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It always was the best service but everyone kept crying out for a subscription-tied service instead, I don't know why.. I would rather have games I can keep on X1 also, without being forced to pay for them, even if they are only indie games or older than what we get at the moment.
I can see your point but you are pretty much "renting" games with PS+ and GWG except for the 360 games.
Would you say the same thing when Sony start charging for Playstation Now via Gaikai? Some how I doubt it ;).
Edit: Here's the link with the pricing:
Sony is charging up to $5 for a four-hour rental period and up to $30 for 90 days of access to a game like Final Fantasy XIII-2, a game that sells new for roughly half that price on disc. A game like Guacamelee costs $15 for either a 90-day rental or a full download on PSN.
Clearly you have no idea what the keep is.
£45 for one game + £20 for a season pass V £5/pm or £40 a year for multiple games ..
care to expand on "This becoming mass-market will not be a good thing ?
What about Team Fortress 2?
You're cynical about everything.
There's a time and place for arena shooters done well.
I dunno why you're so convinced that they're doing things just to spite people who bought RUST, when in reality all their doing is working like any other developer would.
Developing Games simultaneously and releasing games simultaneously are two different things.
By your example, QA will likely not work on any of those prototypes for a long time.
I don't agree that the best way to make anything is to throw as many bodies on it as possible.
I don't agree that making something fast is better than making it properly.
You can see how far Rust has evolved by reading the devblogs here: http://playrust.com/
Really? People still don't get that a developer can (and in a lot of situations should) develop multiple things at once?
Sure, we have 26 members of staff. Four of them are working on their own games. Out of those four only one of them has ever touched Rust (briefly)
"Are we crazy?" responded Facepunch. "Are we doing it wrong? Should every person in the company be working on the same thing? Should HBO make one TV show at a time? Should Warner Brothers make one movie at a time?
so gonna start on Assassin's Creed or Outlast next i think.
Did online first person shooters change so much in the last ten years this is what's important?
They ignored all our requests to implement 3D Blu-ray support for months and now that Xbox announced support the have been able to implement it in a week?
PlayStation 4 gets 3D Blu-Ray support next week
Just days after it was confirmed for Xbox One.
and a Sky Sports day pass is £9.99
However, as Destiny's September launch draws closer, it's a little disappointing that the frame-pacing issues are still present - we saw them in the E3 debut at the Sony conference last year, they were still present in the alpha and it's surprising to see this obvious judder persist into this more advanced code. We're still hoping that Bungie can fix this before the final code is unleashed.
If you like doing that fair enough. But not everyone wants to have to fiddle around with sliders to get a game to run properly. With console gaming simplicity is key-it just works and you don't have to worry about anything else.
I enjoy PC gaming more than console gaming (I own a PC and PS4), but for ease of use and convenience consoles can't be beaten
With a console you stick the game in and you are 99% certain it will work
If was feeling pedantic (and I often am) I'd point out that your new GPU/RAM/CPU/whatever probably wasn't free so essentially and by extension, your 'remastered' PC game isn't free.
You can record videos at 1fps and render them back at 30, you don't need to record in real-time.
This is the reason I prefer consoles.
PC gamers think themselves to be an elite because they have the multiplatform titles with the best presentation, but how many of them can only prove that some years after release when they have upgraded their hardware, boosted their framerate and caught up with the rest of the planet who has been happily engaging with its multiplayer for years.
PC gaming is a con.
The problem with targeting hardware of the future is that you will always be tempted to take screenshots and record videos at those settings
Surprise to no-one, though I'm getting increasingly irritated by their comments about "mobile-first world" or such nonsense
'Requested by PS3 "purists"'
OK...that's hilarious. I'd think it was satire in any other context.
Destiny Xbox One beta won't be 1080p, but the final version will
"We're going to experiment. The target is either 1080p non-anti-aliased or 900p with FXAA. We're trying to optimise... we don't want to give up anything for higher res. So far we're not 100 per cent happy with any of the options, we're still working on it. For day one it's not going to change. We're still looking at it for post-day one. We're likely to increase resolution after we ship."
What i'm trying to say is that for people without a family to take care of or a business to run there is no need to buy this booster because you have more time to play, for everybody else who hasn't got enough spare time it's a helpful boost that will let them achieve the end game faster
When will they realise though that their long-term reputations are just as important as the short-term cash gain from this sort of rubbish.
but you talk as if this is a new thing. grinding existed for decades before MTs made an appearance.
It really isn't the end of the world. Not everyone has the time to grind their way through every game they want to play.
“Sega would like to clarify a statement that was issued over Twitter. All options are currently on the table concerning development for the Wii U Virtual Console. Although there are no immediate plans, this does not negate the possibility and exploration of creating for this platform.”
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