After going for trophies, I like the idea of not having them, just play the game to enjoy it, like I did most my years gaming since pong. Sure I have a lot of platinum trophies, but I also wasted countless hours on tedious junk I could skip, but before I uninstall a game I might as well grab the last couple trophies.
I still have my Sega CD copy, and I'm sure my old notes to get 100% trap is around somewhere. I remember playing this and my Brother writing down the time and camera when to trap each. I'd like to see a remaster of Sewer Shark too.
MS actually reminds me of Sega back in the day. They came out with the Sega Saturn, but not long after it was out and many of us bought into it, they canceled games and support for the saturn over the Dreamcast. While the Dreamcast today is still considered by many a great console. it ticked off gamers who shell out hundreds to buy the consoles and games. Dreamcast died and so did Sega in the console business. Sony continued to support the PS2 well into the PS3 that won over gamers and t...
It's nothing new, Activision has done this for years, and as long as gamers keep paying up, there is no reason to stop. It's like the old saying "Fool me once, shame on you. Fool me twice, shame on me."
If you agree to keep giving them money, stop complaining.
How old are you? You should realize some of us have played Zelda since the very first one and that to us Zelda games will always be one of our favorite RPG series no matter the console we play on. My 6 Year old is currently playing on my SNES and experiencing my old Zelda games. I plan to buy a switch to play this game more over an Xbox because I love Zelda. Now if Nintendo could bring on a new Metroid game, I will be even happier.
One problem I have today with digital is that it's the same price if not more than physical. I see games for $59.99 digital but when I pre-order through Amazon I get it at $48 with the discount. Digital seems to take a long time to drop in price and some Devs just don't, I have bought old copies in bargain bins of games for $9.00 for my Son and the game is $29.99 on the online store. If MS plays their cards right this could be good for gamers.
I pity those who dumped another $400.00 to play the same game on 1080P just for a slight visual upgrade when they had a PS4 that was just fine.
Not sure I can bring myself to trade in my PS4 with the PT Demo, just can't replace that. Will have to pay full price for the Pro.
The issue isn't so much at launch, it's 12 months later. I am really hoping VR is integrated into more games. But like Move, Dual Axis in controllers, 3D, PS camera, most support really fizzles out after a few months because developers don't integrate it.
Again i really want VR to be big and last. But only time will tell how well it's supported. Name me the last PS4 game geared specifically to 3D or with Move support after 2014.
I pre-Ordered Sonic too on Amazon, the figure with the startup sound would be a great addition to my game room. I prefer physical discs though and bummed on that but since the Amazon discount makes it more reasonable for having digital only. I always thought the Tron Evolution Collections edition when it first came out was a rip off for what you got.
I have yet to buy an Xbox and if games will be playable on PC, I have to question is it worth waiting now for Scorpio, or just play the games I want on my PC. I was talking to a friend Yesterday on this because I pay for Ps Plus, do i buy another console, pay $50 a year or so for their online when most gaming will be on PS4. I'd almost rather buy an NX because I already have a PS4 and PC and I have a 5 year old Son and with NX I'd get games that are not playable anywhere else and he...
I have a 10 ft cord and 2 controllers to swap out, but by the time I need to swap I'm ready for a break.
I'm curious during the same time frame, if 145 Million hours is played on backwards compatible games, what is it in comparison to total hours played?
I think what Greenberg means by this being the last generation is more in a sense no need for backwards compatibility. You can keep playing your games and systems will just keep coming out upgraded but the OS core of it all stays relatively the same. As if since Xbox and SP2, you just bought upgraded hardware and no need to have games that only work on older systems sort of like PC gaming is. It'll be interesting though how it works.
Do girls or boys actually buy a game just because he does the voice acting to where this would affect his career being married? "Hey did you play the new game?" "No, way since he's married now I'll never play a game again with his voice, Waaah"
I drove by a historical site which is an old house (one of the first in the city) on the way home that I know has 2-3 pokeposts there and normally people picnic because it's a nice area and along a creek. Only now was about a dozen people standing staring at their phones. I play Pokemon Go, but I'm not going to wander all over to get them, they appear often enough while sitting at work.
I started playing this the other day to see what all the hype was about, now I'm hooked and my Wife laughs at me. Of the 100's of games I've played, this is my first Pokemon game and this got me into it. I showed my 5 year old how to play and when we drive he sits in the back seat collecting Pokemons and stuff at Pokepoints saying "Daddy I got you 4 more Pokemon". But I tell him we are a team, fun to have a game we can both enjoy playing. Now I wonder if he'll wa...
Something tells me we'll see the Xbone One get left out on new games that devs will make only for Scorpio. 4.5X more than the previous console is like moving on to the next gen of consoles. At first you'll get Xbone one and Scorpio both but as gamers buy the Scorpio and that base increases the support will slowly die off for the Xbone.
I was confused as well, since it was shown after VR stuff, is COD both the remake and new game VR compatible? I thought it was a new VR title as well but then wondered after it showed COD if it works with VR.
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