So they're handing Sony and Nintendo 50 million customers? Yikes.
I'm a collector, so...no, it's not.
The GameStop I was just at said they won't be accepting trade-ins at launch. No word when either. Microsoft really needs to step their communication up. They're making the PSN Breach communication looks like the best thing since sliced bread.
I'm paying one. The one I've been paying for the past 2yrs. PS+.
Rentals and borrowing not being supported at launch make me think they will be...at some point and with specific retailers/renters.
The 360 is why he has a Lambo. Of course he supports Xbox. Still like the guy.
Both imo. That or he just lives in a completely different world than his consumers.
Gamers WILL give up on the console DRM, blocked used sales and always online.
PS4 PS+ member get a free game a month (or is it 2?). I'm not worried after getting 71 games over the past 2yrs as a PS3 plus member.
Very. Not only is it a tremendous value, but keeping PS3/Vita play free and needing PS+ for PS4 MP isn't that bad. It was good enough for Microsoft 8yrs, right? It's only $5 a month right? Quit yer bitchin'. I mean, PS+ member get a PS4 game free at launch (Drive Club). How is that bad?
When you look at gamers vs Internet access vs online gaming vs offline gaming...no, it's not too early.
Foxgod is clearly trying to sound as if he knows what he's talking about. Protip: He doesn't have a clue.
Folding at Home was cloud computing (distributed computing). This is nothing new. No matter what MS says.
Sorry it went a little over your head. Try this - Rome: The QTE. Better? EDIT: *bows* ;)
The brutal (press X), proactive (press Y) combat (press B) of Ryse: Son of Rome.
Expect nothing less.
Hence Titanfall appearing on PS4 in 2014.
It's EA. Of course it will.
I am informed. You being unable to name games and resort to "troll" as some sort of deflection speaks volumes.
Yeah, I have a feeling this will be on PS4.
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