what licensing issues would they have, exactly? does someone own the rights to naming something Scorpio??
"When the Pro isn't doing much for 'exlusives' titles on PS4Pro..."
there are no exclusive titles for the Pro...
it's like he's gone full Aaron Greenberg or something these days...
there is an option to turn off the trophy notification pop-up if you don't want to be distracted by that.
"I used to play games purely for enjoyment, now there is a bit of a monotonous checklist type of playing involved."
you can still play games purely for enjoyment even with trophies - it only becomes a "monotonous checklist type of playing" when you actively choose to play that way.
make that three people here...
no they haven't.
They define "true 4K" as including dynamic, and checkerboard, and I don't recall this article being about PS4 Pro.
"True 4K is equal to Native 4K."
Not according to MS...
I mean, I get that consoles do things way more efficiently than PC, but come on... that's a bit of a stretch.
They should maybe start thinking about powerful specs...
I have never seen anyone use XB360 - it has always been X360...
You don't need a 4K tv to enjoy the console. There are still enhancements for those who play on 1080p TVs.
Resistance is Insomniac.
After the blowback from the last one, I doubt SE would make the same mistake of taking money to keep it exclusive to one platform for a year.
The Xbox One X version does have a bit of an edge, here.
That entire diatribe is opinion, not fact.
Define "best MP games" because most of those games are also on PS4/Pro...
"Who mentioned shareholders?"
um... you have "4 the shareholders" right in the thumbnail picture for your article... just sayin'...
edit: you also have this quote in your article: "you can’t claim to be “for the players” and then shaft them because of concerns for your investors."
I don't mind collectibles, but they really got out of hand with them - Unity was the epitome of collect-a-thons. It's Ubisoft, though, so there'll no doubt be collectibles in this game.
They at least lessened them in Syndicate.
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