Uncharted 4 looks amazing to me. To be honest, The Last Guardian doesn't look all that great.
We can only dream. Nintendo always wants to innovate, but it hasn't been working in their favor lately. Well, at least 50% of the time, their ideas are always amazing,
He's clearly talking about Secret Squirrel: http://vignette3.wikia.noco...
This isn't a quality desktop computer. It's the first meaningful step towards virtual reality.
Idk, but I'll say this: if the VR quality is amazing and provides me with a true next gen gaming experience, I'd say it's worth that price. And while the technology may be amazing, it will also depend on the games and support it gets from developers. I'll have to try it out first and wait to see what kind of games are coming out for it that I want before taking that plunge.
I've never had a single yen in my life.
New gen ESRB. I'm sure in 20 or so years, showing ankle skin will be reason enough for an M rating.
Wooo I'm so hyped for this game! Makes me want to go back and watch the series
Dammit Nintendo! Just let me play normally for once. Enough with these silly "innovations" =/
sigh... Whatever they make, I just hope they aren't getting drunk and high while planning out the game. With the exception of 3-4 games these last 10 or so years, anything Sonic related has been so damn terrible. It's getting to the point where I'm thinking SEGA is purposely trying to sabotage the franchise. I won't be surprised if this next Sonic game has Sonic and friends transforming into dragons and doesn't contain an ounce of high-spe...
Not to come off as a troll, but I wonder if this happens because even Nintendo doesn't anticipate anything without Mario to sell well on their systems.
I'm really glad they aren't adding multiplayer. Rather than waste money on tacked on modes, I'm glad they're going to use that money to add more content.
More like "PC porting is saving consoles". Japanese games are selling better on PC than they would have sold on the Xbox One or Wii U. Hence why there has been a huge surge of JP support for PC lately.
VR has so much potential, but it all depends on the developers as to whether it really takes off or not. If devs create these big AAA titles that, in the end, make VR feel like some tacked on gimmick, the it will then it will fail and discourage other devs from creating VR games. However, if devs play it smart, VR could be the next big thing.
I see it on Gamestop.com for under $40
That's nice. Xbox One fans can praise the sales, while PS4 owners can go back to playing the plethora of exclusive titles. Cheers all :)
It's been a long time since I've played IX so I don't remember the UI too well, but is that widescreen or did they just zoom in to give the illusion of widedscreen?
Hopefully we get a cinematic trailer, some gameplay info, and a release date. Though we're likely to get a vague release date till they formally reveal the NX and reveal the NX version along with an exact release date for that.
This looks like every single free to play Korean mobile RPG.
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