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And there begins the problem, because "different region" (not EU) doesn't mean it's "legit", whether they're real keys or not. Neither does the fact that Steam accepts the keys legitimize them per se.
Erm, yes. I do care actually. I know that may be a difficult concept for you to grasp.
But we can use other regions stores, as I just said I can get MGS 5 digital on PS4 for £26.88
And then of course there is retail.
It is if bought by a 3rd party, but not if you buy direct from steam, even during a Steam sale.
Oh and btw
"It's cheaper on PC"
Should actually say...
"The PC digital version if bought through a key seller is cheaper".
I'm sure I can live with the price difference, but obviously you can't deal with the fact that this game is now cheaper then on the Steam, guess it's not so perfect is it?
Hahaha you are humorous a whole £1.10 I genuinely laughed.
No it where I point out it says out of stock.
Nope not defending the original prices just pointing out that as of right now it's cheaper than the PC version.
"If that was 50% off"
But it's not...
Even when working with good material (digital pricing is a joke and this is not a great deal) you manage to make everybody hate you.
£5 cheaper than Steams sale price
A Christmas PlayStation Store sale begins with a bang today by offering Metal Gear Solid 5 half-price, which means £30 on PS4
I thought you would be on your high road red faced shouting about it being dumbed down, or shallow, or thin on content or how the game doesn't quite meat your expectations george
The game itself seems fine, if shallow, but it's all the anti-consumer corporate commander bs that I'm annoyed about.
Not every game needs to have endless weapons, perks, options, etc.
You really are quite upset about Battlefront ;)
I am still at a loss as to how a studio as talented as DICE made something so terrible, so dumbed-down and so lacking in any inspiration (and of course, content) whatsoever. It's just utterly terrible and I'm so fucked off that I can't refund it.
Apparently a collection of developers tried to sell the idea to Marvel, but it was too expensive for its taste
With settings ramped up to ultra, temporal anti-aliasing engaged and Battlefront's internal resolution scaling pushed to its 200 per cent limit, we captured at both 1920x1080 and 2560x1080 ultra-wide resolutions
Deep Silver own it. One of the terms of getting the first dead island published was that deep silver got to own the IP. Techland had nothing to do with Dead Island 2.
Dead Island 2 wasn't being developed by Techland though
again, why should the consumer have to be penalized for their mismanagement?
it's more likely that they saw their season pass wasn't selling so they jammed some future-planned dlc into the upcoming release.
They are compared to PC's, yes PC's are a lot less hassle then they used to be, but still not as easy as consoles.
You do know FW updates don't actually stop you playing single player games?
You are also aware the same for console patches.
I've never came across an mandatory password rest on my PS4, can't speak for X1.
And again as a purely digital gamer I haven't come across installs, but I take it physical PC games don't require installs?
First you tried to make out that consoles are bogged down with Fw updates and patches, but that isn't quite true is it? Funny how you didn't reply to me pointing out that neither stops you from playing the game, and that PC's also have Os updates and game patches.
George I have already sent you away with your tail between your legs twice already.
Now be a good boy and move along.
Most of my games have some sort of multiplayer component and they....
and full of PC trolls.
You are wrong. Yes, I have enabled download while I'm playing (why wouldn't I??) and I have been blocked from playing games because an update is pending.
Only for delusional people is any of this a mystery.
That means that the PS4 has ALWAYs had that capability.
What about multiplayer specific titles? I recall not being able to play the COD MP exe due to the update being required via Steam.
You can still play a game on PS4 without a patch, and it doesn't pause the download either...
What is the definition of a genuine PC Gamer?
Steam has forced updates.
If there's an update for one of my Steam games, I can't even play the single player until it's done.
If you to just want to enjoy a hassle free and easy quick fix then you buy a console.
Blah blah blah... how can you know that the PS4 version is at its best in these pics ?
Answer : you can't know... ;-)
Deal with it :
PS4 : http://images.eurogamer.net/2013/articles//a/1/7/9/5/6/8/5/fix2.bmp.jpg/EG11/quality/90/format/jpg
PC ultra : http://images.eurogamer.net/2013/articles//a/1/7/9/5/6/8/5/ultra_004.bmp.jpg/EG11/quality/90/format/jpg
But that's an asperct of optimisation though too.
Working efficiently within the limitations you are faced with.
Ultimately, what we have here is a highly optimised version of Battlefront on all three platforms. Console optimisation is especially impressive: various settings are adjusted on a per-map basis in order to squeeze the best performance out of the game in all circumstances. When possible, we see consoles match the PC's high preset, but in other situations, we see settings adjusted to lower values in order to keep performance soaring.
Very cynical here, do we want our games supported with new content or not?
Surely it's a good thing too make new maps etc for our games? Never got why there seems to be a negative attitude to add ons.. Buy if you want, or leave it..
Also, didn't vanilla Bf4 only have 10 or so maps? Can't remember anyone moaning about that.. : /
People would do well to remember what happened with "LotR Conquest" when contemplating throwing £80 at EA for this. (Actually, "£80" is putting it mildly when the "deluxe" package carries a £100+ price-tag digitally!)
EDIT: Correction... It's the "Ultimate Edition" that costs £104.98 - the "Deluxe Edition" is a mere £64.99 (PSN)
People comparing the content to vanilla BF4 do not seem to realise the cost pressure that Dice must be under for acquiring the Star Wars licence itself.
It's a little shallow sure, but I actually think it's better for it.
And it has to be said, a couple of small technical shortcomings aside, it's certainly is a amazing technical feat. Even at only 30fps it would have been one of the most impressive current gen games released so far. The fact that dice has managed to deliver smooth as silk 60fps (I didn't even notice any drops in frame rate in 40 player battles) is nothing short of astounding!
Battlefield 4 (PC)