Death Stranding stole the show for me, overall Sony's conference was awesome.
I wonder why it has to be a full year after the US, but it's better than nothing.
I personally don't mind games being announced early, these press conferences are meant to give us a glimpse of the future, it doesn't have to be the immediate future. Of course every console needs a steady supply of games, but that's something different. E3 is the place to show us the future and make us enthusiastic about it, and Sony sure did that.
I was hoping to see more of Ni No Kuni 2.
Best show by far.
From what I understand the Neo supports 4K video and HDR so it's more like the Xbox One S than the Scorpio.
Well, if it gets it's own library of games on top of being significantly more powerful I pretty much consider it a successor.
It's happened before, but 4 years is pretty short, especially for a console that was pretty expensive (500 at launch). Also, in the 'Tier 2' countries the Xbox One came out in 2014.
So then it's basically a successor to the Xbox One. Or a semi-successor at least. I'm actually kind of glad to hear that.
Yes. Actually, Microsoft just said that it might get its own games that aren't on the XB1 (Shannon Loftis said this during the Youtube E3 stream).
Also, what happened to the cloud? I thought that was the secret sauce that was going to give the Xbox One unlimited power?
Specs don't matter as much as games do, this has been proven time and time again.
Every XB1 game is coming to PC, that's clear by now.
Anyway, game looks nice, kind of like DMC.
Microsoft just seems to have their own idea of what an 'exclusive' entails.
In the individual formats list, Uncharted 4 is still at number one: http://www.chart-track.co.u...
"Look at me! I'm interesting!"
Well deserved for UC4!
Maybe because The Order is from 2015? Besides, many people don't think it's that bad at all.
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