You can't remember because you haven't played them. Insurgency, H1Z1, any Total War game. CS:GO. Starcraft, League, FTL, and thats just whats on my desktop right now.
Mac but not console. I think thats the point he was making.
Studios after the completion of major projects cut staff. Kojima is clearly leaving the company after completion of MGS5. I do find it strange that they removed all the branding, makes me wonder if Kojima's taking his studio with him upon leaving Konami.
Not really sure why you think this means MGO will not be good in MGS5. Konami's restructuring clearly signals the completion of MGS5, and therefore MGO.
zero chance. it's practically April with barely a mention of beta, you are expecting a summer release? The server infrastructure they will need to release has never been accomplished by any UBI game, it will need a public beta before official release.
Just what I always wanted to play, a character with a fantastic emo haircut.
I'm fine with that, what I don't want is a re-skinned dragon age.
They aren't banning them for using the exploit, they are banning them from this point forward for using this specific exploit. They are providing warning that from this point forward exploiting the game at the expense of other players consciously and repeatedly is bannable offense.
Is there anyone who thinks duping is an intended game mechanic? Discovering it versus duplicating otherwise unattainable amounts of materials crafting incinerators in order to block off entry ways of buildings isn't cool.
Great something that should have been included with the game is now included with the game!
@Bloodborn You've clearly never used a virtual boy.
@Bloodborn You clearly never used a Virtual Boy.
@Bloodborn You've clearly never owned a virtual boy.
Fallout New Vegas was definitely one of my favorite games last generation. Played through it multiple times.
It's not that, I just felt the title of the article didn't accurately convey what the article actually said.
This is what jumped to my mind.
The author of this article didn't use the word "impress" in his article. Also, his preview didn't seem very good. I don't think its good when a shooter is described as "on rails" and "was happy to be able to move up and down the stairs, down hallways, and into rooms with freedom" Thank god for the next-gen /sarcasm. This game is going to be a disaster.
It might be contractual. Telltale probably already licensed the Minecraft IP for the making of this game prior to the Minecraft acquisition by Microsoft. You guys are all really blowing this out of proportion.
If you release a shooter at sub-60 fps, you are releasing a failed video game.
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