Ahh the good old days, used to play this every day after school. Put God knows how many hours into the MP and played through the SP at least 8 times. Phenomenal game.
Highly doubt the graphical downgrade will put that many people off.
BLoodborne really isn't that difficult. One of my flatmates who rarely plays games (FIFA is pretty much it), played and beat it twice. He put something like 150 hours into it.
If you thought The Witcher 3 was an unpolished/unifinished mess then never ever play Fallout 4.
Can you not buy it without the controller? Because if not that's really stupid. Not everyone wants a controller, it's just driving the price up.
Finally some recognition for the best game this year.
Neither, Bloodborne should win.
Dino Crisis 2 and Onimusha 1 & 2 are some of my favourite games ever.
Oh. My. God.
I think I'll die if a new Onimusha is announced. The first two are two of my favourite games ever.
It feels nothing like Fallout 3s gunplay. It's a lot smoother and a lot less clunky. Go back and play Fallout 3 and tell me you don't see a difference.
I didn't enjoy Fallout 3 or Skyrim. But I'm about 10 hours into Fallout 4 (haven't had much time to play) and I'm really enjoying it, maybe it's because they improved on the biggest thing I hated in Fallout 3, the gunplay.
No Bloodborne? Pfft.
Zombies doesn't even migrate hosts. If the host leaves it's game over, which is infuriating.
I played the beta, the handling was fine and the customization seemed pretty in depth. But what do I know, I'm no "professional" games journalist.
I love Destiny but if this is true then I'm done.
FIFA is awful this year.
But you said "So much for the 10 year life span", it's been 9 years which is really good.
The PS3 came out in 2006 and we don't know if this is worldwide, could just be for select regions.