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  • The Last Guardian review

  • SpaceMonkey77 05/12/2016

    A decade in the dev wilds, its good that its been worth all of those hours spent and delays and broken launch dates. Another win for Sony. Congrats TLG dev team and Sony. Reply +4
  • WipEout looks great for its PS4 debut

  • SpaceMonkey77 05/12/2016

    @fr05t

    Would love to, but no Wii U over here, so I'll wait for the NX/Steam version.
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  • SpaceMonkey77 05/12/2016

    Good for PS4 and those who want more Wipeout. One of the games that made the Sony brand something gamers needed to embrace.

    I'm more of an F Zero guy, but still waiting for the same future race league to return to us, via Nintendo, and which usually moves at a fast whippet pace. Until then, this will have to do. Congrats.
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  • Dead Rising 4 review

  • SpaceMonkey77 05/12/2016

    Like the original, I think I could have fun with it, no doubt. Then I look across longingly at State of Decay, in short, games that are doing the zombie game genre a much better deal and perhaps I choose them over this instead.

    With State of Decay, I actually care about those I rescue and look after them, feed and heal them, try to survive with them, and when they die via the permadeath, it really cuts at your gamer heart a bit, plus the loss of bagged loot. I've never felt the same about Dead Rising npcs as much, because this series has a lot to do, to match State of Decay, while I don't expect them to be the same. I know I shouldn't speak of another game, in this review thread, but I think that Capcom, bless their talented heads, are missing that vital rebuild post apoc society tribe part, which really adds more magic to zombie games, than just the horde like Musou fun spectacle battling.

    I hope that DR4 does well for Capcom anyway, and if this zombie powder is too much dead meat for you, wait until next month for the awesome, sinister of RE7.
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  • Why The Last Of Us doesn't need a sequel (and why we'll play it anyway)

  • SpaceMonkey77 04/12/2016

    I think some fans are getting caught up in the fear of sequelitis. Fear that the original will be spoiled or tarnished somehow if another is made, and that's kind of sad, while I also understand that there's a fine line to tread and get right, and no one wants a half baked game. Naughty have good skill in treading the line, as the Uncharted games prove after four great ones previous. Last of Us deserves the save chance to expand, so have some faith, gamers. Reply +4
  • Death Stranding will use Guerrilla Games' Horizon: Zero Dawn engine

  • SpaceMonkey77 04/12/2016

    That trailer looks cool and shows more of what the game is about. Very intrigued and want to know more. Also, new game, woot! Reply +1
  • SpaceMonkey77 04/12/2016

    @Bolin

    The Fox engine is sweet, but there are other also sweet ones, so that's moot. What matters is the art created with the tools and so far DS has me interested to learn more. And if Kojima can make something cool like DS, it just shows the beauty of being more creatively independent. I have to wonder how much more cool games could come of out japanese dev minds, if they were really unlocked potential wise.
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  • Ellie is the lead character in The Last of Us Part 2

  • SpaceMonkey77 04/12/2016

    This is the way of things. If a game does well and is fun, we get more of it. Nothing wrong with that. I'd like to see what else they have to say and do, in this post apocalypse tale. Reply +1
  • Uncharted: The Lost Legacy is set after Uncharted 4, will be longer than Left Behind

  • SpaceMonkey77 04/12/2016

    Have to say after watching that great trailer, and enjoying Uncharted 1 and 2, its great that we are getting more, and also great that there's room for both this series and Tomb Raider, to do their own treasure hunting thing.

    I hope you keep giving me reasons to want a PS4, Sony. I can't afford one right now, but its also nice to dream.
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  • PlayStation Experience 2016 live report

  • SpaceMonkey77 03/12/2016

    I guess everyone here didn't know about this. Might be an idea to have a regular event calendar, EG, so we can keep track. Reply +5
  • Ł180 for a 1TB PS4, Uncharted 4, Last of Us and DriveClub

  • SpaceMonkey77 02/12/2016

    That's a sweet PS4 deal starter, but perhaps expected with the PS4 Pro around. Reply 0
  • The Game Awards 2016 live report

  • SpaceMonkey77 02/12/2016

    Those vids of LoZ were really good. Looking forward to playing it, the more I see of it. 2017 looks to be a good year for Nintendo, hopefully. Reply 0
  • Telltale's Marvel game is Guardians of the Galaxy

  • SpaceMonkey77 02/12/2016

    Hmmm, I don't. We will see. All the best, anyway.

    Life is Strange could be eating your lunch, if you don't do something new and your own, TTG.
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  • Final Fantasy 15 worldwide launch makes it series' fastest-selling game

  • SpaceMonkey77 01/12/2016

    After taking a very long time out on FF games, I'm very glad to say that I really want to play XV, and its great to see Square back in fine form, after also fun XIV. I hope that it comes to PC real soon. I always wanted this series to go with a more action based game play, like Mana, than the turn based battling of old and this shows it can work very well indeed. Will look forward to playing it at some point. Well done and congrats, Square. Also looks great in vid reviews too. Reply 0
  • What I think after five hours of Resident Evil 7

  • SpaceMonkey77 01/12/2016

    Hey, what's with all the fisticuffs stances? Calm down, people and try to stay on topic. Give EG their dues when they come up trumps. Before this vid, I hadn't seen this extra stuff anywhere else. Game fans we all are here, so please stop being a bag of d's. Reply +4
  • SpaceMonkey77 30/11/2016

    @gazpro

    Kevin existed in RE Outbreak, friend. I see your point, but the main thing is at least we get a new lead.
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  • SpaceMonkey77 30/11/2016

    Oh, this looks really nice. A sweet bounce back. Don't like that table spread much, though. I still haven't played RE6, so with the new scares coming back, will definitely be checking RE7 out. Reply +2
  • The man who dared call educational Minecraft a "gimmick"

  • SpaceMonkey77 01/12/2016

    @Moongoose

    Yeah, good nods for Civ and Age of Empires for history. Or a game like Papers Please can do something too. Puzzle Juice and other word games too.
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  • SpaceMonkey77 01/12/2016

    Games are much better and more varied than they used to be, and if they went more PC side of things, you'd get games that can teach well.

    Try Blockhood (urban planning and development) along with the obvious Sim City and Cities, Offworld Trading Company (to teach the basics of trade, Fifa and Pro Evo (for sports and tactics, that could be used later on in real games. They can have fun while learning. If Minecraft gives them a break from the tests and measuring, most of which many of them won't need anyway, it might be a good thing and those games on offer can be expanded and updated. Just my view, but I'm not a scientist or scholar.
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  • Pokémon Sun and Moon are Nintendo's biggest UK launch of all time

  • SpaceMonkey77 30/11/2016

    That's cool for them. Just imagine how much better it would do across Android and iOS too? It'd be making much more for them, if Pokemon Go is anything to judge by. I wish one day, Nintendo will see the light such an idea. All the best, anyway. Reply -2
  • Why I think big console game sales are down

  • SpaceMonkey77 30/11/2016

    Sorry to chime in so late, but i think its a mixture of perfect storm factors at play.

    1. The rise of regular Black Friday sales is something that happened over the last few years, as the phenomena transferred from the U.S, over to U.K/EU. As a result its had a natural knock on effect on retail, and I think its unexpected impact is now being felt.

    2. Steam, GOG and Humble Bundles sales also play their part, while a lot more console gamers are shopping online for better deals for their games. Here retail is losing out again.

    3. The Q4 xmas factor used to be the main focus, but Black Friday has usurped it and to flip that, with no Nintendo Switch for the xmas push, and no other hardware besides, that leaves others relying more on selling VR and console games. Tiring of CoD was always coming over the last few years, and its perhaps no longer enough to pull gamers in, as in contrast to BF1, which has changed a lot for the better, next to TFall2, CoD seems to be fun, but not sure where to go. (IMO, I think CoD needs a redesign, to encourage larger BF style maps and varied play to get people back.)

    4. The unexpected success of Overwatch and other MOBA style fps games. Another unexpected factor, Overwatch is also Actiblizz's new baby, with much more appealing and inspired level and character design and its doing great for them, leaving veteran game CoD, looking a little creaky on the battlefield. What this says to me is that CoD, like stable mate WoW needing a new engine upgrade, CoD needs an appealing redesign (larger levels and vehicle use are sorely needed) in order to stay in the game or end up in a has been game, in a body bag. Overwatch, The Division and others are also designed for repeat play online, so like you said, there's nothing to trade in. Very clever and just as devs/pubs wanted. Add the brexit factor in and perhaps gamers might have less, for a while.

    In time, I expect to address this, more games will be moved from xmas into January to March, which won't be a bad thing. How can retail combat this decline? How about by buy 2 or 3 and get 1 free deals or something like that. Or price matching with online retailers, to gain back sales, as they should? That last one would have even me, on board.

    For me personally, these days, I'm not stacked in cash for games as I used to be, so I don't mind waiting for sales a few months to a year, down the line.
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  • Marvel vs. Capcom 4 reportedly due out 2017

  • SpaceMonkey77 30/11/2016

    Well, you had me excited there for a second, then came the finger flicking to ears. Limiting the characters to movie universe is a back step, plain and simple, and more so does a great disservice to all gamers/comic fans who've made the Marvel vs Capcom games what they are. Love the characters and all, but this is a bad move, because I then expect, we might be stung by the DLC character curse, again, to later be boosted. We ill need that, after SFV.

    But of course, I'll be back when Marvel vs DC is a go. Good luck, anyway.
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  • UK retailer wants you to buy Nintendo Switch for Ł198.50 right now

  • SpaceMonkey77 25/11/2016

    That's a good price point. I'll wait than pre-order, though. Reply 0
  • What Zelda can learn from Skyrim

  • SpaceMonkey77 25/11/2016

    The thing is Skyrim came out near six years ago, and while fine to learn from, since we've had Shadow of Mordor, more Dark Souls and shortly FFXV. IMO, Zelda could learn a lot from Shadow of Mordor, with its interesting Nemesis mechanic and enemies with combat cahonas and a good memory. I'm sure LoZ will do great and be fun, anyway. Already want to buy and play it. Best of luck, Nintendo. Reply +2
  • It didn't take long for people to use the Steam Awards to tell Valve to make Half-Life 3

  • SpaceMonkey77 25/11/2016

    For a new feature, that's damn good way to use it. High five, gamer peeps.

    I hope that Steam have it and L4D3, in the pipe, anyway? TF2 rocks and Portal is fine, but its been too long since we've had something else, alien and fun.
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  • Watch Dogs 2 launch sales nowhere near Watch Dogs 1

  • SpaceMonkey77 21/11/2016

    Its a tough work out this last quarter, for games. With BF1 and CoD, its no wonder why any other game dev doesn't want to launch their around them both. Add VR launch on top and its a tough season, and its suddenly too crowded.

    This one will have a long tail, before Wild Lands hits home in the new year. Also a lot of gamers are still playing The Division, since its massive update and tweaks, which is better for it.
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  • Final Fantasy 15 spoilers posted online as street date broken

  • SpaceMonkey77 21/11/2016

    This ones been a long time coming. Glad we get it this year and not 2017. Will look forward to the review of Bro-Fantasy Force Four, next week. Reply 0
  • Government "behaviour tsar" isn't a fan of Minecraft: "We need to drain the swamp of gimmicks"

  • SpaceMonkey77 21/11/2016

    Well, while Minecraft isn't my thing (I can think of other constructive games that are fun and more me), but good for those that find a use for learning via Minecraft. Way back, old school uses for computers, weren't that great, than a glorified encyclopedia, and when PCs could eventually run games like Doom, and a crafty classmates would install it to have fun, in down time, we were always told, 'no, you are not allowed to have fun, for learning only'. As such few used the school PC, except for poor DTP and not much else.

    Learning while having creative fun is a good way to go, thus you are more likely to remember, just how and what you learned than not. Like someone said, tomorrows architects and engineers some of them could be, all because of a game and some fun encouragement. There's nothing gimmicky, about the potential of that at all. Previously, also Lego served a similar kind of purpose, and what is Minecraft if not like digital Lego?

    Sure, he's entitled to his opinion, but so are others.
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  • SpaceMonkey77 21/11/2016

    Once more its a pity some don't see the value of keeping kids engaged, even via different means. Its easy to push a book in front of them, but encouraging them to take an interest is near impossible. Games is a good alternative, and some can teach good things like say, Sim City. (an old but classic game. Minecraft is good for those who like building things, when they can't go outside a make a real tree house.

    Teachers have a tough enough job, so I think they'd know what works and welcome aids to learning then beat them down, because it looks like a gimmick to some. At the same time, how about he talk to kids who get value from these different means of learning, and tell them its a gimmick and not real learning.
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  • Sources: Nintendo Switch to get Pokémon Sun and Moon version

  • SpaceMonkey77 18/11/2016

    @Mr.Spo

    ^ - Yeah, I know about the Waverace thing. Perhaps this time we'll get the futuristic water craft, once seen in that old N64 preview demo video, than plain old licensed Jetskis. Waverace and hopefully F-Zero, with online play and a track editor, would rock too.
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  • SpaceMonkey77 18/11/2016

    @Faktor114

    Good point. Some games will do well but as a gamer who's seen better Nintendo days, it is much harder for them to appeal to me as I age, where I perhaps must lower my game expectations to have fun. Sometimes, as a fan you get tired of wishing for some games that will never happen. With too much hurt and wishing, after a while I just gave up and moved onto PC, where devs actually listen more to their audience, and help make better, more varied games.

    I will still be getting a Switch, one way or another in the future.
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  • SpaceMonkey77 18/11/2016

    Like I said, that's nice, but I never really was one for Pokemon, and I'm tapped out on jrpgs, but many gamers will love it.

    Possible new Waverace, F Zero or Pilotwings, with online play, and you'd have my full attention.
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  • SpaceMonkey77 18/11/2016

    Great. Bonus stage. Reply 0
  • The promising-looking Space Hulk: Deathwing just got a 17 minute gameplay video

  • SpaceMonkey77 18/11/2016

    40K has had some fun games over the years. This is great step up for Games Workshop, who been hit by video games. I never used to play any of their board games, but I still admired their brilliant races, crazy tech and lore. Reply +3
  • SpaceMonkey77 18/11/2016

    Yep, looks just as good as before and I want to play it. Mark your diary for next month. Reply 0
  • Let's raise a glass to Ubisoft's other open world game set in San Francisco

  • SpaceMonkey77 18/11/2016

    I think back when these Driver games were picking up more fans, I was too deep into Ghost Recon (and Burnout) on 360, which was way ahead of its time. Once Ubisoft bagged Reflections, I'm glad they all got to work on greater variety games, with more awesome to come.

    Driver was a strange one, part cool idea, but I couldn't get past the tutorial of the first game. Funny but true.

    ^ V ^
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  • Respawn "doesn't know yet" whether it will make Titanfall 3

  • SpaceMonkey77 18/11/2016

    Well, because Respawn went out to do their own thing with TFall from CoD, I'll always have high fives for that. TFall 3 IMO, they should still make but there's still a lot of ways to improve their game, and yet make it different to CoD and BF series. To show some mecha love I'll add some improvement suggestions here that I hope they consider.

    1. More Varied Styles of Play
    Mecha can do a lot more than your average vehicle, so take advantage of that. Vary the environments they fight in, from a lunar surface with different gravity, player will have to work around while fighting, to and ocean environment that perhaps limits mecha movement, to a planet with incredible fog or sand/snow storm, where its difficult to tell friend from foe. Hell even throw in some aerial and/or combat section in zero-gravity. Current level form is too land/building based, and too much like CoD. Think outside the box a bit, and vary environments.

    2. Possibility for Mod Support
    This one would blow the doors wide open for the TFall universe, and also ensure its played to infinity. Mods are the life blood of fans and devs given form and can help produce and create more interesting ideas that Respawn might not have considered before. Gamers would never be short of something to play or create, as the likes of Counter Strike and Team Fortress protest well to date. I know some might be precious about their precious, but such a mod move would only benefit the game and its overall universe. Remember, neither BF, Overwatch or CoD have mod support, so use that your advantage, Respawn.

    3. Civilians NPCs in battlezone for saving, intelligence, perks and insertion or extraction.
    This is something I've yet to see others do, in these types of games. Regular people get caught up in conflict, so having such around, could give the game a different dynamic in single or multiplayer. Will you fight of save civis for perks. If escort missions suck, change them to something better. Weird planetary floral and fauna, would make things difficult but more fun.

    4. Larger maps like BF
    Large maps and possibly going a more sand box route, might work. Bigger cities and more typography for players to hide, sneak and battle in. Perhaps include underground bunkers, tunnels, hydro-dams, mining sites.

    5. A Spec Ops Style Mode
    Spec Ops IMO, was one of the best additions to the CoD series from MW2, but it seems that in favor of multiplayer, Actiblizz have let this part slide. TFall could adopt this option of smaller co-op style mulitplay/co-op as a sweet new mode, allowing you to work with your mecha, as you do in the single player mode, but with a drop in/out co-op buddy. Two's company, four's a quartet. Smaller missions for different objectives.

    6. Lore and Characters
    In order to keep the world interesting, more lore is needed. This can be produced through books, animation and film, so give others a chance to make such stuff. Take a look at what Eve Online achieved and try something similar with lore. If you need to, just watch some mecha stuff for tips. There's sweet for ideas to mine in sci-fi all over the place. I'd not say no to a TFall animated series. More characters to rally behind, or dislike and fight against.

    7. Alternative vehicles
    A few gunships, drop ships, trains, elevators and stuff. Moving or static used for cover.

    8: External Commands For Mecha
    Stay here and defend civs, move over there, cover me, fall back etc. These would help a lot, when outside of your mecha, but would need quick access. Cross key use perhaps.

    9: Mecha Melee Combat Arena
    An extra mode to allow one and one combat for all pilot challengers. Choose your weapon of blade and shield and mecha-step into the ring, to test your might. Perks and extras awarded to the victors, and an available spectator mode for other players to watch. Could be used well in e-sports if done well. Think about that part. Kerching!

    There you go, just few ideas I hope you can use for a possible TFall3 or TFall2 improvements and TFall universe overall. (Note, I haven't played TFall2 yet) That above is what you get, for tweaking the game design side of me. Much love, Respawn and send me a nice big cheque when you are done.
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  • SpaceMonkey77 17/11/2016

    @LowlyKnight

    You could be onto something. Going up against BF1 and CoD, was never going to end well, and the years are littered with games caught out by these behemoths. TFall2 in January or February 2017 might have done better, but hindsight.

    Also remember TR was also labeled a flop, but took a long tail year to claw back more, so the same could be happening to TFall2. (I use TFall2 name, not to confuse it with Team Fortress's TF2, you understand?
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  • SpaceMonkey77 17/11/2016

    @grassyknoll

    Dude, that's why many gamers such as myself, prefer to just own all formats available for a greater scope of games out there. If you have the means to maintain such a sweet gamer lifestyle good for you. Many still don't so choose more carefully.

    I don't have a XB1 or PS4, but would I love to buy, have and own both? Sure I would. Ask any gamer the same and they'd throw any fanboy biases away quickly, with such means, kick back and enjoy all that gaming can deliver in spades of joy. I currently game on PC, because it gives me the best and widest variety of games available across many generations, so if I chose to play say old or new games, they tend to work fine, within reason. My PC choice is made through what I can afford and like to enjoy the most, while I have console love too, I, like many, can't afford them all, let alone the games.

    Like I said, exclusives are okay for devs/pubs, but not so much for gamers and devs long term. And like games and formats, choose carefully and gripe not if it doesn't work out, or move along the better path and if you can, cover and own all formats. And if you make a game again, aim for wider format scope than less.

    The choice is yours to make, via success or mistake. Please give TF2 12 months Respawn, before dooming it.
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  • SpaceMonkey77 17/11/2016

    @grassyknoll

    Well, its going to be a problem for gamers, not necessarily devs. I know that deals are made between devs and publisher for exclusives and devs are payed handsomely for the privilege. If some decide to go that way, and then suffer the blunt side with lower sales later, then that's their own gamble made and there's no room for navel gazing at the maybe path not taken. I still say its better to not be exclusive and spread the game love than not. Timed exclusives are there and a thing so they are not permanent, which is a better way to go, IMO.
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  • SpaceMonkey77 17/11/2016

    @MccyMcFlinn

    Exclusives do hurt, though. No doubt about it. Any game dev would love their games to make as much money as possible and be played by as many gamers as possible. Its only in video games that the exclusive deal nonsense, pushed by consoles for the most part, divides and damages both parties. As a good example, TF might have had more fans on PSN, but they feel left out of the loop a bit. On the flip side of that, Sega's Valkyria Chronicles, previously a PS3 exclusive, found a new audience via its Steam PC release, when its PS3 sales had dried up, and thankfully now its one Steam it can be sold and played pretty much forever. That's a better spot for a dev to be in. Maybe at some point, Respawn should look to port push the PC cut onto PS4, as a budget release.

    Those gamers who are about Nintendo gaming only, with a large and regular game drought, desperately need exclusives like water in a desert, so they will be all about them and Monster Hunter, which is nice, but also reinforces the false need for exclusive games. If all consoles had spec parity with PCs, like a dvd player, all formats would have nearer to even games options. Besides all of that, exclusivity in other art forms like music and film circles rarely works in the users favor, and in turn leaves some works unappreciated.

    As for the reason to own one specific gaming box, that's gradually going away each year, which is where Scorpio and PS4 Pro come in, hoping VR is a big enough draw, the former I expect to be more PC based for the longer haul than any previous Xbox box.

    Give it time, Respawn and once xmas is over and more gamers need a break from BF1 or CoD:IW, or any other fps overload, and TF2 might be played more.
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  • SpaceMonkey77 17/11/2016

    IMO, Respawn, you guys are kinda new, but you need to vary your games and I hope you have something else in the pipe. Sequels are always difficult to capture the original magic and TF2 will need a long tail with BF1, Overwatch and CoD:I around, so also be sure to experiment and allow for some smaller game projects, to gain you some more fanfare and coin. Reply 0
  • The 3D-printed Nintendo Switch is one of the best video game fakes we've seen

  • SpaceMonkey77 17/11/2016

    Hey, silly fun with 3d printer to get eager fans in a tizzy. Funny but weird piece of geek-bot art. Reply +1
  • Batman Arkham Origins multiplayer will shut down

  • SpaceMonkey77 17/11/2016

    A pity but I don't understand why offering LAN options as an alternative, can't be hashed out. This way, when a game comes to such a cut off point, those who paid good cash for it, can still play on, via a simple online play outside of the normal servers. Reply +7
  • Nintendo punishing Pokémon Sun and Moon pirates by blocking 3DS online access

  • SpaceMonkey77 17/11/2016

    @kobashi

    I doubt it, as Pokemon Go reveals, and iOS/Android devices have more options than a closed handheld system, plus more people. The social aspect of mobiles helps Pokemon Go than hinders it.

    To match, does anyone know if there are any digits for Pokemon Go, not sold vs sold?
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  • SpaceMonkey77 16/11/2016

    There is a big solution to this Nintendo, and that's simply launch future Pokemon games on 3DS and mobile too. Pokemon Go! has already shown you the better path to more riches than less, and the future is in region free globally accessed games (like Switch will have), which in turn will pretty much eliminate some from going this way. Imagine if all that sweet Pokemon Go money was only yours, Nintendo and you'll see the potential, in a digi-Pokemon release, alongside the boxed version. It works well already for PC and console games.

    I doubt Super Mario Run will have this problem.
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  • MMO Crowfall returns to crowdfunding, spearheading Indiegogo's new company investment offering

  • SpaceMonkey77 16/11/2016

    Its a cool idea, but long term we'll have to see. Reply +2
  • Ubisoft execs deny insider trading accusations

  • SpaceMonkey77 16/11/2016

    Perhaps it might be a better idea to convince your fans to buy, instead. Reply 0
  • 20 years on, the Tomb Raider story told by the people who were there

  • SpaceMonkey77 16/11/2016

    @Fourfoldroot

    I hear you, but there are many towns on earth not really worth knowing, and same claim to fame maybe a thing for some, I guess, but fame isn't all its cracked up to be, to a degree. But then its easy for me to say, as I don't live there.

    While you might not dig it as much, cover based shooters make more sense, as an evolutionary game mechanic, requiring more thought against enemies, than a dual gun approach Rambo way, that may seem Woo stylish aged past cool, but would probably get you killed. Overall, you always have the old games for you puzzle fix, if you no like the the 21 century reboot cuts.
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  • Sharing Watch Dogs 2 genitalia got someone banned from PSN

  • SpaceMonkey77 16/11/2016

    @WhiteUmbrella

    Lol! That's purely up to you to do so, Umbrella, just make sure the owner of said vag is consenting, of mature age, alive and conscious to aid your exit, and perhaps chuckle a such a mature misadventure. Please, pardon my language on this one.
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