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It's not really all that surprising when you consider: the Xbox One reveal; it's price at launch; that Kinect was imposed on you at launch (this put me right off); that the PS4 was £80 cheaper at launch; is more powerful etc.
I'd praise the day the head of a game as successful as TLOU comes around and says "You know, we've told a complete story and made a game that will be fondly remembered for years, we'd rather leave that as it is and concentrate on a whole new thing"
"We'd like some more money for this last gen game slightly shinier once more, having milked it to death previously already."
i was being purposefully flippant :) there's different kinds of depression
I do have eyes however, and people posting stuff here are informed gamers.
And they fucking hate this bullshit, 95% of us. For a reason
Now, please tell us about how difficult it would've been to provide for an offline singleplayer experience.
And you probably believe that is true. That nobody ever made a product because it would sell enough before people realised it wasn't great or didn't understand any better.
Online demands like theese are destroing gaming. Listen: I dont want other People in my games! Get it?
I have a general principle of buying anything which is the subject of a "ban this sick filth" campaign
So, for players who want it on PC, really you're looking at a new audience that hasn't played before,
So the question is, why would Microsoft want to cajole W8 users into upgrading to W10 like this?
The Internet Archive certainly isn't the villain here, and I actually applaud the dedication of its volunteers in finding new ways to keep old games playable and accessible, but the way it treats games so differently to other media is part of a much larger problem.
Firstly, is there currently a market for films from the birth period of the film industry? I'd argue not really.
The point EVERYONE is making, but seems to be seen as a sort of personal attack on the quality of the game and it's ability to entertain, is that devs need to stop promising us what they can't deliver.
Your attitude is, "It's a video game, relax". My attitude is, "It's a product I'm expected to pay £50 for".
That's the difference, I guess.
"If you don't stop complaining about being handed a product you paid for that isn't as advertised, then things will get worse!"