At the cost of the Xbox One alone, you could invest in a decent upgrade for your PC. Then you will have the best possible resolution for gaming.
I already play in 1080p and higher on my PC. So no worries there.
I would buy the game on PC if it's a multiplatform title. That is what I would do personally.
Of course, I know the importance of higher resolutions for consoles and their graphical capabilities (this is mentioned in the article itself). I am arguing that games are of a higher degree of importance when it comes to buying a console. If I want to play games at the highest resolution, typically 1080p, I will use my PC rig if the console version is inferior. This is the case with many multiplatform titles I purchase. Matter of fact, I will be buying both the PS4 and the Xbox One for their...
I'm actually in a third world country, so not really first world.
Rambo on the NES is a terrible game.
South Africa. This is how many people from South Africa sound. There is nothing fake about that.
Nice to see a healthy debate about this.
Thanks for all the discussion. It is really interesting to read your feedback.
Thanks for educating me. Highly appreciated.
Thanks for noting the error.
I know Valve just can't come out already and say what's potting with the next Half-Life, or give any indications of what's happening. Not a great way to treat your fans.
Well, culture is a factor which defines identity. Therefore if rage quitting is a cultural artifact then following this line of argument it is undeniably connected to being a gamer. A culture is a shared thing, not in isolation. Whether a gamer rage quits or not is not the point. It's that the act of rage quitting is a part of gaming culture, and in process gamers.
Hi, this article is part of a series of articles called "What Makes A Gamer" on the eGamer site. Arguably so, rage quitting is still one of the many facets of being a gamer who games. It is part of the experience be it you rage quitting, or some other gamer.
PS3 user I take it?
Witcher 2 was technically the best RPG of last year.
Thanks for the input.
I hope so. So far it has been released on Steam presently.
Every military shooter nowadays seems to either blame the Russians or some splinter cell group from an anonymous Arabic country. I agree with NitrateZA.
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