Did you just spoil the end of Uncharted 4?
I haven't finished it yet. You are a fucking idiot.
No. Wii U is.
How does attach rate (regarding software sales) relate to better hardware sales?
If you want to use that argument... more than 50% of the Wii U's install base bought Mario Kart 8. Almost half of them bought Smash Bros for Wii U, Splatoon and Mario 3D World. Half of them bought New Super Mario Bros U.
Does that mean the Wii U is going to outsell the PS4? It's not anywhere close to that, with the PS4 having sold, to date, almost 4 times Wii U's...
Honestly, if they make TLOU 2, I hope they leave Joel and Ellie alone. I don't want to see a story where the Fireflies find them again, and pursue them to try and make a cure out of Ellie again. (Or Ellie finding out that Joel lied, and going to seek the Fireflies by herself, or anything along these lines, really). That would make the whole of TLOU 1 pointless.
Nope, it would be more interesting if they find a new story. The setting of TLOU is rich with opportunities to...
Nah, don't worry. It's not like it's a big shocking turn of events, anyway, it's clear as day the kind of person Rafe is. :P
Oh, come on, did you just spoil the end of Uncharted 4 to me without a warning, despite the fact that I stated on my comment that I haven't beaten it yet? :(
Also, I think you're right in that we shouldn't view gameplay as 100% canon to the things that happen in the cutscenes, because let's be frank: videogames, in general, require a much higher threshold of supension of disbelief than movies and books do, because you can't always fit a 100% realistic n...
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Naughty Dog may not buy into it all they want... but I still found it extremely jarring to see Rafe saying that Sam wouldn't be capable of killing Nadine, when up to that point in the game, the Drake brothers had already murdered more than 100 people.
Uncharted 4 is a pretty damn good game, but let's not pretend it doesn't have narrative discrepancies regarding the story in relation to the gameplay. It does, and pl...
A handheld is a console. :)
Hate? The PSP sold around 80 million units worldwide, which is an insane success for any handheld, especially a non-Nintendo one.
In fact, the PSP is the most successful handheld in history not made by Nintendo, and nothing comes close to it.
Hate? Where? It built a strong brand. Although I would say that Sony ruined it with the Vita. :(
You can't agree or disagree with an opinion if you haven't read it.
I love this website. It was clearly written as proof that people at N4G approve literally anything just based on the title alone, without checking out the actual article.
I guess you mean Second Son and Bloodborne?
Second Son looks pretty good, yes, but I think it doesn't look anywhere near as good as The Order 1886 and Uncharted 4. On the other hand, Second Son is open world, so the lesser graphics are justified, I guess. Still a pretty damn good looking game, regardless.
As for Bloodborne, I don't know. I own it, but I haven't started it yet. Playing Uncharted 4 at the moment. :P
Oh, I for...
Yeah, the visual showcases are The Order 1886 and Uncharted 4. Easily the best looking games on consoles this gen.
As for Gran Turismo, I feel burnt out after GT5, honestly. I didn't even got around to buying GT6 because I was supremely annoyed at the awful, awful navigation issues GT5 had. The game itself was pretty fun, but it was extremely tiring to spend half your "playtime" (sometimes even more!) navigating menus and trying to find suitable cars to buy fo...
*joins you in the minority*
If the handheld has Xbox One levels of power, and if it can synch with multiple game controllers, then by all intents and purposes it's both a home console and a handheld device.
Batman Arkham Knight and Rayman Legends have been on my to-buy list for ages now. Good to see they're now sub-$20, it means I will be able to take the plunge soon. :D
As someone who doesn't care for shooters and bought Wolfenstein for about 10 bucks on Black Friday: Eh, yes.
Wolfenstein is a lot of fun. Its campaign is pretty damn good. Great setpieces, great action, great weapon variety, cool enemies, cool boss fights, and a pretty good story with good cutscenes.
You're entitled to your opinion, of course. Good for you for enjoying PSASBR so much. But you're in the minority. Most people think the Smash series is far superior.
Me? I don't know, I haven't played PSASBR. :P
I loved Mass Effect 3, and it was truly a great game, ending notwithstanding. Also, Dragon Age Inquisition has been met with critical acclaim.
I agree with you about the stupid PR talk, I can't stand it. But that's on EA, not Bioware.
God of War 3 came out in 2010. It still looks ama-fucking-zing.
But yeah, I get what you mean. The majority of realistic looking games from 2010 haven't aged as well as God of War 3. Then again, that was easily the best looking PS3 game (with GoW Ascension and The Last of Us following pretty closely), so, yeah.
Heavy Rain also came out in 2010 and I think it still looks pretty damn good today.
And damn, I can't believe it's...