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  • Doom 2 Seinfeld mod is totally spongeworthy

  • Uncompetative 22/06/2016

    @Cold_Waste



    Basically, it is a comedy of errors of such clever yet subtle contrivance that by the end you marvel at the episode which builds to that "I am not a pimp!" punchline.

    Taken out of context with the expectation of a "funny" at every turn, you would be somewhat disappointed, but that is the conventional sit com drip feed of wisecracks, set ups and sight gags that litter, say... an episode of Friends... for example, without building to memorable climax and expanding your expectations of what is possible within a comedy episode.

    Also, Seinfeld's stand up at the beginning isn't really meant to be that funny, that is part of the joke, as he is cast in the role of a rather third rate stand up, who eventually gets on a late night talk show after years doing clubs. It is meant to establish his character, more than entertain you, and explain why he won't take anything too seriously (maybe because he wryly sees everything that happens as a potential source of one of his observational jokes, making him something of a passenger in life with only an abstract involvement to it). All other characters orbit this 'void' of a person and as he effectively "tries out material on them" they feign mild amusement out of a weary tolerance. Despite him being a 'funny man', George Costanza is the real source of comic agency (who is based on the show's cowriter Larry David) - e.g. he cheated in 'The Contest'. Then, I'd pick Elaine Benes - e.g. in the episode when she eats a very special cake that she really ought not to have done. Then, George's parents who are so terrible that you pity and understand why George is a failure. Then Cosmo Kramer for sheer zaniness and Newman the evil postman.

    Jumping in mid season won't help. I don't find the Chinese Restaurant episode in the least bit funny, and the Soup Nazi one is overrated.

    However, it is just as clever as Friends was charming and I would urge you to give it another chance.
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  • Watch: We talk to Cliff Bleszinski about LawBreakers

  • Uncompetative 22/06/2016

    @Tomahawk

    I wouldn't want to shake hands with that Jizz Jackrabbit.

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  • Battlefront's Bespin DLC doesn't quite dazzle, but DICE's Star Wars shooter makes some big steps forward

  • Uncompetative 22/06/2016

    @dogmanstaruk

    I found the whole concept laughable when I played it last night, and then had another good laugh when I was so taken up with taking long shots through my scope that I was very nearly stomped on my my own side's AT-AT.

    I saw this huge articulated foot swing over my head and plant itself right in front of me and I wasn't sure what the hell it could even be until I looked up the whole length of its leg and got a full grasp of the enormity of the beast. Then I laughed a hearty laugh and tried to jump onto the foot to see it it would take me for a ride...
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  • Bespin DLC and big patch released for Star Wars: Battlefront

  • Uncompetative 21/06/2016

    I think that there is room in the market for baby's first shooter. Reply 0
  • The Stanley Parable designer releases free game The Temple of No

  • Uncompetative 21/06/2016

    @d0x

    Presumably, you regard The Stanley Parable as a game?
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  • Are 4K visuals really the best use for Project Scorpio and PlayStation Neo?

  • Uncompetative 20/06/2016

    @Zicoroen

    The capability is good for VR, but that's even more cost to add onto an already expensive console for a claustrophobic headset.
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  • Uncompetative 20/06/2016

    I think Sony will keep to their leaked specification as it is too late to change it, but will react to their rivals and announce their console's release date as being a fortnight earlier than whenever they say theirs is coming out, whilst trying to undercut it on price. Therefore, I think a 2016 release is unlikely given that they only need to bring it out in advance of Project Scorpio in November 2017, or bring the release forward to next March if NX looks like it will be a threat if it's capable of running multiplatforms without compromise with an articulate controller and no alienating gimmicks. Sony's new console does not need to come out ahead of the release of the XBOX ONE S this August as I don't see them losing any owners of their more powerful PS4 console to this weaker system. Sony even have the option of pulling the same "dirty trick" that they did with the Dreamcast by announcing their rival console so a lot of prospective purchasers of SEGA's system waited to see Sony's alternative latecomer. Systems also have a degree of "lock in" so I wouldn't, for example, trade my PS4 in to buy a Wii U as I have yet to play through all of the 160 digital titles that I have downloaded onto it. Yet, were the PS4K to have a 4TB HDD then I would be tempted to upgrade, even though I will never be getting an enormous 4K TV or starting a collection of 4K UHD Blu rays, because I am running short of free space on my 2TB PS4 and desperately need the room to download more fun stuff. Hopefully, Sony have the good sense to make the PS4K (as I hope it will be called) do 4K Netflix streaming and 4K UHD Blu ray HDMI 2.0 HDR playback for all those who want that kind of thing (basically, so it doesn't look inferior to the S but not because it is strictly necessary) and push developers to update their games to support this minimum of 1080p (I don't mind it if there is some sparing utilization of dynamic horizontal resolution to keep a consistent framerate when things get busy onscreen) and let developers provide us with 60 fps. Also, I'm convinced that it would be unfair to have one sniper playing Battlefield 4 in 4K being able to spot another enemy sniper through their scope whilst this opponent couldn't resolve the detail to see them properly in 900p, whilst I can't see a problem with me continuing to play Destiny on my PS4 at 1080p30 whilst someone on a PS4K runs it at 1080p60 - what advantage does that give them?

    The truth is both of these eighth generation consoles were rushed out a year early as they feared the sequel to the incredibly popular Wii. This seems silly in hindsight given the unpopularity of Nintendo's Flablet controller, but neither company could have anticipated that Nintendo would innovate away from what was almost a total solution to the problem of interaction. We now have VR controllers that build upon the concept of the Wii's twin motion controllers, but support additional buttons to ensure that they are viable replacements for orthodox gamepads. Basically, everyone has cocked things up this generation in slightly different ways: Nintendo through having one weird asymmetrical controller, Sony through failing to deliver 1080p60 in games like Battlefield 4 and DriveClub, Microsoft through alienating their loyal fans with a horrifically anti-consumer presentation of their new console which they then backtracked upon so grudgingly whilst hiding behind a wall of lies (e.g. the Kinect 2.0 was mandatory and couldn't be turned off, until it could, after which it got unbundled having been barely supported) that people still doubt every word that comes out of their mouths (e.g. that Project Scorpio will have no exclusives... yeah, right... I'll give them until 2020 with them sneaking in the back door under the excuse that they are VR exclusives which you wouldn't be able to play on the other XBOXes anyway), and just about every developer is guilty of rushing broken games to market because the safe assumption that all their consumers have a broadband connection means they can get them to patch the bugs as they crop up, effectively making everyone into a generation of unpaid beta testers, many of whom are such sheep that they pay for the privilege.

    If PS4 and ONE had ignored the potential threat from the 'Wii 2' and released in November 2014 then developers would have had more time to get used to these new systems and ensure excellent quality control. Nintendo get criticised for not having much software, but they take their time with every first party title they release to ensure it is free from horrendous face melting glitches, and with the paucity of multiplatform titles coming to the Wii U its rivals needn't have worried about losing market share to a console that appeals to a different audience.
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  • Uncompetative 20/06/2016

    @Zomeguy

    4K does seem unnecessary.

    http://carltonbale.com/does-4k-resolution-matter/
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  • Uncompetative 20/06/2016

    @IronSoldier

    You can add me to that list.
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  • Uncompetative 20/06/2016

    @cloudskipa

    I'm confused. Maybe you can help me.

    Why would anyone complain that an opponent in a multiplayer game unfairly benefitted from a higher framerate?

    I can see that two Snipers on different XBOX iterations would be unfairly matched if the 1st couldn't make out the 2nd because they were playing at 1080p and the 2nd could see them at 4K quite easily.
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  • Why Mass Effect: Andromeda won't acknowledge your ME3 ending choice

  • Uncompetative 20/06/2016

    I'm going to predict that this doesn't have a character creator. Ryder looks a lot like Lacey Chabert, although IMDB doesn't reveal any clues that she is working on this, it would be a damn sight easier to do total performance capture, like Chris Roberts is doing with Gillian Anderson in Star Citizen. Reply 0
  • HDR: What does it mean for games and movies?

  • Uncompetative 20/06/2016

    @J*C

    Me too. I'm very happy with my Infinite Black 600 Hz 42" Panasonic Plasma 1080p HD TV my 2TB PS4 and its 160 games. Wouldn't mind a bit more free space on the disc though...
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  • Porsche coming to Assetto Corsa later this year

  • Uncompetative 17/06/2016

    Great news. I've already got this game preordered and it just got better! Reply 0
  • Eurogamer's best of E3 2016

  • Uncompetative 17/06/2016

    Titanfall 2 was the best AAA at the show and ABZŪ the best Indie. Reply 0
  • Halo Wars 2 feels caught in No Man's Land

  • Uncompetative 17/06/2016

    I wasn't in the least bit impressed with this last night, one I had got it working. It seemed no different to the original and could have easily been a 360 game. Reply 0
  • What you actually do in Sea of Thieves

  • Uncompetative 16/06/2016

    I'm a bit suspicious of this demo that they showed that was filmed at Rare HQ as it was probably not only optimal conditions but obviously heavily edited to show only the stuff that wasn't borked. I hate the art style. I detest the people playing it. So, I will probably find those I meet online just as irritating.

    I think I will give Sea of Thieves a wide berth.
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  • Microsoft's mixed messages at E3 aren't pretty for Xbox One owners

  • Uncompetative 16/06/2016

    @Pete207

    I think that is true of Sony and Nintendo platforms but increasingly less so with the UI Microsoft push as a unified front end to all of their devices. I don't find their Tiles UI to be particularly consistent or responsive, and even despite comparisons that demonstrate it is quicker for common tasks than PS4, it yields a frustratingly slow response to user input and more significantly lacks automatic background downloads, which means that more often than not every game you want to play needs a large patch (because everything these days is rushed out before it has been properly tested) before you can resume playing it after which your window of opportunity to have some fun has gone and the pressures of real live invade.

    I gave up on the hasssle of Windows PCs when I had a defective Sony VAIO running WIndows 98 which Sony refused to honour the warranty on despite proving my case to them that it had a dodgy USB port that would crash it when I tried to Plug & Play different devices whilst it was on and their Customer Support got me to reinstall the OS a total of thirty times until they wanted 90 to send it back to me unrepaired having ignored the note I attached to their engineer explaining how Linux had baulked on install specifically identifying the fault.

    This obviously cooled me on Sony PCs along with the WIndows OS and got me into the joy of Apple and XBOX 360 ownership, which despite 3 RRODs never annoyed me with an intrusive or sluggish UI.

    However, I had the money for both a PS4 and a ONE and thought I would be 'cutting my nose to spite my face' to only buy one platform for Halo and ignore all the exclusives the other had to offer. Little did I know that my ONE would freeze, crash whilst making multi-coloured sawtooth patterns and a horrendous screeching noise, that I could only remedy by turning it OFF OFF at the wall, or that every AAA they published would be undermined by Microtransactions that allowed you to cheat your way to a hollow victory. Everything about this shambles has been a steady retreat from their original vision of a 1TB discless console:

    1. Microsoft worry that not everyone has a fast Unlimited Broadband connection to abandon physical media and so the opportunity to cut out the "middle man" and reduce retail prices as they won't be eroded by secondhand sales at GameStop is missed and the eighth gen still has the majority of consumers swapping discs.

    2. Microsoft backtracked on their plans to use their patents to monitor audience happiness as they watched adverts on Live TV and ensure that not too many people were in the room as they settled down to watch a Movie, with some mixed messages initially stating that their console had to be Always Online and its Kinect spycam always connected and turned on for everything to work, before they progressively admitted that you could deactivate it in their revised Settings panel, and then unplug it all together, as well as yank the Ethernet cable from the back of the console and still have your single player campaigns work as well as they once did on the 360.

    3. Individually purchasable DLC and cosmetic items are a tolerable supplementary revenue stream which allows AAA games to hide the true cost of inflation, but these blind packs of consumable cheats and fake currencies (that are clearly intended to disassociate you from the true cost of the item / pack at the point of transaction) are an evil scourge especially as much of it acclimates children to mechanics common to gambling whilst side-stepping any proper regulation to only be in PEGI 18 games through a legal loophole.

    4. Microsoft abandon their confusing policies around 'Family Sharing' which only Mormons understood, and copied Sony's rational lend and trade policy rather than their contrived "the disc is merely a convenient installation medium to avoid a substantial download which can only be used to pair the game with one user's account whilst they have an online connection to their C L O U D services."

    5. Microsoft unbundle the Kinect 2.0 having barely supported it with any compelling titles.

    6. Microsoft free up the 11% GPU reservation dedicated to the unreliable interpretation of Kinect 2.0's speech commands and fatiguing arm gestures.

    7. Microsoft shuffle all the Tiles around in their UI just as people were getting used to where things were for a minor performance gain that is undermined by a lack of feedback that has you repeatedly pressing buttons in expectation of some immediate response. Meanwhile 360s continue to be slicker.

    8. Games with Gold eventually gets some AAA titles, but most people already bought them at launch.

    9. Microsoft finally bring Background Music to their XBOX ONE console, it having been a fan favourite on the 360 for many years.

    People didn't want a huge black console with a spycam attached to it? So, next August we will have the opportunity to buy a slim white XBOX ONE S. People whined over the lack of 1080p games, with some having the temerity to want 1920x1080p60 as a minimum standard in all titles regardless of lavish shaders and number of enemies on screen. So, November of next year we will have the opportunity to buy a new XBOX capable of 6 TeraFLOPS.

    Why didn't they make them ONE console?

    Honestly, what idiot is going to buy an XBOX ONE S in the knowledge it will be obsolete within 15 months?

    Clearly, Project Scorpio isn't the XBOX 1.5 but the XBOX 15 months until the next upgrade...
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  • Uncompetative 16/06/2016

    @frazzl

    I don't understand why you are getting so many negs. What you said was quite reasonable.
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  • Uncompetative 16/06/2016

    @Krychek

    That is a very sharp analysis of their corporate strategy.
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  • Uncompetative 16/06/2016

    @M-D-S

    Fascinating. Thanks for linking that article!
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  • Uncompetative 16/06/2016

    @pabbott

    Wouldn't it have made better sense for this XBOX ONE S to be Scorpio?
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  • Uncompetative 16/06/2016

    @frazzl

    Thanks for the reply, it's is the first I've had in months as I think everyone else erroneously put me on IGNORE after a mod misread an aside I made on an unrelated topic as being a callous trivialisation of a family tragedy, got everyone in the thread riled up and deleted my "offending" comment, which as luck would have it happened to be the only time I hadn't made my own copy for the purposes of rebuttal or appeal.

    As to today's topic, my summary was intended to convey just how negative Microsoft's presentation came across. They have already stopped manufacturing the excellent XBOX 360 and if they plan to phase out the original XBOX ONE then many people will have to pay more for the benefit of features they won't be able to take advantage of and purchase their own pad as it is no longer bundled.

    I don't have a ginormous 4K TV so both of their new consoles aren't of interest to me. The claim that Project Scorpio can run Halo 5: Guardians without dipping to 1152x810p30 is a laughable example as that game should never have sacrificed split screen to chase after a 60 fps rendering target to suit its uncharacteristic hyper kinetic pace and pander to noobs who had come from playing Advanced Warfare (where the ability to dodge bullets afforded by the addition of the Exo Suits balance that game's much lower Time To Kill). I just find it funny that they couldn't have found a better example of a game that was likely to benefit from Scorpio's hardware that was actually good - i.e. like the aforementioned Advanced Warfare.

    Of course, I can see that those planning to get large 4K TVs next year when they drop in price would be interested in the latest 6 TeraFLOPS XBOX assuming it is not unreasonably priced or stupidly named even if they, like myself, bought a Day ONE at launch back in 2013. However, I can't see who is going to buy an XBOX ONE S with Project Scorpio so close on the horizon.

    I genuinely hadn't thought that there would be a PS4 Slim as a separate entity from the current model which to me seems plenty slim already. Indeed, these mid generational iterations that are usually thought to be MINIs or SLIMs or Ss as in the case of Microsoft's latest offering are often an opportunity to bump the specification. So, I expect the PS4K to effectively be the only new model that Sony come out with, and they may keep the exact same box, but change what components are inside it, and add a blue K to the right hand side in the form of an illuminated LED to go with the strip running across the top.

    I won't be getting a PS4K for the same reasons that I won't be upgrading to an XBOX ONE S or a Project Scorpio, my eyesight is too poor to be able to appreciate the improved pixel density and my existing 42" Panasonic Plasma HD TV has sufficient contrast and responsiveness for me to look down on all but the most recent LED panels.

    Microsoft have eroded the difference between their consoles and gaming PCs that are running Windows 10 and thrown away a perfectly good UI that worked fine on their excellent XBOX 360 console to build something up from scratch for its replacement, that isn't as good or initially as fully featured (e.g. Background Music in games), just to have this inferior Tiles UI for the sake of consistency across their various platforms. The argument that a PC doesn't have the compact form factor to fit under a TV ignores the fact that you can buy long HDMI cables to route signals from elsewhere in the room.

    However, I was surprised that XBOX ONE S wasn't capable of streaming a game that was hosted on your household's office / gaming PC to whatever TV it was connected to, rather like Steam Link or AirPlay connecting an iPad with an Apple TV. If they had done this then there would be a reason for the XBOX ONE S to exist but unless people are yet to buy their first XBOX and haven't the good sense to buy the superior PS4 instead and have no money for Project Scorpio and no inclination to wait any longer to upgrade to the 8.25 generation, then I don't see why anyone would buy ONE.
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  • Uncompetative 16/06/2016

    @frazzl

    Good post. I learned something today!
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  • Uncompetative 16/06/2016

    @frazzl

    Microsoft's E3 presentation in summary:

    "Don't buy an XBOX ONE as we have an XBOX ONE S that is better."

    "Don't buy an XBOX pad as we have coloured pads that are better."

    "Don't buy an XBOX ONE S as we have Project Scorpio that is better."

    "Don't buy Crackdown as we haven't finished it on time."

    "Don't buy Project Scorpio as we have Windows 10 PCs that are better."
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  • Uncompetative 16/06/2016

    Microsoft E3 conference in summary:

    "Don't buy an XBOX ONE because the XBOX ONE S is better."

    "Don't buy an XBOX ONE pad because we have custom coloured ones."

    "Don't buy an XBOX ONE S because Project Scorpio is way better."

    "Don't buy Project Scorpio because a Windows 10 PC is upgradable."

    "Don't buy Crackdown because it isn't finished yet."
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  • There are some pretty wild theories about what's going on in Kojima's Death Stranding

  • Uncompetative 16/06/2016

    The Phantom Pain and now The Phantom Zone. Clearly, this is a Superman spin off. Reply 0
  • Xbox One S: release date, price, specs and everything we know

  • Uncompetative 16/06/2016

    @Buztafen

    It is very confusing.

    I had to go to WIRED to discover that the 4K Blu ray wasn't merely a standard HD Blu ray capable of being upscaled to 4K resolution, as is the case with many cheap 4K Blu ray players, but a true 4K UHD Blu ray component which much cost them a pretty penny to put in their box and therefore accounts for them having unbundled Kinect and the Controller whilst making a new line of coloured ones that cost double the normal amount.
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  • Gran Turismo Sport is looking much, much better

  • Uncompetative 15/06/2016

    Placeholder meh. Reply 0
  • Kratos is now voiced by Stargate SG-1's Christopher Judge

  • Uncompetative 15/06/2016

    Different dude, different voice. Reply 0
  • Xbox boss Phil Spencer: the big interview

  • Uncompetative 15/06/2016

    After some confusion it has finally been resolved that XBOX ONE S has 4K Blu Ray drive which is very significant as that was the main selling point of the PS4K. Although, weaker and with an inferior line up of exclusives amassing over the course of the next twelve months and with over 40,000,000 PS4s already in the hands of satisfied owners (some of whom will more likely stick with Sony when future consoles are released, in order to take advantage of its backward compatibility with their existing game collections), this will stop the erosion of market share, but probably not reverse it by the time it's successor releases as many fans of the brand who have yet to upgrade from the superior 360 system will skip the 1 and the S and go straight for Project Scorpio even though that will likely be much more expensive than the PS4K.

    XBOX ONE S is the console that MIcrosoft should have released in 2013 to stand a chance against Sony.
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  • Xbox One S won't give games a performance boost, Microsoft insists

  • Uncompetative 15/06/2016

    @Bloobat

    Not if they have abandoned the XBOX brand on principle.
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  • How the Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare campaign actually works

  • Uncompetative 14/06/2016

    I liked it from the start. I suppose that means I have good taste. Reply 0
  • Spec Analysis: Xbox Project Scorpio

  • Uncompetative 14/06/2016

    @robg

    You've fixed your mistake
    I think Microsoft have made more than ONE
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  • Uncompetative 14/06/2016

    @IronSoldier

    I wish Microsoft the best of luck selling their 6 TeraFLOP console for 599.99 when Sony has already sold everyone their perfectly adequate 4.2 TeraFLOP console a fortnight earlier for a mere 399.99 and how many XBOX ONE S's can Microsoft expect to shift when Sony has saturated the market with over 40,000,000 PS4's?
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  • Uncompetative 14/06/2016

    XBOX ONE won't sell as it is weaker than PS4
    XBOX ONE S won't sell as it is weaker than PS4
    Project Scorpio won't sell because everyone's already bought a PS4
    Project Scorpio won't sell because those few already bought a PS4K
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  • Xbox E3 conference report: Microsoft is feeling bold again

  • Uncompetative 14/06/2016

    Crucially it's "4K, Blu ray" not "4K Blu ray". Reply 0
  • The E3 bulletin: Tuesday

  • Uncompetative 14/06/2016

    we know that more than a few of these games are being built on uprated PS4 hardware and Sony didn't utter a word about how it's going to approach that.
    Every game was running on PS4 including all those on PSVR.
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  • Sony E3 2016 conference live report

  • Uncompetative 14/06/2016

    Well I hoped that they would focus on games and I wasn't in the least bit disappointed. Well done... Reply 0
  • Uncompetative 14/06/2016

    I'm really looking forward to an Infinite Warfare gameplay demo showcasing the seamless ground to air to space to Retribution to deck to Bridge to mission transitions of its new Campaign. Squeee! Reply 0
  • Crackdown 3 delayed until 2017

  • Uncompetative 13/06/2016

    @AgentDaleCooper

    I don't think Scorpio gets launch titles as that would imply a generational barrier that they're strenuously denying the existence of.
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  • Halo Wars 2 release date set for February

  • Uncompetative 13/06/2016

    Download at 42% Reply 0
  • Microsoft announces new console Project Scorpio for holiday 2017

  • Uncompetative 13/06/2016

    @Jimez

    Those yet to buy ONE might get a ONE S for its enhanced 4K media streaming capabilities and storage capacity, I guess many will figure that Project Scorpio will be too expensive for them at launch and too far in the future for all of them to wait around for.

    Is PS4 better than ONE? Yes.

    Is PS4 better than ONE S? With games, yes.

    Is PS4K better than Project Scorpio? No, but it won't matter as it will come out first and cost about 200 less.
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  • Uncompetative 13/06/2016

    @GameChampionz

    PS4s dead
    Kindly explain your rationale, because I don't see it.

    PS4 is undeniably more powerful than ONE.

    ONE S may do HDR 4K media streaming but has no more power than the ONE for games.

    Project Scorpio will likely come out at the end of 2017 and have graphics that are double the performance of the PS4K, however that is not relevant to those who want to buy a console with a 4K Blu ray player that is capable of 4K streaming with HDR, as their media focus will be amply satisfied by it having 4.2 TeraFLOPS of graphics performance, and a 399.99 PS4K timed to release a fortnight before whenever Microsoft announce that theirs will release will steal that sector of the market from Microsoft as even with them selling theirs at a huge loss they won't be able to reduce it below 599.99

    Indeed, I fully expected the new 2TB XBOX to be only 249.99 and although they are close to that price point they aren't close enough to really compete with Apple TV, or these custom controllers that are 60, more if you want it to be engraved with SUCKER.

    And whilst I will be the first to admit that their Oculus Rift support on their new console will prove cheaper than the equivalent homemade PC and a lot less hassle to set up, the general consensus is that Vive is the superior headset and well worth the additional investment if you really are serious about crawling around on the floor making a fool out of yourself.
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  • Uncompetative 13/06/2016

    I'd hoped for 8.2 TeraFLOPS. Reply 0
  • Uncompetative 13/06/2016

    @INSOMANiAC

    Simple really. Everything is driven by marketing and they push for the highest resolutions regardless of framerates as they look superior in the screenshots they provide as early previews to gullible magazines and websites. It is a practice that has been going on for decades.
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  • Uncompetative 13/06/2016

    Just started downloading the Halo Wars 2 Open Beta. Reply 0
  • Xbox One background music, clubs and tournaments coming

  • Uncompetative 13/06/2016

    'Clubs' seems naff. I would have preferred 'Clans'. Reply 0
  • Scalebound confirmed for Windows 10

  • Uncompetative 13/06/2016

    This looks unbelievably shite. Reply 0
  • Microsoft announces the Xbox One S price and release date

  • Uncompetative 13/06/2016

    Too expensive. Reply 0
  • Standalone Witcher card-game Gwent announced

  • Uncompetative 13/06/2016

    I've been to Newport, Gwent, Wales, UK.

    3 hour train journey both ways... I could still feel the rattle of the clickety-clack gap between each of the rails as I struggled to go to sleep, as my body was conditioned to motion as if I was "land sick".
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