I know it's fun taking a stab at Kinect (I personally don't like it either, mostly because I have yet seen a game that really showed me it's great for gaming), but that can be true for anything really, devs focusing on too many different input methods or options can effect a game sometimes. They either work on making the game an overall better experience or make Move/Kinect/or whatnot work with their game. I definitely love options, but I would take a more polished full fledged ex...
Nope, it'll be available sometime next year
It's also for PC and it was chosen for the Wii U platform because it's a spiritual successor to Eternal Darkness, which was a Gamecube exclusive. It would also come to PS4 if an unknown stretch goal was met.
Except the fact that they'll still be releasing patches for the PC version even once the PS3 version releases, thus exists the problem
You do realize that Naughty Dog consists of two dev teams, thus they can make two games, releasing a game every year. So, an announcement of Uncharted 4 in December would be a perfect time for them to announce itand release it the following year.
He thinks 1 billion on games equals best thing ever. What does that even entail anyways? They could be including marketing in that figure for all we know.
Sony has 30 PS4 titles in development for the PS4, 12 of which are new ips and 20 of those games are coming out within the first year... Meanwhile, Microsoft has half the amount of titles in development with 8 of them being new ips. Just because Microsoft stated how much they were spending on games mean nothing, because i'm quite sure Sony is spending more anyways. Not having a always on Kinect, not having to sign online every 24 hours, no DRM are just some features Sony has over Xbone. ...
EA definitely has a grand opportunity to turn things around following their great conference, so I hope they do. Even Plants Vs. Zombies looks like great fun!
The same week as the Next Gen Xbox unveiling... Hmm.
It doesn't make sense from a business stand point though, releasing it around the time of the launch of the PS4 for the PS3 would hurt PS4 sales. The games a system seller, so what better way to sell the PS4 then making it available for the PS4 sooner than GT5 for the PS3 was released. Like a year or two at most. Just make a PS Vita game to also sell that system right now, because they're both in different markets. I understand the potential amount of sales they could...
I hoping that they use the evil ending for the basis of multiplayer, if there is a multiplayer that is. That would be a great way to use both endings.
If next gen CoDs are running on the outdated Quake engine, than I won't buy another one at all, even if I usually pick them up to just have a quick pick up and play game with friends... CoD is really going to have to do something special to get me to buy yet another one.
A lot of people are going to just brush this off by saying Darksiders is dead as a franchise now and such, without giving them a chance. It's better than EA or Activision getting it by far. While Nordic Games doesn't have an amazing track record, I think they have the potential to continue the franchise, along with some of the other franchises they own now.
Square Enix's 10th Anniversary is tomorrow (the Publishers of Deus Ex now), so it makes perfect sense that SE would want to show something for their Anniversary.
The thing about the Assassin's Creed series is that it has a 1,000 plus employees working on the series, unlike a lot of other titles that have yearly releases... Hell, even the best selling series Call of Duty doesn't have that many combined employees working on their games. The difference with Assassin's Creed games and the Call of Duty games is that the Assassin's Creed games have always felt like improvements on the series in many aspects unlike the Call of Duty, which I h...
Sony has always been a strong supporter of new IPs and I have no doubt it'll be the same with the PS4, along with franchises we know and love. So, they may announce a new IP (or a couple) or they may not, but i'm sure we'll see some great new IPs on the PS4 either way.
Since when was having a bit of fun and making a statement childish and immature? They're just saying, "Hey look we got something new in store for you that's not the same old thing again and again." They're not saying Mario games are crap or anything. People just need to lighten up a bit, honestly. Edit: Again, how is poking fun at a competitor and having a bit of fun childish and immature? Are people really so stuck up nowadays where companies can't...
I agree with you, I guess what I ment is that with smaller games you kinda have to find/make the story, through its gameplay elements and such. Most game developers making smaller games like such cant really afford to have a full story with paid voice actors and such. So, games like The Walking Dead won't be so common.
Most Downloadable games are relatively short in length, so I don't see why you would have to request something that has been available for years and years. Look through any store (PSN, STEAM, XBL, etc.) and you'll find lots of games that are quite short, but still very enjoyable and that have a great story.
They may not be making the Darksiders series anymore, but I wonder if they will still make the Crawler project they had in the works before everything fell apart at THQ. I'm interested to see what that game was.
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