I agree, it is indeed Delsin Rodent
If Sony ever decides they just have to have some more uncharted games then I say give a Dev like Bend a chance, but with supervision from a few key Nd staff.
Personally I think the story is done, but if we have to have more this is my vote:
Uncharted: The Goddamn Sullivan Tales
Sully recounting his adventures, pre nate, with nate, after nates retirement and then with Sam. Perhaps Pablo Escobar came after Sully, looking for revenge for ...
For those struggling, I was talking about 1920 x 1080, just using the same way of framing it as the original comment. On a comparable screen size, the pixel density increase from 1920 to 2160 is a little over 4 pixels per inch
Seeing as you seem to be a pc person, here's a link: https://shield.nvidia.com/a... 2k is 1080, and as for the graphics being astoundingly better than something like rigs, assuming you meant 4k, that kind of fidelity at a suitable refresh rate is not something that many could power so few, if any, developers will bother for now. Not that the screens go above 2160 anyway. So best c...
I love uncharted, but as I've said before, the first got a mixed response. If people talk about Qb in that manner then, maybe. If they mean comparable to Uncharted 4, based only on what we've seen, highly unlikely. Likelihood once we have it in our hands, remote. Qb looks good, almost convinced me to get an xbox, but then I thought I'd wait for the pc issues to be fixed with Uwp. Based on the eurogamer article, it's going to...
It depends on if some companies are concerned about the sales of the xbox in comparison when considering potential player pool. They probably aren't at present, but if Ps4 sales keep tracking with ps2 and the one drops below 360 (if it hasn't already, who the hell knows with Ms keeping quiet) it may become something that Sony could leverage to get more exclusives like the ps2 days. It's much less likely in today's market than when the ps2 was...
higher player count in lobbies making 3rd party online more sustainable?
I actually think that news outlets such as the BBC are a sham that are running scared of a charter. I merely used Fox as they are well known for their brand of coverage and served to illustrate a point in a way that many would understand. As far as consumption of news media goes, I do not align with any particular outlet. For news I consider important and worth an investment of time I try to get as much information as I can from several sources and then decide for myself.
"Or a jak and daxter where you play as daxter. Mind blasted!" Imagine sitting on Jak's shoulder when he spins... Mind blasted? More like lunch relinquished. Still, sounds like fun.
If it aligns with your own opinion it's truth... Do you watch or work for Fox News perchance? Now it could prove to be 'correct' in that 2 years from now all headsets are collecting dust, but it still doesn't make it 'truth' or 'fact', and especially not for everyone within their own experiences.
On a mostly unrelated note, imagine an Uncharted Vr experience. One where you tag along with Nate and Sully on an adventure. Could be set in one of the story gaps. Now that would sell hardware.
Don't worry, next year Ubisoft will release their own vr headset. They have a team that's been working on it, actually they have 3 teams and they staggered their starts so we can expect one next year, then a largely similar model every year until we're as sick of vr as he is. They could always do a vr game set in a forest, then for the next release keep the same layout and make trees skyscrapers and rivers could become highways. Or, you know... T...
An interesting point about them losing focus. I must admit that I haven't watched all that many so my perception of how and what they began as is likely skewed by such news as complete playthroughs. The idea of people profiting from posting them is however both an interesting moral and legal (copyright) debate.
@Prubar (typed in wrong box on phone) I think the difference is that these augment the core experience, not diminish it if you don't purchase the upgrade. Core hardware in the console space should remain fixed, these types of peripherals have always been the way to extend the life cycle, however they are arriving so early this time that for the majority of the market, changing the core offering that many have already invested in will rankle. 118d ago 0 agree0 disagreeView comment
Exactly. The console ecosystem is different and I like it that way. I have a good pc as I video edit and create effects etc. But I rarely game on it. For me, consoles and more specifically Playstations, have a special place in my gaming habits and history. A 4k media enabled Ps4? Maybe I'd be interested once I have a 4K tv, but upgraded graphics for games? That's against the console market mentality and in my opinion would be a consumer base fracturing, short term,dic...
Let's Plays can be viewed as a response to the lack of demos that are made available now. The industry shifted and the consumers reacted. That said, I'm not a fan of them and I think unless the industry reacts appropriately they could be detrimental to the long term viability of small to mid tier developers, who let's not forget serve as a teeth cutting exercise for many talented developers before they move to big studios.
I will get a vr for gaming, but I'm tempted to keep my hmz as although it's 720p it's virtual screen size is 750 and reports are vr cinematic mode is 250. Will be interesting to compare them, see the difference based on per eye resolution and the wider fov; the hmz range is why the vr headset design is so good, they've been refining for years. It's good for games and films, 3d is excellent with no crosstalk, as it stands though, psvr is wh...
I'm fortunate enough to have picked up an Hmz-t2 for a good price along my way and it is definitely being used for this. Virtual 750" Uncharted 4 screen? Yes please! Was also amazing when I played The Order on it, was entertaining to be able to read all the newspapers. When it popped I did indeed feel 'well read'.
Another example, for a more balanced view, and perhaps something that Sony are now constantly mindful of? http://www.gamespot.com/art... I'm in no way saying I think that this is the situation Uncharted is in, but I'm sure everyone at Sony wants to avoid these kinds of situations with any game going forward.
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