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  • Quantum Break is coming to PC, too

  • MattEvansC3 11/02/2016

    @Dismiss not really. How many customers would buy it on both XboxOne and PC at RRP? How many sales is Alan Wake getting a month?

    The loss of sales is negligible compared to the potential upsurge of pre-order sales.
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  • IS Defense is the next game from the people who made Hatred

  • MattEvansC3 11/02/2016

    @GameChampionz the main difference is that in a made up war real people aren't getting massacred. This is much like the DOA Beach Volleyball game. The games aren't good enough to make much money so they court/create "controversy" in an effort to generate exposure and sales. Reply 0
  • A single button press skips loading screens in XCOM 2

  • MattEvansC3 11/02/2016

    @SuperSoupy I painted mine red cause everyone knows red'uns go faster. Reply +4
  • MattEvansC3 11/02/2016

    @UncleLou it's likely there for the testers. Does the summary screen display correctly? Yes. Tick it off the sheet, hit caps lock and move onto the next test. Reply +3
  • Veteran BioWare writer David Gaider seems to have a new job

  • MattEvansC3 09/02/2016

    I love BG2, it still is one of my all time favorite games and I was still trawling the mod scene long after most people lost interest...and I'm done with it. It's a great game but it's also a finished game. The story is done and it really is time to move on.

    It just seems really weird that given all the complaints about EA and their constant sequelitis, of running franchises into the ground that a Bioware writer, who's been given freedom to write stories in universes they've created, would jump ship to a dev that seems only to be interested in dredging through nostalgia and wringing as much out of a beloved franchise as possible.
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  • Sony is trying - and failing - to trademark "Let's Play"

  • MattEvansC3 28/01/2016

    @DreadedWalrus Time to play Corporate (Devil's) Advocate.

    Lets Play as a terminology has entered the public consciousness and is synonymous with streaming the same way iPad was synonymous with tablets.

    Sony has a built in feature on the PS4 that not only allows you to stream games but also let others join in.

    By trademarking Let's Play Sony can;

    Rebrand their existing tech as Let's Play and make the PS4 the official home of Let's Play videos.

    Take a cut of all Let's Play videos on YouTube.

    Deny use of the trademark to any videos not done via the PS4 meaning non-PS4 streamers either have to jump ship or find a new name. This will then give the wider audience the perception that professionals only use PS4s.

    Deny use of the trademark on a game by game basis. Someone streaming a buggy game? Video pulled because it infringes the trademark.

    Charge streamers a fee to use the trademark.

    There are many, many shitty reasons to trademark Let's Play.
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  • End of an era as Evo, the world's biggest fighting game tournament, ditches Street Fighter 4

  • MattEvansC3 27/01/2016

    @Tommohawked I'd wonder how much of it was Sony's call as they are funding it.

    Last year Evo dumped the PS4 version of SFIV in favour of using the Xbox360 version. If they stuck with SFIV this year they would also likely stick with the Xbox360 version which isn't good PR for Sony.
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  • Fire Emblem: Fates controversial scene changed for Western launch

  • MattEvansC3 21/01/2016

    @Fourfoldroot the irony being that your post is equally ill informed so be careful about berating others.

    For decades science has shown that specific brain patterns within the hypothalamus developed during the pre-natal and neo-natal stages dictate both your sexual and gender orientation. Without changing physical parts of your brain you cannot change the gender you are attracted to.

    While it seems to be a heartwarming message it also conveys a message that sexual orientation is changeable which it isn't. For her to like the protagonist as a male she would have to either be born bisexual or the potion would have to have done to her what the Christian Church has been attempting to do to gays for centuries.
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  • MattEvansC3 21/01/2016

    @Eraysor Its a "weird" scene because it's been lost in translation or poorly written without understanding the situations it presents.

    This is essentially what the scene is trying to convey;
    Soleil suffers from excessive shyness which is worse around people she's attracted to.
    She confides in the male protagonist.
    The male protagonist believes that as Soleil can talk to men (because she's not attracted to them) and can't talk to women (because she is attracted to them) that she'd find it easier to talk to women if they looked like males.
    He slips a potion in her drink that makes her perceive people as their opposite gender.
    He tells her after he's done it.
    As Soleil is already close to the male protagonist, her seeing him as female doesn't make her shy so she can talk to him as normal.
    What the male protagonist didn't realise is that he's quite hot as a female and Soleil becomes attracted to him as a her.
    When the potion wears off Soleil finds out that she's still attracted to the protagonist even though she sees him as a him now and it must all be down to him having a beautiful soul or some shit like that.

    In the game's defence this type of plot is actually quite "normal". Kids TV shows are full of episodes of friends using some form of plot device to help a friend get the girl/boy by making them funnier/more attractive/smarter/etc. I've seen potions, hypnotism, possession or even doing something to the other party.

    Equally there's plenty of "ugly on the outside but beautiful on the inside" plots with kids and young adult media. Like when they give the nerd a makeover so they can on a date with someone out of their league but on the date the nerd comes clean but the person out of their league likes them as a nerd.

    The problem is that the scene applies this to sexual orientation which is hard wired into your brain. So what should be a "Love is blind" heartwarming moment comes across as magical conversion therapy. Kids TV shows also don't go further than dating with the potion and it's generally made to look as a bad thing. This game oversteps that line and makes it about sex giving it that date rapey quality.
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  • Minecraft Boris Johnson announces 1.2m fund to promote games in London

  • MattEvansC3 19/01/2016

    @arcam It's not Boris chucking the money at this though. The money is being supplied by the Treasury via a EU authorised tax break and is being done in partnership with a UK trade body.

    This 1.2m of UK money is being used solely to advertise London, not the UK and not the UK games industry.
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  • MattEvansC3 19/01/2016

    Umm...yay for the further centralisation of investment within a small area of South East England. Go London...woo Reply 0
  • The link between Kylo Ren's Lightsaber and Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic

  • MattEvansC3 18/01/2016

    @CaptainTrips The version in the article is the canon version as it's a metaphor for Kylo Ren.

    The weapon uses a cracked crystal (soul) that can't focus it's power and vents in a uncontrolled fashion that makes it dangerous not just to the opponent but also to allies.
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  • Steam's sale changes were a huge success

  • MattEvansC3 12/01/2016

    @Vistrix This is the first sale I didn't even open up Steam let alone buy anything.

    I spent a bit on GoG though. I don't know why but the GoG UI looks more enticing and I find it easier to browse. Maybe Steam could do with a lick of paint to brighten it up.
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  • AMD cuts prices on R9 Nano small form-factor graphics card

  • MattEvansC3 11/01/2016

    @Suarez07 Unlikely. There's always stock issues with new cards so you need backup product.

    Also by cutting costs before the next one is released you are reducing the number of potential customers for your new card.

    From an OEM's perspective it's best to keep the existing product at it's existing price and price the new product slightly higher. The early adopters won't be put off by the price and then have to offer a slight price reduction on the existing model a month or two later to make it appear a "cost effective solution".
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  • Shenmue 3 PayPal backers denied Kickstarter-exclusive reward options "as originally promised"

  • MattEvansC3 06/01/2016

    @varsas So the losing vote is strong because it came close but the stronger vote is not strong because of "context"? Seriously?

    Here's the context;
    Most backers didn't care enough to vote and therefore would have no objection to the PayPal backers getting the Kickstarter exclusive rewards.
    Of those that did vote the majority voted that they didn't care and had no objections to the PayPal backers getting the Kickstarter exclusive rewards.
    Of those that did care the majority voted that they wanted the PayPal backers to get the Kickstarter exclusive rewards.

    Literally the minority of a minority, the smallest minority did not want the PayPal backers to the rewards. That is neither a strong response or representative of the feelings of the backers.
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  • MattEvansC3 05/01/2016

    @Reprise I clearly understand far, far better than you.

    Ys Net stated prior to the poll that a strong response either way would see the rewards either remain as a Kickstarter exclusive or be opened up to PayPal backers.

    We are just going to use plain, simple logic.

    Indifference is not a strong response, therefore for a poll measuring "Strong responses" it is abstaining to vote. It is only used to measure whether a specific option goes past a specific threshold.

    Abstaining votes do no count towards a head to head vote. As Ys Net clearly state a strong vote for No means it stays as a Kickstarter reward and a strong vote for Yes means it goes to PayPal backers this was a head to head vote.

    The No vote was the weakest of the three options. The weakest option cannot be the strong option. As by Ys Net's own rules that the No vote would have to be the strong vote for the rewards to remain Kickstarter only and as it wasn't the rewards could not remain as Kickstarter only.
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  • MattEvansC3 05/01/2016

    @varsas The strong response was with the Yes vote. It does not matter the difference between them, you cannot say the lowest voted of the three options is a "strong response" especially when Ys Net stated a strong response for Yes vote would see those awards given to the PayPal backers. Reply -10
  • MattEvansC3 05/01/2016

    @varsas Then why are Ys Net saying "Considering the strong response from those of you who felt that the Exclusive Rewards should remain exclusive for the Kickstarter, those Exclusive Rewards will not be made available on the PayPal page as originally promised." on their Kickstarter page? Reply +2
  • MattEvansC3 05/01/2016

    @shehzaanshazabdulla either you did not read the article or you are just getting pissy that a negative article has been written about Shenmue 3.

    The article is very clear that;
    A) There was a poll asking if PayPal backers should get the Kickstarter exclusive rewards.

    B) There were more Yes votes than No votes.

    C) Ys Net included a "I don't mind" option.

    D) Ys Net decided to add the "I don't mind" votes to the No votes to say the majority of voters didn't want PayPal backers to get the exclusives.

    D) The headline includes a direct quote from the Kickstarter page.

    E) Eurogamer have put the full quote in the article. That quote is from Ys Net's Kickstarter page.

    Quite simply the facts do not back up any part of your post.

    Also Ys Net DID promise to make these rewards available to PayPal Backers based off of the poll results;

    "If there is a strong consensus either way, the rewards will either remain as Kickstarter Exclusive, or will be offered on the PayPal site"

    More people voted yes than no. The strong consensus was with the Yes vote.
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  • Apple TV 2015 review

  • MattEvansC3 05/01/2016

    I know Eurogamer focuses more on the games but I'm a bit surprised you didn't take a kick at Apple's claims that Apps are the future. Most mainstream streaming boxes are app based be it the Roku, NowTV, the Firestick or even Smart TVs (including AndriodOS, WebOS and derivatives). Reply 0
  • MattEvansC3 05/01/2016

    You'd think the people defending Apple would actually have watched the presentations and read their promo stuff. From the very first reveal at the last Apple event Apple made a point of talking about it's gaming ability and have positioned it as a gaming device. Apple even showed off more game footage on uts reveal than Microsoft did for the XboxOne. Reply +11
  • Final Fantasy 9 is "coming soon" to PC, iOS and Android

  • MattEvansC3 05/01/2016

    @KanevilPS_ If you completes the game in under 25 hours you unlocked the most powerful weapon in the game. Not sure how that works with the ports though because the only way to achieve it was to pop open the lid every time the FMV started as there was no skip function. Reply 0
  • Xbox in 2015: A textbook year, but it's time to innovate again

  • MattEvansC3 31/12/2015

    @StooMonster The Surface RT and Surface 2 have the same memory configurations of 32GB and 64GB. Standard Win10 will install on a 16GB device while Win10 mobile will install on a 8GB device.

    Microsoft just chose to drop support for the Surface RT and Surface 2 because they flopped and its why all current Surface's use an Intel chip.

    There's a constant stream of incorrect industry rumours regarding MS devices. Websites were reporting on Lumina 750 and 850's long after Microsoft said they'd been cancelled. Some even used a leaked photo of the McLaren prototype as evidence of the 850's existence. McLaren was the Lumina 940 flagship handset prototype that was leaked eighteen months ago but never saw the light of day because they couldn't get one of its headlining features to work.

    One of the best sources to get Microsoft hardware news is Windows Central. Its editor Daniel Rubino seems to have some very strong connections within Microsoft giving him insider information that's prove extremely accurate.
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  • MattEvansC3 31/12/2015

    @StooMonster I'd put no stock in those rumours.

    Win10 only comes in three flavours, standard Windows x86/x64 for PCs and large touchscreens that has a desktop environment. Mobile for sub 8" touch screens which support ARM and x86/x4. Finally you've got ITO which is for devices with no screen.

    Win10 also doesn't support the game controller as an input method and while the XboxOne does its OS isn't setup for ARM. That means its a brand new version of Win10.

    It won't run XboxOne or 360 games natively and UWPs don't work that way. UWPs can be compiled for any Windows platform but that doesn't mean they are by default. Rise of the Tomb Raider will be in the Window 10 store but will only be available for x86/x64 systems and standard desktop Win10. Also Metro apps ended with Win8.1, its no longer a case of one size fits all but a core program with GUIs customised for each individual platform its released on.

    Realistically an Xbox Lite would either be a die shrunk XboxOne with no BluRay drive or a drive less XboxOne using a Skylake based Atom/Celeron processor.
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  • MattEvansC3 31/12/2015

    @Old_Books The original vision wasn't that bad, it was the execution and communication that was fucked up.

    This is what the XboxOne was meant to be, a console that allowed you to throw away your sky box, a forward thinking console that realised gamers were becoming more socially aware and could stream and connect to players like no console before. A console that understood we were going digital and wanted to free you from restrictive DRM policies and allow you to trade, sell on, swap or lend your digital downloads as if they were physical discs....and Don Mattick went and fucked it all up.
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  • MattEvansC3 31/12/2015

    This year I'd prefer Microsoft to double down on what they've got and strengthen that foundation instead of innovating and reaching for the stars. Their existing projects such as backwards compatibility, cross play, cross buy, etc still feel half baked and bare minimum.

    Microsoft need to allow PC releases into its exclusivity agreements just like Sony does.

    Microsoft has made a start of conjoining Xbox and PC games development with DX12 and talk of making XboxOne compatibility merely a tick box on the PC development tools but it needs to take it further. Microsoft needs to bring Xbox and Azure features over to PC gaming.

    Forget the horridness that was GfWL but a suite of tools that works alongside Steam or Origin. Allow devs to build in access to Xbox cloud saves even if the game isn't available in the Win10 store. Let them have group chat to their friends on Xbox Live without opening up the Win10 app.

    Most importantly of all Microsoft need a stronger Japan to West localisation team in Japan. Square Enix have gone on record stating the only reason the FF7 remake exists is because Japanese PS4 sales are disappointing and SE need them boosted for their other Japanese centric titles to succeed. Sony didnt need to offer SE money for FF7 exclusivity because Microsoft has no presence in Japan so Sony will always be the preferred partner for Japanese devs. Sony's best exclusives are coming from Japan and Microsoft needs to figure out how to stop that whilst taking into account their failure at securing a market presence over there.
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  • PlayStation in 2015: Goodwill ensured that the party continued

  • MattEvansC3 30/12/2015

    @system11 That in part is down to how Sony promotes the platform. Look at E3, Sony's big announcements were for three games that won't be out by E3 2016, two of them won't likely be out before E3 2017.

    In the same light Sony has focused marketing on PS4 ports, indie titles and multi platform games where they've bought DLC exclusivity for.

    Sony themselves are pretty much saying "Look at these huge exclusives we've got coming out in a few years time... and look at what we are plugging the gap with". When you compare that to Microsoft's announcements which are more about what's out this year or at least by next E3 it gives the impression that Microsoft has a "stronger" line up now whereas Sony has no games to show.

    If Sony focused more on the exclusives (paid for or just the other publisher not releasing for the XboxOne) that were being released in that financial year they wouldn't have that issue.
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  • MattEvansC3 30/12/2015

    @bad09 I reread my post and can see why so I've edited it for clarity. Reply 0
  • MattEvansC3 30/12/2015

    @bad09 I was referring to the Last Guardian. Reply 0
  • MattEvansC3 30/12/2015

    The big question is will the media still allow the goodwill and benefit of the doubt to extend into 2016?

    Pretty much every news outlet laid into Microsoft over Tomb Raider yet Sony received nothing short of positive reports for securing exclusivity deals for previously multi-plat games or series that have never appeared on a Sony console before.

    Equally Sony "won" E3 based on the announcement of a Kickstarter that Sony were reluctant to share details on (Shenmue 3), a piece of vapourware that we've barely heard of since (The Last Guardian) and a game that everyone wanted until the details started coming out and people then started saying, this isn't what wanted (Final Fantasy 7).

    This really is the year that the general gaming media (not just Eurogamer) need to stop whooping over every announcement Sony make and start questioning them with a bit of the cynicism that's been applied to Microsoft and Nintendo as well as the bigger publishers.

    *This is not a statement on the console. The console is good just as is the XboxOne and WiiU. They all have great exclusives as well as individual strengths and weaknesses. This is a statement purely about the media coverage it gets.*
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  • Nintendo in 2015: A difficult year shows signs of promise for what's ahead

  • MattEvansC3 29/12/2015

    @Rogueywon Looking at some of Nintendo's patents that were revealed this year they could be redefining the home console market with the NX (if those patents are for the NX).

    The patent was for an advanced streaming unit that could play disc based games when the disc is in a different unit as well as play a game on one console while updating the save files on a different networked console or handheld unit. We could be looking at a Windows 10 or SkyQ model whereby the service is decentralised from the main unit.

    Of course you could argue that the Xbox and PlayStation already do something similar but there are limitations to their use with there being a clear distinction between local and streaming play.

    Of course we'd have to wait until more information is revealed but it's something that could make Nintendo competitive again without entering the costly horsepower race.
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  • Steam security error leaves personal information exposed

  • MattEvansC3 25/12/2015

    @Retroid Valve five minutes later Reply +13
  • GAME blames low last-gen sales for pre-Christmas slump

  • MattEvansC3 23/12/2015

    @jonbwfc As a parent I am happy to pay extra for convenience, especially when buying for children. If your child's PS4 doesn't work on Christmas Day what would you prefer. Pack it up and take it back to the store on Boxing Day or send emails/ring a customer helpline, send it off to be checked, wait for it to be assessed and then wait for the replacement to come in the post?

    I'm tech savvy, I know where the best deals are but I also know that kids don't give a shit their console was 50 cheaper online, they only care about whether they can play it that day or not.
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  • MattEvansC3 23/12/2015

    @Optimaximal You do realise that planning growth around the "churn of dead hardware" has historically worked for the previous two generations? The original Playstation and Playstation 2 were still extremely popular well into the third or fourth year after their replacements hit the market? That's even with both the Playstation 2 and Playstation 3 being backwards compatible.

    Not everyone can spend 200+ on a new console and 40+ on a brand new game. The Playstation and Playstation 2 were sold as budget consoles with a huge selection of budget games. They were very popular presents for younger children or poorer households.

    What's happened here is that history hasn't repeated itself and sales of Xbox360s and PS3s has dropped off quicker. There's no stand out reason for this and while both PS4 and XboxOne sales are stronger they are not that much stronger to cover the drop.
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  • Assassin's Creed Syndicate: Jack the Ripper DLC review

  • MattEvansC3 22/12/2015

    Ubisoft really missed a trick here. Jack the Ripper really is a boring character that somehow achieved mythical status. Ultimately he's remembered for the gruesomeness and sexual nature of the attacks. That and the type of people he targeted generally show him to be a man that had trouble "performing". It's also very easy to not get caught when the people you are killing specifically work away from the eyes of the police, are disregarded by society and will have few people willing to admit they were near. He's not a criminal mastermind.

    Spring-heeled Jack on the other hand would have been a perfect fit. His physical feats were extraordinary and fits in well with the parkour elements of the series. He dressed and acted like a comic book villain and he was active for about 100 years. He was an urban legend with a police file.

    Instead of using a cowardly, sexually frustrated low grade criminal they could have used a real life Alan Moore character.
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  • Bandai Namco reveals new God Eater, Tales, and JoJo games heading west

  • MattEvansC3 22/12/2015

    @I_Am_CatButler Wouldn't God's Eater imply you are eating on behalf of God? Reply +1
  • MattEvansC3 22/12/2015

    @I_Am_CatButler Its grammatically odd. We would always use the singular term, such as man eater instead of men eater. Reply +2
  • MattEvansC3 21/12/2015

    Fuck you Namco Bandai and fuck your decision to bring over all these games and not a fucking Super Robot Taisen (Wars) with an English translation. FUCK YOU! Reply -15
  • Apple iPhone 6S review

  • MattEvansC3 20/12/2015

    In practical terms how does 3D Touch differ to the "long press" used on Windows Phone (not enough experience with Android to say if it has it or not)? Tapping an icon does that action whereas a "long press" of about half a second brings up a Right Clickesque context menu. Even Safari in iOS7 allowed for "long press" context menus.

    Also how much of iOS's 1GB efficiency is down to a lower screen res and lack of multitasking compared to Android? Windows Phones' lack of "true" background tasks/multitasking coupled with low res screens were main reasons it could ship with half the RAM of an Android handset.
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  • Hacker group Phantom Squad launches DDOS attack against Xbox Live

  • MattEvansC3 18/12/2015

    @Mementous No they don't and they have no skills to speak of.

    A DDoS attack is the equivalent of you and your friends just constantly ringing up your local Chinese takeaway and by keeping the lines engaged nobody else can get through to order takeaway.

    You can literally go online and buy a DDoS attack.
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  • Report: Kojima starting up new studio, in talks with Sony

  • MattEvansC3 16/12/2015

    @grassyknoll Square would have no chance at funding anything at the moment. They are pulling staff off of KH3 development just to get FF7 Episode 1 out. The FF7 demo is reusing FFIX assets and they had to partner with Microsoft to get Tomb Raider out.

    Square Enix's money is really only coming in from mobile gaming and FFIX subs.
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  • MattEvansC3 16/12/2015

    @BobbyDeNiro Last thing we need. Its important to know when a franchise has naturally come to an end and MGS has done that. Even if Konami release a sequel we know its not a true MGS game.

    Give Kojima a clean slate and he'll tell us a completely new story and give us a brand new experience.
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  • XCOM 2 is a faster, more urgent sequel

  • MattEvansC3 10/12/2015

    While these are welcome changes to the tactical game play I'm still waiting on more details about the base, geoscape and mission selection as those were by far the worst elements of the reboot.

    Compared to the original all of the reboot's systems in that regard were there to funnel or remove player choice which was the exact opposite feeling I got from the originals. As it removed player choice it also removed any incentive for me to repay it as there was not enough variation to make the next play through different enough.
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  • Final Fantasy 7 remake is episodic

  • MattEvansC3 07/12/2015

    @FrostedSloth and if you followed the debacle of Square Enix's communication for FFXV you'd know that "Please wait for our further announcement" is not a good thing. Reply 0
  • Microsoft, Square Enix "very happy" with Rise of the Tomb Raider, despite reported sales

  • MattEvansC3 30/11/2015

    @WilhelmvonOrmstein Is it really that stupid a decision?

    Lets look past pissed off fanboys and console wars. At the time of the release of the Tomb Raider reboot both the Xbox360 and PS3 had shipped over 70m units each, that's over 140m between them. Even with such a huge install base SE felt that the reboot didn't sell well enough.

    At the time of announcement the PS4 had an install base of around 20m and the XboxOne just over 10m. SE were publishing a game with higher production values aimed at a target audience less than a quarter of the reboot's. Even if it was released on the PS4 and SE knew how much of a success it was going to be its still a target audience just over a third of the reboot's.

    That of course is not taking into account that Uncharted 4 was being developed at the same time and was to be released in the same window.

    Rise of the Tomb Raider was going to struggle either way and t least the MS way gave it more financial stability and less competition (Uncharted 4).
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  • MattEvansC3 30/11/2015

    @Big-Boss There is also another reason. Much like all their big exclusives Microsoft has bundled the game in with the XboxOne. Console bundled games don't count towards chart positions and Microsoft can only count the number of bundles shipped to stores, it can't count how many of those bundles the retailer sold (only the retailers can count that).

    For all we know Microsoft may have cleared their stock of bundles which in their eyes is a success as Microsoft bought exclusivity to shift consoles.
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  • Google Nexus 5X review

  • MattEvansC3 29/11/2015

    @silents I'm undecided on the Lumina 950 or 950XL. I don't like big phones but the 950XL has the 810 compared to the 950's 808 SoC and I can pick them both up for a similar price. Reply +2
  • MattEvansC3 29/11/2015

    @Sora888 have you seen the price on the Z5? Its a 1080p handset that costs around 550 who's only major gaming advantage is that it uses a Snapdragon 810 instead of an 808. The non-Edge Samsung S6 is 400. Reply 0
  • MattEvansC3 29/11/2015

    @Der-Kleine probably because they don't pay for customer support and cut corners like knowingly shipping out faulty cables and refusing to replace them. Reply 0
  • MattEvansC3 29/11/2015

    @Kostas The LG G4 seems a bargain too being priced a little more than the 5X but with a QHD screen and 3GB of RAM. Reply +3