makes sense only if they're planning an early 2017 release - by all accounts, this thing is rumoured to be released this year, so announcing it so late in the year doesn't seem to fit in terms of the normal time span between an announcement, and its release date.
my guess is that they would like to have it available on the market for the holidays...
i sometimes play games for that long, too, but i would not consider any of that "training."
Literally...playing video games is not a sport.
it wasn't actually a legit review, so it should not have been counted towards the metacritic rating to begin with.
Those *are* screenshots from the game... You obviously have no goddamned idea what you're talking about. So, stop embarrassing yourself, it's not doing you any favours by making stuff up about something you will never experience.
oh, I am. some things should just never be remembered.
oh dear god...
yeah, it was 100% selfish, but there's also the aspect that humanity had gotten so screwed up to the point where you had to really question whether it was worth saving.
No, you're still presenting conjecture because you've not presented an ounce of proof to support the argument that there's going to be a division between PS4 vanilla, and PS4 Neo. Neither of the things you mentioned are incremental upgrades. A modular add-on does not count as an incremental upgrade of the vanilla system. Also with regards to your 3DS argument - all 3DS/3DS XL titles work on the 2DS systems:
"There are no...
Well, there was actually nothing that concretely pointed to her being the *only* person who was immune.
"I thought they were giving it an 8.8."
not to defend IGN in any way, but they did state that the review score was incomplete, and the final score was pending their experience with the MP...
"Every bit of your "you'll be able to do this and that without this or that consequence" is conjecture."
And so is every bit of your argument, frankly. I may be wrong, but you seem to be arguing that there's going to be games for the upgraded PS4 that can't be played on the vanilla PS4 - do you have an official Sony source that supports you on that?
And can you cite a specific incremental...
The only reason why the PSPGo failed was because it was an all-digital device with no way to play your previously-purchased PSP titles - this, in a time when digital distribution wasn't nearly as accepted (at least not in the handheld/console world - i'm aware that steam had been around for a while even at that time).
Can you offer any insight as to why this incremental upgrade is a bad idea? History has shown that modular consoles are a bad idea - I've not se...
i'm assuming - because I don't want to spoil anything since I'm trying to get through DS3 before taking on U4 - that it's related to the crash/loss of controller functionality that occurred during the E3 demo?
perhaps, but we don't know for sure right now.
and if it turns out that there are no games on the upgraded PS4 that can't be played on the original SKU, i don't see how it's going to split anything (market or user base). people who want the extra power will buy into it to be able to play their games with better graphics/performance, and those who don't care/consider it enough of an increase in power or will just wait until the PS5 will still be able to...
the only thing that was ever an "issue" for me (and it's not really a problem, nor did it actually take away from my enjoyment of the game) was that the transition from full to aimed POV needed to be a bit smoother. that's really the only criticism i have for the game. I enjoyed it a lot (enough to get the full 1000 gamerscore, even)
since when was this specific game multiplatform? is it a sequel to an already-existing series of Spiderman games? where was your outcry when MS tried to convince people that RotTR was full exclusive? what about that BS deal? where was your outcry when MS bought the Minecraft franchise? what about that BS deal?
perhaps if you explained your irrational hatred for Sony (BTW, citing people who own the consoles or "fans" isn't exactly...
I'm in a bit of a dilemma - I've still not finished Dark Souls 3, but I also really want to play this game tonight when it becomes available...
I feel as though I have to get through DS first, though D: (and by that I mean totally get the platinum, which requires almost 3 runs through the game)
As long as the missions are reasonably long, I'm fine with this.
"Sony will not increase the PS4s price when they release the Neo..."
I bet the damned thing will be near $600 in Canada even though the current PS4 is $429 (cursed exchange rate!).