Shadowolf (User)

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I'm looking forward to this one! #1
13d ago by Shadowolf | View comment
Great find, thanks for sharing, just got it for $20 and preloading now...can't wait. #2.6
34d ago by Shadowolf | View comment
I don't know where you're getting your information from, however to be more accurate about Amy Hennig's footprint on the series, she was head writer and creative director for the entire Uncharted series. She wrote and directed the first game, wrote most of part 2 and was in charge of the complete project, then she wrote and directed part 3.

Sure the series will continue to be great without Amy at this point as most of the heavy lifting has already been done. Takin... #1.6
39d ago by Shadowolf | View comment
July was expected, however August could be different in the US for Microsoft with the arrival the Gears of Wars Ultimate Edition arriving on August 25th. Some Xbox One Gears bundles could sell like hotcakes in the US.

Nevertheless, with PS4 exclusives like Everyone's Gone To The Rapture, Until Dawn, Risen 3: Enhanced Edition and Volume all coming exclusively to PS4 alongside the Call of Duty: Black Ops III beta coming exclusively to PS4 in August, it will not be easy for... #34
52d ago by Shadowolf | View comment
I'm with on that, a well told narrative is always a good time. I've actually had my eye on this one for awhile as well. Might be time to make the investment. #1.1
86d ago by Shadowolf | View comment
Incredible! #4
88d ago by Shadowolf | View comment
I would agree the Wii U definitely needs a price drop, however for the PS4 and Xbox One, not at all. For PS4, its current momentum is still too high to drop the price. They are making money hand over fist worldwide, with each PS4 sell continuously adding profit to their bottomline, not including software sales.

Another Xbox One price drop would not to be feasible for Microsoft at the moment. With each system sold they are losing money however, they are able to leverage the br... #8
142d ago by Shadowolf | View comment
Hilarious! #6.1
142d ago by Shadowolf | View comment
Valid points made in the article. All we can do is hope for the best. #1
142d ago by Shadowolf | View comment
Wow! That listwar site is a serious eye-opener. I never saw a software comparison so detailed. When you see it laid out like that it definitely changes the perspective. Of course, I aim to stand on the side of respecting everyone's subjective view, however seeing this software breakdown says a lot about the success of each platform and where they stand today. #11.2
144d ago by Shadowolf | View comment
This sounds like a great idea. It depends on how much value they place on the platinum trophy...if they even go in this direction. Again, this would be a great idea! #6.1
146d ago by Shadowolf | View comment
It would be great if Sony implemented the option allowing PSN users to gift games to their friends, like Steam. #12
146d ago by Shadowolf | View comment
DriveClub is clearly a better graphical expression overall. The one visual advantage of Project CARS is found in the way the wet tires kick up water realistically. What I also find most interesting is the PS4's ability to put out games that graphically rival high-end PC titles like Project CARS. This is possible due to the level of development talent working as first party devs for Sony despite the horsepower found in high end PC 's. It's all about the developer talent and not alw... #28
148d ago by Shadowolf | View comment
While Project CARS is a beautiful game, from my experience with all three racers, DriveClub takes the crown in graphical fidelity. This comparison video is sound, however seeing the weather/rain effects and the environment comparison in realtime without the compression of youtube make the differences even more dramatic.

However, as someone stated before, Forza Horizon 2 due to its massive scope is indeed doing a great overall job despite having to give way to resource balanci... #36
150d ago by Shadowolf | View comment
I was really not expecting that much of a contrast between the PS4 and Xbox One versions of Project CARS. Sure, the resolution difference is commonplace for many multiplats in the PS4's favor, however this video is a serious eye-opener with the Xbox One version looking toasted in comparison to the PC and PS4 version.

It almost seems like the video isn't real, that's how bad it looks. Wow! #18
151d ago by Shadowolf | View comment
I've personally tried games like Killzone 3, Lost Planet 2, God of War Ascension and Uncharted on PS Now and the experience is truly a great one. Of course I am fortunate to have a great connection so I can't speak for those with a sub-par connection. I've yet to try a multiplayer game on the service but so far it's been great. #6
181d ago by Shadowolf | View comment
Exactly! This is foolish in so many ways. #6.3
193d ago by Shadowolf | View comment
Interesting... #4.1.2
205d ago by Shadowolf | View comment
Exactly! #17.3.1
206d ago by Shadowolf | View comment
It seems unlikely that Microsoft has sold through 11.6 million Xbox One's to consumers. My reasoning is founded on Microsoft's November 2014 announcement by Yusuf Medhi:

"Shortly, we will have sold in to retailers more than 10 million Xbox One consoles."

VGChartz numbers are saying that the consumer demand for the Xbox One si... #19
206d ago by Shadowolf | View comment
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