Why do articles like this keep getting approved? Lol c'mon, even the title fails hard at its own grammar.
No titles you actually want? Some of the first were Grand Theft Auto games! Lmao
This has been one of the best games of the generation that I've played personally, just a fun game, constantly supported, and so on! I've been wanting to see city tracks from this game for a long time and they're finally coming! =D
Here's a GIF that was posted later in that forum thread. Wow, I had no idea how much they improved it! I thought it looked mostly the same, I was wrong, lol http://gifyu.com/images/Gra...
This site redesign is an inside job!
It's just a bunch of pictures randomly sprawled around the page with no organization, and the site isn't even wider than the current one either! lol Everything just looks oversized, the comment layout, the images, the text... I hope this stays in beta for a while until all of this is resolved, haha
That's why I can't wait for Rainbow Six Siege, you pretty much have to wear a mic and have to be in the game (not a party chat) while playing.
Maybe those people will pass the time while playing Fallout 4 by listening to your 30 minute podcast asking them if they have the time.
Because modern games journalism is a joke, so people turn to YouTubers - the people who actually play and enjoy games and know what they're talking about, and they don't moan on and on about how the game doesn't line up with their personal politics, lol
It's called the "Live Area" or something like that, I believe. It's not the XMB though.
This was confirmed months ago.
As a Vita owner, I'm personally glad to see this game go to the PS4 because just look at this game! The world looks so alive and buzzing, it looks like the artwork from the first game and it is stunning, it's simply not doable on the Vita. I love my Vita, but people are seriously over-reacting here, wanting to boycott the game and stuff, lol seriously? Sony has given up developing for the Vita long ago, I know it's annoying but at least a ton of games are still releasing on it.
Yeah, they showed off most of this via livestream at the Rooster Teeth Expo a few weeks ago. Can't wait for this game
"I'm sorry game, I know it's part of your legacy, but I just couldn't find any use for that sodding cardboard box" So true xD
Haha yeah, when I saw it was Kotaku that wrote this I was not surprised in the least
I can see where you're coming from, but I also believe that developers should be able to do whatever they want in their games too. Ellie and Aloy are awesome characters, but why can't there be a character like Quiet in gaming either? There's so many sexualized male characters in gaming and that's never a big deal to anyone and it's always all good and well - it's only when a woman isn't dressed in the "proper" clothing is when bloggers and feminist critic...
For those of you wondering what I mean, I realized, "oh wait, this is just a story someone made about taking them random photos and TLOU artwork and cutting and pasting them together and posting about what they did here on N4G?" So I did some Google image matching and sure enough, I found this (the background image): 928d ago 0 agree0 disagreeView comment
As someone who does a lot of imaging editing for a gaming website, this is not at all that impressive. It's pretty beginner level to be honest (not trying to sound rude there, but that's simply just the case). The creator of this image took existing TLOU environment art (or rather as the author said "pas[t]ed it in some abandoned tlouish place" whatever that means) and just and made that the background, "took some Ellie artwork" and made that a new layer, used the ...
So this post is about someone showing us their crappy editing skills in MS Paint? Lol okay Context: "I took some Ellie artwork, cut it off,changed the colour, pased it in some abandoned tlouish place, cut the hud from an ingame screen off and thats it :)"
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