seriously, when was the last time microsoft took your breath away like sony does?
this game is ass.
What was the point of this?
no need for a price cut so soon. it sells just fine at the $300.
its the mighty number 9 of xbox exclusives.
did the ps3 outsell the 360? i think it did but this entry says otherwise...perhaps it should be corrected. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/...
i expected the sales to be strong but hot damn...this not only proves the strength of single player games but the importance of exclusive titles - well...quality exclusive titles. congrats, sony! well deserved!
this is the dark souls of n4g posts...
SO MUCH YES FOR PARASITE EVE!!
getting some serious stranger things vibes off that monster.
i agree and that's why i think a collaboration would be best. they need to broaden their scope of what story-telling is.
I wouldn't apply a God of War-style of storytelling to say Mario or Zelda. But Nintendo could take a dormant series like a Startropics and turn into an epic tale.
its a definite perk for existing xbox one owners but the engagement just isnt there. the percentage of folks playing these old games is a very small fraction. upscaled classics arent enough to sell a console. it just feels like a distraction and a cheap talking point. microsoft really needs to get its house in order. what good is having a 4K machine if you cannot achieve the level of detail of horizon, or god of war, or spiderman? a powerful console can only take you so fa...
that actually sounds like a lot of fun!
so here's the thing about MS. they could very well put on a great show. but in order for it to have an impact, sony and nintendo have to do nothing - and that will never happen. microsoft talks a big game and i honestly would love to see them deliver. but i dont think they could announce anything that will draw in massive amounts of xbox one sales. they have made it clear that they are creating a marketplace for their titles as most of their big ips are also available on pc. sony and nint...
dont forget death stranding!
and there will be: horizon, nioh, death stranding, dreams, spider-man, detroit and the list goes on and on. there is no shortage of new games that will push the boundaries. but there are plenty of titles that could use a revist. and given how masterfully companies like bluepoint games have handled them and vicarious visions with crash, i wouldn't mind a complete overhaul of some of the games that helped shape and mold the playstation brand in its early years.
I agree, but the games on the list are synonymous with the Playstation brand. Even as a collaborative effort like we saw between Activision and Sony for Crash Bandicoot, I feel like a similar kind of deal could happen here with Sony leading the charge and reaching out to the proper brand stakeholders.
N4G is a community of gamers posting and discussing the latest game news. It’s part of NewsBoiler, a network of social news sites covering today’s pop culture.