I didn't know G4 was more anywhere.
@Silly gameAr So challenge and sales are the deciding factor in what makes a good racing game?
Yeah, I don't miss the days of buying like 8-10 games over a 2-3 month span. Spread it out.
Oh that's reassuring. I was worried they were sitting around doing nothing.
It'd be amazing if it was worse now than it was at launch.
It isn't the manufacturer's fault there's a lack of content. Also, prices are not high at all unless you want a nice one. Which is usually how it is with electronics.
Can they add a Saints Row game in there too?
More likely the minor processor upgrade isn't capable of pushing much more frames per second. Better to be locked at 30 than jumping all around 40-50.
Yeah, with most people not having 4k, using some extra power for faster, or at least more stable, framerates is greatly appreciated.
"Yup, this was a misquote. We're running sub 60 FPS at 4K and we'll probably always be unless we drop livetrack and a host of other things... We'll probably upscale from something very reasonable."
I'll take more tracks over more cars.
Ok, you come up with an original idea for a story. See how well that goes. Take some time and think about all the movies that come out and then work out how many of them are actually original. Besides, it was based off a PS3 tech demo. People loved the concept so much and wanted it made in to a full game, so he did.
You either die a hero, or live long enough to become the villain.
That's why they have the most tracks of any console racer and include a wide variety of cars to use, like classic race cars of all sorts, rally, and go-karts of different levels. Sure the total car count pales in comparison to Forza 7, but new tracks and racing styles interest me more than having a bunch of cars that are pretty similar to each other.
The platinum is pretty easy. By the time you finish the game you may just need to wrap up a few collectibles.
Using this logic, Gangnam Style is the best song ever.
Fans want a more powerful Xbox One? OK, we can do that. Fans want more games? Whoa, whoa, whoa! Let's be realistic here. What do they think we are? A software company?
"I know what people want, but what people want isn't making us the most money possible, so we're going to keep making what we think will make us the most money."
Over the years, I've been disappointed with the games available for Xbox One. Today, I started to think maybe I shouldn't even bother buying the next Xbox. Just a few months ago I had still planned on buying Scorpio. Congratulations Phil.
It's the same shit that Hollywood does. Something new comes along and everyone wants to copy it. Then some of them start bombing and they go all, "Gee, well I guess people don't want those kinds of movies anymore." No, the movie bombed because it sucked. You make good games, people buy them.
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