The final nail in the coffin.
Maybe, however, this game was poorly debuted and it's more of a need to try and get anyone to care about the game then it is a favor to gamers.
There's just a glut of hero shooters and not enough people to play so-so games but Cliff can have polarizing personality.
Many convention and E3 announce videos are mostly target renders and should never be considered a final reflection of the completed game. These videos are meant to inspire and mainly give the viewer an idea of what is capable. Until the actual gameplay is shown in-engine non-target render take everything with a grain of salt.
3rd Party does thats why most AAA games are skipping Switch.
If you shop smart you can always pay less than the MSRP price it's been $59.99 in the US for awhile now and in most cases you can find the PSN 12 month cards for $40-$50.
Depends on what games you like and if you include ports or not.
A rotating tech cycle that is updated but carries all the old software titles along with it is the future let's all hope PS & MS don't drop the ball.
Cue the law suit to stop production in 3..2..1.
Not a shocking considering the PS game library. However, after the E3 Xbox One X announcement people are probably just waiting on that to come out later this year and Nintendo just doesn't make enough consoles to sell in big numbers.
Its simple if you want to just simply play and not get involved in maintaining a device get a console. While PC might be more powerful there is still fudge factor involved sometimes that consoles just don't have but at the end of the day its a personal choice.
Probably not as the OG was target render and not actual game engine.
Wow, PSP back in the day was cracked wide open and was a big factor in it dying as Devs couldn't make much money do to piracy. Could this be the start of that for Switch?
LOL, its a target video, no sh*t.
I think anyone with a brain knew what he meant even though the delivery was poor. Only folks looking to tear someone down or Sony made it out to be that PS hates indie games.
PC gaming is still clunky in the living room until it's PlugNPlay without the maintenance needed for a PC (updating drivers, troubleshooting dll errors etc., and so on) there will always be room for consoles even if they're not the cut edge tech.
It should have been allowed to end gracefully instead of being forced to exist just because. That's why we ended up with a game like Andromeda a boring slog that is a pale imitation of the trilogy before it. Sometimes good things do and should come to an end. Anthem seems like it might be a new and fresh beginning.
Seems like a patch and key unlock for Switch.
I heard very mixed impressions coming out of E3 2017 this could be another Quantum Break situation.
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