@ TheCommentator: For me Sony had the best show because they showed the most games that interested me. It really is that simple. I don't care about VR btw.
Who said that?
Well... can't argue with that.
Actually Sony wanted to save The Last of Us II announcement for E3, it was Naughty Dog who wanted to reveal it at PSX.
Can't believe this has to be pointed out to people.
If they don't want to, they don't. That's what he's saying.
It's simple, they deliver a constant supply of great software that gamers want to play. No 'features' are going to beat that (whatever it is you are referring to). It's not that they can do no wrong, it's that they do a lot of things right.
I can agree with some of those points but complaining about the lack of Death Stranding and Shenmue III when we knew in advance both of these weren't there (which was a decision by the respective developers) seems a bit strange.
Agreed. Regardless of your stance on backwards compatibility this article just comes across as whiny.
That's exactly his point...
Can't wait for Part II.
It started out as DLC but it grew into something more and now it's a standalone expansion.
Good to hear.
No, it's not the same thing. A remaster is what we got last gen, in the HD Collection for PS3. This is a remake.
They said it will be comparable in length to the early Uncharted games.
"A game has a 2160p frame buffer output. That includes Native 4K, Checkerboarding, and Dynamic Resolution."
I hope people can now stop acting like checkerboarding is some kind of horrible embarrassment.
For me it was Sony, with Nintendo a close second.
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