I think you should make that title more specific to XV.
Exactly. We JUST saw them playing the actual game. This is just blatant trolling.
Technical problem in wtf is "developpement"? It sure looked like it was fine last week when they were playing it at the video game awards show...
Gears is on PC.
I don't think I could ever do without having consoles and a PC. I just love going between the 2. Well I have a PS4 and Wii U, but PC is my main. Being able to take a break from sitting at a desk and using monitors (which I do like) and going to the living room with my 120" screen is a nice change up.
Whaaa? It's about to get GOTY though!
Ha honestly a large percentage is, hell I'd even say over half.
Majority of Steam reviews are positive. So I'm expecting it to be pretty good.
@Fitgamer Haha you rather a Scuf which is far more fugly looking?
Haha Jimmy Fallon is so fake.
Yeah sadly I think that game is no more.
Didn't Nintendo officially say it doesn't?
There's no way it will be happy let alone super. Unless killing them all makes you gay.
Ha you know it will be the same as always. Maybe 3 or 4 games the first time, then 4 months later 4 more games.
Expect something along the lines of the lie coming back and causing them to split apart and Joel ends up dying and Ellie then blames herself for abandoning him and what not.
I think the AI of Trico is the biggest problem.
Wow Gamespot giving this game the highest rating out of any big game site is incredibly hard to believe. Usually they rate games lower than IGN. I guess this guy didn't run into all the problems most people have been.
Rented it from Gamefly and played it for a few hours before feeling like I was wasting my time. I guess it's not terrible, there's just way better PS4 games.
I was disappointed I couldn't kill Yennefer.
I agree I was expecting it to look at least on the same level as the new Ratchet and Clank game. Instead we get this average looking Skylanders style.
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