@kaiserfranz, well said!
Well, that's nothing new. They announced a long time ago that each episode will be released monthly. The last episode will arrive in August. August is basically the end of summer. Nothing new here at all.
I don't think it'll be "the future" of gaming, just a part of it. Episodic games are fine once and awhile, when they're done correctly, but if they became the primary release model, the gaming industry would implode.
Well, the list is obviously incomplete.
Well, April is part of the first half of the year. January through June is the first half.
Slow news day? HITMAN's episodes were confirmed months ago.
Fine with me. Two weeks is nothing; I have plenty of other things to do in the meantime. I can't help but laugh at the comments from people who've completely disregarded the article and stated reason for the delay.
We won't see demos make a comeback any time soon. Developers bank on blind faith, which is why even beta access is far and few between.
Uncharted is a Sony exclusive, so no.
I wasn't pitting the two head to head. I wasn't even comparing them whatsoever. I was simply saying that Uncharted 4 and Rise of the Tomb Raider are the two best looking games I have ever seen. You don't need to go on a comparison tangent, lol. Now that I think about it, let me add Until Dawn as well. Uncharted 4, Rise of the Tomb Raider and Until Dawn. The three best-looking games [of this generation] that I have ever seen.
I really can't believe how gorgeous the game looks. It's definitely the best looking game I've seen so far, aside from Rise of the Tomb Raider. I can't wait!
What a waste of an article. IO Interactive have only been telling everyone since the beginning that the only way to play the beta is to pre-order the game.
I wouldn't mind. I picked up a preowned copy from GameStop a few months back to have a go. It was pretty decent, but I didn't find it worth keeping, so I returned it after a couple of days. Wouldn't mind having a free copy, though, that's for sure.
Actually, I found DriveClub's handling to be much better than Forza. Forza's handling is the number one issue I have with the franchise. The Horizon series' handling is better, but DriveClub has the best handling in my opinion. I hope they never change it.
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I hate headlines like this. Many people have heard of Stranglehold and even more people know who John Woo is.
Laura Bailey said it well enough herself; no additional commentary from me is required. However, I will say this: if you care enough to complain about a white actress portraying a black character or vice versa, I suggest you step away from the computer, go outside, get some friends, find a job and do something with your life, because it is clearly sufficiently lacking if something like that bothers you.
Grand Theft Auto Online was pretty fantastic at launch (aside from the bugs and glitches running amok) but as it became more "pay to win" with the microtransactions, I just don't find it fun anymore. It's a lot more tedious to make money, even grinding heists, when everything costs way more than it should. Some people don't mind and hey, power to them. I would just much rather spend six hours of my time with other games than trying to hit $2,000,000 in GTA Online.
Must be a slow news day.
I'm surprised that Nathan Drake, Dante and Aiden Pearce are missing on this list. The author must not have played a lot of modern video games, then.
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