Who cares. Everyone fishing for Likes and approval.
If you switched from Playstation to Xbox ....... its not that big of a deal. They are just games.
It's always been that way on here. N4G speaks for the world remember
N4G is like the American political system. No research is needed, just say what you want and make it sound good.
No, because everyone who didn't own or want a microsoft console stated that it looked like trash.
No one cared about the series when it was multiplat.
I need Mass Effect Trilogy on XBone/PS4 please!!
Scorpio = Xbox one performance boost?
How do some guys get marked for trolling for things that seem petty, but others can actually troll hard and go unscathed?
Edit: Can't wait to see what Scorpio can do. I like the PS4 pro.
It's looking like a fast paced shooter (from the 2 minute video). I'm sure they are waiting to show all the actual good stuff.
Oh, the resolution game.
I played Lost Odyssey last night, and never even thought about what resolution it was running at. I just enjoyed it.
I actually did not buy any this time around, or even over the summer. I have such a huge back catalog of games that I need to play that it made no sense for me personally, to go spend more money. I usually buy gifts for my steam friends but none this past holiday.
I can't wait until next year though.
Good for Sony, and those who only care about if their console is winning in sales, because that automatically make games on the other console(s) worse.
......... That's why it's called NPD.
This is edit: I didn't realize the article was about more than the U.S.
They said from t beginning..................... ............. "digital purchases".
Where was this stated?
I was getting ready to state that the game library features have been there for a while, but I forgot that I'm in the preview program and have been using them.
It was an "article" a few weeks ago
.............. of war!!!
......... All DLC plus an extra mode?
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