I have faith in him and his studio.
Probably at least some of those. He was also really impressed with Media Molecule, but that was mainly about the atmosphere and creativity of that studio.
Then they shouldn't have keep showing it at their shows, up until the most recent E3.
Yeah, good! Less games!
Then why did Microsoft keep showing the game, up until the last E3 only a few months ago? You would think they would have seen it coming. It's Microsoft's own fault for hyping up this game for years and then suddenly out of the blue cancelling it, and now we just have to accept that this is good news '4 gamers'?
Yeah but he's probably also referring to DICE's Frostbite Engine and perhaps some of Sony's UK studios (Media Molecule). And of course Guerrilla as you said, the technology he opted to use for his new game.
There was also a possibility for it being a good game. One that Microsoft has been hyping up for years, I might add.
You'd be surprised: https://twitter.com/ThePieP...
He's using Sony's performance capture studio in San Diego.
Edit: I'm aware of the location of Amsterdam, I live there. :P
Microsoft has enough money. If the game needed more work they should just have delayed it.
"The Last of Us was an overrated, repetitive and trendy game. It was loved by the fanboy simply because it was console exclusive."
Look, it's fine if you didn't like the game but this is just bs.
"Scalebound was delayed to sometime in 2017"
Yeah, Microsoft could really use less games...
Sorry, it's already been confirmed to be true.
As a PS4 (and Xbox One) owner I was genuinely looking forward to this game.
"After careful deliberation, Microsoft Studios has come to the decision to end production for "Scalebound." We're working hard to deliver an amazing lineup of games to our fans this year, including "Halo Wars 2," "Crackdown 3," "State of Decay 2," "Sea of Thieves" and other great experiences."
The difference is that this game was being made by a proven dev (Kamiya) and studio (PlatinumGames).
"Microsoft has a big year ahead, especially with the scheduled release of Project Scorpio. A PlatinumGames RPG could make it a lot better, but isn't completely necessary."
I disagree. Microsoft sorely needs a bigger and most of all more diverse gaming line-up. What do they have to replace Scalebound with?
What's next, Crackdown 3?
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