@Heelix: Don't forget the porn. Hardware sales were strong but software, not as much because of the two p's: piracy and porn.
If true, weird that they would tie it in with BO4, since it was developed by THAT Infinity Ward, which feuded with Treyarch.
Staring Roman Reigns, Seth Rollins and Dean Ambrose. Brilliant!
Jaffe was always a fun interview to watch. Hopefully, he and the rest of the people at the studio find employment soon.
Not only the music, but the sound design. I play on open back headphones and feel enveloped by everything. Masterfully done.
A day late and a dollar short.
BR is already a thing.
I wish someone would look for the "next big thing" rather than make a battle royale clone.
I'd be happy if he had said, "...and it doesn't take forever to load into a match!"
Stiff? BC2 was stiff. Personally, I liked how much you could tailor your control scheme and sensitivity.
You should. It's a must play. I won't. Not for a bad reason, though. There was something magical and...sad about it. I thoroughly enjoyed it but I remember questioning why my character was doing what he was doing. There isn't a way for me to recapture that. I'll just read you all enjoying it while I hold on to my nostalgia. :)
At least it smells a little better than it did at launch.
@XMarkstheSpot: I wonder how many white pair of sneakers I can collect. lol
Enjoy getting 20 identical white shirts with your crates! :)
The first one was always my favorite.
I remember reading an old Dev diary. I think it was Uncharted 2. Dude said the same thing. Putting everything together is stressful because, individually, things look broken. But once everything is put together and starts working the way it should, they start feeling better.
@kevnb: Just about every 4k TV on the market, supports some form of HDR. Monitors have not reached that point of saturation yet.
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