There is a reason why they changed gravity rush franchise from vita to ps4: The Vita is a failure and almost no one gave a damn about it.
I don't think it will release this year. The thing hasn't been announced yet and they need to do that before they take preorders. It's literally impossible for it to come out this year. Look at PSVR, was announced early this year, they started to take preorders at E3 and it's coming in October. Same for PS4, was announced in feb 2013, preorders started at E3 and it came out in November 2013. Neo will follow the same pattern.
Also, even if it could come out a...
It wouldn't. PS Now isn't backward compatiblity, it's a mean to play ps3 games on ps4, but also other devices like TV and tablets.
It's still a 8 year cycle, you just get a more powerful version of the same console in the middle. 3-4 years after the NEO comes out, the PS5 will come out and the cycle will begins anew.
Except this isn't simply a slim version, so it's not gonna follow the same pattern.
Ifrit, Shiva, Ramuh, Titan and Leviathan are a given since they're classic summons that are almost in all FF.
Bahamut and Odin will probably be in there.
I also bet the next tomb raider will be going back to be multiplatform like the first one.
Two-Step verification is apparently on its way.
I hope the thing works on even older ios versions because all I have is an ipod touch 3g. If you're planning for this, don't leave people with older mobile devices out. FF14 authenticator and Battle.net authenticator both work on old mobile devices.
Or at least, have Two-Step verification via email as well.
The Wii was like catching lightning in a bottle. They will never be able to replicate that success in the home console department.
They caught lightning in a bottle in the mobile department again with Pokemon Go. However Pokemon Go is likely a one time wonder. Nintendo is not gonna be able to replicate this as well.
That was Microsoft's only chance and they still ended up in last place because the PS3 outsold it worldwide every months the moment it released. The PS3 managed to grab second place in the end.
No matter what Microsoft do in the next generations, Sony will just beat them like they are with the PS4.
No thanks, I got it for PC in a sale. My new GTX 1070 allow me to run this maxed at 1080p/60fps without any problems.
Also, if there is a third game, I don't think Microsoft will get a timed exclusivity this time around.
Nintendo caught lightning in a bottle with the Wii. They've been trying again with the Wii U and now the NX. It's gonna fail miserably. The NX will definitely not match the base PS4 and Xbox One in term of powers.
Casuals are more interested in a quick game on their mobile phone, not a home video game console.
There is a rumor at every events about this. I am not saying someone cried wolf way too many times, but yes they did.
In 2016, if something doesn't have 8GB of ram at least, it's garbage.
If it applies to casuals, it means it's cheap. This basically confirm everyone's suspicions that it's underpowered compared to PS4 and Xbox One.
There is also the problem that Bethesda games are riddled with bugs and glitches.
A Single player DLC, some multiplayer dlc and patches is all you're gonna get. No other uncharted game will be released as no other studio will ever make one. Look at the other Naughty Dog games, Jak and Daxter was never touched again aside for a collection and Crash Bandicoot only got more multiplatform games because Activision got the rights (pretty sure nothing would have happened otherwise).
Just face it, Uncharted is done for good, no one will pick it up and Naught...
Yes it's fake, amazon doesn't know anything about the Neo nor when it releases.
No, because the reason Sony didn't show anything at E3 was to change the specs to make it as powerful as the Scorpio or more powerful.
Not the first accident, here in Canada (the game isn't even out) 2 people who were in a car drove and hit a police car a few days ago.
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