@jstark: I can. See, console games can be bought, used, sold, reused, and resold by the user. PC games can't. Buy a PC game and you can't sell it. Simple ownership means doing whatever you want with a game when you don't want it anymore.
Final Fantasy stopped being FF when the theme choices moved away from Fantasy. The last Fantasy FF game in the main series was FFXII and that was just barely and wedged between FFX which had small fantasy elements, and FFXIII which had none.
So I don't even think FF has a style anymore. It's so far removed from what Sakaguchi made that the only reason the name stays is for brand recognition sales and nostalgia.
Here's an idea franwex, come up with a completely original, never been done before in any way shape or form, idea. I'll wait.
Because lesbian and bisexual women hate seeing any sexual acts involving women and the portrayal of said should only be created by prepubescent boys or else it's pathetic... right?
Lol, I like how I explain that there are bad options, then the goal post is moved.
Want an example of too many options as a negative? Play any Level 5 game. Let's start with, oh, Rogue Galaxy. That game has a weapon fusion system whereby you can fuse two weapons of the same type into one better weapon. You know how many options there are? Over 500 combinations. And guess what, you don't need any of them. You can be OP to face the end game with a standard, run of the...
It is between Bloodborne and Dark Souls. Not as fast as BB, and set in a Fantasy setting as opposed to a Victorian, but it will have a lot more customization than Bloodborne and a lot more variety. The main difference in gameplay terms will be in the i-frames so if you're used to a lot of invincibility when dodging, get used to that being reduced. Also, shileds and ultra greatswords. Basically DaS3 is more methodical. You should like it.
After how bad Dark Souls 2 was....
Well you know the rest.
Oh really? Ok, so let's say you and your family are kidnapped. The kidnappers give you 2 options. You have to choose who dies when their demands aren't met, or they get to choose for you, but you will be forced to watch and be the last person killed. Which option is good?
Not related to games? Ok, new scenario.
A dev has created a new way of gouging consumers in games. They offer you the option of submitting to their greedy practices, or offer you a c...
@LCEVans: Have you heard of Steam Greenlight? Have you watched the countless videos of terrible Early Access games on youtube? Particularly Jim Sterling's videos? That market experience.
Steam Greenlight proves that "options" aren't always good.
Sometimes it does. There are such things as bad options you know. Simply having options is not always a good thing.
You mean I'd get to pay lower than retail for a game that, based on current market experience, would likely be trash, all while paying it's dev to play an unfinished product they have no real ability to finish without my money and feedback? YAY!!! /s
@UltraNova: SE's most recent exclusivity deals with Sony (Nier 2, FFVIIR amng others) are probably what Sony got as compensation, else money would have to be paid out to get out of the contract. Or, who knows, SE might turn on the douche and suddenly announce FFXV as a timed exclusive for PS4, or exclusive DLC.
See, this is how an article about these things should be written. Not a "*insert number here* features the *insert console here* desperately needs" piece, but just a "we're annoyed by the lack of these features" piece.
@DarkOcelot: You don't owe anyone an explanation or need to back away from what you submit.
The site is made around the approve/report system for submissions. If people don't like or don't want this kind of stuff on the site, then they can report it for legitimate reasons such as if it has nothing to do with games.
That people are prudes, or children who like to complain about puritanical tripe is not a legitimate reason. But, they too have option...
I wonder what the read speed on eternity is. Dat space tho.
Triple post. Told you N4G on mobile sucks.
Double post, N4G on mobile sucks.