I don't trade my games.. so I have all my games ready to play at all times, no clutter in my media center and no worry about a damaged disk.. plus new games are only a click away..
So yeah.. you do you, but physical isn't better then digital in my world.
Why? If I really want to play destiny, cod, Madden/FIFA, GTA etc etc.. including the games mentioned here, wouldn't the best place to play them be attractive?
There was no need for ps4p by that logic but it seems to be popular nonetheless
Yeah.. kinda weird , I highly doubt they release this year as well..
But being the best place to play those games will go a long way..
Last I saw, they both stopped giving sales figures at 80m.. and both got blown out by the damn Wii so .... Lol
PS3 sold a literal ton of consoles as nothing but Blu-ray players as well.. and I'm still not sure how a warranty return counts as a sale in any industry..
And let's face the simple fact you guys never want to acknowledge.. 360 stole that market share from Sony because it played mutliplats better. The same reason ps4 is killing it this g...
People probably hate you for making stupid statements like this one.. lol
fair enough... but vinyl and film offer advantages (i guess you could call them) over digital beyond convenience..
but you are 100% correct on needing disks today and in the near future.. while someone like me can pretty easily get a 120/20 unlimited package, i know many people even 20min away from me forced to pay obscene amounts for essentially dialup.. or what about people that rely on that trade in to buy other games etc?
we arent all in the same boat...
yeah, it is... but that doesnt mean there are no games to play.. ive said it 100 times, exclusives dont mean anything... games are games.. they exist solely for platform holders to sell hardware..
every single one of the best selling games of last year was on xbox one.. (yes, and ps4.. but thats my point)...
its crazy... those 100 games on my harddrive plus the countless ones i havent bought (yet) dont exist in your world?? something strange is going on here ¬_¬
aww... its so cute to see that headline repeated.. and its probably obvious that the guys making controllers arent the guys making games :)
You wrote something that utterly stupid and have the arrogance to call anyone else retarded?
I think the problem is they have set a home console, it just isn't theirs.. lol
I tried this trick with my roommate months ago and went back as it's a pain in the ass..
Lol. Yeah ok
75m copies of their last game alone.. doing some flawed math, let's say they sold copies for $50.. that's 3.75 billion dollars in revenue!!
Who is even remotely close?
Sealed, Built in batteries are never a good thing.. ever
Get a set of rechargables and close the cover..Boom.. exactly like the sealed controllers, only with the ability to replace them .. it's crazy to me how people are actually against it
you do realize playing cod, bf, destiny etc better will be a far bigger draw then any of those games you mentioned right? nobody ever wants to admit multiplats are what drives this industry..
the fans huh? you mean the guys that seem more interested in xbox then they do the console they proclaim to be so superior? lol
lol.. games go to companies that pay to make them..
Want Japanese games? Buy a Japanese made console, not an American one..
Pretty simple concept I would think.. lol
can only disagree with the cost... when was gaming cheaper? lol... i remember those cartridges being $50-60 when i was a kid
I kind of like the monthly only setup.. it's almost like a rental fee..
Either to binge on a bunch of games or just to play a specific title they've added.. I may only grab it once or twice a year but love the idea
The amount of work done on the server doesn't translate to data sent to the user.. some calculations take a super computer weeks yet the final answer could be 1. Lol.. exaggeration but it how I see the bandwidth problem.. it's not sending textures etc, it's a steaming text file..
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