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Most of the hate is bandwagon, repeat information. Notice the majority just rinse/repeat what each other says rather than forming their own opinions. It's one thing to share the same idea(s), but most of it is just "following the leader."

I don't "hate" 15, but I was highly disappointed with its execution. I played both demo's of the game (Platinum, and the one with Type 0), and actually forced myself to play the game itself for long enoug...

250d ago 1 agree0 disagreeView comment

I tried watching one of PewDiePie's videos, and I honestly don't see the humor in any of his content. His market is towards manchildren and kids. I'd take down his videos as well if I was a publisher because he (PewDiePie) does promote inappropriate behavior, and reading between the lines basically says "act an idiot and get paid. Act like a human and be poor."

To be called out once, and lose sponsorship is a big detriment. To do it repeatedly mean...

252d ago 6 agree7 disagreeView comment

Hopefully. Or probably like they did with Shenmue 2 on Xbox; release a "movie" which shows the highlights of the first game to get people ready for the second.

253d ago 7 agree3 disagreeView comment

What's this thing called a girlfriend you speak of? The only dates I get, are updates.

Really though I had a bad experience with a non-gamer female friend (never dated, or did anything), and I will not make that mistake again. From personal experience; if they can't take the time to try and bond with you through your hobbies, and yet you can make time to learn what they like, move on.

255d ago 7 agree0 disagreeView comment

How about fixing the ability to use blueprints in the Collection Box? I hate how I have Legendary blueprints there to only find out later I can't do anything with them but level up.

255d ago 0 agree0 disagreeView comment

The root of the issue is the ones defending it aren't paying out of their own pockets. Let some of those "fans" pay $30+ per instance; they will sing a different tune then.

256d ago 1 agree1 disagreeView comment

Same here with being picky with new purchases. I remember having to be the first one to own a new game; now I only pick/choose what I know I will put some time into. I spend $60 for a good experience; not hype, or because a developer made it, or because the Internet says you have to.

In fact, some of my best experiences this year weren't $60 games, but indie titles.

257d ago 0 agree0 disagreeView comment


There are some games where no matter how slow/fast you play, it will be completed in an unrealistic time frame due to skill, time, etc. on the player.

I remember when MGS 5 Ground Zeroes was "the thing," and I completed the main mission in under 30 min, while others spent over 2+ hours just on the first part. It didn't change my opinion due to speed (or story), but how the game itself was.

I have my reasons for ...

257d ago 2 agree1 disagreeView comment

Translation: Game isn't as large as expected.

257d ago 19 agree15 disagreeView comment

How can something make a comeback if it never disappeared in the first place?

260d ago 0 agree0 disagreeView comment


I'd also like to add if gaming is your passion, and you're in it to make a difference, it will show. If you think with your pockets first, you will not succeed.

262d ago 2 agree1 disagreeView comment

I'll wait for a Chrono Trigger or Final Fanatsy 3/6 reprint. Although I would buy this if it wasn't $100.

262d ago 0 agree0 disagreeView comment

I had more fun playing A Kings Tale than 15 itself. Final Fantasy just isn't the same once it became Square Enix; whereas SquareSoft made some damn good games.

269d ago 2 agree0 disagreeView comment

You didn't type the f- word enough to be upset about it.


This is why I'm not even wasting my time on one until there's an abundant amount available so I can purchase one when I can. After the whole fiasco with the NES Mini I found alternative ways to enjoy NES games rather than buying one from a scalper. I'm going to assume 85% of the people buying one don't even care about the console itself (or that Star Fox 2 is included), but ...

271d ago 0 agree0 disagreeView comment

The ones who approved of this, I bet is having a field day, and getting a good laugh out of some of the responses on here. This is nothing but pure flame bait.


If you bypass the trolling, sarcasm, and bandwagon answers, there's only a handful of people who legit, want x play between Xbox and PS4. It's apparent the only reason MS is making a big deal out of it is to get the fanbase on both sides to put Sony under pressure to allow X play to he...

274d ago 3 agree1 disagreeView comment

I still don't see how trophies can help sell a game honestly. It's basically an electronic checklist the designers provide to play the game their way instead of playing how you want to.

Bronze - Clear X stage
Silver - Kill X and Y boss under Z time
Gold - Complete game on hard
Plat - No life this game

For competitive purposes, for the challenge, and/or to verify someone completed said game, that's one thing. Howeve...

280d ago 0 agree0 disagreeView comment

An all digital future will never happen for 2 reasons:

1 - Not everyone has reliable, fast, Internet whenever they want (and some still don't have Internet connection). So some markets have to rely on physical media in order to get some sort of fan base.

2 - Net Neutrality goes under, ISP can easily say, "No, we don't like X and Y games on our service" and ban/block access, forcing customers to basically be stuck with software they can&...

280d ago 3 agree1 disagreeView comment

I looked at the list, and while a gold or plat isn't available, why does it matter that much to have one? When I can afford it I'm going to play the game. Why? I'm a big fan of 2D Sonic, and I like the Sonic CD remaster on the PS3 they made.

Lack of Plat and/or Gold trophies is the least of my concerns; how fun is the game? That's the important question.

Edit: I see some of the responses are blatant trolling, and sarcasm; either way ...

280d ago 0 agree0 disagreeView comment

I say this:

Offline (single player where no multiplayer is present at all), do what you want, because YOUR game is affected at the end of the day (and if you're smart enough to have a back-up save then you're golden)

Online (and/or multiplayer) - depends on the circumstance. About 99% of the time, ban/suspend with a revoke in whatever the player(s) worked towards. There's moments where someone did a bug/exploit with 0 knowledge of knowing it...

281d ago 0 agree0 disagreeView comment

My vote goes to yes; there's a few I met in person, and some I didn't even know lived in the same area until later. Everyone I meet is a friend? No. But I have made some irreplaceable ones through gaming online.

282d ago 16 agree0 disagreeView comment