This game looks interesting. I'll give it a try
I don't think we will be seeing a high end Polaris GPU this year unfortunately.
Requirements does not make any sense.
Minimum 6 GB RAM and recommended 16 GB RAM. This is highly unusual as I have never seen memory requirements jump this much from low to high.
Another thing that does not make any sense is the GPU requirements.
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What visible gains can we expect to see from the overclocking of the PSX CPU?
Its really great to hear that they bought back the rights back from Sony. I remember seeing this game a few years ago and it really caught by attention, however, I was not interested in buying a PS4 just to play it. Now there is hope that it will come to my platform of choice.
Why not just support the windows store and demand certain changes a the same time. The points made in the article are valid, however, none of the drawbacks breaks or makes you unable to play the game and can be fixed in a future update. If supporting the windows store encourages Microsoft to release Xbox One games on PC then I think the lack of features are a minor inconvenience.
These requirements are beyond ridiculous. These are my specs: Graphics Chipset - AMD Radeon (TM) R9 380 Series Memory Size - 4096 MB Memory Type - GDDR5 Core Clock - 1010 MHz Windows Version - Windows 7 (Service Pack 1) System Memory - 8 GB CPU Type - Intel(R) Core(TM) i5-4690K CPU @ 3.50GHz I can still play this game if I upgrade to windows 10, however, it seems like the era of the budget dual core PC has ended...
Still waiting for a virtual mmorpg.
All I want for Black Friday is a new GPU for my PC.
I'm am thankful for all the good luck and all the new things I have learnt this year. I am also thankful for sites like N4G that makes it easier to follow up on the news related to my number one hobby.
There is no way Nintendo will price their console at $400 when the competition is at $350 especially since their console is more family friendly than the others. $300 actually makes sense since it will be at least $50 cheaper than the competition and will give them the price advantage they have had all these years.
Sega wants to sell the licence to other publishers outside of Japan. Also PSO2 is not the sequal that we deserve as fans. Even though the game is more fast paced than the older PSO games, the types of weapons to select from and the paywall behind key mechanics such as trading and selling loot is terrible.
I personally have nothing against a turn based battle system. IMO a real time battle system will lessen the strategical approach to combat and lean more towards hack and slash button mashing gameplay mechanics. I've played a few turn based battle games recently and I enjoyed them just as much as I enjoyed the ones from 15 years ago.(Child of light, Brave Frontier, etc) There is also the issue with the story, character dialogue and acting. Who ever has been writing those c...
What would make me happy is price cuts across all Playstation products. I would also like to see big announcements of upcoming titles from all their studios including Naughty Dog. I don't want to see titles that are supposed to be multiplatform turn exclusive. New PS4 system features that will make us feel satisfied. No small increments. Sony knows what we want so please deliver and make it rain.
if by that you mean making it possible to see your opponent's ki and stamina bar then I agree
These are really good.
I'm not sure why any sane gamer would disagree with you. Microsft has Halo 5 and Tomb Raider coming this fall while Sony has nothing in the same tier as those two games. If I was in the store trying to decide between which of the two consoles would entertain me the most over the Holiday season, it would easily be the Xbox One. Sony needs to do allot better than what they are doing and get more serious about supplying high quality games if they want to remain competitive. Also like you sai...
its a shame this is an xbox exclusive. It seems that indie games are the ones that are most creative nowadays and I hope we can see games of similar quality if not better in the future available on all platforms.
I would have given it a 3/5 for the following problems. The game does not come with a training mode which makes players who are not familiar with the tenkaichi battle system like myself have a hard time adapting and because of this I had a very hard time passing the powered up saibamen in the early part of the game. Like the tenkaichi series, it does not have a good tutorial like Budokai 3 and expects you to remember the entire move set at once then throws you into a battle ...
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