As if the systems needs any help selling, but tomorrow will show us what the PS4 can really do. How well do you foresee Infamous: Second Son being tomorrow?
Yes it is. It's an amazing game
Idk. The past two weren't really system sellers from what I remember. Good games though. @ Ezz2013 You're absolutely right. At this point Sony doesn't need a system seller. A huge luxury.
the ps4 = ps4 system seller. nuff said. no need for over hyping EVERYTHING.
I think MLB The Show 14 is more of a system seller than Infamous: SS, but I'm sure this game moved a few units.
It looks amazing, but I don't have a PS4 yet. This is gonna sounds crazy, but I will be more proactive towards getting a PS4 once more indie developers make/port games to it. I would LOVE to play RUST and especially The Forest on PS4.
if you buy any system for one game you must have money to blow. i never brought a ps for one game. ps always had a wide selection of exclusive that interested me, thats why i brought it. if a console only have a few games i want to play i wait to more games come out or just play it over my friends house.
Lets wait for official numbers for March. I bet X1 along with Titanfall will be destroyed.
I think it might be, especially for people who have played the series. I remember buying inFAMOUS and Uncharted 2 together and playing them concurrently. The story and characters in UC2 were surely better than inFAMOUS, but not the gameplay. I had way more fun with inFAMOUS. Obviously, UC2 was much more critically acclaimed. It seems the reviewers keep griping about I:SS' gameplay being "not next-gen enough" and issues with morality choices in the plot. Casuals will say "f*ck that, it doesn't score as well as BF4 or TF." I'm just not sure what people mean by next-gen gameplay. I:SS looks great to me. I would take what I've seen in spoilers over anything else right now. Of course, I don't have a throbbing woody for FPS like it seems the majority of gamers and journalists do in the past few years. Unfortunately, I don't think the game will sell as well as it deserves. Perhaps its not mainstream enough.
Idk. People are looking forward to stuff to play on their new shiny system. I'm sure right timing will help the sells a bunch.
Didn't read.. your profile pic... upvote....
The PS4 is its own system seller. It's always out of stock everywhere since launch.
Then try EB Games here in New Zealand if you want a PS4 they have them in stock
Im not gonna paddle to New Zealand... http://www.youtube.com/watc...
To those who disagree simply check out their website at ebgames.co.nz and see for yourself then tell me i'm wrong i swear some people are to quick to not believe something just because they can't find any in their town simply doesn't mean they can't be found elsewhere around the world
New Zealand? That's hardly worldwide availability. I live in Brazil, and it's available here, too...mostly because it costs almost US$ 2000 around here. I bought mine from Amazon before launch, but most of my friends still don't have one because they can only find it at this ridiculous brazilian price.
It should be,its the only must get game out now on the system.
To be fair that is pretty much the norm for a consoles first 6 months...if anything the indies have actuallly made this console launch dramatically better than any before. It wasnt until mid 2008 that last gen started to pull out the big guns. It is why everyone keeps saying wait till 2015-16.
Pay him no mind, he's known to slight the PS4 when the chance permits. OT: Yes, very much so. The sales numbers should also reflect this.
@mkis True, MLB the show is what im waiting for. Im hoping the servers are fixed or at least better than previous games.
It helped sell me a PS4, that and Naughty Dog and Sony Santa Monica. Although the $100 less than an Xbox One didn't hurt. I'll get an Xbox One eventually though for my Halo and maybe Gears.
It's a sandbox game like all the others..it will sell a few consoles but it's no new IP so you expect better graphics but is it better than the last 2 games based on story and substance?
new IP ??? you need to do your homework son.
This game is not a new IP... Do I get an A+ for my research.
Uhm, no its not, the PS4 for itself its a system seller
Yes it will sell PS4s. But the good thing about PS4 is that it doesn't rely on one game to sell systems like another system (yes you know which one I'm talking about). Nobody buys a PS4 to only play one game, when there are so many to choose from.
I know three people who got one just for this game.
Yup and it will be more once Uncharted 4 come out.
This one snuck up on me. I didn't see those 1 million preorders coming...
it is a system seller, question is where can you find a ps4? the system is like bigfoot only anti-sony fanboys always the one who seem to see a store that has stock..lmao
A definite and resounding YES!! Infamous was, is and will be a system seller. You just cant put a good game down!
I can imagine people who are not very interested in this game buying a bundle just to get a PS4. So I believe plenty of PS4s will get sold with this game.
dont know about others but it is already for me
Hopefully yes. I have an Xbox One but I love this franchise.
It isn't. I don't think Infamous has ever been a system seller. And like some have alluded to earlier, the PS4 is crushing enough to not need one really. Almost every multiplatform game performs significantly better on ps4 than xb1, games like the order and sony's legacy of quality IPs, their indie game initiative, and the incredible value of PS+, sell the ps4 alone. Infamous SS is a pretty great game and definintely the one to get with a new PS4 unquestionably. But I don't think it solely sells the PS4. There hasn't been a system selling game early cycle game ( i mean the first 6 months) since Oblivion. What makes ISS impressive is the fact that, such a polished game is available exclusively on a system so quick out the gate. I've plunked some solid hours into it, but I wouldn't call it a system seller.
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