I sold my Xbox S to buy a PS4 pro, just for this game. I have no regrets, God of War is awesome.
I find the son more of like an option, or a familiar because you can use him to attack and distract enemies. It adds to the strategy when fighting more difficult beasts. Having read the article, the author actually commends Sony Santa Monica for how the NPC is used here. This isn’t somebody trolling but giving props to the developer for being creative and clever with the NPC.
I agree. My niece has an old Dreamcast. After an hour of Shenmue, I was done! After being happy and nostalgic, I thought the same thing, “this game hasn’t aged well. It is so slow and empty. To usher in shenmue 3, they may have been better off remaking these two games.
I wonder if Sony will Demonstrate new technology their working with but not call it PS5 yet. My hope and dream is that they will announce a PS4 Pro price drop and a possible redesign of the unit.
Truly that’s an awesome idea. Better then some of the crap they’re trying to do
I would hope for a PS4 pro price drop
I was working at electronics boutique.I took it Home, thinking it was going to suck. So did everyone else I worked with. The next night, I couldn’t stop talking about it. They all laughed at me and told me I had the worst taste in games. Then the phenomenon happened. After about a week, hundreds of people were looking for it. We couldn’t keep the damn game in stock. Some customers didn’t even know what they were asking for. Mothers were coming in for their kids, “Do you have that Grand Car ga...
It’s about time they remade this
I just had an accident in my pants
I concur. This will have to be a next generation game. Which will delay it again
Yup it is!
Project Red still bringing it!
No matter. The visual gap between the X and the PS4 pro is still close. Exclusive games are still going to be the deciding factor this generation. The Xbox X seems pretty impressive under the hood and I can’t wait to get my hands on one. Just not right away. If this is considered current gen tech, then I can’t imagine what next gen tech is going to be like. This means the PS5 is going to probably double everything the Xbox X has and more, completely mopping the floor with the Xbox once again....
I never like side by side screenshots on a website. have to see with my own eyes. So many things it depends on. If you play an Xbox one x on a low end uhd tv, it’s not going to look as good as a ps 4 pro on a high end tv. There doesn’t seem to be a huge discrepancy in graphical quality from the screenshots to make me say, “ holy cow!”.. Both consoles seem to bring it.
Wow! The 2017 holiday game lineup is looking strong.
That was dumb
F**k! Why! They spend years on this game! Just to update the graphics! It is still blah!
Depends as to whether or not MS continues to support the original Xbox 1 down the road. If they eventually abandoned it and only make games on the Xbox one S and the X, then it will be some sort of next gen console
For what it’s worth, I own an original Xbox 1 and a ps 4. I’m getting a new tv in a couple of weeks. I decided to get the Xbox one x when it comes out because it has the 4K player built in and it can play games. $500 doesn’t seem that unreasonable right now. I do agree with UltraNova though. Microsoft is trying its best to bury the original Xbox 1. I wouldn’t be surprised if at some point, games are released that work with the Xbox 1 X and not the original.
I understand the reasoning behind comparing these two games. The diamond in the rough however, is Project Cars 2. There is something about that game to me that trumps Forza 7. There is a fun factor to Project Cars that Forza lacks. Maybe I’m bored of the Forza franchise, I’m not sure. I have already read enough about GT Sport, to know, that there is no need to purchase it if you already have PC2 on your PS4. I feel like the Forza vs. GT sport battle is undermining the best racer this year, wh...
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