@Hitman0769 - Are you just naive or do you guys live together or something?
If you know anything about User Experience and Usability design you'd prefer the Xbox interface.
"The old Dashboard was so much better. Now it's all Avatar/kid-friendly." Press the guide button and up comes the old menu.
Hot Pursuit and Shift 2 are two of the best NFS games we've had in years so I don't see the problem.
Looks really good.
I don't care about Nolan. As long as it has Mike Patton. That's what matters.
I f*ckin' love assets!
@M4I0N3 - Potatoes are great as assets to beef and pork. Not so much for recording off-screen footage of Rage though. Everything has its limitations.
Constructing? More like throwing things together.
Filmed with a potato...
I won last years E3. True story. Got a gold medal and a trip to Hawaii.
Yeah? Well, I REALLY R.E.A.L.L.Y look forward to this game. R-E-A-L-L-Y want it. NOW...
I'm taking pictures of myself, eating a hamburger.
Wouldn't it be more interesting to ask what games the person plays or check where the achievements come from. If it's all Barbie Horse Adventures and Kinectimals I wouldn't want that person involved in a racing game.
Tinfoil hats are the new black.
I haven't played Demon's Souls but I'm really hyped about this game. I love their approach in making the game unforgiving in a sado 8-bit way. Unless it provokes suicidal thoughts, like Trojan for NES did back in the day.
Exactly what is a "hardcore gamer"?
The first thing that comes to my mind is someone who plays games like Counterstrike and Starcraft 2 competitively, with a mouse that has retractable weights in it.
When it comes to consoles I see the harcore gamer as someone who likes challenging games, wether it be Demon's Souls, Super Meat Boy or Super Mario Galaxy 2. Sure, SMG 2 has an easy learning curve (a good one) but getting all the stars requires skil...
Releasing a subtle teaser and telling us they use advanced motion capture tech is not "claiming to be the greatest game since sliced bread".
I have a love/hate relationship to the Hitman series. I love the settings/characters but I hate the trial and error gameplay. At the same time I wouldn't want it to be like the last Splinter Cell game - streamlined to death.
Anyone who's played Flatout knows what to expect. I have faith in Bugbear delivering a great game, wether it's called Ridge Racer or Flatout doesn't matter.
Don't believe everything you read/hear.
Original title: "Sony to give first year assessment of 3D gaming on the PS3"
N4G modified title: "Sony To Consider the Success of 3D Gaming on the PS3"