Hey, what 4k tv's are you gamers using? I was thinking of picking up a 4k 65 inch Sony model: XBR-65X850D. I'm just curious what models N4G subscribers are using. I don't want to spend more than $1500 US.
So funny watching Sony fanboys hallucinate due to their cognitive dissonance. VR drift: Sony fanboy who doesn't own PSVR "It's fine!"
PS4 Pro not supporting 4k Blu-Ray Player "Sony is all about the games!" Sony fanboys were screeching at the top of their lungs when the PS3 came out "It's the only system with Blu-Ray support!"
I'm blind and crazy, so I rely on my cat to read N4G articles and to tap out the words with his tail onto my forehead in our own secret language. I too stopped allowing my cat to thump my face when I heard "So, Game have...."
You must be new around here. If you praise any platform other than Sony you will get down votes. Sony fans were damaged when they were children which is why they like to tear other people down; it makes them feel better about their self-hatred. I agree with you. Real gaming enthusiasts just care about good games and Nintendo makes some of the best.
Saying other people liked it is not an argument. That's like saying you tried Christianity, couldn't find God and ultimately abandoned it, but oh wait it works for all these other people so um it's valid. Until you've sat down and spent time with PS VR you cannot defend it based solely on testimonial evidence.
It's one review that has raised some serious concerns. No reason to blindly accept the criticism nor blindly defend Sony from it. Don't be a...
It's only complicated if you have a sub 90 IQ
Just a guess. I'm still buying the thing. No reason to get your panties in a bunch.
Someone is defensive. Considering the Trailer was in 1080p and the game resolution looked less than was my only point. I wasn't even being negative. What a baby
graphics looked 720p, but I think that is reasonable considering it's portable. I am very interested
I don't understand two things you just said.
A) I own a Vita and used to own a psp and neither can just plug into the TV and play games.
B) Two separate versions of games? I don't think that is the intent. I think the idea is to buy a single game and have the option to play it as a handheld or on the TV via some type of dongle.
Forgive me for maybe being dense, but could you clarify your thinking?
Maybe if there was a coming of age lesbian storyline the game would have received higher scores
I can't wait to watch the reactions of all of your dopes when this system sells like crazy. It will be a success, that is my prediction. I think when Nintendo explains the revolutionary idea that they are implementing "3D tactile rendering" (just a prediction, I have no hard evidence other than logical deduction) people will be really excited. But I also predict that no matter how awesome this new platform is, people will hate it for no reason whatsoever. Most ...
"Good luck, after seeing that my excitement for the NX has lowered significantly." Your knee-jerk reaction along with all the other geniuses on N4G who can discern the functionality and the fun-factor of using a controller by simply seeing a picture displays a supreme narrow-mindedness. I am turning into a broken record here, but if this controller implements 3D tactile rendering all of you will be eating your words--because the feedback from the t...
8.4! way too low, I would have given it an 8.52
I had the same experience. The game was nothing but a repetitious 3rd person shooter masquerading as some sort of scary Stephen King novel. And while it was creepy and fun for the 1st few chapters, it got boring and stopped being creepy way too ealry. While I do appreciate the graphics, characters and setting, I got bored killing the same few enemies over and over and over, and there was no resolution to the story, oh wait there sort of was, but you have to buy the crappy dlc and oh, wait mor...
Am I the only one who was expecting to see Q from Star Trek the next generation?
But the rumor is that the NX is using 3d tactile rendering, which means that the programmable buttons would have a physical feel to them. A map on the screen would have ridges, depth and elevation. This technology could be the future of smartphone screens. This technology is actually old, it just has yet to be implemented on a mainstream device. Watch this short video, it looks really cool to me. 406d ago 4 agree2 disagreeView comment
I'm looking forward to it.
I'm glad someone read my post. I'm personally excited and hope Nintendo does indeed implement this technology in an interesting way.
But the playstation move wouldn't exist without the Wii making the concept popular. The move is being sold again in droves. How can you deny Nintendo's role in changing the way we play games? NES, SNES, N64, Gameboy, Wavebird, Wii, DS all had a role in changing the way we play. That's consistency. Games are at a standstill right now. This generation has added nothing new besides better graphics. Games have not become more complicated, not anymore--that stopped a ...
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