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which helped perpetuate the lies.
Gaming is already expensive as hell
Criterion jumped on that bandwagon and did the best they could without really understanding what an open world can do for a video game or how to use it.
Paradise is a game with serious insight into the manner in which open worlds are powered by player distraction.
before realising, all of a sudden, that you have neglected to enter any events at all, that you have merely been speeding, crashing, surviving, and thriving. Merely.
I'm not touching origin lol...
The dull 1st game explains the drop for the 2nd.
Who is it who's criticising Elite for being an inch deep? If it's the players, then the game can't be providing the sort of immersion that results in these game experiences for most of them.
Nintendo fanboy muppet.
mouth breathing fuckwit
You can untwist your panties now
If it was not mere coincidence Nintendo would have a better track record of success.
They got lucky with the Wii
and that lack of interest carried over to the Wii U.
I have been gaming for 30 odd years now.
Let's be honest here. How many non-gamers will get the Switch? In fact ask yourself this, for all the non-gamers who bought the Wii when it was the "next hot thing", how many of them bought the Wii U? Or any other console?
I disagree. If it was not mere coincidence Nintendo would have a better track record of success. As it stands even a broken clock is right two times a day.
PS4 and RDR hasn't got mass market appeal? You actually went there? :lol:
I don't really see the big need for a touch screen this time tbh. I mean you can't use it when its docked, so games can't rely on a touch screen as a main gameplay feature anyway.
especially when these people likely already own a device with the technical capabilities to run the software.
Here comes another nintendo console that's only going to play nintendo games... worked out well last time, didn't it?
Didn't help that Michael was the only remotely interesting one out of the 3.