It sucks when developers do this. I tried to find a reasoning behind squares strategy behind such an early announcement, and couldn't find one. I do have some predictions though. The first being, I don't think this game will release episodically anymore. I predict we will get the full remaster, then they will pull out a sequel or two off of that, ala FFVII2, and 3. My second prediction is that, if this game is this far away, we might not see it on an original PS4 or an Xbox 1. Perhaps...
They showed master chiefs head and a little gears of war 4 in 4K in the beginning. No halo game, which is also a problem. Don't show me Master chiefs head then not give me some Halo action
A little bummed they rolled out the same ol' franchises at first. Halo, GOW, Forza etc.... except for that Japanese, action RPG, they showed, nothing really excited me. I think the problem for Microsoft is going to be the "need" for this rig. I know right now, I don't need it and they didn't make me feel like I had to have it.
Is there a twist? The original night trap was cool when it first came out. It will suck if it is just a re release
Ty for clarification of the laws.
I thought there were retail laws that were supposed to prevent people from "scalping". Or Inwas under the impression that you need some sort of "retail business liscence" to legally sell items like that in mass. If a person has said liscence then so be it, but if not, they should be fined, wiping out their profit and preventing further incidents
I don't care how long it takes, I just hope they don't try and reinvent the wheel with the combat system. Since FFXII, the new direction they've gone with the combat, has left a bad taste in my mouth. Coming off of FFXV, I felt like the game is almost completely out of my control now. Random summons, and high level spells come during scripted events. I miss the back and forth strategy of a turn based system. We all had faith the game would release sooner than later, but who is sur...
I like the hater-aid in his article. Someone has to do it. He uses his critical thinking 101 skills to try and exploit Horizon as a fraud. If you think hard enough, this can be done to all the games he mentions in his article. I hate to admit it, but I do find his articles entertaining and hope he keeps the hate train rolling on future games.
This is going way back in the time machine, but look at a game like the original Metroid. This was a massive game world at the time. Yet it was technically a linear experience by today's standards. I would bet that there was more exploration in that game then there is in some open world games today. In a way, I think there is a balance. At the end of the day, these designs are formulaic. You can have an open world, but are there restrictions as to how you can approach your objectives? The...
I'm surprised he didn't mention Metal Gear Solid V. I thought that game felt empty. You had this huge map with repetitive objectives. There were moments though, that put you in a more linear environment within the open map. Some open world games might benefit from that strategy. I didn't think Metal Gear V sucked. I just didn't understand why they made it open world, when it was fine as a more linear experience in previous titles. I feel open world games can be compared to the...
Lol...To the "Pornhub" troll...Lol
Wondering why a rouge corrupt data thumbnail appeared. It won't delete. It just says "eject disc" but there's no disc in the machine. It doesn't seem to be anything I had saved and everything is running as normal. Hopefully it doesn't screw up anything
Microsoft is in a lose, lose situation. If the Scorpio turns out to be the elite, piece of hardware the company envisions, but doesn't deliver on the original IP's people are expecting, they LOSE! If the Scorpio turns out to be the elite piece of hardware the company envisions and delivers on original gaming, while abandoning the Xbox 1, slim, and 1S. They LOSE! Either way, as a gamer, I will feel duped! The Xbox 1 is a decent piece of hardware that I have owned for 3 years. Up until...
The title is all you need in this article. To long indeed. I said it, when the remake was announced,"you might see FFVII before this console generation is finished." "Chances are, it will carry over to new hardware and we will see a slight delay again". Not unlike FFXV's super long development cycle.
Once I read the typo "Xbox one SET!" I immediately approached this article with a closed mind
I don't understand people who keep saying they can't see a difference? I have a decent 1080 Samsung, games look great on it. My brother in law has a new 4K uhd hdr, samsung. The game looked even better on that. A noticeable difference. I am being told, that the game isn't even running in "real 4K". Then the sky's the limit then. I can't wait for the real UHD machines and games probably coming down the pipe in the next few years.
I was at a relatives house, and he put Horizon on the 4K TV with the PS4 pro, and it looked freaking awesome. A big difference if you ask me
Not sure if you being sarcastic, but I do have a coworker that is into it and says once you get used to the system of utilizing resources around you the game gets really fun. He claims he will see something of a potential weapon and think,"wonder if that will work?"
At the end of the day, Prey is just catering to a very niche audience. I think the demo turned a lot of people off. My consensus is that it's a Love it or hate it type of game.
Why does everyone disagree with us? I concur. I'm sure the game will look great and probably be smooth as hell. The "engine" of this game has been great since the original way back on the PS1. So why the long development cycle? When all we're getting are a few more cars, maybe some new tracks, polished visuals, tight frame rates I'm sure and possibly some work on the physics. I'm just impatient I suppose. Or naive to think this racer will take me to the gaming promis...
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