This is really exciting. Demon's Souls & Dark Souls were some of my favorites. I cannot wait for my PS4...
Ah, Flower. One of my favorite games of last gen.
Avatar does not look amazing for it's lighting alone... The $500m budget also contributes to it, with state of the art production technology. I highly doubt the PS4 or Next Xbox will have quality anywhere near that movie. Believe me, you will still be able to tell that it's a video game, next gen.
Honestly I don't expect much from either of the 3 companies at this point, due to how long they've been in this generation. However, it's really nice to see Sony focusing on the Vita a bit.
They can't do Crash or Spyro without paying Activision some stupid amount of money. Crok and Gex would be sick.
Kickstarter works with pledges, not donations, so no... people are not being "scammed" out of their money.
I am a PC gamer. The reach engine, which is partially used for Halo 4, incorporated an extreme amount of behind-the-scene's tricks to make the game look great. Very little aliasing was apparent throughout the entire campaign. I have no doubt the same can be said for Halo 4.
Sorry, angels3785, but the image in the article is on a PC. NO game looks like that on consoles with that level of anti-aliasing, shader quality, and ambient occlusion. Especially when that image was captured at 1761x863. If Halo 4 were to be made on the CryEngine 3 for consoles only, it wouldn't have this type of fidelity. However, for the time being, I believe Halo 4 is looking pretty damn good. 1876d ago 7 agree4 disagreeView comment
I'm glad to see that the big names are considering all of this. Cloud gaming has a lot of potential.
No, that's a bad idea. They would definitely need their new console to release before, or during the holidays. The 04/04/2014 is a neat idea, but in a real world situation it wouldn't rake in enough profit in a month like April. Now, what they could do, is release the PS4 before the holiday of 2013, and announce and or release those games on 4/4/14, and have games like Little Big Planet 3, inFAMOUS 3, etc. in 2013.
It will be equivalent to technology from 2010-2011 most likely. Consoles, usually, have technology that's a bit dated to allow developers to know what they're working with. That's not to say, however, that because it's technology will be a year or so behind, doesn't mean it's games will look bad. If it DOES have a GPU equivalent from 2010-2011, it's games will look phenomenal, provided that they throw in enough RAM to not have it bottleneck.
All you have to do is a litle research. http://youtu.be/mI8WT3lVe80
My top 360 titles would be Alan Wake Lost Odyssey Gears of War Blue Dragon Mass Effect Splinter Cell Conviction Crackdown Dead Rising Deadly Premonition (Yes, it's really good) Geometry Wars 2 Earth Defense Force 2017 Fable 2 Ninja Gaiden 2 (I consider the 360 version an exclusive in it's own right)
If I were to do this, I'd get him a 4gb 360 with Kinect, and a membership to Netflix. Using Kinect with netflix is a godsend for browsing, and my dad is a computer radio engineer, so he'd get a kick out of using Kinect as well.
Regarding that first link; yeah right. That would exist in maybe the year 2015-2017, and if it is true, you'd have to expect to pay MORE than $600 for something like that. That's not a logical move in anyway for Sony.
Halo 4 out-pre-ordered every franchise on that list combined except for Assassin's Creed 3, in which case it was only 1594 pre-orders away from doing so. Damn.
This game actually looks pretty neat. http://youtu.be/CFfgbz9DMNc
Man, what are you talking about? All I said was "it's a damn game console". Is it not a game console? I don't know what all of this "double standard" stuff, let alone motion controls and this "what if" scenario has to do with my comment. Sorry, but I don't see any child wanting to buy a book for their PS3, let alone sitting down for a couple of hours and actually playing it. If I were to buy my children something cate...
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