Game Idealist reveals their top 10 PS4 games, released in 2015, that have been overlooked.
.... And Helldivers
So many people tried to dismiss numerous exclusives PS4 had last year.
The Talos Principle would be the only game I'm interested in in that list. And it's not an exclusive. Say what you want but the majority of exclusives the ps4 has just aren't appealing to the majority of ps4 owners. EDIT: That's not saying I don't love my ps4, I'm just saying big lists of exclusives doesn't mean a lot, when the majority of the exclusives are Japanese. That's just the way it is.
'big lists of exclusives doesn't mean a lot, when the majority of the exclusives are Japanese. ' doesnt make any sense (Many people GOTY IS Japanese FYI) Neither does the first part of your comments to be honest even if you have some particular insight about 'the majority of PS4 owners'
Your comment makes as much sense as a chocolate fireguard. What exactly are you struggling with when it comes to my comment?
To reply to your direct question, your claiming the exclusives arent appealing to ps4 owners is your own unfunded opinion and doesnt make sense considering the praise Bloodborne and Until Dawn got for example. second part of your comment dismisses Japanese games as if they are 'irrelevant' or what? = not making any sense Cool beans man in any case, happy gaming
No game is appealing to the majority owners of any console. Even the biggest franchises sell to only a fraction of the total installed base. Yes, many of these are smaller games that not many like but there are many others who love them. Diverse range of exclusive games bring in more customers than a few AAA exlusive shooters/racers.
@Nivekki just stop bro,you're obviously not a real gamer and instead a casual. It doesn't matter where a game comes from you idiot as long as its your thing then enjoy, if not stfu and play something else because we have enough crying and trolling on the internet as it is.
If we have enough crying and trolling maybe you should not add to it
I own 5 of these games.
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