Can't actually believe I'm seeing comments defending this. You're all actually insane. "If we continue to get games....." no, you're point ends there -- you were already getting those (mostly dreadful) games before the price hike and now you're paying extra and you're not getting anything more or less than what what you were getting before. Would be less egregious if were some actual benefits. Oh, and enough of this "less expensive hobby" nonsense -...
I bought it the day it came out on PS4 and it ran like crap there too, just like every other Unity game on PS4. It may have been patched since then but I haven't played in a while. Now let's all calm down with a nice game of Broforce at 15fps.
Yeah, have been taking advantage of that in 2 and 3. You can't slide in 1, though. You have a short amount of time to jump after running off a ledge too but It's not reliable enough, sometimes you just fall to your death.
Not when you're dying for reasons outside of your control. I've lost count of the amount of times I've jumped towards a ledge only to have Crash slip off into a pit because of this "Pill" hitbox nonsense. To be fair though, it's mostly only an issue in Crash 1. The level design in Crash 2 and 3 is nowhere near as punishing and Crash's expanded moveset really helps with the platforming. Started to really enjoy the Nsane Trilogy once I got the first game out of th...
Yeah it was a great game, my only problem with it was the fact that so much of the game is dedicated to long, barely interactive sections like pulling the container out of the river and the prison section and the scene later on with Nate and Sam breaking into the house as kids. The puzzles weren't great either, and they're a total slog to get through on repeat playthroughs -- that one where you have to take pictures of the paintings spring to mind. The biggest and best set piece in th...
Yeah certainly seems that way when every comment here that is saying anything remotely negative about the Playstation is bombarded with "downvotes" despite being truthful for the most part. Speaking as someone who is not absolutely insane, the sheer number of games on PS4 with input lag issues is ridiculous, and the few attempts to fix these problems have resulted in graphical issues like improper frame pacing and screen tearing, it's just not acceptable, especially for those wh...
LOL I know right, I mean Tomb Raider and PREY were able to fix the input lag issues by introducing frame pacing issues and screen tearing, and I mean who really needs a consistent frame rate in a fighting game??
You're all maniacs on this site.
You're right, the difference is that the first Walking Dead game was at least somewhat entertaining and very rarely removed your ability to run through long non-interactive stretches just to artificially lengthen the game. The Order looked great and had some fairly solid combat but it was an absolute chore to play through. You can let this one go lads, the PS4 has plenty of good games at this point -- you don't need to pretend anymore.
Really need to fix the fact that link can instantly heal from eating. That's what I was expecting from hard mode.
If the game can be beaten in 2 hours, but it's a killer 2 hours, then I think most will just keep the game to replay in the future. If the game can be beaten in 2 hours and it's absolutely dreadful like, I dunno, Amnesia: A Machine for Pigs let's say -- then it's awesome that customers can get their money back.
I never thought for a second that a game like Nier would sell 1 million, don't think Square Enix did either. Could see this coming after the success of P4 on the PSvita, but still -- a weird, turn-based JRPG with sim elements sitting at the number one spot in the charts in 2017 makes me happy.
So not only are we getting loads of interesting, single player focused games, but they're actually doing really well too? Almost too good to be true.
I wouldn't go that far, but I get where you're coming from. It really struggles to maintain 30fps and that's with constant screen tearing. Really horrible performance on console but the game was so damn good that I could overlook it.
See this is the problem with this goddamn site. He is right, you are wrong The PS3 version of Bayonetta is by far the worst version. It never even comes close to reaching 60fps on PS3, and the input lag meant that the higher difficulties were basically impossible. You're not helping anyone by saying there's nothing wrong with it.
I'd love to see Bayonetta come to PS4 because it's a great game and deserves to reach a bigger audience...
They've released far better games than Assassin's Creed 2 in the last ten years. Far Cry 3 and Rayman Legends are two of the best games they've ever put out. Everyone is just sick of this open world Ubisoft formula where the map is littered with icons and boring side activities.
Got this on Steam and it's surprisingly good. One of the better 2D Souls-like games.
Apart from the Diablo games, I'd say those scores are all fair, especially by today's standards. You left off the only Edge review I have a serious problem with: 7/10 for God of War 2...... Insanity!
To be fair, the only reason I bought Persona 4 on PS2 was the 9/10 Edge sticker that was plastered on the box. They were championing this series for a long time.
Oh my god. This is one of the best multiplayer games I've ever played, but for some reason it never seemed to reach its full potential on Steam. Kinda hope they make it a PS Plus game at first because it genuinely deserves to be as popular as something like Rocket League.
Not a Double Fine game. It's an old Lucasarts point n click and it's brilliant.
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