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  • Video: Hands-on with Arkham Knight, Splatoon hype and cats - The Eurogamer Show

  • danger.to.others 30/05/2015

    @Foolish_Monkey There is no next one.
    I'm sure someone will make Batman, but this is Rocksteady's last one.
    Reply +1
  • Video: LGBTI characters in games are important

  • danger.to.others 30/05/2015

    @MattEvansC3 I was with you until you said Link was straight.
    If you think Link is straight, you are obviously insane.
    Reply 0
  • Need for Speed reboot requires online connection

  • danger.to.others 29/05/2015

    @Foolish_Monkey ...having kids.
    I'm still laughing as I tip my hat to you.
    Reply +1
  • Batman: Arkham Knight is another step away from the intimacy of Arkham Asylum

  • danger.to.others 28/05/2015

    Asylum is a great game. But so is City. I like that Rocksteady didn't just repeat themselves each sequel.
    We all know if they did a game just like Asylum (but with a different villian) most would complain why they haven't put more in and call it Asylum 1.5 and other nonsense. Some people can never be happy.

    Everything I've seen for Knight looks to take advantage of the new consoles (a game this big and detailed would never have been on PS3/360 wthout severe cuts) and each game is looking more and more like it'll be distinct enough from the other that all remain worth playing in the future.
    Unless Knight ends up fumbling in story or technically, Rocksteady still seem to be the best there is at Batman (and possibly anyone at third person action games).

    As a comic fan, I couldn't be more psyched for this. You can always replay Asylum, this is a new adventure on a grander scale, thanks to not being shackled by the old technology.
    Besides, none of the Batman's, including Asylum, were really what I'd call adventure games. Both Asylum and City had quiet spots for a puzzle that led into combat. A lot of combat.
    Reply +4
  • Assassin's Creed Syndicate will not have companion app, Ubisoft confirms

  • danger.to.others 28/05/2015

    I'm still sad to see the co-op go. Otherwise, sounds like all good choices in what's being omitted. Reply 0
  • The Mad Max game takes a different path to Fury Road

  • danger.to.others 27/05/2015

    Aoife Wilson seems obsessed with Furiosa. She's not in it, leave the poor Warner Brothers guy alone. Reply +1
  • Beneath Assassin's Creed Unity's bugs lurks a surprisingly human game

  • danger.to.others 25/05/2015

    I've always been really impressed with the AI in Ubisoft open world games.
    Just as the article has been impressed upon noticing the ridiculous level of detail in AI's dialogue and habits that most won't see with Unity, they do the same level of detail and script in Watch_Dogs and the last two Far Cry's.
    Sometimes I just hang out with unimportant background AI and get constantly surprised with the things they'll do and say.
    It really is incredible and something I never see them get credit for. Nice to see an article that let's me know I'm not the only one experiencing the amount of work script writers put into random conversations in these games.
    Reply +9
  • Lizard Squad teen pleads guilty to 23 charges of harassment

  • danger.to.others 22/05/2015

    @lone_wolf_uk Your wrong about it not being socio or psychos faults.
    They lack feeling empathy. But they absolutely comprehend right from wrong and are aware if their actions hurt people.
    Just because they don't care, it doesn't mean they can't control themselves.
    Unless you meant being in the middle of a complete psychotic break, which then you could argue they aren't in control.
    But truly in a break and commiting a crime is rare. Most know what they're doing is wrong.
    Reply +2
  • Microsoft's June Xbox update targets Windows app

  • danger.to.others 22/05/2015

    They put their importance on Kinect, texting while gaming and avatars. There is no mystery here why so many who had 360's went to PS4.
    It's just strange the way they dig in and embrace features most gamers make very clear they don't want.
    Reply -10
  • Dead Island dev dumps Hellraid development

  • danger.to.others 21/05/2015

    Dying Light is one of the glitchiest and poor framerate games on PS4.
    So I shudder to think how bad Hellraid was if even Techland managed to see lack of quality.
    Reply -2
  • Rockstar launches BBC lawsuit over Grand Theft Auto drama

  • danger.to.others 21/05/2015

    Lawsuits aside....Harry Potter as Sam Houser? Bill Paxton as Jack Thomson?
    Who the hell is casting this thing? Neither actor looks like who they're playing in the slightest.
    This whole thing sounds like a horrible movie. I can see why Rockstar don't want anything to do with it.
    Reply -1
  • Forget the fantasy, Life is Strange finds its soul in the real world

  • danger.to.others 21/05/2015

    Eurogamer is really showing it's lack of American knowledge in thinking it's inaccurate that kids in America are saying an "avalanche of hellas and biatches".
    They are. There are huge numbers who can't go three sentences without using one or the other of these words.

    Not that Eurogamer should know that, being based in, well, Europe. It simply struck me as unfair to knock DontNod for the dialogue when they have it right and you are wrong.
    Credit where it's do, it's common to find kids who speak like the kids in the game in America. They really do use all the slang and pop cuture references.
    Sure, not EVERYONE does it. But in my experience here in America, the majority do.

    Other than that, good article.

    Great game, especially for the price!
    Reply +17
  • Watch 10 minutes of God of War 3 Remastered's 1080p/60fps gameplay

  • danger.to.others 19/05/2015

    @KanevilPS It's not a complicated story. And if memory serves, I believe they recap in the beginning.
    I could be wrong though. It's been 5 years.
    Either way, even without a recap you'll catch up fine. Kratos wants to kill all the Gods. So that's what you do.
    GoW3 is one of the best hack and slash games ever made, so if you like that style, buy it. You'll love it.
    Reply +5
  • Oculus Rift won't block virtual reality porn

  • danger.to.others 19/05/2015

    Well...I suppose it's a good thing if the kind of people who would use this for porn will be using this instead of breeding.

    Ingenious method at population control.
    Reply -3
  • 3D Realms may reclaim the rights to Duke Nukem - report

  • danger.to.others 19/05/2015

    It's funny watching these company fight over a brand that no longer sells. Reply -3
  • The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt review

  • danger.to.others 18/05/2015

    There are a lot of women wearing ludicrously revealing necklines in the game, you say?
    So then, it's just like how women dress now? You know the ones, with the push up bras and nipples barely covered who walk around moaning why men keep staring at their chests.
    Glad to see those types make a Witcher appearance.

    Also, if a guy beats his wife upon finding out she's cheating on him, yes, that does make me sympathetic for him.
    I don't condone it. But I have sympathy as to why he did it.

    Women aside, glad to see critics are saying the game is as good as I hoped it would be. I'll buy it....as soon as I finish Batman.
    Reply -13
  • Assassin's Creed: Syndicate launches 23rd October on PS4, Xbox One

  • danger.to.others 13/05/2015

    @Unholy_Witchcraft In Assassin's Creed you can turn off EVERYTHING.
    You can have only the things you want, including no maps or pop ups. It's right in the pause menu of every game, which makes your complaints meritless.
    The only thing you can't turn off is the abiltiy of eagle vision. But if tagging people bothers you so much, you do realize the missions work without you using it?
    Ubisoft's games give you more choice in whether you have your hand held or play with zero help more than any others.
    They even let you choose between a large amount of different dialects! The options are great.

    It's incredible how confused so many get, just like the ridiculous amount of people who complained about microtransactions in Unity, when the entire game could be played with purchasing nothing.
    (The target of the DLC was renters and the impatient.)
    I didn't spend a single cent on DLC in Unity, yet unlocked everything with millions of points to spare in the regular amount of playing.

    Ubisofts biggest fault within it's gaming systems (I'm not talking bugs or framerate, but the system of gameplay itself) is assuming the gamer is intelligent enough to understand this.
    The irony being people like you seem to need it dumbed down more, not less.
    Apparently, given the confused and invalid compliants (Why are they in such and such place but speaking English...that's so stupid! Um, no. You're the dummy that didn't go to the options and choose the language of that part of the world with subtitles, if that's your preference...etc.) the series recieves every year.

    Complaining about game freezes or glitches: legitimate.
    Complaining about optional help you turn off in the pause menu: nonsense.
    Reply -2
  • danger.to.others 13/05/2015

    @ubiquitousuk There's likely two reasons they haven't gone to London with Grand Theft Auto in the modern era.
    One being there is much more stupidity and anarchy ripe for satire within American culture, since it's so many of the world's cultures thrown in a blender and then thrown up into it's own unique mess.
    Which I don't mean to imply London doesn't have it's own interesting things to satire. More, I think they aren't done, constantly seeing more to ridicule in the states.

    Of course, the second and likely biggest reason is Rockstar knows which side of it's toast the butter is on. They stick to America so far (other than the one early England game) because that's where the largest amount of their sales come from.
    Personally, speaking as an American, I'd love for them to go to London with how they make games now. I wouldn't be surprised if Rockstar were scared of how many Americans not like me (which is roughly 90% of them) they'd lose.

    Anyway, this article-wise, I like Assassin's Creed and look forward to climbing up and jumping off of Big Ben.
    No sarcasm, I really do look forward to that.
    Really happy they're hitting that part of the world. Always been a big fan of the English way (be it vocabulary and politeness) that I'm sure to enjoy spending hours around.
    Again, to clarify, I'm not being sarcastic. I mean it. And the game shown within the trailer looks good so far.
    Reply +1
  • Devil May Cry 4: Special Edition gets a June release date

  • danger.to.others 13/05/2015

    People will bitch about anything.
    It's not as though new games aren't releasing. Hell, my upcoming list of things to get just for me on my PS4 is Witcher 3, then Batman, then Metal Gear, Deues Ex, Mad Max, Assassin's Creed, Just Cause 3 and others I'm probably forgetting off the top of my head.
    My gaming time is filled to the brim with new games. So what is the valid complaint to remakes?
    Key word being valid, as opposed to the sheep who like to hop on board whatever trendy train is going to join in hating things without legitimate reason.

    Remakes hurt no one, as companies aren't making them instead of new games. Rather, they are letting a small team put some love to it while the main part of the developers are making new stuff. You're simply getting more game choice.
    If you played it before, then don't buy it. Those who missed it or are new to gaming get a better running version.
    It's sad so many single digit IQ's exist that this needs to be explained. I'm surprised some of you can actually play a videogame, the unintelligence you demonstrate. You can figure out all these buttons to press and lack basic reasoning. Boggles the mind.

    You especially have no valid reason to complain about Devil May Cry 4, as it has been priced fairly.
    You get the game spruced up, new trophies and a chance to record yourself doing incredible things. If that's npot fun for you, skip it.
    Complaining creativity is dead and they're taking advantage of you somehow, that is the dialogue of an idiot.
    And why you morons are so desperate for attention you need to go to threads of games you obviously have no interest in for no other reason to complain without merit (don't get me wrong, valid complaints are important to be voiced) are pathetic.
    Spoiled brats desperate for love.

    For me, 25 dollars for this game is pretty good. If I'm inbetween games, I've always got room to go back to replay a good one.
    Maybe I will, maybe I won't (Witcher and Batman are going to have me pretty busy). But it's great to live in a time when we have so many choices in our entertainment.
    Capcom is doing a nice thing here. Do you really believe they'll make such a large profit off an old gasme like this? Sure, they likely won't lose money, but this is for the fans.
    They could easily have not bothered putting this out and be just fine with annual earnings. This won't be a boost that matters.

    Attack companies when they truly do wrong. But how about acknowledging when they do something right, as well? This is a quality release for those that don't mind slightly dated older games.
    Reply +6
  • Assassin's Creed: Syndicate will let you play as a woman - report

  • danger.to.others 12/05/2015

    I never liked multiplayer....until Unity. Me and the wife loved the co-op angle.
    So naturally, that's dying after only one game.
    Reply 0
  • Wolfenstein: The Old Blood review

  • danger.to.others 08/05/2015

    @agent55 It's a pre-quel, so you'll have no problem storywise.
    I'm about halfway through Old Blood and if you like Doom style shooters, buy this. It's old school style fun.
    Reply +1
  • Probably the bloodiest Witcher 3 trailer yet

  • danger.to.others 08/05/2015

    This beheaded to the top of my want list.

    Forgive me....I'll cut the cheese.
    Reply 0
  • Nintendo records first annual profit in four years

  • danger.to.others 07/05/2015

    @MccyMcFlinn If you worked marketing at Nintendo they'd be in much better shape. Reply 0
  • Metal Gear stylin': Konami is launching an MGS clothing line

  • danger.to.others 06/05/2015

    @seanscottuk Why would you need to understand why Quiet is wearing hardly anything?
    It's like when women wear yoga pants or take stripper pole classes for exercise and think they're empowered by doing it. You don't fight it.
    You sit back and smile and let them do it.

    Now quiet....before you get women realizing things.
    Reply +2
  • Batman: Arkham Knight season pass lets you play as Batgirl

  • danger.to.others 05/05/2015

    @fabio78 Whiny.

    Couldn't resist.
    Reply -1
  • Watch Dogs 2 spotted on Ubisoft programmer's LinkedIn

  • danger.to.others 01/05/2015

    @makeamazing I think they let it out on purpose. Instead of a teaser trailer, let it look like people stumbled onto a secret and they'll talk about it more.
    No way it's an accident as often as it is for a variety of big games.

    Their viral manipulation aside, I liked Watch_Dogs and likely would buy the sequel.
    Reply 0
  • Far Cry 4 developer is donating up to $100K to aid Nepal

  • danger.to.others 30/04/2015

    @visionary Considering their depiction of Nepal is that the people are smart enough to see through and not support a dictator and strong enough in spirit to fight back when outgunned while the gameworld being beautiful looking, I think they'd likely be good with it. Reply +6
  • Ouya seeks quick sale as debts mount

  • danger.to.others 29/04/2015

    Hells ya?
    Sounds like a real professional.
    Reply +1
  • Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 teaser goes all Deus Ex on us

  • danger.to.others 23/04/2015

    They may try to steal Deus Ex's plots or settings, but they'll never do it as well.
    I am curious how the devs putting out a new Deus Ex this year feel about not only having the much shallower CoD not only take from them, but having the bad luck of it happening the same year they release.
    Don't worry, Eidos. Yours is the game I'm buying day one.
    Reply +17
  • Overlord: Fellowship of Evil announced via gameplay trailer

  • danger.to.others 23/04/2015

    @Dorlingus Average? She's a great game writer. Any flaws Overlord games had, the dialogue and humor were not one of them.
    She wrote the Tomb Raider reboot. Show some respect!
    Reply +3
  • New Mad Max screenshots surface

  • danger.to.others 21/04/2015

    If you do the math, four months after the movie means the game will likely match or be right next to the release of Mad Max to Blu-ray.
    Which is smarter than releasing to the movie because if the movie is out for a bit, more people will have seen and liked it. (hopefully)
    As well as the fact it doesn't need to come out alongside the movie because it's not related to the movie in plot whatsoever.

    Also, Just Cause 3 and Mad Max are being made by completely seperate teams, it's not the same individuals trying to make 2 games at once.
    Mad Max is being made by the core team that made Just Cause 2, while Just Cause 3's core team are actually new to the franchise.

    As well, looking at not handing out previews months early, in this day and age it's smarter not to. You have a lot of people (usually kids) that will rip apart early previews as if they're finished product.
    In fact, they did show an extremely early snippet of gameplay last year for Mad Max and everyone complained because it was rough.
    It's not worth giving out previews till you have a finished product, given how so many judge inaccurately (inaccurate if it's early and they treat it as if it's not, I'm not talking about being critical in general) and loudly.

    I have no idea if the game will end up good or not. But I am a fan of accurate information and things presented how they are, not with tinges of unwarranted hinted paranoia towards it.
    While it's minor in this particular article, I always laugh when anywhere in the media use the subtle word manipulation of things such as "some folks say..."
    Some folks, eh? That could be two uninformed guys sitting in a room and blurting out that thought and the sentence is technically true. Though the sentence is formed in a way to make it sound as if it's a wideheld belief.
    It's like when you read a review and a reviewer keeps saying we think this and we experienced that instead of saying I.
    It's a first semester psychology trick to make the reader subconciously start feeling like it's the opinon of more than one person to give it more weight towards being universally true.

    Anyway, back to Mad Max, I've seen nothing to make the game seem rushed and in trouble. In fact, in the Game Informer article they came off as incredibly excited and proud and will be showing it off this E3.
    Of course, everything going fine, yet not handing out freebies to the game sites doesn't make for an exciting day working at a game site.
    I didn't mean to hammer so hard at this one article, it was more the symptom of seeing this type of thing quite regularly which set me off.
    Reply +1
  • Assassin's Creed's move to two dimensions doesn't quite convince

  • danger.to.others 21/04/2015

    @Underseven You say you want the series to come with new ideas.
    But that's exactly what Chronicles is.

    @Vorflynn This isn't discarded ideas for full blown AC games, it's the opposite.
    Ubi already stated in the recent past (sorry, no link) that they are testing which of these games sells best to determine which will be an eventual future full length AC game.
    Their somewhat flawed logic being the biggest seller is the location most are intrested in. (Not sure what they plan if the same amount of people end up buying all three. I guess they'll do them all!)
    So if you like China, your buying it was a vote towards it.
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  • Star Wars: Battlefront has 40-player cap, no campaign

  • danger.to.others 18/04/2015

    Fellow gamers, proceed with caution.
    Remember that those fond memories you have of either Star Wars Battlefront or even Battlefield 2 or 1942 weren't made by the same people.
    The developer name might be DICE, but employees come and go and the people working there today that are bringing you this Star Wars are the people who brought you Battlefield 4, not those classics.
    And Battlefield 4 didn''t handle lag well at all with it's big maps, at least not on my PS4.

    Don't be blinded by short memories of how truly terrible BF4 was on a technical level or simply because a game has a Star Wars skin over it.
    This might end up great....but the wise gamer will be skeptical and wary of hype.

    I don't want it to be bad. I simply won't assume it will be good. Not after that last mess. This is not the DICE of yesteryear.
    Reply +7
  • Wolfenstein: The Old Blood physical editions out the week after download versions

  • danger.to.others 17/04/2015

    @General_Spiller You might not be able to resell a digital copy, but the true intent of pushing digital is you can't pirate it. Reply 0
  • Video: What's happened to Silent Hills?

  • danger.to.others 15/04/2015

    When all the staff change at once in a shop it's not exactly a Shelock Holmes level of difficulty to figure out.
    When they do clean sweeps, the staff were all stealing and working together at doing it. Happens a lot, especially at low paying jobs.

    Hey, I know you weren't seriously looking an answer. But I had one. So here you go.
    Reply -1
  • Guitar Hero Live skips backwards compatibility as it reboots series

  • danger.to.others 14/04/2015

    Wait....it's guitar hero and it includes......Skrillex?
    What next? Eminem?
    Reply +3
  • Deus Ex: Mankind Divided gets a debut trailer

  • danger.to.others 08/04/2015

    Funny to see us reach the point where it's no big deal to encourage pre-ordering now when you haven't even set a release date yet. Reply +3
  • Microsoft discontinues Kinect for Windows

  • danger.to.others 04/04/2015

    Unprecedented demand from developers. Does that mean the number is up to 3 or 4 ? Reply +2
  • Gaming convention threatens to abandon Indiana if anti-gay bill passes

  • danger.to.others 27/03/2015

    In my experience, the people who are offended by homosexuality are closeted homosexuals themselves that are ashamed of it because the fairy tales (uh, no pun intended) they were raised on told them to, who then go overboard about it when trying to hide something everyone can already see about them.
    To hate something requires a lot of passion involved about it!
    The one thing I appreciate about a loudmouth bigot is they make it easy for me to not give them any money or support.
    I'm not gay, but I have no problem with it. Gay people never ring my doorbell to ask if I'd like to join a cult.
    Now those people I have a problem with! If I wanted saving, I'm perfectly capable of finding a church. Don't come to my home.
    This law is a joke. But then, so is believing in the Bible as facts.
    Reply +5
  • PS4 firmware 2.5 release date and details

  • danger.to.others 25/03/2015

    Taking a screenshot when you earn a trophy made me laugh.
    In a good way. Laughed at the thoughtful, if unimportant, little add.
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  • YouTube Live to take on Twitch and be announced at E3 - report

  • danger.to.others 25/03/2015

    Nervous Twitch. Reply +24
  • Rainbow Six: Siege closed alpha gameplay footage leaks

  • danger.to.others 23/03/2015

    I like that Ubi called game site people influencers instead of journalists. Meaning no insult, it's a much more accurate title as to what they do.

    Far as Rainbow Six, no terrorist hunt, no sale. Waiting patiently for the announcement that's included.
    Me and my wife met through playing R6: Vegas, so Ubi would have to screw up pretty bad to lose my sale.
    R6 will always have a special spot with us.
    Reply -1
  • Dying Light has reached 3.2m players

  • danger.to.others 20/03/2015

    @texxx74 You're not alone in being in a "country that has so many intelligent, passionate and committed people is ruled by a bunch of brainless pigs. "

    That's basically every country in the world. I know how you feel.
    Reply +3
  • danger.to.others 20/03/2015

    Dying Light also had the best product placement in a TV show I've ever seen.

    Check out this set up. There's a new show in America called IZombie. Girl becomes a zombie, but everyone just thinks she's gone goth with her look, not that she's actually undead.
    Working in the morgue, she can eat brains and get the memories of those dead to solve murders. (I watch only the most high brow of television).
    She broke up with her boyfriend who she planned to marry because she's afraid she might not be able to control herself and eat his brains. But time goes by and she thinks she has a hold on it, now she thinks they could be together.
    So off she goes to her boyfriend's house to ask for him back. She gets to the door, but stops when she hears her boyfriend and a girl laughing inside.
    She looks through the window and sees him on the couch laughing away and obviously close and comfortable with the new girl....while playing Dying Light! So yes, zombie girl saw her living boyfriend not just with someone else, but playing a game of massacring her people.

    All that was the pilot episode. I know I'm going to watch more.

    Anyway, the Dying Light promo was a nice touch. Made me laugh.
    Reply +3
  • Hideo Kojima's name removed from Metal Gear Solid 5 branding

  • danger.to.others 19/03/2015

    @Frybird And I for one applaud you for saying I for one instead of "imo" or "imho".
    Stay elegant, friend!

    I'm curious what a Suda 51 and Kojima collaboration would create. (Dare to dream)
    Then again, that might be too mmuch crazy to comprehend.
    Reply +1
  • With the announcement of the NX, Nintendo admits defeat with the Wii U

  • danger.to.others 18/03/2015

    @geordiek Every American claims to be Irish? I don't know where your getting your views.
    Do you also believe we are all overweight and religious fanatics?
    Reply -4
  • Homefront: The Revolution delayed until 2016

  • danger.to.others 12/03/2015

    Considering how shit the gameplay was that Crytek showed before the title was bought, it's understandable more time is needed to make it a good game.

    I'll never understand the drama queens who hear a delay and suddenly proclaim no games are going to come out.
    How new to games are they? Games get delayed all the time for AT LEAST the last 10 years on a semi-regular basis.
    People complain when a game is buggy and rushed, yet complain when a game is delayed so they can properly finish it.
    I'll take the not rushed version, thanks.
    Reply 0
  • Uncharted 4 delayed to spring 2016

  • danger.to.others 12/03/2015

    Still bewildered at the way everyone is calling it a delay when there was never a release date given. Reply -1
  • Kinect and HoloLens developer Kudo Tsunoda expands role at Microsoft

  • danger.to.others 10/03/2015

    Rare and Lionhead mean nothing these days. Anyone who mattered and made good games under the name no longer work there.
    Rare are avatars and Perfect Dark 2, that's who works there these days. Lionhead is a Kinect Fable and a touched up redo of the original Fable with the people who actually made the original not working there now.
    Microsoft hasn't had this poor a first party since the dark, ugly days of the original xbox.
    Reply -1
  • Prey developer Human Head announces survival horror Lost Within

  • danger.to.others 10/03/2015

    Prey was a good idea, bad execution. Indian storyline? Excellent idea. Throw a quick couple stereotypes and then just sort of otherwise forget the cultural aspect for the rest of the game? Not such a good idea.
    It wasn't a horrible game, simply a generic one. They took the Quake engine and made a Quake clone. No bad flaws, but no imagination. The most unique thing was not reloading when you died. Which was a minor gimmick.
    Average studio having average success. Sounds about right. Not surprised at all when they lost Prey 2.
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