@DARKKENT: "unlike you my feelings don't get hurt over a console... Which is why i can criticize.. If you don't like me criticizing your beloved 'yes beloved' sony do i looklike i care? Its your problem being so invested in a company that you can't bear to hear any criticism.."
Feelings have nothing to do with it. You're a bandwagon hater. Meaning, all you did was look for a reason to jump on Sony because you don't like them and just want...
@Perjoss: Truth is, that's always been true only today it's more publicized. Offense is a choice yet so many think it's a reaction.
Yeah it is. Look, there's always going to be discussions about definitions but we can also look at history.
A Triple A game as defined by the industry is a game made with 3 requirements and must meet all 3 requirements to be AAA.
1. Large Development Budget: The problem with this is that "large" is never clearly defined. Most tend to stick it at starting at $20 million though.
2. Large marketing campaign: Again, not clearly de...
@DARKKENT: Your opinion isn't worthless because you disagree. It's worthless because of... "criticizing your beloved Sony." That statement is why. It shows your clear bias and is all the proof anyone needs to immediately disregard anything you have to say because you're just looking for reasons to jump on a hate bandwagon. Next...
When looking at our exchange, you are clearly the emotional one going on and on, so I think if anyone's nerves have been...
@DARKKENT: "criticizing your beloved Sony."
Pretty much says everything anyone needs to know about you and thus renders your opinion worthless.
Still waiting for you to explain what, beyond pulling funding and thus cancelling SFV altogether, you expected Sony to do about an IP they have no control over. Just because SFV is exclusive to PS4 doesn't mean Sony can dictate anything. It means they have certain responsibilities and certain benefts bu...
@DARKKENT: You seem to be missing the point. Street Fighter is Capcom's IP. Sony's funding doesn't give them any say in what Capcom does with their THEIR PROPERTY!
The absolute most Sony can do is pull funding and sue Capcom for money already spent, nothing more. So again, how do you want Sony to force Capcom to do somdthing when Sony doesn't have any legal right to do so? The only end result that would happen is no Street Fighter V. Explain what Sony could do...
@DARKKENT: Funding a game is not the same as developing it. It's Capcom's IP, what was Sony supposed to do when Capcom decided to release an unfinished game? They have no control over the IP and if they pulled funding then there wouldn't be a SFV to b*tch about. Curious to know how you think Sony is to blame and what they could have done.
What I find mildly amusing is the fact that Johnny Cage was supposed to be modeled after Jean-Claude Van Damme but wasn't, so with him playing as Guile we get to see what Johnny Cage would have looked like in MK1.
Now Johnny looks like a Greaser from Fallout 4.
@Omnisonne: Don't have to play the DLC to know that mods the PC community can do better than Bethesda (robot companion, additional settlement items), and provide free of charge are not worth more than $2. That's basic common sense. Far Harbor is $25 for a Nick Valentine quest in Maine and additional faction quests and sidequests, likely radiant quests. The price is reflective of the map size alone. Far Harbor provides nothing that could not have been added to the base map. It's no...
The content is not worth more than $30. The robot companion pack and the additional settlement crap are $2 at the most. The expansion DLC is supposedly larger in size than any past expansion, but I'll bet that's only in map size and the expansion suffers from the same bland story telling as the main game.
@EDMIX: Wow, how much are you selling that book for? Ok, so while Fox is incorrect that Bethesda are not actually forcing anything, here are some key points to know.
1. None of the DLC is story related. The one releasing in May is in Maine and while it does have Faction Quests, FO4's story is about the Sole Survivor finding Shaun, a task you perform in the main game with no ambiguity or room for opening it up in unexpected ways. FO4's main story is blander than Skyrim...
Agreed. As I said above, they used tested the engine for FO4 by porting Skyrim to Xbox One so it's pretty much half done. Then Pete Hines told everyone not to get their hopes up for a Skyrim re-release. Personally speaking, TES has a better story than Fallout.
Yeah, people who've already spent a minimum of $350 on a console should just go out and spend a minimum of $650 on a PC for one game. Makes total sense if you care that much about graphics but don't have the intelligence to manage finances logically.
As would I, especially since they ported Skyrim's Engine to Xbox One in order to test it for Fallout 4 so they can easily re-release an updated, smoother Skyrim to current consoles.
AC1 is my personal favourite and I played it at launch. While the game is indeed repetitive, and once you get counter it's easy mode, no other AC game has the spirit of the franchise like AC1. Altair remains the only true Assassin of the series in my opinion. He got to where he was by being a professional and after falling from grace, showed the world what a true Assassin is capable of by reclaiming his honor and going on to reshape the Assassins in ways that our last him by centuries. Th...
Another point. No matter what Nintendo says, it's factually inaccurate that Link is merely a stand in for the player. In both the overall franchise, and in each specific game, Link has a backstory and clearly has HIS own personality.
To compare, look at The Elder Scrolls games. In those games you literally create your character. The last 3 games all have opening sequences in the first person perspective right up until character creation. In effect you are the protagonist...
It's very telling that the solution identity politics always comes up with is the usurpation of establshed ideas and characters rather than the creation of new ones. You don't want your own stuff, you want what someone else is enjoying instead.
That's why gender and identity ideologues are no better than a toddler throwing a tantrum because their older sibling has a toy and, even though they can have a toy too, they "want that one."
@EDMIX: It's not difficult to subtract numbers and find totals. Here's how easy it is.
Gamestop orders 100 PS4's
Sony ships them.
A month later Sony calls up and asks how many are left.
Gamestop says 25
75 consoles have been purchased at that Gamestop.
The idea that sell through numbers are difficult to track assumes that both console makers, and retail stores, only keep loose t...
Yes you do. The better selling console gets more third party support thus more games overall.