Platform holder expects recognisable IP to play a big role in selling PlayStations to the masses.
Y'know, everyone is sleeping on this, but i think it has the potential to blow up big time. like if everyone just started making these interactive story games like this where all you need to do is boot it up and everyone votes with their phone what choices to make. sounds absurdly accessible and very fun for a simple party/get together.
No it's a fad like 3D and the soon the be VR.
Your é living in a bubble, VR ain't going anywhere.
VR is only going to get bigger and bigger from here on out. Off Topic: by the way, for those with PSVR, there is a new game called Megaton: Rainfall. Its getting great reviews in VR gameplay. Apparently it was created by a single person but it blows minds. You play as a superhero, and the reviews are saying that its the "best" superhero game of all time because of the fact that its in VR and you really feel like you are a superhero.
Wanting something to be a fad, won't make it a fad.
@genericiuser-name Look i don't give a shit either way if it becomes a fad or not. In my opinion to me it is a fad and not worth it. that's why i sold the piece of shit while i could still make back some money back on it. There is only a hand full of decent games worth playing on it. The rest are pixelated tech trash.
^well, in my opinion, you're full of shit 😂
@G20WLY And in my opinion you are a tool.
I'm so hurt right now lmfao
Hidden Agenda is also trying to do the same thing with playlink
I have this pre ordered only £13 I suppose it's worth ago. Actually quiet excited to play it next week.
So Sony wants to appeal to more casual and non gamers... interesting.
Like they did with Singstar and Buzz back in 2003 and it worked then too.
Yes, Buzz and Singstar are definitely talked about til this day....
That could be true. My dad who is just over 60 is a HUGE Planet of the Apes fan and he certainly ain't no gamer. Apparently there was a show years ago.
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