I feel bad for Phil Fish. Last time when he "exited" the game industry, gamers were taking the side of a stuck-up journalist - a journalist! - and Fish got tens of thousands of hateful Tweets and emails and comments.
You tell me: does that make you want to make videogames?
Wii-U will be a great niche console. I've been harsh on the system in the past (feel free to check my post history) but I'm very pleased with it since I picked it up earlier this year. Plenty of really fantastic titles available on it.
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This is, hands down, the most fantastic thing I've ever seen on the website. Not only did it keep me clicking back to the site to check for new prizes, but to be perfectly honest I was most thrilled to see a new game highlighted every day. Most "real" (i.e. IGN, Joystiq, etc) videogame sites don't highlight even HALF this number of indie games in a given month.
Oh man. This game looks so sweet. The dev obviously have a legacy of top-notch quality. Can't wait!
Looks like that "unparalleled partnership" between Microsoft and EA continues...
Seems like a neat way to catch up on the EA backlog, but I don't see how this is superior to Gamefly or PS+
I sincerely hope, however, that this isn't the wave of the future. Imagine EA Access, Activision Access, CAPCOM access, etc. and then those companies start adding in exclusive content only available through their Access subscriptions. PS+ already does thi...
It's one of the best games of all time, according to some. Why is that a "sad" thing?
I've had my eye on this game since it was very first announced. It looks right up my alley.
The action looks quite fun, and since the levels are procedurally generated it'll add some replayability, I hope. Seems like something I'd pick up and play for 20 minutes, enjoy myself, and then put it back down. Nothing wrong with that.
Considering all of the remasters already out as well as the ones on the way, what exactly is wrong with a remaster? The PS4 version is objectively superior to the PS3 version in every technical aspect by a fairly wide margin, the 60 FPS only being one part of the picture.
Nothing wrong with wanting to maximize sales of the game and maximize potential sales of the eventual Last of Us 2, which will be coming out on PS4 some time down the road.
I swear, some pe...
Seems like an interesting concept. I hope they can pull it off.
Sounds like an interesting dev. I especially like to hear "We will respect their time, creativity and curiosity"
The art style for this game is definitely interesting.
"If Xbox One can’t outsell PS4 this holiday season, it probably never will"
This title sounds like one of those "Chalkboard quotes" like "Titanfall will save the X1" crossed off a chalkboard. This upcoming gen is decided. Microsoft already made that certain with their behavior last year. The fact that people are discussing how Microsoft might, maybe, somehow catch up in the US (not the world) is very telling.
This game is really cool-looking. Enjoyed it quite a bit thus far but I haven't tried Dragonfall yet
Seems like a very well-planned game more in the same vein as CS or older BF titles
This game is really quite fantastic. I only have the original game (not Dragonfall) but I feel like it's a great revival for the source material (which is super neat).
Played this on Steam. At first glance I was like "Oh, okay, so it's a Terraria clone with nicer graphics". That isn't a bad thing, of course, but when I got it on Steam I was pleasantly surprised. Game definitely sets itself apart.
Game would be great to play on my North America/US PSN/Vita account (wink to the contest criteria)
Ernesto RPG looks sweet, kind of a Rogue game.
I saw a thread for this game sometime around E3. It definitely caught my attention. Here's hoping the devs find success.
3rd party support is a strawman argument. Wii won without much of it. Wii-U actually has more of it. Off the top of my head: it's gotten both CoD games since it launched, both AssCreed games since it launched, best version of Arkham City, best version of Deus Ex, Wonderful 101 (and upcoming Bayonetta 1&2). Plus a glut of indies. I'd say the WIi U actually has more "hardcore" 3rd party support than the Wii had.
But to the topic, the Wii-U and PS3 are not...