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You have not really written about how Angry Joe got us. Angry Joe is right on the money about this situation. Nintendo is going against the grain while other publishers are fostering it. With how YouTube has exploded and how entertainment and gaming have come together in an online form it is backward to go against that. Nintendo may have a right to do what it does but it doesn't make any sense and shows a lack of awareness when it comes to the industry. Let's plays are a big part of g... #1.3.1
It isn't very consumer friendly though. While other publishers are progressive by encouraging such ventures Nintendo is the opposite. Nintendo need to get with the times #1.1.8
Funnily enough I bought BF4 over Hardline. Hardline looked poor and BF4 premium wasn't that expensive. It was a no brainer which one to get #10
This is a whole lot of nothing. All he is saying is only yes if Microsoft can prove it. They haven't and they have gone dark on the concept. The guy is speculating based upon the idea that Microsoft release some tools for his idea to work. Again a whole lot of nothing has been said #4
This is a whole lot of nothing. All he is saying is only yes if Microsoft can prove it. They haven't and they have gone dark on the concept. The guy is speculating based upon the idea that Microsoft release some tools for his idea to work. Again a whole lot of nothing has been said. #
This seems oddly aggressive for such a slow point in the year. I would have imagine this type of deal in September #4
Well there is very little critique compared to the tremendous amount of crap. No one really asks the big questions in interviews (pander pieces instead of hard questions; it took how many years for someone to nail into Peter Molyneux), paid content is presented as normal content (except for some websites that put a tiny exclaimer saying such things which took a big incident for those websites to change their policy) which leads readers to question what they are reading, some of the big names... #4
Isn't this why renting/ a subscription model is a good way to go with streaming games. Onlive was flawed when part of their business model required buying a box in order for it to work. What Sony is doing makes a lot of sense as they have said their game plan for Now is for it to appear on as many devices as possible (Netflix style) without buying anything extra.

I think it does highlight the dangers of streaming/ cloud based games but at the same time it also highlights... #3
For the patents. Online is dead in the water but it will still have useful stuff which Sony could merge with their Now side of gaming. Google and other big companies do this all the time. #12.2
Apart from shifting the focus away from Kinect, he hasn't done a lot that wasn't all ready in place. He has made himself more likable be he hasn't done a lot yet (still early days as big and important changes take years to rewlise). #20
You may not see it as a problem but I have seen children as young as 7 play "GTA" in the playground. It is a issue of neglect (which is a serious issue) introducing children as young as this to such content (sexual and violent). Doing this type of thing really does screw with young children. Hence the advisory age in the first place. I welcome the news since it will make the parents aware how much damage they could do to their child (socially) and how a game isn't suitable for... #2.1.2
It also divides the hardcore community. The fact is bloodborne and games like it attract a specific type of gamer who are really into games like this. Like you said it does not have mass market appeal. Destiny did and Sony were smart to cosy up to it #3.1
Exactly. The high Metacritic score is encouraging but no way would I feel the same way. I just do not get the appeal of these type of games. Hence why I am not getting it #3.4
From the sounds of it his feelings are not alone. From the sounds and look of it Visceral were making a police game but high level meddling took over and the Battlefield franchise was mashed into it. Without the battlefield element I feel this game could have gone in an interesting direction #3
@MrDead and Immorals

Just be careful with Virgin. It is always a good idea to take a reading over several key points of the day over a error of a week to see if you are getting that much. I remember I was paying for one of the higher bands but it never went over the mid tier stuff. Obvious I change packages #3.1.4
It will not come out this year. If it were Sony would have done a song and dance about it last E3. They could show something this year but it won't be out till after the next E3 (like everything revealed at E3, we have to go through at least another E3 before it is out) #4.2
Take this with a grain of salt (even though they have never lied before) but on several Videogamer UK podcasts (if you like normal, down to earth, people talking about video games it is worth a listen) they rang Ubisoft up [possibly] about Beyond Good and Evil 2 and apparently even Ubisoft didn't acknowledge it being in development nor its existent (it is strange since they showed a teaser). I think it doesn't exist (considering the last we heard of it was in 2011 and apparently they... #1.1
"Seamless Transitioning From Space to Planet"

I have not experienced this mod (so I may be talking out my arse) but my worry is the focus of the match. Having a separate space and planet means there is a focus to what needs to be done. I would rather have a 64 player space battle then a 64 planet battle (online as this is where I feel this game will rise or fall with online than offline) than having random preferences (some battles mainly happening in space as the p... #2
I know it is nothing. I just feel supporting the game when I feel that the game should be F2P (it is built on that model) so that it can evolve and improve as a service is a bit contradicting (I wrote this a while ago http://n4g.com/user/blogpos... ). It is the only reason I will not buy it. Eventually it coming to Plus has little to do with it. I would say I am a die hard fan of the series but it needs to evol... #3.1.1
LBP 3 is the only one in the series I never bought. I still think this game and franchise should have been F2P and it is the only way it can evolve

Wolfenstein surprised me. It felt like an old PS2 game. But that is okay. Sometime it is okay to go back to an older style of playing. But I paid just less than £20 and that felt like a good price. I would have paid a maximum of £30 #3
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