That's because Windows is no long just an OS. It's an Advertisement platform, and it's going to get much worse once it moves in to a cloud OS platform with subscriptions and such. Don't think the benefits outweigh the disadvantages. Microsoft is slowly moving these features in to the OS little by little making the users used to this and the users themselves keep giving away ground inch by inch to them. How many of you don't care that they stream ads in to your Windows ...
Omigosh, I just slapped my monitor and caressed it crazy.
How the heck does these shit articles get on to N4G. Guys, stop feeding the freaking click baiters.
I'm feeling a tad bit sad that they didn't go with the space bounty hunter story-line...
Valve personnel can't count more than 2 so I doubt it's gonna be any games with titles more than 2 in it. Best guess are sequels of games not done before.
that photo ...
business-standard.com looking for hits ?
Probably aiming for hits, i'm guessing. Business-standard.com ???
Cool....am waiting for this.
I find it funny that the author of this article talks about this year's holiday season and how it being a difficult choice to decide which console to buy between the companies consoles, that being the new Xbox One S, the new PS4 Slim and the new PS4 Pro (or the Nintendo) and then goes off on a tangent talking about whether to buy the new PS4 Pro or wait for next year for the Xbox Scorpio.
So the question remains, what do I buy for this year's holiday season ?
Great...the author is a pussy that can't keep his lunch down in his stomach and he complains about it. If you can't handle it, don't do it.
Some people get seasick in boats, cars and planes, so he's one of these people, and he complains about it.
The game authors in question are basically trying to simulate real-world situations, but in this case, it's not really the case, unless they do detail some explanation to enable the player to identify with real world objects and such.
I think the author of the article does make some sense with what's being mentioned. C'mon, those programmers who are programming this game should tell those story hacks their writing sucks donkey balls.
NEO is an upgrade of PS4 to cater for VR. PS4 will still be of use to gamers who want it. These upgrades are still within the same gen so tweaks and minor upgrades of this platform will allow Sony to stay with the 4th generation platform and maintain support for both developers and gamers. The next generation for Sony will come with the PS5 with new architecture and design. This will be the competition to Project Scorpio, not the NEO, though looking at the specs of that reveal, Sony has t...
How about nope ? These guys are getting desperate.
The only time to get scared is when the next gen starts to take off. Next gen won't start for at least another year or two, if at all...could be longer.
PS4 is miles ahead in numbers. Sony won't be losing any, MS probably will gain a few but not enough to take the lead until next gen...probably.
Watch TV via VR ? or watch yourself watching TV on VR ? ;P
Trolling done, but I'm guessing new games or possibly ability to play on both PC and console but that's probably done already.
Waittttt!!!! Whatever happened to the Powah of the Cloud ?
Probably due to documentation available translations in Japanese and not due to their capabilities in using other engines.
Why can't we rate the articles anymore ?
They are seriously missing the point here. One of the major reasons people buy consoles is due to their fixed hardware and not needing to upgrade. Once you start upgrading consoles, it's basically a PC, where I can purchase better ones at that.
They'll probably rely more on the power of the cloud, with mediocre hardware seeing as they will offset some of the processing on to the cloud. With Crackdown 3 as a stepping stone that will launch their platform as a cost effective option with tons of power behind it with cloud computing.
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