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  • Microsoft's E3 press conference

  • Osahi 09/06/2014

    The promised blowout was a wet firecracker. Scalebound en Crackdown saved the show. Reply 0
  • Osahi 09/06/2014

    few. Last minute save Reply 0
  • Osahi 09/06/2014

    Finally, the PLatinum Xbox One exclusive Reply 0
  • Osahi 09/06/2014

    Nobody talks like that when gaming. To little F-bombs and talk about mothers Reply 0
  • Osahi 09/06/2014

    I think they can scratch E3 2014 Blowout from the 'Will Save Xbox One'-chalkboard at Gaf Reply 0
  • Osahi 09/06/2014

    Tomb Raider Reply 0
  • Osahi 09/06/2014

    Limbo 2? Reply 0
  • Osahi 09/06/2014

    So nostalgia gets the loudest applause? (Hope it won't be the same at Sony's with Last of Us) Reply 0
  • Osahi 09/06/2014

    Actually only played Halo Anniversary, Reach and the beginning of 4 (got bored really fast). Might pick this up to see how 2 and 3 are. But depends on pricing though Reply 0
  • Osahi 09/06/2014

    They must be Miyazaki fans. That character is straight from Spirited Away Reply 0
  • Osahi 09/06/2014

    Indies being awesome again Reply 0
  • Osahi 09/06/2014

    Conker only in Projekt Spark. So Rage still getting to make shitgames.

    Man, what a joke
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  • Osahi 09/06/2014

    Projekt Spark used to be my most wanted Xbox One 'game', untill I played the beta. Reply 0
  • Osahi 09/06/2014

    Fable always looking cool, but I never found them actually fun to play Reply 0
  • Osahi 09/06/2014

    Ah Dance Central, time to go take a piss Reply 0
  • Osahi 09/06/2014

    Dead Rising looking like the boring, poor guy Sunset Overdrive Reply 0
  • Osahi 09/06/2014

    awesome trailer Reply 0
  • Osahi 09/06/2014

    ah, shitty stream fucking up at the moments I don't want to miss. Can't ge do it when there's another buzzword speech going on Reply 0
  • Osahi 09/06/2014

    I was waiting for a Paris AC since AC2. So yup, I'll jump again Reply 0
  • Osahi 09/06/2014

    Really looking forward to Evolve. Seems like actually trying to do something newish with the FPS genre. Reply 0
  • Osahi 09/06/2014

    Some drinking game guys are probably shitfaced allready. Reply 0
  • Osahi 09/06/2014

    Driveclub Xbox One edition it seems.

    Looking foreward to this though. Really liked the first one, and I'm not really into racing
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  • Osahi 09/06/2014

    Oh, all the exciting stuff is in the trailer, not in the gameplay exactly Reply 0
  • Osahi 09/06/2014

    Such an EMOTIONAL DEATH SCENE! Games truly have grown up!

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  • Osahi 09/06/2014

    His arm is going off. Gritty Reply 0
  • Osahi 09/06/2014

    Holy F, where are the CoD4 days, when the series was exciting as hell? Reply 0
  • Osahi 09/06/2014

    CoD looking Cod allright. Not sure if I'll plunge again, although it can hardly be worse then Ghosts Reply 0
  • Osahi 09/06/2014

    giantbomb has a good stream, but guys talking over it. How anoying is that Reply 0
  • Osahi 09/06/2014

    So, the new way of doing it is, not on a stage Reply 0
  • Osahi 09/06/2014

    Cue montage! Reply 0
  • Osahi 09/06/2014

    Come on MS. At this time I'm having a little regrets getting an Xbox One allready (Titanfall didn't have the legs I thought it would have, and my PS4 is where my multiplat is at). Reply 0
  • In Theory: Does Kinect-free Xbox One mean more power for games?

  • Osahi 15/05/2014

    @CandaDuv at the moment you CAN turn of the Kinect in settings. Not sure of you can unplug. The OCD in me has it plugged in, but turned of in the settings unless I play somethinh with Kinect integration (like never). I supose if they free up that 10% with a firmware update, they'll include the option for devs to turn the Kinect off automaticly. There is absolutely no reason to ask player to unplug the cable to be able to play.

    On an other note: In the end it'll have to come to games if MS want a bigger piece of the pie. I clean my house, so it's not collecting dust, but it doesn't see even remotely as much action as the PS4. Both systems lack great triple A titles (Infamous en TF were good while they lasted), but PS4 is the system of choice for multiplat and has an abbundance of cool indies. Next thing on Xbox One that peaks my interest is Sunset Overdrive, and that's still a few months of
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  • Xbox One's Games with Gold offer requires you stay subscribed

  • Osahi 14/05/2014

    The end of the "but you ""rent"" games" argument.

    Well, it's for the better, because Games for Gold was not up to scratch on 360 compared to PS Plus. I didn't renuew my Gold after my free month from the Titanfall bundle expired (play all multiplats on PS4, and I was a bit fed up with TF after a month), but might renew now if I find a good deal somewhere
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  • Diablo 3: Ultimate Evil Edition dated, confirmed for old and new consoles

  • Osahi 12/05/2014

    Probably going to trade in my PS3 version for this. Bought it in a sale, but never gotten around to really playing it. Reply 0
  • The PlayStation 4 hard drive upgrade guide

  • Osahi 10/05/2014

    @the_sas_man I guess most of them don't upgrade. And those that do usually do it to have more space to fill. Don't think a lot of HDD upgraders even consider load times Reply +11
  • Osahi 10/05/2014

    @moroboshi But it doesn't matter if you buy your games digital or physical anymore, as the BR contains the same file as you'd download from PSN and installs it. With install sizes exceeding 20, 30 gigs and more these days.

    The drive will be full fast. I've only got about 100 to 150 gigs to spare with a range of smaller digital titles and 5 to 6 physical releases
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  • Video: Six of the best game trailer soundtracks.

  • Osahi 09/05/2014

    I bought Beasts of America imediatly from iTunes when I saw that Infinte trailer. What a song! Reply 0
  • How Insomniac's Sunset Overdrive mixes gunplay with rail-grinds

  • Osahi 08/05/2014

    Easily the most interesting Xbox One title in the pipeline at the moment (the other being Quantum Break, but I fear the mix of live action 30 minute tv-show stuff with gameplay). Also the only one at the moment I'm sure to pick up at launch. Hope MS has more of this kind of stuff at E3, or I might really regret I got a Titanfall bundle next to my PS4 Reply +8
  • Angry Birds dev releases its take on Flappy Bird, with IAP

  • Osahi 07/05/2014

    After seeing the video

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  • PS4 racer DriveClub will now launch in October

  • Osahi 29/04/2014

    Had expected (and hoped for) a summer release in june.

    But I'm glad they're taking their time to deliver, because what I played ona PS4 preview event shortly before the delay was absolutely not up to scratch. It was a looker, but it felt like the typical 'graphs-over-novelty' launchgames tend to be. Hopefully they DO deliver on the promise now...
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  • That ET Atari game really was buried in New Mexico

  • Osahi 28/04/2014

    Major Nelson is hosting the show?

    Ugh. Great way to ruin what could be a very interesting doc.
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  • Lego The Hobbit review

  • Osahi 16/04/2014

    Got every Lego game to date (and loved most of them, of not all), but I'm going to sit this one out, although I am a Tolkien fan (and I even like the films. Hush!).

    Shall pick this one up on PS4 when it's down to 20 euro's or something like that, or when the inevitable complete edition arrives in the wake of the third movie
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  • Face-Off: Titanfall on Xbox 360

  • Osahi 12/04/2014

    Not sure if this is good news for X360, or bad for Xbox One

    (I shelled out for an Xbox One with Titanfall in bundle, as I was planning to getting one for the exclusives anyway. But now I'm thinking I've could've waited as every multiplat game I'll get on PS4 anyway)
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  • A glimpse at The Last of Us Remastered on PS4

  • Osahi 10/04/2014

    I loved that scène. I freakin' did. It was such a beautiful moment of breath between the horrors, and just a short bit ahead of the inevitable ending...

    And yeah, I'm so double dipping. It's my game of the previous gen. Won't mind playing trough it a fourth time.
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  • Looks like the Metro games are coming to PS4 and Xbox One

  • Osahi 31/03/2014

    Loved the original version, but didn't finish it due to other games taking over (for instance Last of Us, where I kept coming back too).

    Think I'll just sell my PS3 version (have it now on plus anyway) and double dip.

    EDIT. Woops, seems like it's the original, not Last Light (although it seems like it's included?). 2033. Will gladly play that one for the first time then!
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  • World War 2 shooter Enemy Front now has a release date

  • Osahi 27/03/2014

    @thecroydonbfg Because in the 1800s Wars were fought with guns that could fire maybe once in 2 minutes, with about zero accuracy. Soldiers stood side by side, row on row while firing on each other. The tension just being: hope the other guy across me's gonna miss. Just wouldn't make for a fun shooter... Same reason they don't do World War I games. You know, target practice from trenches ain't all that fun, let alone storming into machinegun fire...

    And this, well, looks pretty much like shit. Just like those Sniper-games.
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  • PS4 and Xbox One version of Strike Suit Zero out next month

  • Osahi 27/03/2014

    @riceNpea Colony Wars was awesome. I do hope Sony blows the dust of that franchise once. How awesome would a tripple A sequel or reboot be? But I guess the market for space shooters is to small these days.

    I'll definitaly pick this one up though, just because I really long for another dogfight space shooter thing since years. Although the reviews of the PC edition aren't all that great, so let's hope the Director's Cut fixes a lot of the issues.
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  • Face-Off: Metal Gear Solid 5: Ground Zeroes

  • Osahi 24/03/2014

    @Playstationman 15 upvotes, 5 downvotes. 15 - 5 = 10 Reply 0
  • Assassin's Creed: Unity confirmed by Ubisoft with in-game footage

  • Osahi 21/03/2014

    Definitaly the most interesting setting since the renaissance. The stuff I missed the most in III and IV were citys were the streets were paved by history. Boston, New York, ... they were small and young cities, with not very interesting lay outs (blocks and straight streets). Only Havana had a real history feel to it, but was small too.

    Paris is massive. Paris has history. + the revolution is an awesome timeframe (that took many decennia, counter-revolutions and such), where history and the worldview really shifted. Just like in the renaissance. (It helps I know it better then American Revolution, which isn't tought at all here in history class (in Belgium) )

    It also helps I'm a Paris freak (visit once a year and love the city). Looking forward to discovering the streets before Beron Hausman levelled the city and made it how it is now.

    Only thing the game needs now, is better stealth (dedicated button) and better missions (not hundreds of eavedrop shit) and I'm prepared to fall in love all over again, like I did with AC2... (I liked the follow ups to, even III, but never that much. Law of diminishing returns. The ships in III and IV helped though to respark my interest)

    Wondering if naval battles are back btw. The French had a fleet, but not sure if it played a great part in the Revolution.
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  • Titanfall boosts Xbox One sales by 96 per cent in the UK

  • Osahi 17/03/2014

    @Dizzy Fifa was released in 2013. Titanfall has double the sales Fifa made in 2014. Guess Fifa is still way ahead.

    Looking forward to precise numbers btw. And wondering what InFamous will do next week. The boost in sales was expected, and deserved (I got an Xbox One to this week, sitting next my launch PS4), but Titanfall isn't actually the revolution the hype wants us te believe.
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