Plenty of variety!
Having played the demo as well, I really disagree with you. It's very snappy to control. I also didn't experience what you mentioned with the AI, though it's definitely designed in a way to keep you moving -- maybe you shouldn't just sit behind cover?
Haha, fair point.
I agree that sometimes it feels like they're spinning too many plates. I do think this was an experiment, though, so you can't really blame them.
Did mention it in the review and video! :)
Really? I was quite impressed with it. Do you have any links?
It's insane, isn't it?
That's fair. At least there'll be lots waiting for you when you do upgrade, though! :)
Seems to be an issue with the N4G Click Out link, rather than the source website. It's happening to me on other N4G stories for other websites, too. :( Push Square is totally safe. Hopefully N4G fix this.
I can't wait to see what this is. I thought Resistance Retribution was spectacular on the PSP, and really enjoyed Golden Abyss for what it was.
True enough. I imagine SCEE is in charge of PGW while SCEA is in charge of PSX, though. With E3, there's probably input from both regions, so maybe they wanted a bit of breathing space.
If you've never played Uncharted before, I'd go with the Collection. If you have, then it depends how much you want to revisit the series.
Thank you for reading the article. I totally agree.
I mean, it would have been better with everything included, but you can't fault what's actually here.
Really excited for both! :)
Good post. There's definitely a balance. And I agree with you that it's better to have hits and misses than a string of samey looking titles that never try anything new.
They're putting out plenty of new things. If you're not into the remasters then they're very easy to ignore.
I don't know whether Resistance is all that likely myself. I think that series is done now. Personally, I would play it, though - I rather enjoyed all three.
Yeah, it'll be a choice from three titles. The winner will be free, while the losers will get PlayStation Plus discounts. Really cool feature, though. Gives the community a bit of control over what they get, while it'll create lots of PR and mindshare for the PS4 and PlayStation Plus as developers compete for votes. Really great idea.
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