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Well, assuming the content is the same in both versions and the Switch one doesn't suffer from performance issues, I can see why many would be enticed by it. The art style allows the game to look good on weaker hardware and the ability to play the game anywhere is great.

I really liked the original one on PS3, but in the end, I played VC2 significantly more than the first one due to the fact that I almost always had that game on me thanks to the PSP. The same could hap...

1d 20h ago 2 agree6 disagreeView comment

Tell me where I can find a new Vita in Canada at the MSRP and I'll gladly buy one to replace my aging launch one. But last time I tried to find one, they were either out of stock or was overpriced Japan imports.

It's as if Sony themselves couldn't be bothered to sell the Vita in North America.

2d ago 1 agree1 disagreeView comment

Funny thing is, were Disney to back out of the exclusivity deal they have with EA, the latter would most likely end up with a huge sum of money from Disney while the former would look around for the next highest bidder, which would probably be Activision or Ubisoft, two major corporations with a track record about as bad as EA's when it comes to anti-consumer tactics.

It could probably end up like this, EA makes a huge profit, closes down Respawn and their Star Wars gam...

84d ago 2 agree0 disagreeView comment

EA's track record with their acquisitions tells a lot. I my memory serves me well, when Respawn was created they wanted to be independent and own their own IP. They already had their differences with EA back in the MoH:AA days, which prompted them to create Infinity Ward with Activision, and following the fallout with Activision, they created Respawn. To go back to being just another internal developer at EA simply seems like a bad move on the long term.

99d ago 4 agree0 disagreeView comment

No Panzer Dragoon Orta nor Deathrow, hopefully they are added soon though. And, quite honestly, considering they own the IPs, Microsoft could atleast put their own games on there, like Brute Force and Blinx.

120d ago 3 agree0 disagreeView comment

I think a no combat mode can be interesting. But obviously it only works with certain games. So to say that it should be a standard feature is pushing it. I can only think of a few games in the last decade where exploring the world with no combat would have been interesting.

136d ago 1 agree0 disagreeView comment

Nintendo, like the other big players in the industry, gets some things right, and some things wrong. By purely listening to its fans, the Wii would have never happened and Nintendo would have missed a hugely profitable console. The DS would also have never happened, therefor costing Nintendo most successful platform. Let's never forget that the reaction to these two devices when they were revealed were lukewarm at best, fans were asking for a more traditional follow-up to the Gamecube and...

149d ago 1 agree0 disagreeView comment

Performance gains might have dropped but power efficiency has increased. And until AMD manages to beat them in performance, Nvidia has few reasons to change their strategy. Focusing on efficiency allows them to dominate the laptop dedicated gpu market while amd still doesn't have anything to show on that side. And by looking at vega's power requirements, they're not ready to compete on that front.

159d ago 3 agree0 disagreeView comment

Was there really a choice though? Being a portable device, the options were limited. A disc based system would impact the already limited battery life and take more space in the compact chassis of the system. It would also need to be a proprietary format, but the same applies to the carts. Internal storage only would have forced to either drastically increase the internal storage and therefor the cost of the console. They went with the only logical option.

161d ago 3 agree1 disagreeView comment

Hopefully they can hire some people experienced with shooters this time around. The first one had its moments, the RPG elements were fine although shallow when compared to most RPGs. But the shooting was pretty bad; loose controls, at times unresponsive and an overall unrewarding experience.

161d ago 3 agree0 disagreeView comment

I still don't understand why there's no cross-save in Destiny 2. They most likely already have the data they need on the servers to enable it. Having cross-saving in Destiny would only help them sell the game twice or even three times to the same consumer. I for one would be willing to buy the PS4 version as well as the PC version if cross-save were to be enabled; I have the money necessary to justify buying it twice to play it early and with my friends on the PS4, but I do...

168d ago 3 agree0 disagreeView comment

I really don't understand why there's so much fuss around this news. The slim model has been out for quite a while, and I believe production of the original model stopped a while ago. Just like when the Xbox 360 S model came out, the S is there to replace the original model. The same applies to the PS3 Slim or the PS4 Slim for that matter. When they come out, they usually have the same MSRP as the original one, sometimes even lower if the maker feels like it's a good time for a pr...

176d ago 3 agree0 disagreeView comment

Hopefully they do a better job with this one than what they did with Dawn of War III.

181d ago 1 agree2 disagreeView comment

I think owners of the Uncharted 4 package that was available at launch are getting it free.

181d ago 1 agree0 disagreeView comment

Can't they simply do what streamers have been doing in other competitive games for years, and put a delay on their stream?

204d ago 0 agree0 disagreeView comment

Awful list, many of these games weren't Xbox exclusive and can still easily be found for a few bucks on PC. Why play Morrowind on Xbox BC when pretty much any PC sold these days can run it better, same with Max Payne and Battlefront II. Xbox BC should focus on games that haven't been released elsewhere, games like Panzer Dragoon Orta, Deathrow or even Brute Force.

223d ago 0 agree3 disagreeView comment

Microsoft has allowed Rare to work on a Nintendo platform in the past (Diddy Kong Racing DS and I believe a few other handheld games). So while Goldeneye is unlikely to happen due to the rights to the Bond franchise, Perfect Dark, Diddy Kong Racing, DK64, JFG and Conker could possibly happen. I think Microsoft is open to doing business with Nintendo if it doesn't threaten their console and if there's money to be made.

With that being said, I feel like out of the few...

236d ago 0 agree0 disagreeView comment

I do hope we get some of the big but less successful games on the Switch, as opposed to only getting the usual games. I do get that Pokken and MK8 made sense and that Smash Bros and Hyrule Warriors will likely get ported in the future, but I feel games like Tokyo Mirage Sessions, Bayonetta 2 and Xenoblade Chronicles X deserve to get a chance to be showed to a wider audience.

236d ago 5 agree0 disagreeView comment

Well, he isn't completely wrong. The original Xbox was the most powerful of the three consoles. The Xbox 360, while proving to be less powerful in the long run than the PS3, was the most powerful console when it was launched (a year before its competition). Obviously this was not the case when the Xbox One launched, but with Xbox One X, they can once again claim to have the most powerful console hardware, until the next generation.

248d ago 0 agree0 disagreeView comment

I do believe that porting Wii U games, as well as some remasters of Gamecube and Wii games, to the Switch would help the console. My guess is that many 3rd party publishers are still thinking about publishing on the Switch, but won't until it gets a solid install base. Ports and remasters are a relatively quick and inexpensive way to add games to the console's library. Best of all, it can be done by smaller or less experienced studios, which means Nintendo's first and second party...

290d ago 3 agree3 disagreeView comment