Just because I write a long post doesn't mean that I'm upset. I just disagree with you. You're calling me exploitative because I wait out a launch period? There are no games that interest me right now. I'm not going to buy the console and let it sit in my entertainment unit. It's not my duty to buy something as soon as it's launched - that's nobody's duty. People will, because they like having things first, maybe the launch titles excite ...
You're totally right. Competition betters the industry.
No. Sony, Microsoft and Nintendo are gaming company giants. They have millions of dollars in R&D at their disposal. I don't owe them anything - and I've already given. I've "invested in the industry" by purchasing previous consoles, accessories and games new. I've advertised for these gaming giants by suggesting them to friends and family, I've defended them - but I suddenly owe them 500 bucks because they just released a new system? Fuc...
Probably because you could design this huge sewer system and normal people (sorry, people who don't regularly go into the sewers) would be like "yeah, that's what a sewer looks like, right?" Plus all the other reasons that people listed.
What makes Resident Evil 6 so scary? How far the franchise has fallen.
I'd think that two major reasons are money and stability in being with PR over journalism. The only downside is, there's not much room for negativity with PR. Don't like a game your company is working on? You'd better find a way to remedy that - or make it sound like you do anyway.
Capcom puts too much money into their games. Their profit margins are so slim because too much money goes into it. Just a broad generalization - it's great if your game brings in 10 million - what's bad is if your game cost 9 million to make. That's why we're seeing these articles of Capcom titles not living up to Capcom's expectations. It's not that they don't sell at all, quite the contrary - it's just that it's not well enough for Capcom.
There are too many apostrophes here.... There will always be a niche market for full-fledged, powerful consoles. Even handhelds have their enthusiasts. I do however believe that mobile gaming takes quite a sizable chunk out of the casual market. People who might have bought a less-expensive or last-gen console might instead switch to mobile gaming.
You can take the console apart to get the disc out. There are some guides online that show step by step. You just have to be careful with the BD drive. My condolences. I just lost mine myself. I still choke up a bit.
Congratulations on getting the World's Most Insensitive Parent Award! If this theoretical situation were true, she'd grow to resent you, cut off communication, suffer severe depression and possibly commit suicide. Congratulations! It's all your doing because 'you' want grandchildren to play with. Forget what makes her happy and feel right.
Yeah, cause they can go and play 90% of the other games on the market.
What the poster initially was getting at, the question posed on a message board, is seriously WTF-worthy. However the question posed in the article's title is off. Rape isn't exactly sex.
First sentence of the article: It’s no secret that the gaming industry is dominated by men, but one publisher is trying to encourage more women into joining the field." So suck it up, buttercup.
She probably wouldn't let you have the V
Pro tip: Read the article. Not just the headline.
Holy water? Crosses? Cameras?
The difference is, RE5 sold millions more than RE6.
But you'll pay more in taxes.
Well, looks like the disagree troll has been here.
@ Killzoner99 - you're joking, right? How have these characters be 'confirmed' gay?
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