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Kamikaze135 (User)

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I wonder if they're going this route with DLC because they're rushing production to get XV out by 2016. Hopefully it doesn't feel rushed when we get to play it =/ #7
That's what Sony is doing with their "backward compatibility";the Star Wars PS2 game bundled with Battlefront were running at 1080p, improved frame rate, and trophy support. #5.1
The Witcher 3 gets my vote. That game really took me by surprise. #2.2
It's misleading to call this backward compatibility. Not even Sony is calling it BC. BC would imply that we would be able to pop in the PS2 game discs we already physically own into the PS4 and be able to play it. #3
Hopefully it's the announcement of a SSB re-release with all of the DLC on the disc. #3
I can't support this game. It looks amazing and all, but supporting this game means supporting the decisions Nintendo is making for their Western audience. #16
Maybe. Once more cheaper (powerful) smart watches are available in the market and enough developers support it with casual games, it could be a huge market. #6
First time I heard of games being a deciding factor for a phone purchase. #2
I've been to the midnight launch for the Wii and Smash Bros for the Wii. While I can see why people enjoy them, they felt like a waste of time to me. I went for the Wii launch because I wanted to experience what it was like going to a midnight launch and to the smash bros one because somebody kept asking me to go with them. #5
FFXIV is a great MMO, but in no way is it the best game in the series. It's too generic and doesn't take chances with new concepts like FF games usually do. #2
I'd take a small map with lots of content over big empty maps any day. #5
Gotta agree with that. Even if Fallout 4 ends up being the better game in the long run, you can definitely count on it launching with bugs - some possibly game breaking. I'm going to wait for at least two patches before getting Fallout 4. #1.1.1
Unless they have a slew of 1st and 2nd party titles ready for a launch window and are just now shipping out the dev kits so 3rd party devs can work on porting games to the new system. #1.1.15
This is why I'm always reluctant to buy digital games. You don't really own them. #10
If it was a re-release of the original, you would see less complaints. What we got is a port of a lazy mobile remake. #6.1
The game itself is amazing and you'll enjoy it if you want a classic RPG, but the visuals used in this "remake" are very lazy indeed. I'm very surprised people are actually trying to defend this. #1.3
They should have just sent him C&D letter. Though the guy should have known better than to charge for something like this. #5
I had a feeling this game was too good to be true. I felt that they might either take the money and run or give us a drastically underwhelming game. #3
I would say it's solely Sony's fault. They made an overly powerful handheld for a high selling price and required customers to buy exclusive and expensive memory cards. Not to mention those weird ass advertisements. #13
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