destructive Creations makes. I do however really like that they got such big balls to make games that are provocative. To many game developers play it to safe and don't push the limits as movies and tv-series and heck even books do.
So for that reason I am giving Destructive Creations a thumbs up.
It's just to bad it has went downhill for Blizzard a while now.
I mainly buy fps games for the campaign. Multiplayer is mostly a bonus feature.
This shouldn't be a shock to anyone. The consoles run the show and they have been doing for quite some time now.
That said I tested both the beta of The Division on both PS4 and PC. And the PC version was better in all ways possible.
You can say the world is round and these people will dismiss it.
There is no thing as smooth 30 fps frame rate. Stable yes...smooth...no no no.
That's allot of paying beta testers.
I highly enjoyed the beta and can see this becoming a franchise for Ubisoft. Going to be interesting to see where they take the game in the time ahead.
But for now I'm just to excited to get started on the game in about a month. Cya on the streets agents!
Problem is that so many are buying so much in the form of microtransactions,DLC and season passes that it's now a multi billion dollar industry.
Developers are selling so much of it and so many are buying it that there is no turning now. I at least don't belive that.
It's great that you are optimistic. But microtransactions,DLC and season passes is a multi billion dollar industry. It's not going to change.
Your to late. Were all to late to slow down or stop this. That's just a fact we all have to accept .
You always have a choice to not buy a season pass or DLC. But you will be missing out.
That's just how it is. And no articles or comments will change this. Not now when most costumers have embraced DLC and season passes for about a decade.
We should all just move on. Support good games and good DLC and season passes. And give the thumbs down to...
I think we just need to get over with it already. There are way to many...and by that I mean waaaay to many people that buy season passes and DLC.
There is nothing that is going to turn this trend and no amount of articles like this is going to change it. There are just to many that have supported this way for year and years.
I am going to buy the season pass for The Division as I just loved the beta. So I want it all. And this bonus that all season pass owne...