okay...and what does that have to do with this?
This is dumb. If I have to play hours and hours of repetitive gameplay to get to one more new thing then what is the point?
Helps to read the article.
It really isn't, they were always going to do a 4x4 map. Miramar was supposed to be smaller, but then they kept expanding it.
iPhone X was my choice for the X hardware this year. Already have a gaming PC, so not much point to upgrade my S.
Um what are you talking about? They released a few patches with a big one fixing the animations and looks of NPCs in ME:A.
This is a very shoddy analysis. They base that "ultra" is the same as XB1X just because it says 4k. There are a lot of settings that could be on the PC version that you adjust that might be lower and can't be changed on XB1.
Can we stop with these stupid "release date leaked by retailer" stories? They are guesses on the retailers part, I bet Sony doesn't even have a solid date yet.
FYI A TV having hdmi 2.1 does not equal having all the features.
Nor will any probably until 2019.
Thanks! This will help me afford all the P5 DLC!
Article is a bit out of date now. It should be recommending the 7 series lineup from LG.
Sounds clickbaity. Was anyone really caring how it compared to FFXV? They are totally different games.
Yeah, after playing the first few hours myself and reading through this I can say this article is pretty off the mark. Like taking their opinion of the script and story direction so far as undisputed fact (it's fine so far). Also gotta love how this writer put in "no one plays Mass Effect as a guy, right?" when BioWare's ME3 statistics show 82% of people played ME3 as male shep.
Yeah, CDKeys doesn't really count as a place to cry doom for a game. You could get it for just as cheap a few weeks before launch there.
I'll always be a resident of Vita Island.
When will the day come we all realize a release date posted on a retailer before the official announcement means nothing? R* probably doesn't even have a date yet.
Good for them, was a really great experience and I hope we see more from them soon.
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