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.
Most of the games Microsoft showed this year were announced at E3 2015 or earlier, so...
Glad to hear it.
I disagree, I like hearing about games long in advance. Of course, there is a limit, but I don't mind waiting a few years, I'd rather have that than not hearing about them at all. Sony's show wouldn't have been as exciting without games like God of War and Death Stranding in it, they look awesome and I don't mind waiting for them.
It's probably just too early to set a date for some of those games. And E3 is meant to give a look at the future, not just the coming holiday period but also beyond that.
It looked very unique and intriguing, it really sets it apart from most games. It's very confusing indeed but the trailer also had a distinct look and feel to it and it's very promising.
I meant the trailer (which is what this article is about). Don't know anything about the game.
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