People love putting blame on everything or everyone else except themselves. Video games are easy targets for this. Parents have been using them to cover up for their failures.quite often. Feminists have been using them to create "controversies" out of nothing to promote their agenda. And I believe a significant portion of the gamers use it to hide from reality when they feel vulnerable or want to live in denial.
Games are just like any other lifeless entity. They ...
Here's to hoping we get another great game when it comes out.
A lot of the "less-popular" PC games are sold in India for somewhere between $10 to $20. The most popular and big-name ones are sold for $30+.
Exactly. In fact, I'd say a girl usually gets better treatment in online games and such compared to the average guy. There was an opinion piece posted on this site about 5 years ago or so that perfectly outlined how guys actually get more verbal abuse and harassment in online gaming compared to girls. Of course, as usual, it gets shoved aside and ignored because it failed to comply with the usual "feminist" standards as it apparently didn't ...
Most people want the maximum amount of reward possible for the least amount of effort. This young lady saw a short-cut to having a large viewer base, and she took it. Now she's decided to go a different route. Why is this supposedly a big deal to some?
Pretend its the year 2007 and think of Fallout 4 as COD4 and The Witcher 3 as the original Crysis, but with a more interesting storyline.
No idea. But be sure to check out the first free DLC - Beer Gut Pack.
2015 game looks better than 2008 game. OMG! What a BIG surprise!
Best? Definitely 2. However I've never had a more enjoyable first couple of hours than the First Game, since it was the new "thing" at the time. And even though Black Flag felt pretty solid, I was beginning to get tired of AC games by the time it released and it kind of affected my experience of the game.
People just see the graphics in the original Crysis and think that's all there is to it. It was so much more than that. You want to see "all flash and no substance"? Check out Crysis 2 and 3. Thanks, EA, for turning a potentially great exclusive series into a buggy, boring mess of a multiplat.
Uhh...no. Compare the very first screens. Look at the PS4 trees closely. They already start to lose their sharpness from the 3rd tree ahead. And the water too, in fact, while being less obvious than the tress. If you just take a quick glance at them the differences are minimal, I agree. Its once you go into the details that they start to become obvious.
Translation - "Yeah once we've exhausted console interest in the game completely, we'll put a fancy new label to it, add some shitty unnecessary content to it and bring it to your PC to raise interest again so that the blind cattle who bought it on consoles will buy the same game for their PCs for the same price. E-Z money."
Why? So the slow rated CBs can easily catch up with the speedster forwards all over again? 'Cause that's realistic too? I mean if there's no discernable difference even between an 80 rated sprinter and a 90 rated one then what the hell is the point? Long lobbed/through balls are part of the real life game. Speed is no longer a luxury. It is a necessity. If you don't know how to deal with it, play some other game.
Paid subscription AND cash shop? That itself is enough to warrant a thumbs down, nevermind the dated visuals and lackluster gameplay.
I can't believe I used to think FPS was the best genre. Now I can't stand them anymore, and I wouldn't touch them with a ten-foot pole. I'm just so f**king tired of generic arcade shooters.
Yes. Made by the critically acclaimed Uwe Boll. The next Speilberg. NOT.
Have used both AMD and Nvidia. AMD "looks" good on paper, due to lower-pricing, etc. Reliability and performance-wise, I personally prefer Nvidia. I've had it with AMD and their poor support drivers.
I hope they put another chiller level like they did in the last game's "The Cradle" mission. That was bone-chillingly creepy. I love it.
PC innovation suffered more from your s**ty ports and half-a**ed games in general.
I just hope the reason it took so long after the development announcement is that they wanted to make sure it's in tip-top shape for release. But I'm not holding my breath.
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