Just re-release the PS Vita as the PSP 2 with good marketing and a cheap TV dock. There. Done.
It’s simply bad design, which in this case was done on purpose to make Loot Crates look more desirable
80K sounds nice on GlassDoor, but here’s the reality. I only got offered $19/hr to work on Call of Duty Black Ops 2. The reason HR gave me is that I was anticipated to push 60 hours a week, so my offer was lower than normal to make up for the 20+ hours of overtime per week. There is no guarantee of overtime though; it was a BS carrot on a stick offer to ensure aspiring artists make less money than they would working for Costco.
Good! Ban this sh!t as soon as possible, because it’s poisoning the gaming industry.
They're removing it for now, but also admitted that the microtransactions will return, most likely in time for Christmas season and lots of unsuspecting parents buying the game for their kids.
Microsoft really went to town with Xbox One X, especially with the extra bandwidth, 4GB of extra VRAM, and this tidbit: "high frequency API calls are implemented directly into the GPU’s command processor" https://gamingbolt.com/behi...
Rockstar didn't want to pay the extra 2 or 3 bucks for a larger cartridge, and Nintendo didn't want to spend the extra $5 for 64GB of internal storage on the switch. Consumers foot the bill in this case...
I'm in! I'll miss inFamous, but this looks incredible.
Arkard is right. I save $12 per game, and even on used or discount titles. FFXII: Zodiac Age was on sale for Gamers Club members for $27 last week.
"If it doesn't have a loot box system, then it's interfering with loot box sales."
We had two Leads leave within weeks of each other, right when things were actually looking up. One or two people leaving often has little to do with the health of a project or company. I don't see how a personal decision to migrate to another studio is newsworthy.
Games are dirt cheap compared to the 90's. Considering the US dollar has lost its value by about 50%, it makes sense that "season passes" bring the total retail price of a game up to $100~120. Is it just me, or were old games a lot shorter as well?
It's the same damn 500 polygon characters??? Just buy it for PS3.
While Sony blocks 4K Blu-rays and charges $15 to play each PS2 game at 1080p, Microsoft supports 4K Blu-ray out of the box and makes it possible to play not just OG Xbox, but Xbox 360 games at close to 4K resolution for FREE. Why do I get the sense that Xbox One X is a lot better than journalists have given Microsoft credit for?
I'm a PS4 and PS3 owner who skipped out on the 360 and Xbox One. But this is an insane level of emulation AND improvement. I didn't realize the Xbox One X was able to play 360 games and original Xbox games. Even at $500, that's a hell of a deal being able to play 3 generations worth of titles so long as you have the game disc. And that's easy enough considering we have Ebay.
The fact that it’s not a console is already a bad sign. They claim it’s a gaming machine, but I don’t see the incentive for developers to develop anything significant for this low power PC. We haven’t even seen one Ataribox in action, so I call BS on a 2018 launch.
Sony cheaped out HARD with the PS4 pro. It’s obvious now that the 50% boost in RAM on Xbox wasn’t just for marketing.
Jeez, EA mismanages yet another developer? Who's next, D.I.C.E.?
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