SweatyFlorida (User)

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Yah...lot of those themes look like garbage they told their artist to paint real quick. Skull eye? gnarly wolf? cyber wolf??? WTF how random.

The dynamic space ones are nice however. Hope they make a bloodborne dynamic theme when it comes out! #18
You do know this game is created by a japanese dev that's is suppose to appeal to the japanese market right? I hope you realize that and that not every game which is made for morpheous or PS4,whether pre-luanch or post launch, is made for the western audience. Comparing this JAPANESE game to Project Cars and Star citizen?? Cmon now #1.2
At 1st sight I thought the original trailer was amazingly done, and we'd finally get our D&D dungeon crawler of the modern era, to which sadly was let down by some strange, and very japanese f2p game with fantasy aspects.

The graphics aren't even the problem, I guarantee if this game was made to look more in line like I mentioned, at full price, people would be waayyy more hyped about it then they're clearly not now. #10
Dat short term memory #1.3.1
Pokken fighters? #11
Those designs look worse then ones seen on Deviant art, yeesh.

I do agree that the Pokemon formula should be done more, surely Nintendo/Gamefreak can't be the only ones to make a popular monster rpg since the beginning of the Gameboy till now and in the future... #18
I didn't even realize they were going to make you pay for the service, on top of paying for the actual rentals(or am I mistaken?). Smh, PS+ subscribers should get access to the service for free. #14
I can see this being their motive. But I see a lot of people under pricing as well just to be as cheap as possible, when in reality Sony will only, at best, meet expectations half way.

The main problem I see is the varying prices. What they need to do is set a cap price for the highest prices a developer can price their game at, and those should at least be fair (No, not $5 for 4 freaking hours, try $2.99 instead, or $1.99. $7 for 7 days, etc), with cheaper, less popular game... #3.3.1
They're testing prices, anyone can see how ridiculous the options are and how stupidly the 4 hour vs 7 days vs 30 days is. Furthermore, they're a business, so naturally they'd start off with the highest prices, and will change(lower prices) according to feedback since I'm sure they rather people use the service with fair prices, then no one at all with the current model, same goes for 3rd party.

But lol at "Sony's Doomed because their optional rental... #22
Good for xbox, and hope they succeed, but when Ps4 and WiiU do less than 10k units each on average (no big release) every week there, that isn't saying too much. Not to mention new hardware almost always sells the most out of everything when it first releases (aside new software). #15
Was about to say this. Sony needs to crack Nintendo's turf with PS4, since while the WiiU had a head start on the other consoles, it's still not too far behind the Ps4 in sales, and can catch up during the holidays especially since Ps4 doesn't really have too much exclusives these next 5 months or so.

Xbox in japan will be lucky to even match Sony's number there. #8.1
And be late to the party again this generation?

But yah, Nintendo has its hands full with its current situation, wasting too much effort/resources on something that may just end up being a gimmick despite the current buzz wouldn't be smart. #1.1.3
Well look at the PS4 and the whole "no games" meme flying around, I imagine most of their studios have their hands tied, though I doubt Sony would invest too much into Vita anyways since Mobile is just too much to handle, not even 3DS is doing great (good numbers, but not great like the DS was) despite having tons of software on it and being fairly cheap.

Hand-held gaming devices era is over, or at least, have very tough competition now. #7.1
Minor upswing, but still an upswing I guess. People should really look to Ps4 numbers compared to Wii U in Japan to really get a clue of the whole situation. Microsoft might as well not waste their time in there despite them saying they have something for Japan.

Japan is a lost cause for consoles atm, the mobile market is way to big there and is eating consoles market share alive. When people call doom and gloom for consoles, in Japan's case they're 100% right. These... #7
I think the author is trying to say the value proposition is better compared to say, the original Xbone+Kinect "bundle" for $499.

A PS4+TV for $499 means Sony would also compete with that bundle and offer "a better deal" in a sense, as well as compete with the non kinect version with the original standalone Ps4. Obviously if you weren't interested in the Ps4 you probably won't give a crap, but there's a lot of people still on the fence of purc... #8.1
For this game in particular, and in the current situation, not a chance. Ps4 hasn't even hit a million consoles sold in Japan yet. Most Japanese have moved exclusively to mobile now for gaming.

I'd "be surprised" if Destiny scraped 500k for Ps4+Ps3 combined in Japan. #4.1.2
Glad to see WiiU doing better, hopefully the great E3 they had can maintain decent sales until Smash hits. It's a shame that E3 2014 Nintendo came this late, Wii U might have been in a different position had it had this presence Nintendo gave at 2014 E3, at launch. #11
That Destiny+PS4 Bundle just got that much sweeter! #8
Late next year at the least, probably will dip into 2016. Sony have said the tech is finished, all they need is convincing games to form a catalog to release the hardware with. #1.1
It's more of a "VR isn't ready for the mass market yet" sort of thing, which is true. I'm sure the tech is fine, but the games, experiences, availability, and form factor are not quiet there yet. Give it another 5 years and it'll be ready to go big.

Also both devs+gamers are viewing VR wrong. It'll go big once the tech gets implemented at big electronic stores, and even owned booths at malls, where you can try the VR on for a few bucks and play d... #20
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