I'd have to say the SNES. It had so many ground breaking games: Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past, Super Mario World, Illusion of Gaia, Turok: Dinosaur Hunter, and on and on...
"Seriously the gaming industry is pure capitalism at it's finest right now"
Nothing wrong with that. Capitalism = an economic and political system in which a country's trade and industry are controlled by private owners for profit, rather than by the state.
You don't like the price? Don't buy it. I know I won't for $60. They will either lower the price or lose sales. It's their choice. They own the game. If enoug...
I'd say you're thinking correctly. I doubt the 2tb version is the $299 model. I'd say they'll be more expensive the more storage they have.
That looks really nice. Glad I held off on getting an Xbox One so far. This is something that really interests me!
Yeah, don't do that again. If there isn't a score on the review FROM the website that does the review, then it is assigned NO SCORE here on N4G.
"So by that thinking. If a kid cheats on his test, he should automatically be banned from school his whole life?"
Really? I mean, really??? lol
Talk about false analogies.
"Let's say you buy Overwatch speding $65 and decide to boost because, hey why not?"
Why not? Because it's CHEATING.
There's this thing called "free will". No one forces anyone to cheat. There are always consequences to actions (at least there should be). If you cheat, you pay the consequences if you're caught. Don't want to be banned? Don't cheat.
Pretty much the same for me and my friends who co-op DS3
Already moved on.
Well, that's quite the over-simplification of it. It's called pushing an agenda. And frankly, lots and lots and lots of people are tired of that very thing. You're free to support it with your money and buy it. Others are free to NOT support his agenda pushing and not buy it. Easy peasy.
Edit for below: Again, with the over-simplification of it. Let me try your fun tactics.
"Hey friend, let's play that new game by the douchey D...
It's almost as if game development is also a business. Of course people have the right to decide what they want to support with their money. Sure he has the right to do whatever he wants to. He can create a game where we do abortions on gaming characters because he might be pro-choice. That doesn't mean I want anything to do with that game. I never said HE didn't have the right. Just that it's idiotic. I guess the "in my opinion"...
"Last I checked, most guys don't mind a lady in the stall next to them at all." I mind it. Alot. Hell, I don't like to use public restrooms anyways, but to think that there's a woman in the next stall to me, while I'm (no way to be nice about this) defecating is way beyond wrong..
Edit: Gender neutral restrooms are perfectly fine if it's a single seater and the door locks. Other than that, HELL NO.
No, it's not bullying but him inserting himself into this is, frankly, idiotic. Just like when singers spout their political BS on stage, I don't want gaming devs to spout their rhetoric either.
It depends if it's a female-female or a male-female. Yeah, it's come to this.
They way I view it... if it dangles, use the Men's restroom. If it doesn't, use the Women's.
No, it's not LITERALLY GOTY. It might be after the votes have occurred later this year/early next year.
However, I also believe it's the presumptive winner so far. :-)
While, UC4 definitely is a GOTY nominee, I wouldn't say it's the first. I have to say that Dark Souls 3 is definitely GOTY material too.
I have a feeling that UC4 will get it though, based on the reviews and my past experience with the franchise.
No, I'm not seeing that, blackblades. There are some wonky things going on though. I think things will smooth out after a few weeks. I did submit feedback on the comment issue though. I have to agree with you. It's pretty annoying.
Same thing is happening to me. Yeah, it's not really useful when it does that.
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