Within the first 30 minutes of Legend of Heroes you are thrown in a compelling situation, with compelling characters. After 8 hours of the sp for Mass Effect Andromeda none of the characters are compelling outside of Alec Ryder, who SPOILER ALERT isnt around after the first 15 minutes of the game. From beginning to the end of the early access preview Mass Effect Andromeda is a let down and this is coming from a person that like Mass Effect 3 in its original state from beginning to end.
The problem is that the characters look terrible in general. None of the characters are really sexy (I am including the men in that statement) and then you have these characters that have hair styles that would never fly. I get this is primarily a civilian ran operation, but why is the security guy hair that crazy. Why are so many people walking around with dyed hair like they are a "gamer girl" or something. It's weird and it doesn't fit. It reeks of listening to a bunch of...
Tell that to the guy that made Minecraft and the people behind Stardew Valley. What Nintendo needs is steady quality content. Not shitty triple A titles dumb down for the Switch. Also, a lot of big name people are leaving and have left triple A companies to form their own small indie studios. Indie no longer means insignificant. Sure Nintendo needs support from major third party developers. That is they need support from major Japanese third party developers, the ones that...
I love Yoko Taro. The guy is just straight up honest.
Hey, lets not blame the cosplayers. Lets blame these idiots that complain without understanding or caring about the issues.
No he is probably a straight (most likely white male) defending women that don't need or want him to defend them. He probably thinks that writing these articles is going to get some of these women to look his way, but they actually have standards and just want to have fun. So that isn't likely to happen.
No one because both parties want attention and know what they are doing. You of course have to be respectful about it all but that is just life.
The thing is most cosplayers want people to pay attention and take pictures. Yes, you need to be respectful but that is simply being a decent human being. These cosplayers (male and female) don't go through all of the trouble of getting dressed up in these outfits to be ignored.
Right, what really needs to happen is a constant ramp up of sales. Switch has been doing well so far, but its the coming weeks that will determine a lot. Also, Zelda has been doing well in Japan and usually Zelda isnt a game that normally resonates so well in Japan. So good signs so far.
That is built into the console and that is stupid. All they are doing is making it so people dont buy the Nintendo copy of the game.
If they simply added an attachment that either had a second screen that output 1080p just to the retina display then it wouldnt be an issue. On top of that, I haven't seen 720p in VR so that resolution might be fine. If not, its still possible to work around this issue, but the device the console plugged into would need its own processor to boost the console power. I think frame rate would be more of an issue than resolution.
That is what it means to be an early adopter. Sony and Microsoft services expanded on there respective consoles as well. What matters right now is that Nintendo needs to pump out games so that people feel good about their purchases. Zelda can only hold people over for so long and it looks like Nintendo is doing that. It's always smart to wait for a console to be out for a while before you buy it, but at the same rate a console's success depends heavily on initial sa...
I'll say it again here, look at Bethesda and see how they aren't putting Denuvo on Skyrim and Fallout 4. Rather than focus on Denuvo the developers and publishers should have giving people a more compelling reason to buy the game. Like mod support or something.
The issue beyond that is that Nier is going to be a niche game anyways. So no matter what, we werent going to see crazy sells for it, but now on top of that we get Denuvo which is notorious for being expensive anti-piracy software. So now, turning a profit just became that much harder. Simply perfect logic.
This game will be hacked like the majority of other games with Denuvo on it and what is left is anti-tamper software that causes issues for legit buyers. Oh and if Denuvo was so important to anti-piracy efforts than why doesnt Bethesda use it for Skyrim and Fallout 4? You know, those two little games that are the biggest selling titles in PC history. Perhaps you have heard of them. Ultimately, no one that was going to truly pirate this game is going to run out and spend $6...
Honestly, thats one of the main places I want it to sell well. Because I want all of those Japanese 3DS developers to migrate to the Switch. Monster Hunter Switch would be huge.
Oh yeah, there is a lot of potential there and if Nintendo doesn't blow it the system will be amazing. I love owning this device, going from handheld to TV mode is so cool. I find myself using tabletop mode more than I ever I thought I would use it. I love this system the same way I love my PS Vita. The potential is amazing, but if Nintendo doesn't capitalize on that potential then it will truly be a shame. I see the groundwork for something special, now its just a...
I played the Switch demo multiple times, because I am waiting on Zelda and it was enjoyable to me. Obviously, the PS4 version is going to be superior, but at the same rate I can't play that version in handheld mode and then switch back to my on the fly.
This is what i wanted. Hopefully this continues so we can get that Japanese developer support. Japanese developer support is going to be key in making the Switch the console I want it to be.
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