Geometry and anti-aliasing seem a bit better on Forza 7, special effects and lighting are quite a bit superior on Driveclub. Forza 7 is a couple of years newer of a game, and Driveclub was originally designed with only the original PS4 in mind, so it holds up remarkably well.
Yes! I can't believe it's been almost 10 freaking years since the last Metroid game! I am so excited! My all-time favorite Nintendo franchise. Now I'm really going to have to get a Switch.
I'm conflicted on it. I agree, this was perhaps the fewest new game announcements that Sony has done at one of their conferences in years, if not ever. But in all honesty, it doesn't really bother me as much as it will bother others. It's totally justifiable to be let down by that, but I'm not personally let down by it. We saw most of these games last year and new they were coming some day. I'm actually glad that they're revamping their E3 in this manner. These a...
Looks awesome. Reminds me of ThatGameCompany.
I was surprised to see they're only asking $30 for it. I really expected this to be a $60 game. Interesting.
Was Demon's Souls not on the list? I might have missed it, but I was looking for it and didn't see it. It would have been my #1! (Published by Sony in Asia & Japan regions before Atlus brought it to NA and eventually Namco-Bandai brought it to Europe).
I would place the Order as my biggest disappointment as well. I even bought the big collector's edition with the statue because I was a fan of the developer's PSP games, and I thought it looked awesome, but it was just not very fun. There were far too many cutscenes and too much exposition but I didn't find the story to be very well-told or interesting, and the gameplay seemed like an afterthought and it was too broken up with interruptions for the mediocre story. It was a stru...
The headline made me think of what are the most bizarre games I've ever played? Here's the two games that immediately came to mind:
I think it's basically a Souls-like with Ninja Gaiden-ified combat and a Diablo-style loot system. But when actually playing the game and considering character builds, etc, it's clear that the game its most similar to is a Souls-like.
Confusing headline. I thought it might mean that it sold more than the 2nd week of sales (meaning, not inclusive of the 1st week, just the 2nd week) for PS4. But no, they really do mean the total of the first 2 weeks of PS4 sales. That's good news for Nintendo!
Never understood why Resistance 2 got such a bad rap. I loved that game, and it was my favorite of the series, and probably my favorite FPS on the PS3 as a whole. I played the HELL out of that game. It had spectacular multiplayer, the only multiplayer game I played more on my PS3 was Warhawk (the best multiplayer game ever, IMO... do people still play that? Does it still have servers? I could go for some more Warhawk some day, damn what a great game... was Starhawk any good? Never did p...
I've got a launch PS4 and I'm enjoying the hell out of Nioh on it (action mode, not movie mode, and it looks fine and plays smooth!)
Wow! 1 million is very impressive. I thought of this as a niche game, but it looks like a lot of the Dark Souls and Ninja Gaiden crowd are joining the party, this is really cool that it's been such a success. I am *LOVING* this game. My favorite new IP since Bloodborne, and in fact I believe I'm enjoying it MORE than Bloodborne! I think this is my favorite new IP since freaking Demon's Souls (which is my all-time favorite videogame).
Damn! PlayStation is in overdrive with the awesome games to start this year. This one was my most anticipated game of the year but I am currently so addicted to Nioh that it will probably be a month before I'm ready for something different so I'll hold off on this at least until then.
@Shin-Zantetsuken Thanks for posting that link, because I was just about to ask @RedPill86 for a source, because I have seen nothing to indicate that the PS2 was "miles ahead" of the PS4 at this point in its life cycle in terms of software sales. Your link is a real source from a reputable publication and it says the exact opposite, that the PS4 has sold more software (higher attach rate) as well as more hardware.
I'm actually kind of angry that my PS1 classics that I bought when I had a PS3 are not available to download/play on my PS4. It's pretty stupid, if you ask me. Major missed opportunity.
Dayum! I gotta play this game!
Out of curiosity, what is the current number of PS3 sales lifetime? I haven't actually looked into it in a while, but it's still in production, right? Maybe I'm wrong on that, I wasn't sure.
Wow, looks much better! The level of detail in the models and textures is obviously relatively low since it is based on a 3DS game, but it does look super hi res and clean, so I think it looks very nice on PS4.
In fairness to the N64's teeny tiny line-up, it *did* have Super Mario 64, which I would consider to be the greatest launch outside of Super Mario Bros. on the original NES and Super Mario World on the SNES. They had three consoles in a row that launched with absolute classic Mario games that have stood the test of time. The only other launch title I can think of that's close to those 3 is the original Halo on the original Xbox.
N4G is a community of gamers posting and discussing the latest game news. It’s part of NewsBoiler, a network of social news sites covering today’s pop culture.