What a horrible thing to say. You essentially embodied everything wrong with N4G in one post. Congrats.
Apple's placed a significant emphasis on the device's gaming capabilities. It's not there yet in terms of being a casual box, but there's potential.
I'm going to get a lot of hate for this one but I still think the Apple TV has a lot of potential.
Not sure about that. I know for sure that fans of the multiplayer are going to be super happy. Those who are primarily singleplayer gamers? I have a feeling they're going to find a lot to hate about this game.
I really liked the game, but parts of it disappoint me.
I have a feeling this is going to end up being one of the most divisive entries in the series' history.
Sony's PlayStation VR is certainly a better looking device. The Vive is really awkward to put on and looks kind of strange in-person.
No one in this story was looking to mock anything or any company. When you try PlayStation VR yourself, unless Sony solves the resolution issues, you'll understand exactly what we're talking about.
Except that it doesn't look like PlayStation VR will even be HD...
Thanks, for both of us, that was the biggest issue. PlayStation VR's image quality killed the experience for me and it was super distracting.
How is it a failure? It's literally the most promising set top box I've seen in years.
I'm pretty excited for it too.
Yes, yes it is.
Yet Microsoft won't publish a sequel... so yea, It didn't sell ENOUGH.
I don't think Alan Wake 2 is ever going to happen unfortunately. It just didn't reach the audience Remedy hoped it would, despite the fact that it was a great game.
I think he'll survive.
If there were mobile games at E3, I didn't see any... like anywhere.
It's amazing how this game doesn't actually suck. FMV has become a thing in 2015 and I'm still shocked.
This game is crazy hard. Even some of the training levels are challenging.
Maybe because he holds the attention of one of the world's largest audiences?
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