The whole point of the link was that they partnered with oculus.
"PlayStation is a business that is known to iterate and to evolve hardware products." This means the first version of this will be useless in the next 2-3 years probably. He would have talked about updating the software otherwise.
I'll get the switch for Zelda alone. Xbox is going to have to blow me away for me to buy the Scorpio this year since I already own a One.
The absolute rage the advertisement articles cause is hilarious. If you do care so much then start a class action lawsuit for false advertising.
I just don't understand why they don't make a console and a handheld. It's so simple but they need their gimmick. So annoying.
You're an idiot if you think GOW, Ni No Kuni 2, Death Stranding, or The Last of Us are coming out in 2017.
Why is this conversation still a thing?
I work 3-12 hour days and 1-4hr day so I have plenty of free time. Git Gud.
I don't buy games based on reviews. I feel people should go in blind and experience and form their own opinions. I get some people like to read and get the general consensus on how it plays. If I do this I usually end up fixating on a problem that stood out to them and I don't enjoy it that much.
I'm hyped for Agony. It looks so interesting. Not an instant buy but I can't wait to see where it goes.
On the website it says 117 for xbox and 38 for PS4. I think people are just recycling stories for clicks.
Only if you cum with me baby
This Sony dating site is getting more pathetic by the day. Cute to watch these fanboys fawn over each other for doing absolutely nothing. "'Our'console is winning. Take me home!"
If they advertise, plaster their name, and buy the rights to play exclusively on their console then they should take at least 10%. Just saying pal
Yep. Remastered games are tough. Thanks for the reply boo
Love you dad.
Slaying it like that superior mod support and taking the blame for no man's sky. Oh wait...
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