To be fair, you make a pretty good point. It would have at least been nice for God of War: Ascension to be included with the GOW3 remaster, but never mind. Personally, I'd be happy with just Uncharted 1 and 2. For some reason, I didn't enjoy the third game anywhere near as much.
I can't work out if that's a serious suggestion, but personally I would love that! I still don't understand why the original was received so badly.
Yes, Connor was a bad character. Seriously. At least, that's my opinion; I never said other people weren't entitled to theirs.
That's actually a good point. But to be fair I'm not suggesting they should drop it. I'm just saying that, in it's current form, it has very limited appeal.
You make some very valid points, but the cynic in me says that aiming a product squarely at the casual market is a risky strategy. After all, the reason why the PS4 is such a big success right now is because Sony appealed to gamers.
Agreed. But it's fairly obvious that future Minecraft titles won't appear on PlayStation platforms, so it could tempt console gamers into buying an Xbox One - which I assume is Microsoft's intention.
I think you'll find that FFXIV is mentioned. :)
I've only played ACIV for around 5-6 hours now, but so far it's definitely been a smoother experience than ACIII. That video is epic though! :)
To be fair, I did mention that some of the games are coming to Vita and/or PS3 too. That said, the main focus of the article is definitely on PS4, which is why I settled on that title. :)
The fact that 'games' is plural has nothing to do with it. Look at the example below: Which games is John playing? Using your logic, it comes out as 'Which games are John playing?', which is clearly incorrect.
How so? I assume you think it should be 'are' instead of 'is', but it's actually the latter that is correct because Sony is singular.
An excellent point, although the cynic in me wants to say that was Flower.
I made the decision to look at all of Sony's first party studios, but only a selection of their most notable second parties - otherwise the article would be much, much longer! A new HSG is a good shout though. :)
We can only hope, but don't forget that a small team is still working on DLC for the first TLOU.
Just after I posted the article, I kicked myself for forgetting Heavy Rain. As for MGS, to be honest I didn't really know where to start! :)
I heard that too about Jak and Daxter, and expected it to be a terrible port, but I was pleasantly surprised when I actually played it; hence why it made it onto this list. You'll also notice I do mention it's technical shortcomings in the article. As for Limbo, that's definitely a cross-buy game. The PS3 and Vita versions weren't launched at the same time, but they work in the same way as any other cross-buy game.
The Blu-ray version isn't, but the PSN version is. Edit: At least, it is in Europe.
Good one! Although I was kind of coming from a non-violent standpoint. :)
For anyone who cares, here are a few more games that were on my original short list, before I cut it down to just ten games: Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood Demon's Souls Grand Theft Auto IV Gran Turismo 5 Heavenly Sword inFamous Killzone 2 L.A. Noire Red Dead Redemption Rock Band 3 And that's still not even all of them! :)
I understand what you're saying, but I still believe that TLOU is, for all intents and purposes, a zombie game. A quick google search of 'The Last of Us zombies' delivers 318 million results in 0.2 seconds, so it would seem my opinion isn't completely unfounded.
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