Bite it, Sheila.
Seriously did anyone think they modeled 18 quintillion planets? How many zettabytes would that require?
Cause it was way easier, required way less money and they knew people would still pay full price for it.
All of this because one guy got the game early and said there were bugs...
It's crazy that one dude posting an off hand comment about the game is making headlines now. Or, well, not crazy...just gaming "journalism".
He looks like a total dick tunnel in that picture.
Like clickbait articles on N4G
My girlfriend isn't a gamer at all, but she was ridiculously into watching Uncharted 4. It was our ritual for like a week and a half to play a few hours together before bed.
I know it's cool to hate the first game, but aside from the driving mechanics it was fine.
It feels obvious to me that the 4k capabilities are in preparation for the next generation of VR headsets. Regular 4k gaming on a tv isn't very exciting for the vast majority of people. Even if the adoption rate was 100%, most people would be hard pressed to see a difference with a tv below 65-70 inches
I mean, they're virtual followers you get in game from completing activities and...any side stuff. So no, if you avoid all of the gameplay in the game, you won't unlock story missions.
Just cause they're happy now doesn't mean they're not bummed about where Xbox is going.
I don't think Nintendo's realized that all the casuals that bought a Wii are the people who have happily switched to playing games on their phones. Almost everyone left who uses a console now cares about power.
Generic Clone? Is that what we're calling modern specs now? Ferrari couldn't release a 200 horsepower car and get upset when no one bought it.
Must be exhausting being Reggie, having to believe the bs you tell gamers year after year. Like being an optimistic server in a crappy restaurant.
Definitely exaggerated. In 60+hours I can only remember once or twice when it got unplayable.
lil too subjective. If it holds up to the trailer, then it very well may be the best looking open world urban environment we've seen. Open world is too blanket a term though (ie it'll be a while til we get an open world city with the same detail as the Wasteland in Mad Max)
TLOU's story feels finished to me. The uncertainty of it feels appropriate. Not sure what they'd do with a sequel...
June 21st I believe? Someone correct me if I'm wrong
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