Not worth $60 confirmed! I mean this is only half a game, right? You know, since Titanfall is only half a game, right? This is like, the same thing, right?
Sooooo 37 PS4 reviews vs 13 Xbox One reviews. OK
@Megaton He's been wrong more than once. He talked about Mirror's Edge being shown at the MS E3 conference. It wasn't. There are more, but I'm not in a position to dig them all up, but that right there shows he's not always correct. I put little to no stock into what anyone says that isn't confirmed. NeoGAF has a weird god-like worship for the "guy" because he's obviously been accurate more often than not...
He's been wrong quite a few times. And what if he's right about 16 maps?
A lie by omission is still a lie.
Because Respawn isn't owned by EA, and they are simply publishing. Using Frostbite means they would have to license it. Sure, the licensed Source, but it probably made more long-term financial sense for the upstart.
Right, because they only created the most successful franchise of the past generation. Clearly they've done something right as "below average developers." And Jason West hasn't been at Respawn for well over a year.
I chalk this ignorance up with the same people that were surprised it had no single player campaign and no split-screen. Google "Titanfall" and "Source" together and you will see this information dates back to before E3. It was a known thing. Can't help others' wilful ignorance.
This was a known thing since the reveal in June.
You, sir, need to calm down. I don't like fanboys, but how are comments on a news story, regardless of how accurate, "DESTROYING THIS INDUSTRY?"
I'm no Nintendo fan, but there seems to be a whole heap of context missing from that quote.
This makes more sense to me. EA most likely got on board with MS's bad policies and wanted to force Sony into going the same route. Glad that blew up in their face but I hope this doesn't adversely affect Respawn.
That was a very poor decision regardless, then. Even if PS4 only sold 2 million units, that's 2 million potential sales they wouldn't be getting.
Why though? Should single player games be only $40?
Hi, thanks for reading. I am the author of this piece and a huge COD fan. Nothing about their single player campaigns is "tacked on." You may not like them, hell, I thought Ghosts was weak myself, but the amount of effort put into these campaigns hardly qualifies as "tacked on."
First of all, the list is "soundtracks," not "scores," so the fact that there is little "original" music in the GTA games is completely irrelevant to the list. Second of all, I don't really care about scores all that much, which is why my list has 3 GTA games on it. I prefer licensed music. So how is my list, which adheres to the ONE criteria, and that is that it's a soundtrack in a game, a "cop-out?" ...
I'm Sean from GH and my list doesn't have any.
They're fun, though.
Sony sold 80 million PS3s after spending at least half the generation with multiplat games that performed better on 360 (Skryim, The Orange Box, Oblivion, Bioshock to name but a few). I have both PS3 and 360 and I played nearly all of my multiplatform games on the 360 (Skryim being one of the exceptions, oddly enough). I went with PS4 first this time for a lot of reasons (mostly because they killed it at E3). I am saying this because I honestly don't thi...
The fuss is from the people that don't. Not all games are for all people.
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