Also got your wallet.
Game journalists: "Where is Bloodborne 2?" Also game journalists: "It’s Time To Do Something Different Now"
Well, only Nintendo has a portable version of MK11 :v
Sooooooooooo are we really gloryfing PS4 beacuase of a piece of digital ass? Makes sense.
Everything is OK if you don't know better than that.
Can't wait to play this on Playstation 6. Hopefully.
Well, if you ask me... I don't think so. I have Origin, Uplay, Epic Store and Steam, all of them have the auto start option disabled... and the only plattform where I buy games is Steam. The other one are, well... just OK, but they give some free great games from time to time, so, I have them, but I don't buy anything. Steam has great games and even better sales, so I don't think it's going anywhere soom.
Rumours. They are rumours.
Yey, the heavy hits: Another TLOU2 trailer, no date. Another Death Stranding trailer, no date. Another FF VII remake trailer, no date. Aaaaaaaaaaaand I think that's the reason Sony won't be at E3.
"Player 2 took a microscope to search for all of the big announcements from Sony's first ever State of Play event." Fixed that for you.
Hummm... what's the word I'm looking for... this looks so... Generic.
Yeah, but almost everyone here have some kind of PC in his home to work / study, etc. If you're a gamer, you probably have a decent gaming PC, making the Xbone obsolete.
You gave a shit. Duh.
Oh, so edgy.
Are you talking about pretty much every game sequel out there?
Learn videogame programming, then. If you have the balls, of course.
Yeah, because you already played the game.
So, what are the requirements for a game to be $60? Good story? Good gameplay? Great characters? I mean, Link's Awakening has all of those. Or are putting a price tag on graphics so we can all feel "mature"?
Like Resident Evil 2? It's just prettier graphics and some new mechanics. Resident Evil 2 is even shorter to finish than the original Link's Awakening. What's the difference, then?
Soooo... people is still arguing that Yoshi and Kirby games are easy?
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