That 45 minutes felt like 4.
I'm getting both, but i'm patiently waiting on a Splinter Cell announcement.
The first Xbox came out years after the others, & was a newcomer on the scene. We've seen continuous hate for all things Microsoft to this day, so imagine trying to sit at the table with Sony & Nintendo for the first time. 360 did exactly what they wanted it to, closed the gap in the market.
Maybe the demo I played was mislabeled with the wrong name. Nothing photorealistic to be found.
And i'd still like a new gen Full Spectrum Warrior. *cries for THQ*
I'd like to see what the team who made Brothers In Arms: Hell's Highway could do with this engine. That was pretty impressive looking at the time off Unreal 3 IMO.
I'd assume it ties to your account, but what do I know?
I always buy against my own best interests. I usually just get what I want when it comes out, then everything on sale I would get, I already have. Considering Ryse due to never having finished it, but I know as soon as I buy it, it'll be the next GWG.
Yes, Borderlands. I never owned it on 360, but I did get the Handsome Collection & recall telling my friend his stuff would transfer.
Has any remaster yet done so? Dishonored didn't. Never played Last of Us on PS3, only on PS4. They all make you start from scratch don't they?
Easiest way to force you to have to upgrade your skills. How do you justify using Aiden again, & having him starting from scratch with his abilities?
My mistake then. Swore they both had been.
R6: V2 has already been in the program.
Great news for who?
I lean Microsoft in preference, but the only games we didn't see last year, know of, or assume already were the @ID stuff like We Happy Few. Got some gameplay of things, but still games we already knew about.
Did Goldie Hawn tell you to say that?
I just feel you can still do all that. The people playing when they show off the games rarely take such an approach. They cater to the run & gun crowd when they show off the game.
I think the ability to approach however you want adds to the tactical element. You just have to play with people who work together. I have 3 friends I play these types of games with all the time. Playing with randoms will likely be trash.
Open world freedom is what made GR great. Being able to choose when, where, & how is back.
Do they ship a million different variants for PC games, or is it the same thing for everyone, but you can adjust the settings based on the power of your PC? They can easily code for 3, & it allows you to do w/e based on the particular system you're using.
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