@creatchee That was Halo 3 multiplayer, but new maps. I think what Ps4SaleLOL was talking about was an actual ODST multiplayer, with all the features and the like.
This would be great and all if this pack hadn't come out a month ago.
@minimur12 And what, exactly, constitutes a "real name" (or "game", if you meant to type that)?
This would explain why I haven't been able to pre-order from GameStop.
Kotaku are also reporting this rumor: http://kotaku.com/is-ps4-la...
@Hicken BioShock was published by 2K Games, not Microsoft, and Mass Effect was published by Electronic Arts on the PC and PS3. So every game I previously listed is either a first-party exclusive or a second-party exclusive. I consider Killer Instinct first-party simply because Microsoft owns Rare and Rare owns Killer Instinct. Whether that counts or not, doesn't matter to me.
Killer Instinct, Forza 5, Ryse, Crimson Dragon, LocoCycle, and Powerstar Golf are published by Microsoft Studios. DriveClub, Killzone: Shadow Fall, Knack, and Resogun are published by Sony Computer Entertainment. That makes them all technically first party exclusives, while some are considered "second party".
Still can't wait for this. Demo out on Tuesday for XBLA, PSN, and PC!
Release date for Japan set at February 22, 2014. Ouch.
It worked for Street Fighter and Mortal Kombat, so I don't see why that wouldn't work here. But I'm sure they know what they're doing.
How old is this article? It mentions Half-Life 3 possibly being announced at E3 2012.
Page has already been taken down.
Calling him Dr. Strange is confusing as all hell, as he is Hugo Strange, not Dr. Hugo Strange (in the comics, at least). But I hope this one matches up to the first two. It's been a great series so far, and I'd love for them to continue with that record.
Article says that the New 52 is a Marvel event, as well as saying that Copperhead went to Dr. Strange for genetic modification. I think some proofreading is in order here.
A USB 3.0 port.
PS4's software will be Gaikai. Xbox One's software will be its instant nature. Software does not necessarily mean games.
Is it still cool to refer to the new Kinect as a "spy device"? I must have fallen behind on the times. Nobody is complaining about the millions of Kinects already sold and connected to Xboxes around the globe. You can't just sit around and be afraid that the government is spying on you; at that point, it really would become "1984". It's the fear that eventually bread loyalty to the state. And why would I spend $400 on an Xbox One w...
The Kinect is used for more than motion gaming. My wife and I use it to order around Netflix and the dashboard when we're taking care of our kid or we're in the kitchen and she's in her play yard. The ability to say "Xbox on" and "Xbox off" is honestly a godsend for people like us. I used to be a hardcore gamer back in the PS2 and early 360 days, but now I guess I fall into the "casual" demographic because I started a family. I also d...
Talking about used games still? Where have you been?
Well, it IS a Source-powered game, so yeah...it's pretty scalable.
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