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Loved it for Bayonetta 2, Super Mario World 3D and Pikmin 3.
But Nintendo never convinced me a game was better if it was split across two screens.
The only reason I can come up why people still play games on consoles is that they haven't seen a modern PC with Steam, big picture mode, controllers plugged in, GOG, thousands and thousands of games from previous generations that are really really cheap, emulation etc.
@jetsetwillie Ah okay. So changing the way the game plays completely is now a gimmick.
We're done here.
The business model is nowhere near as easy as 'go third-party, make yens'. I admit we don't know the figures but it's never seemed a convincing proposition to me.
(still can't understand why so many people wanted it to die, though)
Gard added Lara's famous handstand move - more of an Easter egg than a useful ability -
Just call it PS1 or PSX please - PSone is specifically the slimline model.
The block unit based platforming always kinda make me think of it as a 3d evolution of the old Prince of Persia on Amiga, with the "take one step back from edge, run and jump" mechanic.
(Both 3DS and Wii U featured resistive touchscreens, reliant on pressure and less precise. They were also single-touch only.)
I am a game developer and I don't see what the fuss about big day one patch sizes is all about.
Finally a game that seems to ship with content on the disc
If it was given for free, there time would be wasted with people having no intention of buying it. At least this way it helps filter the time wasters out. It's a business and must be run like one.
I see you haven't played on one. It's an excellent device and it is a complete game changer. Play Rez in VR and you'll understand.
no one has CRT monitors any more
Fully expects this thread to be populated by holier than thou, a-sexual, judgemental wanks.