The negative reaction to them was so overwhelming and hateful that they "didn't want to talk about anything in it until it was 100% certain". So is this what the community really wants? Personally, I preferred when Hello Games talked openly about what they wanted in their game. But clearly thats no longer going to happen because if they did it would be put in a Reddit post as yet another lie.
I agree and it was probably the plan all along when they where talking about features openly. Yet, people got it in their head that this small team would be able to deliver all of these features right off. Yet, in order to do this they needed funding that they didnt have especially since they released multiplatform. If they had the backing of a major company as an exclusive maybe all of this stuff would have been their day 1. Instead they tried to do right by all and they got massacred for it...
Whats so great about the PS4 Pro is that you don't feel like you need one to experience great PS4 games. If the PS4 Pro had been this insanely powerful upgrade, then it would basically be a new console and all of those people that currently have or just brought a new PS4 would have been screwed out of their money. I think the people feeling like, oh this isn't a super powerful upgrade so I feel disappointed, are missing the point. PS4 Pro shouldn't be such an insane upgrade that ...
Sad about the delay, but I am hyped for those Japanese voices. Plus I would rather a delay then a bad experience.
I disagree. I am sure a lot of folks where waiting on PS4 Pro. Not just to buy it, but also to figure out where the PS4 Slim stands in comparison to the PS4 Pro. What people found was that the Pro is a fantastic upgrade, however its not leagues above the original PS4. This freed up people from their hesitation to buy the PS4 Slim with the Pro on the way.
I don't think this game is dead at all. Too many games have had a second revival. FF14 being the classic example. Yeah the game has issues, but I don't think it is so broken that it can't be fixed.
I never paid a penny for any microtransactions in ME3 and I adore the mp. I still play it. Microtransactions for ME3 is very much like Overwatch. Surprisingly, EA actually did microtransactions right and they support the mp with a ton of free content.
Developers go for those extra pixels because saying there game is 4K is a much bigger selling point than saying there game is 1080p but 60fps. You can blame that on consumers that put a higher demand on graphics over frame rate.
Of course not, do you have any idea what sort of a beast machine it would take for that. Even on PC that would be a challenge and certainly beyond a 399 machine.
One is a mistake by a billion dollar company and the other is an indie game company that suffered a flood who failed to deliver on people expectations.... Yeah sure, why not act like the two are actually comparable.
I think those features that are missing can still be implemented, but you have them dealing with all of these lawsuits from people that should been satisfied with a refund. So who knows what that is doing to the game development.
I understand where you are coming from, but seriously how many games are dependent of 3D to be enjoyable. The 3D is nice and all, but we can do without it.
It really does depend on how successful the Switch is going to be. Personally I am in love with the idea of being able to play console level games on the go, easily Switching them to the home screen, and being able to easily play games with my friends and family on the go.
This could be a hit idea, only time will tell.
Ultimately game journalist only have themselves to blame for these new policies. Publishers have always wanted to pull this, hell if publishers could get away with it, they wouldnt send review copies out at all. In the past this was unthinkable because game journalist/game reviewers had the ear and hearts of the consumers aka the gamers.
Yet recent trends have shown the core consumers moving away from listening to reviewers and more toward listening to video content produce...
I dont think Nintendo should be trying to compete with Sony or Microsoft. There is a whole other market out there that they can be very successful in. They need to target that market.
You know what, Game Reviewers only have themselves to blame for this new policy. The reality is if Reviewers still held the credibility they use to have with the gaming community than developers could not pull this crap. It would be a death sentence for them. Yet, how quick are gamers to say that this reviewer or review site isnt credible. That stuff does eventually take its toll and now a major publisher is saying fuck it, we dont need reviewers anymore.
I think it all depends on how well the Nintendo Switch gets adopted and how hard Nintendo pushes it. If Nintendo is able to achieve success with the Switch, then we very well could see all of those 3rd party developers for the 3DS move over to Switch development.
I think we will start seeing games appear across the Switch and 3DS, like we see with Playstation 4 and PS Vita. The difference here is that the Switch is a portable device as well as a home console, so we could se...
If the Nintendo Switch catches on well enough, it would not surprise me to see their mobile market migrate towards the Switch. If they did do that, then they would have all of the 3rd party support they could hope for right there.
I love that all of these jrpgs are coming to Steam.
All I can do is laugh when I see this stuff. At the same time, I am happy to see this sort of content exists, it moves us that much closer to the holodeck experience.
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