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18 million by the end of 2014? You must be kidding right? That isn't feasible. 15 million at a push but more like 13 to 14 million #1.1.3
185d ago by iamnsuperman | View comment
Totally irrelevant. Hardcore budgie fans will buy the game regardless which platform. If your talking about Microsoft fans who love budgie sure but those numbers are relatively small (looking at figures like console sale trends to which platform has the most destiny pre orders). Destiny has become this big third party game that as gone past the hard core budgie fan base. It is not going to be close. This is the PS4's biggest mover this holiday (that is saying something for a console that... #3.1.1
185d ago by iamnsuperman | View comment
That isn't a good Japanese orientated line up. First they were not doing a conference and now this. If you going to go for the market they need to try. This is not trying and if Microsoft is serious about targeting an Asian audience they need to step their game up #15
185d ago by iamnsuperman | View comment
That was confirmation of them not doing a conference #2.1.1
185d ago by iamnsuperman | View comment
"Maybe this will be the game that puts Xbox One on top in the United States where many analysts believed it would be, or maybe Destiny will just help Sony’s star rise even more."

I am not sure what analyst said that but the general consensus is that it will move alot of PS4s because of where Sony has positioned the game. A similar tactic was done by Microsoft on the 360 with COD. Like with the 360 in the US the PS4 is expected to benefit the most (sales push wise)... #3
185d ago by iamnsuperman | View comment
The problem with 3D wasn't merely a technical thing. Other more important factors came into play. 3D TV sets were expensive and didn't get meaningful use in and outside of gaming. Combine this with it having to be wearable and you got yourself a hard sell (something VR headsets will somehow have to overcome to succeed).

Where VR will have to stand out is tailored games. It's the only way it will take off #3.1.1
185d ago by iamnsuperman | View comment
Your link doesn't claim that. In fact the "working together" is merely releasing similar products which the other could steal (good ideas) which is like every competitive business model . One does something good the other will inevitably copy. That is what your link says. They are in competition. They are competitive products. #1.3.1
185d ago by iamnsuperman | View comment
Well he could, potentially, be in a weaker position if VR does take off. There is always the possibility that Project Morpheus (seriously needs a new name) could eventually work on the PC. This puts the future of oculus rift in a bit of uncertainty. The PS4 is popular and it is a bit much for the consumer to buy two of these. They also mentioned their business model of being able to release updated version s of the oculus. Depending on how expensive it is I fell that might put people off (yo... #1.2
185d ago by iamnsuperman | View comment
Polygon's the last of review got big backlash http://www.gamerevolution.c... and their Killzone review was wrttien by some one who publicly dislikes the series http://www.spawnfirst.com/a... Some thing that shoul... #4.2.1
185d ago by iamnsuperman | View comment
You can. Firstly people were not having their PS4s as the main/primary account. So it needed to be registered. There was also a glitch. It noticed you were kind of connected but the licenses wouldn't register (due to the DDOS). To get round this all you needed to do was discount the PS4 from the Internet. There is a grace period but I can't remember how long it is #9.1
185d ago by iamnsuperman | View comment
@aerisbuller

The Move controller does not look like that. That is definitely a touch (led I assume from what can be seen when it is off about half way through the video) #1.1.2
186d ago by iamnsuperman | View comment
Firstly N4G doesn't make original content.
Secondly why come here then if it is so bad? #16.1
186d ago by iamnsuperman | View comment | Well said
"Opposite of Kotaku, Polygon will not be shutting down their writers' ability to contribute financially to those working within the gaming industry while also writing about their projects"

So are Polygon even changing their policies? There the one website that needs to try the most considering how they were created. Disclosing is one thing but how can anyone read an article and think the author is being sincere if the are funding the game's development thro... #2
186d ago by iamnsuperman | View comment
I disagree and I am a person who isn't really into multiplayer. Multiplayer has been a godsend for the single player genre as it had to step up its game to entice consumers over. Storytelling has gotten more important and the quality from some developers has shot up since multilayer went big on consoles. You go back to some of those old games that had no multiplayer and you look at those campaigns. They are longer but they follow a similar formula COD and other FPS still follow today. It... #2
186d ago by iamnsuperman | View comment
No because it is still an awful game. An awful game can be made worse by charging for it. Price isn't the top priority which means an awful game is amazing because it is free. Price is about value for money and should be apart of a score (look at Ground Zeros and that extortionate price tag). Pricing off a product is apart of the quality and value for money you get from the product #1.3.1
186d ago by iamnsuperman | View comment
Oh but it should. At the end of the day value for money I vital in products. Look at Ground Zeros. It may be a solid game but how can you say it had value for money with its short length and high price tag. That is a perfect example of why price is important when reviewing a product. It has to justify the price. #1.2.1
186d ago by iamnsuperman | View comment
@morganfell

There is a huge problem with that idea. It would create a website that is heavily bias to one side with no hope of returning to any form of balance. It would be very incestrial that would not allow a conflicting opinion to migrate here. We see the problem already with the Lame report function. People report lame when they disagree. Imagine the ramifications of allowing sheer votes to decide which websites are banned. Positive articles about the less popular device... #1.2.3
186d ago by iamnsuperman | View comment
Though directly funding a game and the reporting on it brings a credibility issue (even if they make it clear that they have funded the game). It is important to just avoid that situation all together. I get it they may be big fans but at the end of the day their job depends on their continued credibility. Openness is a must but avoiding a situation in the first place should take priority. #2.1.1
186d ago by iamnsuperman | View comment
This is something they should have done from the beginning. I can't believe it takes the backlash of the community to make them see this. It is like amature hour. Even as reporters you must keep impartial. Any evidence of conflicts of interest should never happen in the first place (i.e. you, as writers, should never put yourself in positions where this could be raise). You shouldn't be supporting patreons or kickstarters if it is your job to report on such things.

Yo... #2
187d ago by iamnsuperman | View comment
This is more like it #1
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