Game of the year(s)!
But guys Chinese people dont like Japanese products. /s
Wow you really scraping the barell with some of those "games" Must be tough seeing your precious Xbox getting dominated in soft and hardware sales.
Such a strange game.
I wish them goodluck.
Im confused. What a strange game.
good luck to these devs.
Debate simulator thats new.
Could have seen it coming A studio that hasn't had a hit since Crysis. Goes full on F2P and has an engine that barely get licensed by other studios, because there are better engine with better development tools and accessibility. The only people to blame in this situation are Cervat Yerli and the rest of the higher ups at Crytek who mismanaged these studio's very badly. How does a game like Cytek 3 cost 60 million to make? Were there like strippers an...
@Lelo They cant buy Homefront the revolution, cause Deep Silver has the publishing rights. So Microsoft would have to buyout Deep Silver out of the publishing agreement, same thing EA did with Mass Effect 1. They are probably gunning for the Ryse IP if anything.
I think selling 56K in May according to NPD, says more then enough. Vita will be remembered as the Dreamcast of handhelds.
I cant wait to see what they do next. They already said nobody has found the hint in the Resogun video of last year.
The ship creator is so good.
The new patch is fantastic.
Who is dumb enough to use chartz as a reliable source. GTFO with that garbage site.
Pretty much. You can taste the salt coming off the article.
Crytek isn't even worth a purchase its a bloated company of 800 people, with 0 valuable IP's(besides Timesplitters) and an engine that's a nice show horse, but barely gets licensed compared to UE4. All the publishers will wait for Crytek to fall apart and pick up some of the pieces.
Man you xbox fanboys are desperate to find bad news for Playstation, that you even dig up 6 month old user blogs. I thought the most popular console based on facebook likes article was desperate but this is even worse.
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