It's definitely not low tier, mid to high tier for sure. But I agree it is not a premium PC. I'm not even sure I would count my setup as a premium PC anymore, 2 980s, i7 6700k, 1440p 165hz. It's probably 4k capable but I prefer to play my games at greater than 120 fps.
However you class it, it's going to be great value for money.
Nope, It has no impact on how I weigh the value of a game whatsoever. I understand why people like collecting things but I've barely got enough time to play the games I own, let alone play the achievement game.
@frostypants So do I and you are completely wrong on that one. Uncharted looks better than horizon and is comparable to the Witcher 3 on PC but not Horizon. That game does not look as good as either of the other 2.
A GTX 680 (5 year old flagship) can run CS:GO at 4k > 60fps. The 980 runs it at 4K and greater than 150 fps. I'm not in any way trying to downplay the Xbox one x here but what the guy said above is true.
Any PC gamers in here that upgrade their PC every year? Also what's wrong if they do, they have the choice. I'm still running 2 980s from 2014. Not upgraded anything since and I can play every release since at 1440p ultra and normally greater than 100 fps.
You made the choice binary. But PC is a massive offering of choice, not a single choice.
I love the music from the Halo games. If they did two things right from the start it was the music and the enemy AI.
Good to hear, Metro last light is brilliantly optimised on pc. Getting 100+ fps at 1440p maxed with sli 980s.
And it has been exclusive to PlayStation. Does not mean it will be forever ad long as it does not breach any contract with Sony.
When pc and mobile have the biggest playerbase for one of the games in question that makes no sense.
The game developers are the ones lobbying Sony. They are way more valuable to Sony than a small minority of consumers on the internet and Sony seems to continually shut them down. I'm not saying it hurts to try but don't expect Sony to listen to you.
I'm fine with that if It's cosmetic or additional content but please don't lock away content in the same vein as Destiny 2. It's very anti-gamer.
Afaik Sony does not like user published mods either so I doubt you would get modded maps.
I actually agree. While microsoft did a bad job at selling their console. The actual show was more entertaining. Anthem and Metro got me way more excited than anything shown at Sony's conference. Overall I think Ubisoft did the best however.
"Sony wins E3 2017" - new N4G exclusive.
That's a good point. The conference was pretty late.
Agreed. It looks like it's up to third parties and indie devs to push forward with innovating and fresh new experiences. Can't really blame the first parties for playing it safe. They have a smaller market by nature and need to be as mass appealing as possible to attract more new gamers to the platform.
That doesn't really affect me in the slightest though. It's just a marketing tool. I just thought Mario rabbits and beyond good and evil had more charm and flare than most of what we saw at E3 this year. They seem like typical games focused entirely on gameplay. Although it is hard to tell with bge2, that's the feeling the trailer gave me.
Spiderman might be good. I will wait for reviews but the traversal looked like loads of fun. Cant say im excited for days gone at all. God of war was the best thing shown for me (I've played 1 and 2 but not 3 and the one after it so am interested in returning to it)
Ubisoft brought the best and most diverse set of games in my opinion.
Beyond good and evil 2s cinematic trailer and Mario rabbits got both me and the crowd more excited than anything at Sony's conference. Ubisoft also had more variety in their titles. Way too many cinematic movie games from Sony. It was nice to see open world, naval combat, tactics games.
As for cinematic movie games I'm more excited by the brother's developers' new title....
But they still showed off games that had a year long release window and one game coming this year. I don't buy that.
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