Uncompetative Comments

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  • The man who sent his game to Gabe Newell in a briefcase

  • Uncompetative 31/08/2015

    @tomrae

    Wow. What an obnoxious 'superior' attitude.
    Reply -7
  • Uncompetative 31/08/2015

    Sony acknowledged my design for the DualShock 4 which had buttons in the grips and three sticks.

    Douglas Adams patiently explained why he couldn't look at my screenplay for The Hitch-Hiker's Guide to the Galaxy when he had every right to punch me in the face for my impertinence.

    Gabe Newell seems like a bit of a jerk by comparison.
    Reply -2
  • Can last-gen consoles handle Metal Gear Solid 5?

  • Uncompetative 29/08/2015

    I can't tell the difference. Reply 0
  • Steam hardware pre-orders score free Rocket League and Portal 2

  • Uncompetative 29/08/2015

    What is Steam Link? Reply 0
  • Cliff Bleszinski reveals gravity-defying FPS LawBreakers

  • Uncompetative 28/08/2015

    Bleszinski likened LawBreakers to the "ground is lava" game where folks do everything in their power to avoid touching the floor.
    Why are his characters spending most of the video touching the floor?
    Reply +2
  • Here's how Michael Fassbender looks in the Assassin's Creed film

  • Uncompetative 27/08/2015

    Nice to see him with some clothes on for once. Reply 0
  • Proteus dev reveals Russian fairytale adventure Forest of Sleep

  • Uncompetative 27/08/2015

    Their website made me think I had a dirty monitor! LOL. Reply 0
  • Surprise! Dying Light now has a co-op console demo

  • Uncompetative 27/08/2015

    @Folant

    That's a nice positive attitude you have there, sir!
    Reply +6
  • Angry Birds developer Rovio to lay off 260 staff

  • Uncompetative 26/08/2015



    Erin Catto wrote the physics engine for Angry Birds and all he got in return was this lousy sweatshirt.

    Indeed, he wasn't even credited for his work on the game until he shamed Peter Vesterbacka into doing so at the Game Developer's Confernce in 2011.

    Rovio have also been criticised for embedding third-party advertising software that created a profile of each user and was capable of tracking their political affiliation and sexual orientation for the NSA and GCHQ.

    In another example, a secret 20-page British report dated 2012 included the computer code needed for plucking the profiles generated when Android users play Angry Birds. The app was created by Rovio Entertainment, of Finland, and has been downloaded more than a billion times, the company has said. - The New York Times
    Reply 0
  • Performance Analysis: Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 beta on PS4

  • Uncompetative 25/08/2015

    @DangoTown

    Damn. Now I want an oven baked muffin.
    Reply 0
  • What's the deal with Metal Gear Solid 5 microtransactions?

  • Uncompetative 25/08/2015

    @Nynja

    Excellent post.
    Reply +1
  • The Phantom Pain is unlike other Metal Gear games

  • Uncompetative 24/08/2015

    @myms1ps3

    Thanks, Konami but if you think you can get me to buy your virtual sea water you are going to be as disappointed as I was when I discovered this wasn't free DLC for Ground Zeroes.
    Reply -1
  • Nvidia GeForce GTX 950 review

  • Uncompetative 24/08/2015

    @UKPartisan

    Wasn't trying to get into a pissing contest, but I wish the person who called me 'son' would say that to the white hairs in my beard before I lose all my former youth.
    Reply -1
  • Uncompetative 24/08/2015

    @UKPartisan

    Amazon have a 3GB GDDR5 R9 280X HDMI GPU for 229.55

    Their FX8350 is 136.80 by itself, or 249.99 as part of a MOBO bundle that includes 8GB of 1600Mhz DDR3 RAM. Another couple of Hypertec DIMMs would be 61.67 assuming they would find a free slot to plug into and it is recommended that a 750W Power Supply is added for another 69.98, along with a mouse and keyboard and and a copy of Windows and an Xbox Gamepad and an HDMI Cable, oh yes and a Case! Would I also need a fan? What about thermal paste? Anything else?

    Given that their 1TB PS4 is 299.99 and the total cost of the three games you mentioned is 16.75 for Battlefield 4, 21.85 for Middle Earth: Shadow of Mordor, and 27.49 for Dying Light then that's 66.09
    for entertainment (or 55 + 34.25 + 42.63 for the 'Season Pass' versions with the DLC are 131.88 and given that you may as well throw in Destiny: The Taken King with all its prior content and expansions for 44.00 it makes the total cost of a PS4 together with a year's subscription to PS+ come to 515.86

    When I come to add up the numbers I have for the PC it shoots over 611 even before I have had a chance to factor in the cost of my input devices, OS or to put it in a box.

    Maybe I'm making all the wrong assumptions and your system is wall mounted. Even so if I built a PC like yours tomorrow I'm confident that I would be paying more than double for double the framerate. I'm not saying its not worth the outlay for the extra performance, but that I think I'll wait until I am in real need of one for the sake of my own work as I really don't mind Destiny being 1920x1080p30 and if I was going to get a PC it would need to prove its worth by doing The Witcher III at Ultra in HD with Hairworks enabled at 60FPS so I'm happy to just wait around a couple of years for the price of a Titan X based system to drop somewhat.

    Hope that you are happy with your system, didn't want to come off as a troll, just a bit frustrated that these benchmarks don't focus on image quality over a minimum threshold of 1920x1080p60 for TVs that can't fudge things with variable sub-60 Freesync / G-Sync.
    Reply 0
  • Uncompetative 23/08/2015

    @Suarez07

    If they are going to do tables of Low / Average FPS at console resolutions of 1920x1080 that straddle the all important 60 mark then I would personally find it more helpful to have a table in which all the builds produced a consistent 60 without judder or screen tearing at 1920x1080p and the values under comparison were Quality settings - i.e. a really terrific card can enable Hairworks in The Witcher III whilst some can only manage a smooth 60 FPS at Low settings.

    I think just including one table comparing image quality would help to supplement the videos that are sometimes shown comparing the quality of the same game on all available platforms as this doesn't explain Digital Foundry's choice of build for their PC image quality test.

    If there is another site that someone can provide the link for that does what I have described I would appreciate it.
    Reply 0
  • Uncompetative 23/08/2015

    @williamarthurfenton

    I think you are frustrated in your aspirations. I'm completely satisfied with 1152x640p30 however I am fascinated by the capabilities of the self-declared State of the Art and attempt to keep up with all the technical development that makes the PC the best gaming platform with a view to building my own someday as I plan to have need of one eventually to run the game that I have been working on. My iMac is perfectly fine for R&D but utterly hopeless for final presentation with all the sliders turned up to eleven. At no point have I suggested that my PS4 is superior to the class of gaming PCs that have been implicitly referred to as PCs in this thread and your remarks on Battlefield 4 are so tangential to my own as to be laughable. I copy-pasted your sillyness all into one quote just to make it easier for you to see how none of your responses had anything to do with any facts I had asserted. I shouldn't have expected you to comprehend based on your pattern of behaviour, but I felt it only fair to give you a final chance to see how far you were off-base in your misplaced criticism of a position I don't occupy.

    Nevertheless, I've got what I wanted out of this thread (all credit to Simplex) and won't be bothering any of you in any GPU benchmarks in the future. Feel free to come into PS4 vs. ONE threads and mock our hardware if that amuses you. Not that I was suggesting that anyone or indeed everyone compulsively did that from this site.

    So many misunderstandings. :)
    Reply -3
  • Uncompetative 23/08/2015

    @UncleLou

    I apologise for defending the integrity of my opinions whilst.being attacked on all sides. It was not my intention to appear adversarial. I respect PC gaming, but remain sceptical of its superiority when the only GPU in this roundup that delivers a consistent 1920x1080p60 does so in an undemanding engine that runs equally well on my PS4.

    Consoles may have Resolutiongate, but PCs similarly underwhelm with this Framerategate.

    Obviously, if the majority of these titles can run at a consistent 1920x1080p60 without judder or screen tearing at a lower quality setting then it would help clarify the debate if your benchmarks included at least one proof of superiority over consoles along with all the ultra wide 8K nonsense.

    Anyway, despite all the misunderstandings and personal insults I have had to tolerate here I did manage to get an answer to my genuine PC question and now know that I need an i7-4790K Quad Core CPU with at least one Titan X GPU, perhaps a couple just to be on the safe side:



    1760.98
    Reply -5
  • Uncompetative 23/08/2015

    @bad09 My maths beats your maffz. Reply -6
  • Uncompetative 23/08/2015

    @UKPartisan What is pompous about my world view? Reply -6
  • Uncompetative 23/08/2015

    @UKPartisan Former VIC-20 owner, here mate. Reply -4
  • Uncompetative 23/08/2015

    @williamarthurfenton

    Battlefield 4 doesn't deliver a perfectly solid 60fps on consoles either.
    You know when they say locked to 30fps, or 60fps, it rarely means it will ALWAYS run at those framerates for every second of gameplay, yes?

    Almost no game on any platform will stay utterly solid at it's rough FPS target, be it 30 or 60. Advanced Warfare multiplayer has greatly simplified graphics so it can run at a solid 60, it's so not demanding on hardware it's funny.

    When you say PC build, what kind of hardware budget are you looking at?

    Do you even know what you're talking about? Witcher 3 on console is notorious for having inconsistent FPS on especially Ps4.

    If you lock at 60, then that mean you'll drop at most 3 frames. THAT IS CONSIDERED PRETTY DAMN CONSISTENT. Remember it'll only do that in the most intense scenes. Like ANY game.

    Oh, you do realise consoles nearly always run at medium settings? They will give you more FPS. The difference between ultra and very high/high usually make a dramatic difference.



    You just don't get it though do you? I've just Googled for about 5 seconds and discovered that - not at all to my surprise - the PS4 version of Battlefield 4 also drops frames at times. On the Ps4 it drops below 60 at times.

    No, I simply REJECT your statement:

    "Battlefield 4 performs better on PC" there isn't ONE PC. If you buy low-end hardware, you get low-end performance. IT'S NOT COMPLICATED.
    I'll tell you that on my 980ti it runs constantly 60+ at ALL times at 1440p. A mid-range card will easily do 60+fps 1080p at all times. The Ps4 version of BF4 runs at 900p, not 1080p-- this 950 peforms BETTER than a Ps4 in all situations.


    I'm losing patience with you frankly, because at this point I'm starting to think you're being deliberately ignorant and just not listening at all to what people are telling you.
    You are one confused person in this aren't you? "Proved PC superiority" whoever said that in Eurogamer? It will run as well as the hardware you run it on.

    THIS CARD COSTS 150.

    It just seems like you're looking for a reason to justify yourself in not buying a PC. Well, just don't buy a PC. There's nothing wrong at all with a console; in exactly the same way there's nothing wrong with low-end GPUs for PCs.



    Time and time again Eurogamer and other sites have proved that you can build a low-end PC for about the same price, that performs very much like a Ps4. Even more so since then.

    I'm just going to stop responding to you after this, because obviously simple facts don't sink in very well with you.

    BATTLEFIELD 4 RUNS AT 900p on Ps4, THAT IS LOWER RESOLUTION. If you actually put the PC to 900p on a 950, it would easily push up those 5 frames. Or you are just trolling.

    I can only conclude you are simple.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M4gaVvHXNC8

    Watch the Ps4 FPS carefully, cupcake. IT DOES NOT STAY AT 60FPS ALL THE TIME. IT DROPS INTO THE HIGH 40s when there's a lot of action. THIS IS AT 900p, NOT 1080p.

    You really are amazingly clueless about games, aren't you?

    Pro-tip- Just stay with what you've got, ok?



    What a complete load of nonsense you've spouted there.

    The tiresome typical "some pc gamers are a bit jerky about having more powerful hardware=all pc gamers are elitists." Not only that, but you entirely ignore the fact that just as many console gamers spout things like "PC losers, basement dwellers."

    It goes both ways son. Just what the hell are you doing here on a budget PC GPU thread going on and on about how PC gamers should get the f'ck out of their threads. Going on and on with your ignorance, with your agenda about how Ps4 is "the best choice for the money".

    Here's a deal. I won't go into your console threads and spout bullshit (which I don't do anyway); and you not come into PC threads and spout YOUR bullshit. How about that?

    You know why we're getting tired of you? Because of the above, because of the ignorance.

    "Truly capable PC costs 2000". My God, the sheer ignorance of this one.

    One has to ask oneself-- why are some of these ultra touchy fanboys SOOO sensitive to a few jerks who say 'master race'? Sounds like insecurity to me. Unfounded insecurity (because I don't believe master race), so that makes it even more pathetic.
    Total reading comprehension fail.
    Reply -3
  • Uncompetative 23/08/2015

    @Simplex

    Is the Titan X clearly overkill as I only need it to output to an HD TV?

    Indeed, it performs far better framerates than I need at 2560x1440 in everything but the poorly written Assassin's Creed: Unity. Money isn't an object, but it's about as silly as buying a Ferrari to pop down to TESCO's. I'd be waiting for games to come along that took advantage of its performance and by then the card would have got cheaper or been further refined to suit my HD needs.



    Here the 980Ti fails to deliver The Witcher III at 1920x1080p60+ with Hairworks turned on:



    As far as I can tell from the purple numbers in the top left hand corner of the screen this isn't dropping below 60 achieving 1920x1080p74+ which ought to stop it getting bogged down in bogs. Yet, is this what PC gamers are thinking of when they decry the sub-60 FPS or sub-30 FPS in some cases of consoles? Because, I'd like to make it clear that the next time a twerp blunders into a console thread mocking those who have accepted their presentation will be compromised by it running on 300 hardware that they aren't allowed to get away with the blatant lie that "they" can build a gaming rig capable of a consistent 1920x1080p60 for a mere 600 and save on the cost of paying for PS+ and games that are much cheaper due to a more competitive market (e.g. Steam sales), when in truth the cost of a truly capable PC is close to 2000, which is absolutely fine if you want to invest that in your hobby, just a wee bit more than a PS4 for double the framerate.

    So, please note all those convinced that they are of the Master Race that if they aren't in possession of a 2K PC rocking a Titan X they aren't gaining a qualitative advantage over an ordinary 30 FPS console title and should shut the fuck up from now on. Furthermore, 2000 is a tenth of what I've put into my videogame related hobby, but I don't blunder about in the forums waving my e-peen in everyone's faces.

    I'm more than happy to respect PC enthusiast gamers spending thousands on hardware and then building cockpits to sit in whilst driving, or learning to fly, or pilot a space craft. Please extend the console gamers the same courtesy and keep out of petty ResolutionGate platform wars as your suggested superior alternative to our weak-ass consoles is veiled bragging and you know it.
    Reply -3
  • Uncompetative 22/08/2015

    @bad09

    55+ FPS isn't 60+ FPS

    1TB PS4 costs 299.99 from Amazon. Where are you buying your 1TB i3-4130 GTX 950 for "half the price of a PS4" because I can't find a gaming PC on sale anywhere for 150?
    Reply -4
  • Uncompetative 22/08/2015

    @williamarthurfenton

    Where did I suggest any of those things?

    Battlefield 4 performs better on PC, but according to these tests it fails to provide a consistent 60 FPS at 1920x1080.

    It would be nice to have an article for once that clearly proved PC superiority over PS4, but these erratic performance gains do little to impress me. Their only advantage seems to be modding, but we've had that in Halo 3 so it is less of a unique selling point for the platform.
    Reply 0
  • Uncompetative 22/08/2015

    @bad09

    You all seem to be PC experts here. Are they capable of a consistent 1920x1080p60 in at least most first-person shooters or should I wait a couple Moore years?
    Reply 0
  • Uncompetative 22/08/2015

    @SeeNoWeevil

    Only two builds provide a consistent result in one undemanding game:

    R7 370 GPU on i7-4790K Quad Core CPU
    GTX 950 GPU on i7-4790K Quad Core CPU

    What would impress me would be a PC build that delivered 1920x1080p60 (or higher), not this Low FPS of 57.0 even if it does deliver an Average FPS of 67.0 the majority of the time.

    I need to know that PC is superior to console and I am not convinced by all of these dips...
    Reply -6
  • Uncompetative 22/08/2015

    @SeeNoWeevil

    I invite you to look at the second to last table and point out any game that manages to give a consistent 1920x1080p60 that my PS4 isn't equally capable of.
    Reply 0
  • Uncompetative 22/08/2015



    Would someone please explain why I would bother with a PC?
    Reply -12
  • Nintendo patents console without a disc drive

  • Uncompetative 23/08/2015

    @damonous

    It is a companion to the Wii U not a replacement. No one should expect Nintendo to stop selling discs on the basis of this.
    Reply 0
  • Uncompetative 23/08/2015

    @mushi_mush

    'cause it's ickle, d'ye ken?
    Reply +1
  • Uncompetative 22/08/2015

    @Malek86

    Considering the Wii U disc drive spinning is pretty much the most annoying sound ever, I wouldn't necessarily mind this.
    Best comment in this entire thread.
    Reply -2
  • Uncompetative 22/08/2015

    Obviously, no one has read the patent otherwise they wouldn't think:

    1. This describes a handheld that functions as a controller
    2. This controller was for anything other than a discless Wii U
    3. This would see the return of 'Cartridges' via the SD Card slot
    4. This would mean Nintendo stopped publishing games on disc
    5. This would necessarily mean it was not 'backwards compatible'
    6. This would encourage its owners to repurchase all their old games
    7. This would bring about the demise of Nintendo and the Apocalypse
    Reply -3
  • Uncompetative 22/08/2015

    @Brucelong

    I'm sorry, but I fear that you are likely to be disappointed. However, I feel positive about this as I feel this Wii 3 will free Nintendo from the constraints that have restricted the Wii U:

    1) - Production and Distribution Cost
    2) - Limited Catalogue of Games
    3) - Asymmetric Gameplay

    Firstly, removing the DVD drive means that it can afford to have a modestly sized Internal HDD which can be optionally supplemented by an External HDD just like my 3.5TB ONE.

    Although this change may not save money in and of itself, it enables a change in software architecture to one of digital downloads from Nintendo's server. This cuts out all production and distribution costs that would normally be entailed by using physical media. The Internal HDD could partly operate as a most recently used cache for classic game titles: "forgetting" rarely played games only to quickly redownload them on-demand due to their small size.

    Secondly, the ease with which small games may be downloaded shouldn't be frustrated by either a lack of storage space in the Wii 3's Internal HDD or through making everyone use an eShop that makes them stop to think if an unknown quantity is really deserving of their time, let alone their money. The solution to all this isn't time-limited demos for all old titles, but "Nintendo Gold" a monthly subscription service that provides online multiplayer and a steadily growing back-catalogue of selected classic titles from their previous generations, but unlike PS+ it rewards latecomers as every classic game that becomes accessible each month remains accessible, over time making the Wii 3 + Nintendo Gold value proposition increasingly compelling. This would solve the main problem that afflicted the first year of the Wii U and because the Wii 3 would have the exact same capabilities as its predecessor it would inherit all the games that are currently in production for the Wii U:



    Thirdly, the Wii U's cumbersome Flablet could only be held by one player in a household and this "Asymmetric Gameplay" caused envy and arguments between siblings. By reducing the size of this controller to that of a PS Vita it is possible for everyone to have one. Although, I suspect Nintendo are unlikely to bundle Wii 3 with more than a couple of these touchscreen enabled controllers. Note, that on examination of the controller's block diagram in the patent there is no indication that this has a persistent memory for storing a game and your progress, so unlike the PS Vita or 3DS XL this is not the hoped for hybrid controller / portable games console that has been speculated forms part of the NX. Even if the diagram wasn't enough to convince you that this is only a controller, it should be apparent that any hybrid solution would need to have dual screens with one of them supporting lenticular 3D otherwise they can't replace both Wii U and 3DS XL by their new experience which in all likelihood refers not to more powerful PS4 quality hardware, as you suppose, but to a Nostalgic eXperience of Nintendo Gold made possible by discless four player couch coop:



    Nintendo are doing everything right to win the newly opened Chinese console market. Their discless solution will be more affordable than any other next-gen console by a wide margin. It will not suffer from the rampant piracy that afflicts disc based games and slow internet will actively encourage couch coop which will increase the sales of extra controllers:
    Reply -7
  • Uncompetative 22/08/2015

    @charliemouse

    Handheld with HDMI output, backwards compatible with Wii U,
    4 players with their own screens.


    What. You mean like this?

    :D
    Reply -1
  • Uncompetative 22/08/2015

    Didn't expect to find a mistake in their Patent:

    [0033] The game apparatus 1 according to the present example embodiment stores, in the second memory 12, replicated data 38 obtained by replicating the second basic program 25, the game data 27 and the like stored in the internal HDD 13. The game apparatus 1 can read out necessary data from the replicated data 28 stored in the second memory 12 in the case where, for example, an error is detected in the data in the internal HDD 13 with the read-out data. This can enhance the reliability of data to be stored in the game apparatus 1.
    Should of course have been this instead:

    [0033] The game apparatus 1 according to the present example embodiment stores, in the second memory 12, replicated data 28 obtained by replicating the second basic program 25, the game data 27 and the like stored in the internal HDD 13. The game apparatus 1 can read out necessary data from the replicated data 28 stored in the second memory 12 in the case where, for example, an error is detected in the data in the internal HDD 13 with the read-out data. This can enhance the reliability of data to be stored in the game apparatus 1.
    As no 38 appears in any of their block diagrams! Click here for Source.
    Reply +2
  • Half-Line Miami, a free fan-made crossover, is out now

  • Uncompetative 22/08/2015

    @SuperGaiden

    Wouldn't mind if it was. At least people would stop talking about it.
    Reply 0
  • Alexis Kennedy on: How it happened to happen

  • Uncompetative 22/08/2015

    Speaking as a former DM all that would have changed is that you wouldn't have had a 12th-level character casting a 3rd-level spell on the 5th level of a dungeon, but a 12th-echelon character casting a 3rd-degree spell on the 5th level of a dungeon. Someone other than Gygax would have created something similar to Dungeons & Dragons, it would have become popular for all the same reasons and we wouldn't be saddled with his confusing terminology. Reply +3
  • Sky Rogue delivers the romance of aviation

  • Uncompetative 20/08/2015

    @MrTomFTW



    Or one of these, considering the R360 is next to impossible to get hold of even secondhand. No good for Star Citizen due to unavoidable presence of Earth's gravity.

    WARNING: $35,000
    Reply +5
  • Into the wild: inside The Witcher 3 launch

  • Uncompetative 20/08/2015



    Image in the article is wrong. THIS is a picture of a Polecat.
    Reply +3
  • Everything we just learnt about Destiny: The Taken King

  • Uncompetative 20/08/2015

    @Sendlinger

    You're joking, right? Don't do that!!!
    Reply 0
  • Uncompetative 20/08/2015

    @penhalion

    Edit: Actually I just got fed up of correcting the article.
    You probably should have stopped earlier as everything you have said need to be corrected needed to be corrected.

    Best to rewatch their stream. 8:42 onwards.

    Light will become an average of the Attack and Defense ratings of all your equipped Gear and no longer be your temporarily Gear-enhanced unofficial pseudo-Level.

    For example: I am a Level 20 Titan but my Armor boosts that through its Light statistic to Level 31. Bungie have confirmed that my Level will progress like it did from Level 1 to Level 20 onto Level 40 through a straightforward XP system based on "done deeds" and won't depend on me having equipped Level boosting Light Gear. My pseudo-Level 31 Titan will become a bona fide Level 31 without any requirement to swap out my Armour to boost it further. I will also be able to continue my ascent to Level 40 by continuing to unlock bounties in PvP including some new ones from Lord Shaxx. Bungie have strongly advised no one to dismantle any of their Weapons or Armor whether they have it equipped, in their inventory, or in their newly expanded vault as this is used to calculate their new Character Level now seen on the left and in your Emblem next to your PSN ID / Xbox LIVE Gamertag.
    Reply +5
  • Uncompetative 20/08/2015

    @TheEarlOfZinger



    I didn't waste any time waiting for them to explain what the hell was going on and just played PvP since my initial impressions of their garbled narrative in The First Look Alpha.
    Reply 0
  • Uncompetative 20/08/2015

    @Fillem

    This sounds like a LOT of changes but it STILL sounds complicated as hell. Hope they explain that stuff (all the currencies and how they work) a lot better this time.
    No. It is just complicated to describe how it has changed in many subtle and convoluted ways to make it simpler and LESS GRINDY with a greater emphasis on quests and bounties.
    Reply 0
  • Uncompetative 20/08/2015

    Why is "Weaponsday" on Wednesday, but "Xursday" is not on Thursday? Reply +2
  • Video: Ian plays the Black Ops 3 beta, is rusty

  • Uncompetative 19/08/2015

    @Arsecake_Baker

    Allowing pre-order access only is another disgusting practice that needs more attention from the gaming press!
    No beta code. No purchase.
    Reply +2
  • McDonald's Mario toy fingered in wank prank

  • Uncompetative 19/08/2015

    Anyone know what is actually in a McFlurry? Reply +1
  • Video: How much harder is The Witcher 3 NG+? Here's some gameplay and impressions

  • Uncompetative 18/08/2015

    @Sheetbike

    I think someone else has already mentioned that they're done patching The Witcher 3 now, but I just wanted to add that I think it's stable enough to play through comfortably now. I must have spent around 60 hours on my first playthrough and I only encountered one or two bugs that made me reload a save.
    I've been longing to hear this news ever since I preordered it. Now I can start playing it right after I finish the BETA for Black Ops III.
    Reply 0
  • Lovers in a Dangerous Spacetime sets a release date night

  • Uncompetative 18/08/2015

    I've been really looking forward to this one. Reply +5
  • DriveClub's latest update makes some big changes

  • Uncompetative 18/08/2015

    @KanevilPS_

    What is still wrong with Halo MCC? I have Driveclub and it's ace and I'm 3/4 through Halo CE and not had any issues yet.
    Your comment indicates a restricted familiarity with only one out of six campaigns, ignoring a multiplayer mode still marred by a 3-way vote that includes often unwanted Objective games which when selected people quit as there isn't any penalty for doing so, thereby resulting in a match with numerically uneven teams which is soon crippled to the point of unplayability and increasing numbers elect to leave the losing side. Also, it would help if your bullets would register when they hit the enemy. I shouldn't have 5 x K/D on my 360 than on my ONE.
    Reply 0
  • Uncompetative 18/08/2015

    @Bill_P

    Forza needs better graphics like DriveClub.
    I've got both. I've bought extra DLC for both, and I am 100% happy with both. Each excel in either look or feel without compromising all that much on the other aspect.
    Reply +1