PlayStation Euphoria: The PlayStation 3 has had it’s fair share of ups and downs and as we reach the possible announcement of the next PlayStation console later this month, we will look back on this current console’s past. Firstly, I will look back into the PlayStation 3′s Most Disappointing Moments.
This generation has been filled with pretty big disappointing moments. Hell, so many gamers these days just take it for granted--that "being disappointed is just part of being a gamer."
Which is odd because this really wasn't the case for previous generations.
Maybe it has something to do with the huge jump in development costs that left so many devs in the dust back in 2004/2005. I don't know.
What I can say is that, for me, the most disappointing moments this generation have almost all been a result of Square Enix.
...What, this is really FFXIII?
...What, they're not really making Versus XIII?
...What, they're not localizing Type-0?
...What, they're not putting any of the PSP remakes on the PSN?
...What, they're giving up on remaking the FF games after IV?
...What, they're not localizing Dragon Quest any more?
...What, they're not localizing Bravely Default?
...What, they want to make DQIX more like an MMO?
...What, they want to make DQX a full-blown MMO?
...They're doing what now!?!?
I mean, my God. My God.
Beyond that, I mean, hell, there's Mass Effect 3--that just sucked--and the whole nonsense with Valkyria Chronciles jumping ship to PSP, and then not getting localized, and Sony removing b/c, and the 3DS' monthly price cuts, the Nintendo's silly digital distribution nonsense, and all of this idiotic DLC milking, and Ace Combat Assault Horizon being so universally terrible, and that silliness with the Sixaxis, and the Wii U's too-easy-to-mock controller, and the way Assassins Creed 3 just sort of fell apart towards the end and how....
Okay, yeah, I think I've made my point. This generation kind of sucks. Sure, we've had some great games, I won't argue that--but the ratio of "pleasantly surprised" to "horribly disappointed" has never been so bad.
Final Fantasy XIII
Wouldn't call them "most disappointing" but I get this article point,the playstation move still has games coming that support it like Bioshock Infinite for example although I do agree it's been a really long time since I heard anything regarding the playstation move.
The last guardian & Final Fantasy VS 13 are games that people still want and still waiting for,yes we are waiting for what seems like an eternity but unless they announce that they are cancelled then I'm still gonna wait ..
Hopefully not too long now.
For me was
Milking of DLC, only COD can hold on on their DLC but the rest of the games dlc become useless since there is not enough player's for it after "a week"
konami not focusing on the PlayStation, MGS4 was and I guess will be the last they did and I guess is fair they have to go for a bigger market and now with fox engine they seem to take the right way, but they will be better if they focus more on the PlayStation.
Online passes, I mean really?
Socom not getting the respect it deserve and changing to appear to COD fans in general every game changing to apear to COD fans is disappointing.
When Every dev say things like" we want to appear to casual or make the game more accessible " really?
Casual gimmick, move kinet are ruining things up..
I mean sixaxis was okay and used in a minimal way like throwing the ball in a nba2k or managing the bullets in many games after going slow motion .. but beyond that it has ruin things.
Dragon ball movie was a huge disappointment, sorry for going off topic but I'm still mad at it!
Over 5 years after the PS3 already and the PS4 is not still on my living room.. really Sony? Wtf..
Not enough ram, just maybe 1gb ram could have made this wait a little easier, so you better add more than enough ram on the ps4 and 4gb does not seam enough .. not even 8gb for another 7years of having the same teach.. no way.
Where the f%#$& is TLG? and why you have been so quite about it? FU
There has been a lot of pross a lot but not going talk about it.