I agree with Rachet and Clank, would have liked to have seen Uncharted in there and thought Doom was a great riff on old school gaming (single player at least).
I would like to see better offline (or at least solo) content before I sunk my money into it. I've often thought of buying the original but now would be a bit late I'd imagine due to player numbers.
Bots will be awesome for longevity and hopefully available for testing on your own maps
To be fair they are both the same price for the Origin edition on all platforms, $60. Difference is PC have the option of buying a Standard edition for $40 whereas console players don't. Considering the extras in Origin edition are largely for PC games it does seem a bit unfair not to have both options for both platforms.
As for the other points, they sound a bit thin... spreading the article over 6 pages is just ad revenue, likely why the 'article' itself exis...
I'm enjoying it, but I only play the singleplayer/co-op
I would agree about the globe section, happened more than once too. But, for me at least the game was pretty spectacular and I liked it a lot.
I found it all a bit safe, which made it a little boring for me. Weak weapons and set load outs isn't what I was expecting, so maybe fine for people new to id shooters with no expectations.
It's hard to make judgement as no one really knows what it is, if it's a better version of the console than that basically takes away one of buying a consoles strong points and you'd be better off buying a PC next gen, if it has a specific usage like 4K streaming than fine.
I own 3 Sony devices but I'm definitely not a fanboy, I have so far this gen been pretty disappointed with their handling of a lot of things and miss their approach last gen, innovation, fo...
I'm betting the disagrees aren't even Kiwi and have no idea of local pricing, go go champs.
And Sony still stiffs NZ with its regional online pricing
It's preproduction, it doesn't mean we'll see it anytime soon.
As a PS4, PS3 and PSVita owner I don't think the Xbox One has lost anything. If they keep looking after their customer base and Sony keep junking on theirs then I know which console I'll buy next gen.
Nice site, found myself reading through a few of your articles. Refreshing read.
It's almost like Valve have been trying this for awhile, Portal on PS3 was crossbuy (only if you bought the console version though, not the otherway around, I guess due to pricing) and you had a PSN Steam login. I guess Sony dropped the ball or didn't want to go through with it on their own products.
I actually think it's a great idea, I've been toying with getting an XboxOne for awhile and if they do this well I may check it out. Sony have personnaly been irr...
Launch is less than a month away and there are some quite obvious flaws present which don't fill me with confidence, while it doesn't affect gameplay I find the unpacking/loading really off putting during cinematics, lip syncs go way off due to stutter and just feels unprofessional and a bit sloppy. The framerate drops during gameplay are also a bit immersion breaking. Theres a lot of good in the game but I did expect things to be crafted a bit better.
I kind of agree about Rise, although I did enjoy my last playthrough.
Gone from being an "I will eventually get it" to being a day one, I was worried about the longevity but this should keep me amused for a bit remaking some of my old Doom and Quake maps. Some old school multiplayer won't go amiss either.
That's pretty cool, definitely increases the longevity of the purchase.
Did you play it?
The matchmaking is abysmal for a primarily online focused game, their lack of action to fix that yet add in MT's just adds salt, especially when content is so sparse.