"Sony has taken Spiderman as an exclusive"
No, Marvel was the one who approached Sony for their new Spiderman game.
Without exclusives there wouldn't be a point in having multiple systems. Without multiple systems there wouldn't be competition, which would not be a good thing for the gamer. Exclusives are necessary, and give each system its own identity.
I don't know which games you've been playing, but titles like Infamous Second Son and Uncharted 4 are a huge step up compared to their PS3 counterparts.
I could see them trying that but it wouldn't end well.
Yeah because of that there isn't much chance they will do that. But it would make sense within their current philosophy, where Xbox is more of a service and not tied to a specific platform. But now you have to pay for online on one platform and not on the other, kind of strange.
They didn't show one game. Zelda was obviously the main focus but they showed other stuff as well.
Are you sure? Wouldn't they have called it 'remakes' instead of 'remasters'?
If they truly want to dissolve the walls, I hope they will make online multiplayer free on the console as it is on PC.
One of the best announcements of E3.
Good article, I agree with most of what is said there.
Yes, it has been confirmed to be real before E3 started.
There were rumors about God of War, Spiderman and Days Gone, but no one saw Kojima's game coming. True, it was just a teaser for now, but still a big deal, and much more than anyone could have expected.
Not necessarily. Take Wii U for example, it's a successor to the Wii yet it supports Wii controllers and games.
Because I possess a skill called patience.
Days Gone was not 'meh', people who saw the behind closed doors demo were very enthusiastic.
Edit: this video for example, they specifically say it's more than just another zombie game (for one, the creatures aren't zombies): https://www.youtube.com/wat...
There is no rule E3 games have to be playable in a few months. I'd rather see what the future holds, for the coming months and afterwards. And Sony's conference was a lot more exciting because of it.
And who would've funded his project then?
I thought so too, but the strange thing is that the Q&A that info is coming from has been deleted a long time ago. So maybe things have changed. Here's the original source (or rather 'was'): https:[email protected]
"Speaking on the concerns of fans that we may be shifting to mid-generation console refreshes, Andrew House confirmed that Sony is not moving from traditional console lifecycle. “I’m certainly not making that statement”, he added."
Hm, I would call God of War, Death Stranding, Spiderman and Resident Evil 7 megatons.
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