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Good that they've done this but lets not give them too much praise, they wanted to charge and still would be if it wasn't for the backlash.
Still don't know why they don't make an actual turn based Warhammer 40k game that's, you know, like the table top game.
Current gen consoles like PS4/XB1 dont have this problem.
Christ, they made a considered business decision to hold the game back. What difference will those three or four months really make to you? Surely there's something else you can play in that period of time while you wait - maybe several of these incredibly well-priced games in the article above?
"We explored options for developing classic servers and none could be executed without great difficulty," he added. "If we could push a button and all of this would be created, we would. However, there are tremendous operational challenges to integrating classic servers, not to mention the ongoing support of multiple live versions for every aspect of WOW."
Fable Legends wasn't the Fable you were after
Nice theory, but you won't be able to buy a PC gaming rig as powerful as a PS4 Neo for the cost of your old PS4 plus the cost of a PS4 Neo.
Why would a slightly better specced Playstation convince console gamers to get a PC?
Jesus Christ, I'm in total agreement with you, who would have thought it...
This mid-gen refresh is more about the future than the present. Right now the PS4 is fine. It runs games pretty well and similar to the PC's high settings in fullHD or very close to it.
But what about 2017, when the PC has got Polaris GPUs and then Vega GPUs later. Or 2018 when it gets Navi GPUs? By then the PS4 might not look so fine and fresh anymore. Mobile GPUs might be catching up by then also.
This is about future-proofing the console industry and its business model.
Those bemoaning PC gamers for our apparent appreciation for cutting edge gaming tech, had better go and stick a finger in their eye and fuck off. Clearly technology is leaving the current gen of consoles far behind, I'd like to say I told you so...but.
Spencer knows that Xbox is about being more powerfull than PS, they just forgot it.
If it doesn't have a 4k Blu Ray player as part of the package this will be a no go for me.
There are so many details in this scrappy little game that I love. I love the way that you have to physically deal with ammo clips, pulling out empties and replacing them. I love the way that your more expansive powers see you sending sniper shots echoing right across the map or calling in bombers. Most of all, I love the way you can mess around with your wristwatch to check out wave numbers and how many kills you've racked up.
oh do please educate me you PC übermensch.
What a load of wank.
Wow. I genuinely can't remember the last time I played a port so poorly thought-out that they forgot to implement a "quit" option.
Their biggest problem is that they're so tied to the name of the game. ie every 7 days a zombie hoard appears and attacks your base, or wherever you happen to be. That's kinda immersion breaking, but it's the core gameplay mechanic.
Nice to have your input, George, and I agree the premise of this game is unquestionably sound and with some work could be excellent. Shame you forget (or admit in your case) to mention it is as broken as Mr Broken as Fuck of Broken as Fuckaville.
Because the game hits that resolution most of the time (as per this article)
Pointless argument, but sure.
Nobody's talking about 4k, except you.
Let's be clear, a dynamic resolution is not a native 1080p resolution. Native is 1080p pixels mapped directly to the 1080p pixels of the console output, that again maps directly to the 1080 pixels on your TV. Any dynamic scaling is not a perfect mapping and blurs pixels due to sub pixel detail being shared across less pixels. The fact that PS4 employs it less often does not make any difference. It cannot be described as native 1080p.
Blizzard has already confirmed both PS4 and Xbox One run at native 1920x1080 too, albeit with a dynamic resolution system in place.
Say what you will about how dragon age: inquisition played, but dam that game was good looking. If bioware apply the same sheen to mass effect I would be ever so content.
I think that Nintendo haven't really adjusted in this age of social media
And it can only get worse: soon people will just be watching others play things like football, chess, fencing, and all manner of games that they could go play themselves!
Wow George you're actually coming across as autistic
They don't have "more job opportunities" available to them at all. They have the same "opportunities" that existed anyway, but without the buffer of an existing job to pay for food, bills, rent/mortgages, etc.
You make redundancy sound like a lottery win.
That statement is incredibly foolish, even early access games will have been worked for years because being available. Do you really think early access is just putting a few assets together & it's done? (Bar asset flips obviously).
People have mortgages to pay & children to feed. I honestly think you must be a dependent making statements like that.
Setting up businesses / concepts / designs takes months, if not years. Games don't just fall out of the sky.
People losing their jobs isn't a good thing.
Kickstarter & independent development is not for all people or is work / success guaranteed.
If 125,000,000 OBVIOUSLY isn't the metric for success, than why is 0.012% of that number a metric for anything at all? It equally obviously isn't.
It's £29.99 to download on the XB1.
If MS are going to release more XB1 exclusives on W10 then they should lower the XB1 price to match the PC price
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