Ok, I didn't know all that. I thought Kitchen was the tech demo, but good to hear.
There is no way they can sustain this kind of gameplay for an 8 to 10 hour campaign. There must be stacks of "normal' sections, too
Wow, I love this series. Super surprised by the score, what is Ubisoft doing?
Game looks like a pant-filler. Not sure I'd find this "fun"
Maybe, but also they are started to link these servers together. Like Battle.Net
It will come out on consoles for sure. Can't make enough money off just PC
Really fun read - it does not mention it but I found a free sample on iTunes that has like 1/3 or so of the season in it.
That's a decent argument. Personally I don't know if between e3 and, say, Christmas, there is enough to take a game from announcement to release. Although Fallout did it last year.
It will be lower in my opinion this year. VR will up the amount of games announced and releasing soon after
I'm really hoping for some God of War 4 love and fascinated to see what Watch Dogs 2 is looking like. Titanfall 2 will also be a very interesting reveal. Mass Effect Andromeda and Legend of Zelda are also high on my interest list, and I expect Bethesda may have a sneaky announcement. Going to be a good show.
That is what I thought, but then EA reworded it - http://www.playstationlifes...
Why is it a reboot? Would have preferred it to have added to the original
How does it differ - don't you need the game to be a player?
Having plenty of fun with the game, but worried if I will still be going back in a month.
I did like Force Unleashed too
Great concept but I'm sceptical it will work as planned.
Which game was best? I know many of you will say KOTOR, but X-Wing v TIE Fighter or Dark Forces are my fondest SW memories
All versions launch alongside the NX yes
Can't wait to see the write-ups, but kind of pointless showing the old-gen version if you ask me given it is out the same day as the NX.
I thought this was an awesome score until I saw that it is getting perfect in a lot of places. Hope this is not being over-scored.
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