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Get a fucking console dickheads, fuck me!
You don't have to buy/play them.
When i say different versions than each other i don't mean who you play with lol
Some will play it low end, High end etc so not everyone will play it at better res/fps than PS4/X1.
As for the Skyrim rant, 2011 game with mods, 2 year old GTAV with mods....I would rather you bore me to death with new IP i am missing out on over in PC land like star citizen instead of bigging up mods for old games.
Who's PC version? You will all have different versions to each other.
Modding is none too shabby, And cant be matched for creativeness from it's users, But a 2 year old game being modded is nothing to miss out on, You lot still play Skyrim modded lol
Bloodborne >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Modded 2 year old game
For PC gamers the 14th april will be a momentous occasion,
Pixels will be sniffed,
Mouses will be double clicked,
Files will be modded and you all will marvel at what people were playing 2 years ago....
But for console gamers
It will be a tuesday.
While both console versions are quite playable, the massive hitches in performance experienced in certain sections on the Sony platform left us preferring the Xbox One version. Of course, if you have even a moderately powerful gaming PC, we'd recommend that above all
perhaps the developers are aiming for a more 'cinematic' feel
You hit the nail on the head when you said "a video game that requires weeks if not months of repetitious grinding in order get that 'prize' or 'level", that's why that kid was crying
Shift from console to mobile continues.
That's exactly how it works, you are an investor which is not the same as a customer.
Biggest threat to freedom of speech and democracy, not ISIS George, but mistrust and cynicism here in the West
Undead Labs has admitted that it's unlikely its open-world zombie game State of Decay will be getting a multiplayer mode, despite this originally being planned.
We already knew that Undead Labs was planning to launch a State of Decay MMO title in the future after entering a multiyear deal with Microsoft. No doubt this zombie MMO will take full advantage of Microsoft Azure cloud platform in hopes to give gamers the best zombie experience on both PC and the Xbox One.
....then look at doing multiplayer in the future
Which is true of all other forms of media.
I am in 100% agreement with you.
yes, as in that's what he wouldn't comment on
he's talking about the exact game length there
At the end of the day, we're not going to comment on it
There is no difference George you are just like a dog with a bone when you don't like the game or company. :)
You're joking right? Look at early access, as bizarre as it is on PC people are actually paying to test games these days.
Patch Five will be beta tested first by PC players (you will soon be able to opt-in via the Dragon Age Keep website), BioWare explained in a new blog post.
As you say, Steam is huge. Getting agreements for every game in the service to continue running offline would be a huge undertaking.
They can't patch the DRM out of Steam because it is part of their agreement with publishers and how would you access the games you haven't installed without servers to download them from?
Steam is a service, it provides you, the subscriber access to games provided by publishers. Should that service end then you no longer get that access. That's what you signed up for after all. It's not spiteful.
Steam has terms of service, the DRM being functional is a condition of that. Your games do not function without DRM. Steam is DRM. Valve has to adhere to the legal and contractual obligations it has with publishers (not you). For an executive (s) to decide to remove that will have legal ramifications, possibly even imprisonment (Valve cannot make those decisions about IP they don't own & removing DRM infringes that).
By default Sony, Nintendo and Microsoft provide access to physical media without any restrictions. For them to prevent that would require action on their part (an extraordinarily spiteful action at that).
For you to lose access to all or part your Steam collection only requires that Valve no longer provide the service.
You not making any sense at all: Sony / Nintendo "could" require a patch to disable all physical packaged games
Why would any company fucking do this!?!
"What is the onus is on them to continue allowing the PS4 continue to operate for physical media? " What is the onus to create a patch that disables a product because they closing down. I honestly think that line of think is bordering on mental illness. It Ford stopped making cars I don't imagine they would sent gangs around to set fire to cars.
My Dreamcast and games still work fine.
I sick of this debate because the idea that the WiiU physical copy of Assassins Creed has the same level of DRM has the Steam version is absolutely ridiculous.
It's a complete delusion to even suggest it. A. The Steam version requires online authentication to actually be usable, the WiiU does not. B. To actually play your games, you have to link your game to an account (which requires you to stick to the terms of service no matter what), you do not with the WiiU version.
And it's disgusting you call the second hand market a "leech", people can sell anything they own, any way they choose.
You are a corporate apologist, the absolute worst type of gamer, the Steam fanatics are the most extreme in all of gaming & most avoidant of reality.
As someone who doesn't play online I'm not particularly vulnerable. But your thesis is just PC wank fantasy about consoles. Almost all PC games need online verification to be used, console games do not. And why is a pretty important question to ask actually. Why would Sony patch the PS4 to stop playing all games? Here's what it looks like
* This update will stop you playing any games ever.
Do you want to update?
(Can you see ridiculous you're being? Console games right now function as a product because of the way they're distributed, PC games as a service because of the way they are distributed. That's why I could get a refund for Battlefield 4 on PS4 & not for Crysis Warhead on PC).
Their agreement with publishers probably wouldn't allow them to simply give away the games on their service.
Battlefield 4 (PC)