Especially compared to the last mainline elder scrolls Skyrim cost $80 million from what I have found.
In perspective Skyrim was supposedly $80 million. Kingdom come had half the budget and it was on consoles that cost more to develop asset wise. It makes perfect sense in that perspective.
Probably just say I said there was one and then no one wanted to talk about it. Then use that as an excuse to sign some bs executive order against video games probably to create a rating system. He was clearly oblivious to the esrb last week.
Enjoy prop hunt from time to time when it's available, makes me a bit if a nervous wreck, but it's a fun mode imo
Dead space extraction and medal of Honor Frontline on PS3 are the only ones that come to mind
Plus the extra ram might let them port down some of the new textures.
It's only 720p 30 in handheld, docked is 1080p
Must have learned their lesson from Titanfall 2
Activision gave up that ip a while back, i'm not sure who owns it or even if someone does have exclusive rights to the game license.
Yeah you and pandemic made a really great game. It's a shame about the latest though
The dice la team is the name for the team that used to do all the medal of Honor games back in the day. After the last moh ea restructured the team and they started making battlefield dlc.
They don't exactly have a great track record and the studios they have kept open aren't as good as they were before the purchase. Bioware, criterion, and Dice LA (the old medal of honor studio) say hello
Plus if you fiddle enough with the accessibility options mixed with some of the game's option, you can get real analog aim on the right stick and movement on the left stick (albeit digital movement).
While the psp was successful as a handheld, I don't think the process of playing on the TV was. The psp go had the controller support it was a pain and playing the earlier models it had no support for a wireless controller. The nomad did it better hook up the cords and the controllers it was easy. I loved the pstv though, when the games were supported, pop the memory card in and play the game on the big screen.
I've been looking forward to this since it's announcement. I loved the flat out games on the ps2 and this looks great.
It's always good to at least have one game people wanna play. Good job Konami
@The_Infected It's not really crazy, in fact the ps4 receives the same patches as the ps4 pro. If you look at the patch notes of ps4 pro enabled games on base hardware it will show they downloaded the patch even if all it did was just enable pro support. One recent example in my case was darksiders 2.
It's still using the same assets, but with added lighting. I'm guessing it would take more reworking to make it work in 3d
These guys made so many good games. They even made my favorite killzone game. I was really hoping they'd get a chance at a console killzone game since guerilla was working on horizon.
Its probably going to be horrible look up beenox last call of duty port, black ops 3 on ps3 and xbox 360
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