In my opinion, I think it's petty to discuss terminology in such a serious light. It's not that big of a deal - most if not all gamers know what is what. The term "next-generation" speaks of technological advances from the current generation, whether it be of video game consoles or computers, for instance. People misuse a lot of terminology, but it doesn't need to be treated as such an ordeal.
What a horrid article. While I would love a female protagonist in Grand Theft Auto, this article does no justice in the argument of why one should be included. Plus, GTA 5 already has its three protagonists - they should be talking about GTA 6 (providing the possibility of there being one) instead of GTA 5, where it's too late to change anything so drastic four months from launch.
I always buy preowned games mainly because there are no rental stores within 40 miles of me aside from RedBox - if I don't like the game, I can return it within a week for a full refund or exchange. The second factor that compels me to purchase preowned games is the price; if I can save money (whether it be a mere $5 or a nice $10) I'll buy it preowned. On a rare occasion, if there's an online pass I'm missing out on (that is if I even want to play the game on...
Like I said previously, writing a blog about this subject will not yield any results. Making indiscriminate attacks towards the staff is not a wise action and as dedicatedtogamers said, if you don't like the website, the door is ready for you.
It's a well known fact that there will always be spam profiles created on websites like this. Even if the staff install one of those CAPTCHA systems to deter spambots, there's always a way to circumvent it. With that being said, however, is it not bad taste to write a spam blog about spam? N4G is about gaming - spam is not gaming. :P (that was a joke, in the event that someone decides to take it seriously)
Piracy and hacking are against federal laws in my country and breaking those laws are not acceptable. There is no room for leniency or debate on that part. In my opinion, the bottom line is that the law is against it and that is the final word.
I completely respect your viewpoints and I'm glad you're able to determine what you would better benefit from as a gamer, but speaking from a purely general stance, I think it's quite nonsensical for us gamers to make our decisions based on what we've been shown and told. It wouldn't be the first time that a technological marvel's details were exaggerated to entice consumers and there's always the possibility of a last minute change that may make o...
Excellent! I'm excited to hear the news!
No one said it was current generation exclusive and since it's being released in September, it's not a stretch to imagine it being developed for the PS4 & Xbox Durango/720/Infinite.
It seems as though you're the one who's preemptively counting unhatched chickens here; my statements were based on what we've been shown and the details that have been released. Quality is being determined based on what we have seen, not the overall game - obviously - as they have not been released. Don't get ahead of yourself.
I already have the game and all of the DLC but I'm definitely stopping by GameStop just to snag the game case.
It's funny you say that about Grand Theft Auto, but not Call of Duty, which has been recycling the same material since Modern Warfare. Grand Theft Auto games always bring something new and innovative to the table and while Call of Duty games are fun, there's little to differentiate one from another. With Grand Theft Auto, however, there's more than enough substance to keep the series going. What troubles me most is that you're basing these opinions on what, tw...
Very well said, sir. I've been meaning to touch on this subject, but quite frankly, I couldn't have said it better myself. Excellent work!
I don't believe the overall quality of games are declining - I think it's lack of focus on crucial aspects. You could have the most graphically advanced game of the generation, but that doesn't excuse a 5 hour campaign with little to zero replayability, with a $60 price tag.
Frothing at the mouth? As opposed to what, the loins?
Lord Jesus. This game looks horrifying. I can't wait.
How can anyone possibly judge what console has won the next generation when the other contenders haven't dealt their cards yet? Completely illogical.
I'm not surprised. Heavy Rain was a great game. Very original and very innovative. It was the reason I bought a PS3.
Regardless of the score, this is a game that will make you soil yourself. I played through five to ten minutes before I leapt from my chair and ran out of the room. I haven't touched the damn game since. God bless those who can manage to complete it. Even with the audio muted, it is a force to be reckoned with.
I would die for an Archer video game. Sweet Jesus, gimme gimme.
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