Not really interested in these newer consoles. I think I'll just go with the OG models.
I just wish a failed AAA game didn't have the possibility to sink a dev. It's still a very volatile industry.
Well, if more devs find it easier, then they can continue doing console work over PC, I guess.
I don't have a PS4 (not yet anyway, but I'm saving up!), so all I got was Disney Art Academy. hehe
Inafune talks about maybe biting off more than the team can chew, but then says stuff like doing a sequel, anime, and live action film for a series that doesn't even have its first release yet. What a con artist and a disappointment, as someone who loves Mega Man. Though he didn't really create that character either...
Play it! It's the best of the campaigns imo.
Sumo Digital last did work on Disney Infinity 3's vehicle stuff, I believe.
If the visuals are somehow downgraded again, then no. haha
Finally the realism in games we've been waiting for.
It's number two on the list, so you have some company at least!
That's a mighty convenient plus!
I always thought AAA meant budget.
I never played the original based on feedback, but the sequel looks appealing to me.
Looks interesting so far.
All I want is Ubisoft to quit doing its usual "here's an impressive trailer/demo that will look much better than the actual final product" routine. That's the main reason I steer clear from its games.
Would love to see a return to one of Rare's older IPs.
I love the Dead Rising series. Hope this new one is just as solid!
Hi RosweeSon. I mentioned Nightmare in Dream Land in the Kirby's Adventure entry since it's a remake.
I'd like a new Xbox and PlayStation 4 upgrade if only for the selfish reason that the vanilla versions might come down in price for me to bite!
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