@jackanderson1985 Yep... surprisingly! From the article: "Minecraft was made available for the newest generation of consoles, Xbox One and PlayStation 4, earlier this month. Microsoft, if it completes the deal, will keep the game available for rival products, said two people familiar with the company’s plans." If they are keeping it on PS4 and other competing platforms, then $2 billion might actually makes sense: Minecraft 2 on PC...
Really? Subtracting points for no split screen co-op??? What games have that feature nowadays?? Seriously? Not always very fluid and sometimes wobbly optimization console (lags, disconnection .... Another great point... NOT REALLY, considering that the servers are not even live yet.
Lol.. let's revisit your completely unsupported and baseless comment in 2 months.
Should have the option to either auto save or manual save. But, some games don't give that option.
This actually is an advertisement for Destiny. I wonder how many Sony lawyers are looking at this right now. Wouldn't be surprised if it gets taken down.
What point do you get to before you get stuck? Do you hear the first baby cry and can't get the second?
@PCBOX In addition to what f50liv_imposter1 quoted, here is one from Crystal Dynamics: "Yes, our deal with Microsoft has a duration. We aren’t discussing details of the deal, and are focused on delivering a great game on Xbox One and Xbox 360," it explains. The game is coming to PS4. No one, not MS, not Crystal Dynamics, not Square Enix, has ever said it will not be on the PS4. That sentence has never been uttered and this has bee...
@Askanison4 The quote: “Well, as a small developer working to release our first game, it’s [the policy] rather brutal. Simultaneously shipping is very challenging, especially for small indie teams. The clause (if enforced) means it might not be possible for us to release on Xbox One, even though we wanted to.” The PARITY POLICY is "brutal". Simultaneous shipping is "very challenging". The title of the article is not misleading. Let'...
It has a lot to do with which console is the one that a particular game is being primarily developed for. Last gen, the majority of multiplatform games were being developed on the XB360 and ported to the PS3. This gen, the PS4 is leading the "development charge", so we are seeing more games demoed on PS4 than on XB1. Sony was much more proactive than MS when the new consoles were being developed, working closely with developers on the design and specs.
"His simile couldn't have been more confusing if he tried." I agree with you. Terrible article.... but, I think that this is more of a metaphor and not a simile. :)
"No Man's Sky" says hello. I believe that No Man's Sky will fit on a single bluray and have a universe so big it will take 5 billion years to fully explore.
Not having a keynote is not a great way to launch the XB1 in Japan. MS needs to build hype and excitement if they want to have any hope in Japan. Just having playable games on the show floor is not going to get them press coverage. Announcing new games that appeal to the Japanese market would get them press coverage.
Huh? Seriously? Just to get diagrees?
This title should not have been approved.
You are an idiot. All companies are vulnerable to these types of attacks. This same attack also affected Blizzard Battle Net and Riot's League of Legends servers. Apple has been hit in the past,as has Microsoft's Hotmail servers. Happens all the time.
Now we are getting reviews of individual pinball tables? Seriously? Must be a slow news week.
@Abriel No.... Sony is releasing a disc version.
What the hell are you talking about?
This list doesn't include The Show???.. Total and utter FAIL.
@Spotie Zoe Quinn may be unethical (if reports are true)... and Phil Fish may be a complete a**... but, they did not "make their beds". No one deserves what is going on with them both being doxxed (if they really were).
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