Yeah, I would love to see the new online multiplayer integration will work out with those classics.
I thought Phantom Dust was scrapped back in 2015?
This is definitely a step forward. Some of the UWP practices felt anti-consumer.
I'm hoping REVII is enough to change some peoples' minds.
If 'something new' means 'no more gamebryo' I'm onboard. That engine is past its prime and we've been looking into its cracks for far too long.
Wait, you really can't disable them? I only played about an hour and was still getting them but I figured EVENTUALLY they'd go away..
I'm surprised one of the Overwatch heroines didn't dethrone Lara.
Somehow I doubt Shadow Warrior was anywhere close to being the first title to support HDR (unless they just mean titles they developed). Half-Life 2: Lost Coast should have that honor.
Haha yeah. It'll be another year or two before I upgrade from my 1080p monitor.
Without an Xbone, I'll have to wait another year before I'll get the chance to play Dead Rising 4. Maybe it'll make my 2017 list! Lol
This. The bounty hunter premise sounded promising and there's no reason Bethesda can't have two futuristic shooters.
Doom was a great surprise for me this year. :)
QB wasn't a W10 exclusive?
Edit: oh right, there was a DX10 version that released later on
I'm surprised it came together like it did. I guess they just filed off a lot of the edges until things just stuck together, one way or another.
Sure hope you like climbing towers to fill in your map!
Samsung and Google could really use some killer apps for Gear/Daydream if they wanna boost those overall VR numbers.
It's a little under 2.5GB. Guess that means no HDR got slipped in.
Guess that's a nice little clue to their upcoming Cyberpunk adventure.
It doesnt help that Atlus and Namco both have heavy hitters launching that same day!
That's gotta be frustrating if you don't want to upgrade your TV AGAIN!
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