N2NOther (User)

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It's the prologue. How do you know how it moved the story forward or not. If it informs the character, then I don't see the issue. #12.1
324d ago by N2NOther | View comment
First of all, there are plenty of books, movies, music and such that depict rape that aren't well written or crafted. So that argument holds no water.

You are suggesting that only "cultured" or "mature" forms of art should address this topic. I disagree completely with that. You don't like his approach? Fine. That's one thing.

Either games are art or they aren't. You can't have it both ways. #2.2.1
324d ago by N2NOther | View comment
Totally understood, but it's going to hurt the Xbox One, which is why MS wanted it exclusively in the first place. #12.1
324d ago by N2NOther | View comment
I wouldn't be surprised if the advertising is part of the exclusivity deal. Meaning that MS is supposed to be handling it. #1.3.1
324d ago by N2NOther | View comment
Cross-gen development hinders the current gen version because it has to be made scaleable. Without this anchor, they can achieve more. Plus, Sony wants to sell PS4s. #9.1
324d ago by N2NOther | View comment
And without incentive to get a new one, this will remain the case. Which is my entire point. #8.1
324d ago by N2NOther | View comment
There will always be tons of people that can't afford to make the jump. That's what exclusives are supposed to entice them to do. If they can't afford it yet, they don't get it yet.

I get why EA wants it, and I get why MS conceded. Still think it was a mistake when you consider that they want it to be system seller. #2.1
325d ago by N2NOther | View comment
So why should this be called out? Why are video games exempt from pushing these boundaries and envelopes when other artforms have been doing this since the beginning of time? Why does games media think one is OK but not the other? #2
325d ago by N2NOther | View comment
They ask. Can't be helped if people don't answer. #1.1.26
325d ago by N2NOther | View comment
Wow, a LOT of ridiculous reactions in this thread. #41
327d ago by N2NOther | View comment
That's what early adopters do. They buy in on the promise of what's coming. #8.1
329d ago by N2NOther | View comment
There are 4 top 5 lists here. Lol.

All of the editors at the site posted a list. #5
329d ago by N2NOther | View comment
Very. I've played all the Hitman games save for the first one and it's a really good entry. Contracts mode is awesome. #1.14
333d ago by N2NOther | View comment
@rdgneoz

Who said "right" after the fact? #1.12.3
350d ago by N2NOther | View comment
They didn't push it back TO downgrade. They wanted to make sure the game was fun. I'm sure trying to get everything to work well on both generations made the visuals suffer in the process. #3.5
350d ago by N2NOther | View comment
Uhm, an apology can only be given after the fact and it pretty much is exactly owning up to a mistake.

Not arguing any of your other points though. #1.12
350d ago by N2NOther | View comment
Ubisoft is pushing back against WiiU owners.

Ooooh!

I'll show myself out. #21
356d ago by N2NOther | View comment
Very cool. Keep your eyes peeled. I am gestating on one regarding the supposed "all-digital" future. Like us on Facebook and you'll get all of our updates! #3.1.2
357d ago by N2NOther | View comment
Thanks for for reading. It's not just Titanfall that is making me buy the system. But rather it's the first game that is making me pull the trigger on it. As I said in the article, I do love the Xbox brand and has they not reversed their policies, I would be owning only a PS4 this generation.

So technically, I'm putting out on the second date;) #1.2.1
358d ago by N2NOther | View comment
The "Them" in the title are fans of the policy before the reversal. The "us" are people like me, who are fans of the way things are now. #10.1.1
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