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  • The push and pull of Destiny's microtransactions

  • Ajent 27/09/2016

    This reads like some wanting to find something to complain about. I have absolutely no beef with completely optional, aesthetic only micro-transactions. I don't see the point in complaining about something that you don't want to buy when it's being on sale only has a positive impact on your game experience. Reply +1
  • Destiny: Rise of Iron launch woes force players into queue

  • Ajent 21/09/2016

    @SHPanda I don't think Bungie acknowledge that they've made mistakes (and I'd agree - respectfully). I think they've acknowledge that they need to do more to keep the community engaged for longer periods, but the expansions and pricing of the expansions I don't think are mistakes.

    Value is subjective and any given items worth differs per person.

    If anything, this 'news' article only further indicates that there are at least hundreds of thousands of people who believe that RoI is worth £25 - err go, not a mistake.
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  • Your original PS4 now supports HDR, but no games currently make use of it

  • Ajent 13/09/2016

    @Thief000 It might not be mandated, but with XB1S, Scorpio and PS4pro aren't most (if not all) developers going to be including HDR anyway? As for the 'extra grunt'; from what I've read (and from what Bend Studio said during one of the dev interviews after the show), HDR actually uses very little extra power and PS4 GPU was already slightly more powerful anyway. Reply +1
  • Ark fans burned by Scorched Earth, the Early Access game's "completely finished" expansion

  • Ajent 05/09/2016

    @justusbrennan personally I think we are destined to disagree. The fact that you don't see that purchasing something on Early Access is exactly the same as purchasing anything (I mean in the very literal sense of forming a sale agreement) and that it is no different to buying a 'finished' game with regards to the legality or ethics mean that we are constantly going to disagree, since that is the fundamental starting block for this discussion.

    I feel we could probably argue the issue for a good few hours, but I will tip my hat and bow out respectfully. Thanks for the polite debate, it is good to know that even in the vitriolic state that the Internet currently finds itself in that two people can still disagree and discuss matters politely.
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  • Ajent 05/09/2016

    @justusbrennan I do understand, that's my point. You seem to think that a video game developer making and selling video game software is immoral and unethical. I'm simply stating that your life experience would appear pretty rosy if that is your opinion.

    Video game developer sells early access game stating that you should only purchase if you are happy with its current state and understand that the purchase is supporting the development of that game. From there on in they state intentions for features that they want to add to the game ('promises'), but these are post sale. Bonuses to what you have already paid for. You have only bought an unfinished game and an intention at that point and if it isn't developed any further beyond that then it is all fair.

    You seem to think that the above agreement precludes the same developer from seeking further profit from the sale of additional software... and then call it unethical.

    It's the equivalent of buying any other product from any other manufacturer and then suggesting that the product you bought should be made better before they release any other product for sale.

    This is the nature of Early Access. Calling it unethical IS missing the point.
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  • Ajent 05/09/2016

    @justusbrennan you must have one seriously privileged life if you think THIS is unethical... Reply -3
  • Nintendo has a stellar new Galaxy 3DS design

  • Ajent 30/08/2016

    They need to stop with this rubbish and announce NX news. I was going to get a new 3DS a couple of month back, but with only 6-7 months until release of the NX im holding off until I know more. I can imagine there's a lot of people in a similar position. Reply +7
  • Call of Duty 2 now available on Xbox One backwards compatibility

  • Ajent 23/08/2016

    @SiroccoJetProp Yes and Yes. I would buy both in a heartbeat. I was hoping EA/Bioware were going to do a HD trilogy bundle, but since that confirmed as a 'no go' I've been waiting for them to come to XBO BC. Amazingly, I've only ever played 4 hrs of ME1. Reply 0
  • Ajent 23/08/2016

    @DaftAider I really don't understand your comment... I'm not sure if you're asking a question or making a statement - and even then I don't understand your point. Reply +1
  • The PS4 Slim is real - confirmed

  • Ajent 23/08/2016

    @Innocent_Bystander Geez, pedantic much? You think I might be aware of the specifics? As you state, it's easier to communicate 'high resolution' than it is to start explaining sample rates.... Reply 0
  • Ajent 22/08/2016

    @Innocent_Bystander I can't tell if you're being sarcastic or not, but just in case... You're welcome. ;) Reply 0
  • Ajent 22/08/2016

    @scottjamesholland HDMI offers higher resolution sound. Optical also can't use the newer sound formats like DTS HD and True HD. It also won't be able to use Dolby Atmos.

    Optical is quickly becoming a legacy connection option and this is likely why Sony dropped it.

    Edit: I don't understand the negs... As far as I'm aware my comment is providing factual info to someone discussing the absence of the optical input. The only opinion is tmy guess as to why Sony dropped it (which seems logical? No?).
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  • Destiny - The Collection includes all the expansions, costs £50

  • Ajent 16/08/2016

    @number1024 Ahhhh... Fair enough. I understand now. Although, that does still happen. Just not to the same degree that it does in bricks and mortar stores. Games like Infamous, the Assassin Creed games and Watch_Dogs are all cheaper than when they were released. Just not as cheap as you might find them on disc. Which I guess is similar to the point you're making. Reply 0
  • Ajent 16/08/2016

    @number1024 erm... There IS a sale on in the UK store. In fact, the Arkham Knight that @boot93 mentioned is only £15.49. RB6 is only £18.99 and Witcher 3 is £19.99. Just to name a couple. There's tons of games in the sale as well. You should check it out, you might be surprised.

    This isn't uncommon either. In the last sale (around May time I think - or it might have been a bit earlier) I picked up Star Wars Battlefront, Borderlands Collection, Dishonoured and Just Cause 3 for around £50.
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  • Ajent 16/08/2016

    @StevoPirate Isn't this the same with absolutely everything though? I'm trying to think of all my interests... TV's, Hi-fi equipment, cars, power tools... My TV is two years old, but you could go to a store today pay £400 less than I did and walk out with a better TV. Reply +1
  • Ajent 16/08/2016

    @JaqenHGhar80 You have some very odd understandings of 'value'. It is something that is totally subjective. I have no doubt that you will have spent over £100 on something that I personally would never use. That item would have no value to me but might be incredible value for you. If I bought it the £100 would be wasted.

    Your Tetris example is a bit of an unfair example due to the simplicity of that game, but still, if someone perceived that it was worth £100 because it gave them such entertainment value then to them it is worth it.

    As for Bungie misleading everyone... I don't recall ever being mislead. They did switch to a pure XP system. Getting to lvl 40 is totally about normal XP. Light levels are tied to your gear, which is normal for this type of persistent multiplayer game that is obviously influenced by MMO mechanics. The replay value comes from hunting down all the gear you want. I assume (I know I shouldn't) that you haven't played in a long time, because the grind is a lot less now. Literally all activities contribute towards progression now; with faction packages, weekly crucible bounties, Nightfalls, strike specific loot and the raids. I've probably missed a few out as well. As for calcified fragments, I'm missing one. That's it. Easy.

    Now, this was my original point. Destiny has been great value for me and my team mates. I'd happily keep paying £25 every 4 months for an expansion. It's probably my favourite game. I'm well aware that not everyone will share my view, but I am also aware that there are millions of people who do (and play daily). I'm aware that you obviously don't find the same value in Destiny, but that does not mean that Destiny is universally not good value.
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  • Ajent 16/08/2016

    @Hellotherenow The new expansion is £25. How is charging £0 for the base game and the three previous expansions the opposite to ripping people off? It doesn't make sense.

    Eseentially you're buying the new expansion and getting the previous expansions and base game for £25. How you can state that is being ripped off is beyond me.
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  • Ajent 15/08/2016

    @Hellotherenow How are they ripping people off? They're charging a lot less for older software with the new DLC thrown in? Sounds like a bargain rather than a rip off. Reply +2
  • Ajent 15/08/2016

    @jacobpreston I'd be one of those people, and I'd honestly say there's no reason to feel sorry.

    It's all a matter of perceived value. For me, if you're the sort of player who has bought and played all the expansions and you're getting Rise of Iron, then you'll have had hundreds of hours worth of entertainment out of your £155. For me, it's been worth it. I'm sure all my clan members feel the same.
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  • Ajent 15/08/2016

    @marionseay I don't believe you... prove it. Reply +4
  • Final Fantasy 15 delayed by two months

  • Ajent 15/08/2016

    @FuzzyDucky No I get what you're saying, and the other guy. I don't need it explaining. I just disagree with you. I think it is more available than you're stating. I have friends and family around the world, some in areas that you might consider developing, and high speed internet is available. The data cap issue is one that is more debatable, but data caps of around 40gb aren't uncommon as far as I'm aware. That's plenty to download a 4gb patch and the odd bit of browsing/ streaming.

    Like I say, I understand your point - I just disagree that there's a large portion of current gen console owning people with no/ sub-adequate Internet. I know I am not SE's only customer, but I fail to see how that affects my view?
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  • Ajent 15/08/2016

    @ShiftyGeezer Stop trying so hard. I'm not making an argument for you to understand. I'm stating an opinion. I've also stated I'll agree to disagree with you. It's as simple as that. Reply +1
  • Ajent 15/08/2016

    @ShiftyGeezer Well you're being pedantic, and no, that's not what I meant. I was referring to SE being 'fearful', pandering to popular comment board opinion in order to justify a delay that clearly doesn't add up to 'adding a day one patch'.

    I think Sony published some stats to say something like 90 odd percent of PS4 owners have a PSN account and it was over half of PS4 owners had a PS+ subscription. I'm just not buying it that there a significant portion of console owners without Internet.

    I certainly never said Japan was technophobic. Now you're just trying to twist my words. Like I say, I'll agree to disagree.
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  • Ajent 15/08/2016

    @ShiftyGeezer I'll agree to disagree. I just think that the excuse made by SE is dubious, counter-productive and is pandering to popular forum/ comment board opinions. Like I said, I'm aware my opinion is unpopular, but I just believe that technology should be used and embraced rather than feared. Reply -2
  • Ajent 15/08/2016

    @shehzaanshazabdulla I get your point, Injust disagree that technology should be held back because of people, who refuse to move on.

    Internet may have a low adoption in Japan (I haven't checked the numbers myself), but it's available. it's still a choice that people make.

    And as for less developed countries... well, it takes them longer to download the patch. It probably won't take two months though.

    I don't mind that we clearly disagree, just offering my different opinion.
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  • Ajent 15/08/2016

    @ShiftyGeezer I see your point, I just disagree. Why would additional distribution methods have 'no point'? You want as many distribution methods as possible, surely?

    I do believe that a game should be playable in any state tang it's released in. Patches should only be improvements. So discs would still be playable, they'll just be improved if (as the consumer) you embrace all the technology currently available.

    As for 'ensuring all your users are Internet enabled'... Isn't that displacing buyer responsibility onto the developer? Surely, as a purchaser it is up to you to ensure that you have the required tech/ knowledge/ ability when purchasing anything (not just games).

    I'm not looking to argue or anything, just offering a different opinion.
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  • Ajent 15/08/2016

    @Rogueywon I'm afraid I'm with @butler` on this. I know it's going to be an incredibly unpopular opinion, but the reason given 'because people don't have Internet' it's counter productive to technological progress. If people, won't or don't want to connect to Internet then those people need to understand they're standing still whilst the rest of the industry moves forward. To me, it's the same if people were to complain that there's no PS3 version.

    Technology is at a stage where games can be released earlier, with day one patches, which essentially provide the complete experience. In my opinion, this beats a two month delay.

    Unless, of course, he's not being completely honest and the game is in such a state that a patch simply isn't going to cut it.
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  • Pokémon Go Articuno pair hope for normality after "madness" of internet spotlight

  • Ajent 04/08/2016

    @riceNpea Haha. Probably. It'd certainly make the game more 'entertaining/ dangerous'. Reply 0
  • Ajent 04/08/2016

    Niantic are absolutely terrible at this whole video game thing.

    I'd be pretty pissed if I was this Kait Covey girl. The whole game is fairly random as far as I can tell, so no matter how she received the Articuno, it hardly seems fair to just yank it from her account and simply give her some lures and eggs.

    Seems a bit crap.
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  • We keep getting emailed weird things about Pokémon Go

  • Ajent 20/07/2016

    @NewYork Really? I kind of figured with all the crashes and people falling off cliffs the writing was on the wall. Never mind the robberies, stumbling on crime scenes and the paedo fears. Something awful was bound to happen.

    I'm not criticising the app... It's a fantastic idea and great when the app actually works. I'm criticising people. People can be really awful.
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  • Xbox One S 2TB launch date 2nd August

  • Ajent 18/07/2016

    @I_Am_CatButler yeah, I get your point (kinda - MS aren't going to sell what will be marketed as a premium feature at cost price).

    I guess I was trying to say that the difference isn't that bad depending on your perception. To me the difference in cost makes sense. Your eseentially looking at a cost of £50 between HDD choices.
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  • Ajent 18/07/2016

    @I_Am_CatButler Those are amazingly cheap for 2.5" Hdd's. I was actually surprised to see that you'd found it so cheap, do checked myself. Can't find anything on a quick Google search (there was one on Amazon, but shows as unavailable with no price), but other than that I can actually only find 500gb, 1tb and 2tb models.

    I did a check at the component place that I use and they sell 2.5" 1tb drives for £44. A 500gb one is £33. So that's £78 for the 1.5tb difference, although they actually do 2tb ones for £79.

    As far as I can tell, the £100 difference between the models doesn't seem ridiculous. The component place I use has consistently been the cheapest place I've found for a long time.
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  • Warner Bros. "misled" with paid-for positive Shadow of Mordor videos

  • Ajent 14/07/2016

    @scawp I would hardly say that stating a good game is good and including a disclosure that the video is sponsored is 'immoral'. Those are some pretty ridiculous standards you're setting. Reply 0
  • Destiny Moments of Triumph Year 2 guide

  • Ajent 08/07/2016

    @rep- agreed. It is about personal preferences. I don't think EG hide that. I think they've stated multiple times that they write about Destiny because it is a game they really like and it is also popular with readers.

    I don't think it's disproportionate though. It's not like we're missing other news stories just because someone who likes Destiny wrote about it.
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  • Ajent 07/07/2016

    @xgerrit seriously? It's got nothing to do with Destiny being an insanely popular game and EG being a games new website? Reply +2
  • Pokémon GO's UK microtransaction prices revealed

  • Ajent 06/07/2016

    @erp to be fair, the terminology changed on mobile ages ago. They're called IAP - In App Purchases (that's literally what they're called in the App Store). God knows why EG are calling them 'micro'-transactions. Reply +7
  • Red Dead Redemption finally gets Xbox One backwards compatibility this Friday

  • Ajent 05/07/2016

    @vert1go you can play RDR via back compatibility on Wii U... ?

    I thought Wii U was only back compatible with Wii games, which would kind make your point mute, wouldn't it?
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  • 65daysofstatic are touring the No Man's Sky soundtrack

  • Ajent 27/06/2016

    @magicfinbow it wasn't a completely humorous comment was it though? Truth in jest and all that...

    Judging by the rest of his comment - "It's certainly a brighter future to imagine than the one our little country just thrust upon Europe." - and - "Let's get some antifascist international solidarity going on & not let the demagoguery drag us down to the oblivion it has planned for us."

    None of that sounds like someone 'just having a laugh'.
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  • Bungie: We're trying to build Destiny content quicker

  • Ajent 22/06/2016

    @number1024 no apology necessary... You've clearly adapted, I'm not disputing that. I'm simply suggesting that a demand of matchmaking is stubborn.

    I maintain that an in game LFG system would side step everyone's issues... It gives those who want matchmaking, an in game option to form groups with randoms and for those who use an external LFG option already, it just makes things easier.
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  • Ajent 22/06/2016

    @number1024 dude, I'm not saying YOU don't have the time. I saw your earlier post. I was supporting what mega-gazz was saying and that I thought your serial killer reference was a bit aggressive and missed his point.

    The problem with matchmaking Being optional as you suggest is that at the end of the day Bungie (and definetley Activision) are a business. The best promotion for business is positive word of mouth. At the moment no one is saying that the raids are bad, jumbled messes, full of uncoordinated, rage filled, rage quitting, afk'ing idiots that make the whole thing nigh unplayable. Most people are saying that the raids are actually a ton of fun. There are those that are unable to comment because they haven't been bothered to find people to play with, but that isn't a negative. It's just a lack of opinion.

    Going back to the 'is this game for you' analogy. If you want to play football for your local amateur football team who play on Wednesdays, do you:
    a) just turn up unannounced in your kit and get 'matchmade' or
    b) approach people at the club, speak to them, ask if and how you can play with them and then arrange a game?

    Destiny is my team game and I approach it with all the typical social mechanics that accompany most other team games because that's what this type of game demands. Not because that's the way Bungie want it, but because that's how team games work better. Go play in your matchmade football team against the organised group of friends and see how you fare.

    Adapt to the game and you'll enjoy it. That's the point.

    Of course. An in game LFG would still give you a semblance of what you want and would (theoretically) be very simple to implement, whilst still maintaining all those social mechanics that I just described.
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  • Ajent 22/06/2016

    @number1024 Nope. Disagree. Match-making would be bad.

    The suggestion I have always maintained would be an ideal in between is an in game LFG board in the tower. Similar to 'shouting' in a typical MMO chat.

    There's so, so much that can go wrong with matchmaking that an in game LFG would allow a team leader to vet teammates.

    I also kind of agree with mega-gazz about how you have to ask yourself if the game is for you, or maybe adapt to the requirements to play the game. Your analogy of a serial killer was a bit weird. I think he basically meant you should make time and commit to a play session if you really want to play. A bit like playing for a local sports team. If they play on Wednesday's you can't expect them to change to a Friday just because you're busy on Wednesday.
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  • Are 4K visuals really the best use for Project Scorpio and PlayStation Neo?

  • Ajent 18/06/2016

    @Master09 I definetley agree that it's marketing jargon from MS, but all Sony have confirmed is that it's a 'high-end PS4'. Sony have actually announced little else and the leaked details only suggest a 1080p minimum. It doesn't really say much about 4K gaming, just 4K video. Reply +6
  • Ajent 18/06/2016

    @Yourekiddingyourself I dunno. I don't think a 1080p/60fps request is unreasonable. A lot of PS4 games on the current hardware run at 1080p/30fps, so a single request for an fps bump doesn't seem unreasonable given the comparative power increase. Reply +16
  • Kratos is now voiced by Stargate SG-1's Christopher Judge

  • Ajent 15/06/2016

    Hmmmm... Seems Carson is confused. Sony didn't announce GOW4, they announced a reboot of the series set within Norse mythology. Different VA seems like a perfectly logical choice. Reply +2
  • Three new consoles will dominate E3 - even if they're not there

  • Ajent 12/06/2016

    @akmass I completely agree. I think all the comparisons to PC gaming on here are pointless.

    LONG POST (but I want my two cents worth).

    Certainly your average punter is not going to start considering a PC build when they have no idea what a RAM module is. However, put a PS4 and a PS4K in front of them and their given a pretty clear choice. Both are the same, do the same thing, but one can push 4K media and runs games at a slightly higher res/fps.

    To the average game enthusiast (such as myself), my current gaming set up would not accommodate a PC build. I have my own room with a TV, AV setup and my games consoles. I like the simplicity of games consoles for the reasons you've highlighted. Not because I don't like the idea of spending £400. I'm an enthusiast, so spending £300-400 every two years seems worth while on a cost-time value ratio. In my games room the two seat sofa is positioned directly in front of the TV with a proportionate layout for my surround sound speakers. The room isn't very big. To use a PC I would either have to re-do the entire room and build a desk unit or find some way to rest a keyboard and mouse on my lap or with a foldaway/rolling desk that I could use (because, in my experience, whilst you can use a controller for a lot of functions there are just some things you need a kb/mouse for). The change would just be way too imp active on the way I have designed my gaming experience to be comfortable and simple.

    PC might be *better overall, but to simply switch to PC is not a simple process.

    As for those saying that Sony are 'complicating' the issue of console gaming - How easy has your life been that when present with TWO choices you find if complicated???
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  • Destiny's Rise of Iron officially unveiled, new location detailed

  • Ajent 10/06/2016

    @The_KFD_Case Excuse? At what point did I make an excuse? I've nothing to excuse. I assume you mean to ask me what my response would be based on my opinion.

    As for your 'facts'; you seem to be confused between the difference of 'fact' and 'opinion'. However, I'll humour you.

    Your first 'fact', I disagree with. Most of the MMO/ Raid type games I've played have in game LFG options (mostly facilitated by use of a local/global chat system). I've never experienced a match made raid type activity. It's pointless comparing a 5-10 minute match made CoD match to a multiple hour excursion into a raid. Sure, the raids are not 'unattainable' feats. I don't think any 'fanboi' would ever say they are. Quite the opposite. A 'fanboi' might even suggest that they are so bored at completing Kings Fall in 40 mins that they would love a new raid. That's hardly 'fanboi-stirring hubris'.

    Your other two 'facts' agree with mostly. An in game LFG would be better (see my last comment - honestly, I could accuse you of trying to steal my point!). I don't think the current work around is more tedious though. It's incredibly simple. In fact, some my prefer it. I can patrol Venus in game whilst searching for a group on DLFG on my phone or tablet. An in game LFG might not offer such multi tasking options. As for it not offering a higher chance of matching play styles; YES, it does. You put it right there in the request whether you're LFG or LFM. Eg. "#LFM, must have mic, sword bearer needed, must be LL32". It's not a sure guarantee, but it is a better chance at finding someone who matches those stipulations than random matchmaking as you suggest.

    Your last 'fact' I completely agree with (and is actually closest to being an actual fact). But, as I've pointed out, I don't think that's why Bungie don't include it. They don't include it because they want you to enjoy the raid. Not get frustrated because you spend 2hrs looking for a sixth member because people keep quitting/ you keep failing because someone is lame/ constantly having to sherpa.

    In its current state, those who have played it love it and that positive word of mouth is worth more than a 'good will guest ire' to include match making which has a high possibility of back firing when a potentially high number of matchmaker players start complaining about how the game is 'broken'.

    Ultimately, we disagree. I think the only thing we agree on is an in game LFG would alleviate the majority of these issues. But matchmaking is a big no-no.
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  • Ajent 10/06/2016

    @AkumaG Actually, I'm going to hold my hands up. I mistook your comment for that of another user who was saying there should be matchmaking because him and his friends haven't been able to play because of the lack of it (which is false, as you've pointed out there are ways around it- the truth is they just can't be arsed).

    I still disagree with you. I think there is a very real negative possibility that a large majority of people won't communicate, even if they have a mic, will drop out resulting in wait time whilst recruiting another and other such issues that will make it too frustrating for people to view in a good way.

    Sure these can and do happen with LFG groups, I just believe (and The Division has proven to me) that automated matchmaking increases the occurence of these annoying acts.

    However, rather than matchmaking, I think an LFG notice board in the social areas would be a fantastic idea. It wouldn't be automated, it would still require a degree of work (going to the tower, going to the board, looking for a group, sending a join request) that would indicate the player was serious, and it would also allow a 'vetting' of those people as you all 'partied up' in the social space.

    Matchmaking = No. In game LFG substitute = YES !
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  • Ajent 10/06/2016

    @AkumaG I'm sorry, but your very wrong. Your telling someone who is experienced that they are incorrect, but then making your own suggestions when you yourself say that you have little experience ?!?!

    Have you played The Division? Ubisoft added matchmaking to their Incursion modes and end game content as an almost direct response to this sort of criticism. If you have played The Division end game, how many times have you had people quit on you thereby making the whole spent playing up to that point redundant?

    Matchmaking doesn't work for this level of end game content. Communication and team work is absolutely essential. Otherwise you come away with a very poor impression of the activity and that is what Bungie are avoiding (the raids are mostly positively received- they're brilliant). Positive word of mouth is the best free advertising ever. They won't tarnish it with crappy match made experiences.
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  • We don't know why Sony's making PS4K, but there are plenty of reasons it shouldn't

  • Ajent 10/06/2016

    When I saw the article title on the front page I was very confused. I thought "why would Eurogamer, a website that depends on the revolution of games consoles in order to continue thriving, be upset about the evolution of video games consoles". It just didn't make sense to me.

    And then I thought 'Jeez, I wonder if I'm in the minority about being excited about a locked 1080p 60fps PS4?'

    So I came to the comments expecting to see lots of people also venting about how they are also frustrated with this 'mid-cycle upgrade'.

    How pleasantly surprised I was to see that the majority of people here agree that this makes both financial sense, consumer sense (options) and is a healthy progression of the console model.

    Edit: woah, mood changed. So many negs...
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  • Ajent 10/06/2016

    @andrewchappell what about when the PS5 comes out. Or the PS6... Flawed logic. Reply -6