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Next generation games - your dreams and hopes? • Page 3
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Zomoniac 7,826 posts
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Don't you have internet access? Use Google Image Search or look for gameplay video comparisons on Youtube or Digital Foundry!
Edit: I know it's a cliché, but if you're buying quite a few games then remember that they'll be much cheaper on PC and you'll probably make most or all of that money back.
Edited by PenguinJim at 12:14:15 22-02-2013
Again, not if you sell the games after.
From what I've searched. £300-400 will get you a slight graphical bump over a £150 360. Would love to see otherwise.
NO NO NO £419 £419 £419 DON'T FUCKING GO CHEAP IF YOU DON'T SPEND £419 THEN YOU WON'T SEE THE FUCKING LOVELINESS!!!!!
oceanmotion 15,841 posts
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A lot less of the so called cinematic game play that takes control away for look how cool this is moments or having game play mind numbingly lowered to one action in these scenes that isn't dramatic or tense or scary or whatever and results in a chore that you never ever want to play again.
Less predictable. It's so obvious what is going to happen. The door your suppose to go through locks or is blocked, oh look, lots of enemies to fend off while the AI figures it out or the resulting battle blows a hole or bridge to somewhere to get round it.
graysonavich 7,320 posts
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If you think it's just "a slight graphical bump" then you're better off blissfully unaware on your mass market media boxes to be truthful.
coomber 327 posts
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I want to see games using the extra power, not so much to look better, but to ensure the games bloody WORK. Eliminate bugs and screen tear. Make slightly nicer looking games work a LOT better.