It works pretty well. Only once it happened to me to go back to the home screen instead.
Remember this: https://www.kickstarter.com...
As usual Bloodworth and me are pretty much on the same page. It was the same with Driveclub, and we got proven right.
Some during the first, some going back for trophies. PS4 screenshots are 1080, of course.
It's a screen showcasing the AI, so it's the opposite. It shows that prompto is controlled by the AI.
No problem. IMHO this is the best one released by Sony since they added themes. The music is one of the best The Order tracks.
You're not the only one there.
Umh, I doubt those people are playing it. Not saying that the rating is wrong but...
My theory is simply that both Sony and Microsoft sold more consoles they thought they would.
Can't be a placeholder, since it's already for sale, both on PSN and Xbox Live.
That's the demo, which is out in Japan, but not the full game :D And AFAIK the demo doesn't.
With Zooming in, I meant watching the screens at their original resolution. It's very noticeable, believe me :D
Yeah. I HATE Pre-order DLCs, even more so when exclusive. It's a really horrible practice. By the way, zoom on the screehsots. The film grain is definitely there. A lot of it, actually.
It would indeed. It'd also add some more value to the game. I know I'd spend several hours playing with it.
@Farmassy: I ask questions for those interested about the game. Not for those interested about fanboy wars. I'm pretty sure there's a fair amount of people interested in knowing how certain things are achieved. If focusing on the game and not on the controversy makes it "softball," i'm proud of playing softball.
@Clonetrooper1139: No whining was done. I and others noticed that the game felt really smooth, so I asked him what kind of techniques they used to achieve that.
Since you're so positive on what questions need to be asked, and you think you can do so much better, maybe you should get a site, then get accreditated for an interview, and ask the questions you like. Personally, I'll ask the questions *I* care about. And when I get an interview about a game, I ask about the game, not about "publicty," that interests just console warriors seeking controversy and negativity, and in any case is more a publisher question tha...
What I did notice is that the order was never once promised or even mentioned being over 30 fps
he talked because I asked. That's how interviews tend to work.
What Fenome said. Early morning EST.
N4G is a community of gamers posting and discussing the latest game news. It’s part of NewsBoiler, a network of social news sites covering today’s pop culture.