It really is a AAA game. I've played the first 10 levels and 2 bosses and I'm constantly amazed by how great it is. It just keeps surprising you and throwing new things at you.
I've played it three times in Tokyo and it's really an unbelievable experience. It is expensive, basically you pay $25 for one race (around 4 minutes) but it's the best VR experience I've had (I own a PSVR and Oculus Go). I usually go when friends visit Japan and they always love it!
So curious about actual sales. I'm there day one and it seems like MILLIONS will do the same. However, the story is nonsensical at this point and it will be interesting to see if new fans buy the game. I just hope it's FUN!!! We've been waiting way too long for a proper console sequel!
How can you not trust insomniac? They only make good or great games....so hardly a risk.
I got enough info about Smash already (and pre-ordered). They claim that they have more unannounced games coming this year....maybe time to show them? The online service launches next month and interest seems to be close to zero.
This is talking about the One X and sadly it doesn't exist in a vacuum. Is the difference big enough for people who played it on PS4 PRO one year early and paid $100 less for their system? The answer is very likely, no.
Things really sell when you give them away for free on a system with no exclusives!
The title makes it sound like it runs full HD in portable mode, but of course it doesn't (since the screen is 720p). Still, the game looks great!
They've been accused before and they have ALWAYS delivered. This is Naughty Dog not Peter Molyneux....
Stop hyping, start delivering. Are we still waiting for the power of the cloud?
Happy for Level 5. Almost finished with it and really enjoying it :)
My impressions from Japan: It works extremely well. - I only played in handheld mode with my home WiFi (ultra fast 2gb per second). - The resolution seemed great. No blur or frame rate issues. - It was extremely responsive and arguably better than PSNow (I had the service for a month and stopped my subscription). - No loading times and even the motion controls work pretty well to look around. The only ne...
My impressions from Japan: It works extremely well. - I only played in handheld mode with my home WiFi (ultra fast 2gb per second). - The resolution seemed great. No blur or frame rate issues. - It was extremely responsive and arguably better than PSNow (I had the service for a month and stopped my subscription). - No loading times and even the motion controls work pretty well to look around. The only negative...
It will be interesting....2 hours sounds like overkill. I doubt they have enough contents to keep it interesting. Remember those horrible Kinect tech demos?
I'm really enjoying it. Now in Chapter 9 (last chapter) and it's definitely a good game. You can see where they had to cut corners to finish the game, but overall very enjoyable.
I can't express how much I want this! It feels like a perfect match for the Switch.
Konami Is dead as far as I'm concerned. There's little they can to do regain my trust and money. And it's not like they will release a new MGS (without Kojima), a proper Silent Hill or even a decent Castlevania. They destroyed their biggest IP's by letting a bunch of jerks and bully's run the company.
It's not about needing it. It's about ignoring the fact that they would make millions from re-releasing old games and they wouldn't have to worry about gaps between big releases. But then again, this is Japan we are talking about.
I'll get excited when it releases and it ends up being good. Rare has let us down too many times under Microsoft.
I'm 10 hours in and so far I'm loving it. Love the characters, the pacing and the combat system. The only thing I don't like is the "chibi" sections. It really feels like they were done to shorten the games development time.
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