One thing I will give Nintendo credit for, they're releasing a gaming console FIRST, the extras come later depending on demand. I know a lot of people argue "I want X and Y because I want options outside of gaming" however it's more to patch/fix/update through patches. So many people whine and complain because some patch releases which has little to no fixes towards the gaming aspect; more towards the extras.
I have personal reasons why I'm waiting o...
I actually miss Demo CDs, they provided just enough to expect what's coming down the line. Now? If you want a chance into a bet/demo, pre-order. Back then? Buy the magazine, go to Pizza Hut, or borrow from a friend.
I saw both Ghost Recon and The Division as both Tom Clancy stories, and both third person games; so there's the similarities. However, as someone mentioned they are two different games overall.
The Division focuses on a story regarding New York after a modified small pox virus releases, and there's limited options regarding completing missions, there's the Dark Zone (which I fell defeats the entire purpose of working together as the theme of the game suggests),...
I actually had more fun exploring what was available than doing the missions. For once I actually felt a real world, not just a bunch of sprites running around GTA style. Repetitive missions is expected from games like this, the good news is there's multiple ways of approaching certain missions. Some I felt the options were limited (like the mission with the guy and girl bosses) however I still like I can at least get lost on the map just by driving/walking around.
I'm going to spend a lot of time playing this game. Amazon prime provided a big discount for the Gold Edition which I was able to overlook my initial statement back at the beginning of the year (waiting to buy games with season passes), and I am impressed with the Beta.
I'm reserving judgement of bugs and glitches until after initial release - doesn't make sense to scream about bugs when it's not final representation of the game itself.
How many are actual gamers, and how many are scalpers just to take advantage of the situation?
I still vote Marvel vs Capcom 1 as my all time favorite of the series, then 2 for the roster. I also like Capcon vs SNK 1 and 2. I hope the original Capcom can get together a Capcom vs SNK 3.
"If" PETA gets their way with this, it's only the first step towards many other bans/restrictions with other games regarding various content. To ask someone to get rid of something not real is grasping at straws; its fake characters for goodness sake. There's this magical thing called "not buying the product" if there's something you don't like.
I agree with the author on this - there's bigger issues going on involving animals, an...
Twenty years later, I'm still trying to figure why 7 is the "pinnacle of the series?" Personally, I prefer 6 over 7, however, I know just because I questioned why 7 is better I'm going to get a lot of down votes and massive trolling. At the time yes I was part of the "7 is the greatest" bandwagon; then I played 8 (which I found better in some areas), then I was able to play 6, which I found certain parts much more structured than 7. Biggest being a more diverse ...
I hate how some of the boss fights repeat themselves, especially with some of the bosses joining newer bosses for the "added challenge" which I call annoying. I made it to stage 10 on the floor with the Sumo Wrestlers but haven't been able to try again. When I have free time this weekend I'll try it again.
Not a bad game for $7. Could it be better? Yes. Is it a flop/bad game? No.
I grew up on the older games, so playing this takes me through memory lane. There are a few balancing adjustments they need to make; biggest being some of the boss fights. Seems stages 5-8 I end up wasting credits/continues, when I can play 1-4, and 9 without dying.
I just stay out of anything political, to prevent hatred from any side of the spectrum. I did vote, and when people ask I tell them "I voted, that's all you need to know." Regardless of who/what you voted for, someone is going to hate you, and someone is going to make you their new best friend.
I want a release date for Postal Redux for PS4. Some sites claim Q4 2016, however March is considered the end of Q4 2016, so unless it's releasing at the last minute I want something showing it's still getting a release soon. If it's canceled let us know so I can move on.
Good, I hope they go under. They have laughable quality in the majority of their products. The people working under them should relocate so they can find work under a different brand
I'm in the same boat; I'd rather play the game than watch someone make silly comments, ruining the experience. The only streams I'll watch is game play of a new release game to see if it fits my gamer needs, or if I'm stuck somewhere and exhausted all other options.
Maybe the occasional speedrun to see if I can match it. Otherwise, I don't care for lets plays. I know people argue in favor of them, but it's not the same feeling of watching someone ...
I went to the us.playstation site and nothing was listed, so I didn't bother. I know some of the people are saying it's on their Twitter page, but all they ask for is #game and something else, not a site where they ask for email, name, and bday. Yet I get downvoted for asking a legit question to prevent phishing/scamming.
The f- does it matter? Are people this hard up to find something to complain about to force a developer to change clothing because someone looks different in another outfit? Even if it's a bug (yes I did read the article), if it doesn't interfere with game play, or cause issues in the future, I wouldn't care. Blizzard could have easily had something like "while it's not a harmful bug, it could cause problems in the future" or something like that; which would make ...
Sounds too good to be true. I checked the Sony site and didn't see anything listed about this. If anything is official from Sony or playstation post the link, otherwise this sounds fake.
I've talked to someone around your age regarding their preferred gen of gaming, they like the community of today, but prefer the 80s-early 2000s due to simplistic controls and fun factor.
No, still game all the time, just when I'm not busy with college. What I like about older games over whats out now:
Years later I can still access them physically, and whenever I want
Bonding with friends
I can't say the same with today's games. Granted some can be argued the same points with todays gaming, but it just doesn't feel the same today as i...
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