Well, considering Sony wouldn't want to release two zombie games in one year (Days Gone/The Last of Us 2), this would make perfect sense to release one in 2017 and one in 2018. Plus , 2017 is already going to be a huge year for Sony with the possibility of Horizon, Gran Turismo Sport, Spiderman, Days Gone, God of War, Detroit: Become Human, HellBlade, et ecetra
@Concertoine: They didn't even say Dead Rising 4 is exclusive though?
That and I doubt Rockstar would be releasing two games (Mafia 3 being the other game) in one year anyways.
Yes, but considering a lot of companies don't announce sales figures, we can only get estimates from what we do know. So, lets see.. current available information comes from EA which states that: '20% of all Xbox/PS4 sales are digital' ( http://www.examiner.com/art... ) So, by taking said information and assuming that'd be ro...
@The_Infected: I have no doubt that it's a great game (just haven't played it myself yet), just think that it deserves credit where credit is due. It's a fact that Ark is the best selling game and anyone can verify that by going here: http://store.xbox.com/en-US...
Except the fact that the site left out Ark: Survival Evolved, which is actually the best selling game.
Exactly and considering its a new studio, they're going to need to get funding from somewhere.
Thing thing is though, all these games were cheaper on BF.
Exactly, its one thing to add microtransactions to a game they not only stated they wouldn't add them to, but they actually thought making those microtransactions boost your stats was a good idea? How in their right minds did they come to that conclusion? I just don't get it at all and it's definitely lost them a lot of respect.
Same here. Hopefully they do update the engine and gameplay a bit this time. That'd be nice.
Actually quite a few games have been discounted before launch on Amazon this fall, including but not limited to Halo 5, Fallout 4, Rise of the Tomb Raider and Star Wars Battlefront for $49.99 each for Prime members if preordered. That and quite a few people like Best Buys GCU program which gets them 20% off on new games as well. That and a few years back it was very common to get $10-$20 gift cards when games were preordered.
CryptXSh0ck is absolutely correct. I should have mentioned that in my original posting, sorry.
Glad I could help spread it around, but not my handy work though. It originated from Deader2818 on the cheapassgamer forums, so he deserves your true thanks though :)
Or just use this list for all the best BF deals: https://docs.google.com/spr...
Definitely always a possibility, especially considering Mass Effect 3 was also delayed from its original fall 2011 release date to March 2012. It will be over 4 years since Mass Effect 3, if Mass Effect Andromeda does release next Fall, so that might be enough time for them though, considering Mass Effect 3 only had a little over 2 years from Mass Effect 2.
Actually, the official E3 2015 trailer states Holiday 2016.
Actually, if you watch the official Mass Effect Andromeda E3 2015 trailer over on Mass Effects official Youtube channel, it does in fact say Holiday 2016. SO there's a very good chance actually. https://www.youtube.com/wat...
And if you haven't picked it up already, you might as well wait another month for black friday, because I'm sure this game will be like $20 then.
Dude tell me about it. I plan on getting Fallout 4 on PS4, because i play all my third party games on there and buying a halo 5 Xbox One to play the exclusive games on there, but if they have an amazing Fallout 4 Xbox One, imma have to get that instead
Why not? You're so keen on justifying calling them desperate right? What's really so desperate about this video? It's just a few random quotes from critics and fans alike. There's nothing wrong with that. At least they're up front and say "Fans and critics have spoken." Honestly, make your own decision, a trailer like this should never make it for you anyways. Go watch some gameplay footage on Youtube or watch a livestream, if you like what you s...
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