@leeroythe3rd see if the one x was a next gen console then I could understand it's price but as a mid gen upgrade (because that's what it is) no it's overpriced.
Not really the iphone is simply over priced....
I mean having played it I'd say destiny 2 is what destiny one should have been. The first is more a "what works well" test. As for enemies in levels you dint really notice tbh the gameplay is so fun and AI smart and dynamic enough that each encounter will play out quite didferently only the terrain/objective will remain the same.
Been playing it since midday Tuesday no issues whatsoever. Was on it all day yesterday and again no problem...
If as seems likely those missions have cutscenes and a proper storyline and are longer than destiny's missions and are more varied rather than the awful copy a bed paste of go he re shoot this defend the ghost whilst it scans something of the first destiny then it will be a massive improvement.
In have a video 6 ways to play destiny 2 solo. Go watch it, is my advice.
But I thought mouse and keyboard was meant to be so superior? So surely this just levels the playing field and gives them no actual advantage.....
Hahahahaha i feel sorry for anyone hoping for more from them. And actually expecting exclusives. Infact, based on their track record I reckon all new titles are being aimed at next gen and will run on one x when the next gen releases. Which I reckon they will push first as they did after xbox/ps2 era.
Yep, received mine yesterday. Finished it this morning. Not much to spoil really. Only like a couple of potential 'big' spoilers I think. I mean they've shown a significant chunk of the game in gameplay demos and recent trailers. Too much imo. If anyone is wondering I think it's about 8 hours long, ten chapters.
Out of interest what are MS's rules?
They sell consoles to people wanting to play with friends. Infact it's a big factor in particular for people deciding to switch console apparently.
@kun_adr because market is saturated atm. Another console just splits existing market shares, likely the entrenched companies would be safe and a new entry would struggle to claw user base off them.
@mouldy Sony don't really consider themselves in competition with PC. They've said this before. The pro was to offer an alternative for customers moving to PC only but in reality it was primarily aimed at 4k TV owners.
@mouldy that was specific to games with user generated content.... Clearly Sony had concerns about lack of control over moderation and I guess most likely potential lawsuits from a parent if content that shouldn't be there was missed. @ganstared their security concerns may be specific to xbl for all we know if they exist. There are definitely differences between the console networks and PC ones. I could well be something like the specific way xbl accesses psn and/or the precense ...
@gangstared because people often buy a console to play with friends aswell. If their friends bought a ps4 it's a purchasing factor to be able to play with them.
I seem to recall the reason for no ps4 cross play was Microsoft wanted all cross play titles to be using xbl. Requiring ps4 players to sign up to and into xbl at least it was the requirement on a few titles. This is why Sony said no and have continued to allow pc-ps4 cross play on a number of titles.
It's quite simple, Microsoft want players to have to use xbl for cross play titles. So for minecraft and others including this I presume they want ps4 players using xbl.
Yeah it did. Now there's a joke.
Usa gets it 22nd August. What are you on about?
It's pretty clear that's exactly what is going on here. Clickbaiting. With a title like that how can it be anything else. Also whatever his views on the games representation of psychosis. It's from the afflicted persons perspective. It had the assistance of leading neuroscientist and psychologists aswell as people who had suffered from the condition who recounted their experiences and gave feedback on how to improve the representation within the game. Also he se...
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