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  • Face-Off: God of War 3 Remastered

  • danger.to.others 24/07/2015

    With no way to say this is a bad release or trump up a Xbox One version, I knew there was no chance this face off would be written by Richard Leadbetter.
    Microsoft's not going to write a check for him for this game. 😆

    What's interesting is when a game this fast paced and graphically intense with such large scale can hit 1080p and 60 frames, it's an interesting question of whether this developer is more talented than the rest, or are many other developers that much more lazy about the technical end?
    I don-t know the answer, but it does make me wonder.
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  • Lords of the Fallen 2 loses exec producer Tomasz Gop, and changes direction

  • danger.to.others 23/07/2015

    He ought to be a politician, the way he tries to twist and turn vocabulary to try and make it sound like he wasn't fired because he wasn't doing good enough. Reply -1
  • Should you install The Witcher 3 patch 1.07?

  • danger.to.others 19/07/2015

    While my game is running great on PS4 after the patch, thought I'd throw on here I play with all kinds of things turned off.
    I believe the only things on in my options are the mini map, showing objective, enemy health bars, and my own health bar.
    All other options and notifications are off, including the newly added turning off of blur motion.
    Maybe that's why I run well. Could the people chugging play with everything turned on?
    Skyrim was the same way. The more you turned off, the better it ran.
    I mention so those suffering might think to try turning it off as well. All the off things were needless clutter to begin with, for me personally.
    All I know is my game's framerate is beautiful since this new patch. I couldn't say that prior to 1.07.
    Reply +1
  • danger.to.others 18/07/2015

    This article is strange to me. It doesn't match my experience, at least to my eyes. I'm not studying it THAT close.
    But I patched my PS4 and thought it was a huge, not slight, improvement in framerate. I assumed they locked it, since the framerate was all over the place before.
    In my 5 hours or so of playing with the patch, I don't recall any stutter. Not that I think stutter is completely gone from the game, but in my fights and travels so far I haven't had any. It was smooth for the first time since I've owned it.
    I was just telling my wife how much better everything felt after this patch only to pop by and see I must be delusional, if your tests are accurate.
    I don't know how, but my game is running excellent so far. The framerate prior was, while never unplayable, a bit of a nuisance. So far I'm happy with the changes.
    Reply +3
  • Batman: Arkham Knight's first major DLC falls short

  • danger.to.others 15/07/2015

    @Fenbops Don't do it, man. I really like Arkham Knight too and am a big Batman fan, growing up on Batman comics and loved the idea of playing as Batgirl.
    This DLC is junk. I expected and don't mind it being short, but they (as the article accurately points out) did nothing with the character.
    No story, no personality other than the barest minimum and they ruined the fights.
    Their idea of fun was to hurl more people at you in a pile up than you see in the entire game. Just crowds of them hitting you.
    Basically it's unfair and tedious fights of thugs, a fight with Joker and Harley and done.
    I had a bad feeling as soon as I heard WB Montreal was making it. And the bad feeling was right.
    There is absolutely no reason to play this piece of....DLC. Go spend the money on a Batgirl comic. This was stupid and a waste of time and did nothing with having the use of Batgirl.
    Reply +2
  • 1989 Batman movie skins coming to Arkham Knight

  • danger.to.others 15/07/2015

    @Foolish_Monkey Agreed. I think Nolan's movies were better than Burton, Bale was goofy.
    In an alternate universe I like to imagine 1989 Keaton making Batman movies with Nolan (while keeping the 1989 suit and car look).
    If course....the suit was a large reason we lost Keaton for a third Batman. And without Keaton, Burton wasn't interested and it all fell down like a row of dominoes.
    Other old people might remember how Keaton was saying the suit was horrible to wear. It weighed a lot and he couldn't move his neck at all.
    But it looked cool and the movies were fun while it lasted.

    I know the 1989 car is going to be the only skin for my Batmobile in Arkham Knight from now on.
    Reply +1
  • danger.to.others 15/07/2015

    I surprise myself by the burst of joy I felt at the 1989 Batmobile and 1970's Batman. Reply 0
  • This week's free Witcher 3 DLC is...

  • danger.to.others 14/07/2015

    @RicardoG Yes. In the main game menu options. Oddly, you can't change it in the options while in your game. But feel free to switch costumes as often as you want. Reply 0
  • Jade Raymond joins EA to head new studio and work on Star Wars

  • danger.to.others 13/07/2015

    Well....Jade's reputation is a bit tarnished seeing as her recent job as head of Ubisoft Montreal produced Splinter Cell: Blacklist and Assassin's Creed Unity.
    Both games shared the same problem. Lots of great ideas, but technically rough.
    She seems really creative, but not much of a supervisor. So it's interesting EA would put her in another supervisor role.
    Hopefully it works out. I'm 50/50 on whether this is good news or not.
    Reply +4
  • Two Witcher 3 expansions combine to equal roughly The Witcher 2 in length

  • danger.to.others 10/07/2015

    CD Projekt have won my respect more than just about any other game company.
    Great developer with fair prices and plenty of support and respect for it's customer, as well as a deep passion for it's work.
    Shame these are rare qualities.
    Reply +7
  • Lizard Squad attacks PlanetSide 2, H1Z1, more

  • danger.to.others 10/07/2015

    We need more people like Smedley (hope I spelled that right).
    And who are these losers following Lizard Squad on Twitter and reposting and favoriting their tweets?
    If you feed the monster, and this one feeds on attention, then you are complicit on it's actions.
    You might not be as guilty as actual throwing out DDoS's, but you give them strength.
    Hell, we all do. Articles being ran, even my putting this post.
    What we need is people working to jail them behind the scenes while publically we don't say a word about them and outcast them (purposely block any Twitter or Facebook or whatever else Lizard Squad have.)
    Our biggest weapon against these worthless punks is our refusal to let them see we're upset.
    Again, I'm not saying let them get away with it. Let the proper people get after them. But in the media and public, we (myself included) need to have a Lizard Squad blackout.

    It'll never happen, since media care more about ad revenue than helping a situation, but it's what we should do.

    Edit: I hadn't read the thread before posting. Nice to see some others are on the same page.
    Reply +3
  • Canadian teen who harassed female League of Legend players jailed

  • danger.to.others 10/07/2015

    16 months is still too light a sentence. Make it 5 years minimum and watch these jerks stop doing this. Reply +2
  • Don't call the new Hitman an early access game

  • danger.to.others 09/07/2015

    This is actually brilliant. Hitman works well in smaller chunks and it won't take away from all my other xmas titles.
    While I wouldn't want games in general to release in chunks, for this I picture in my head it working quite well.
    Plus....free! It's all counted as the main game! They should be hailed in praise, bucking the nickle and dime them to death approach.
    I'm sure Io had to fight Square to convince them to try this without charging extra.

    Take note, Warner Brothers, Ubisoft, EA and Activision. This is how you treat your paying customer. Treating them well creates loyalty.
    Reply -2
  • CoD: Black Ops 3's Juggernog Edition includes a functioning mini-fridge

  • danger.to.others 09/07/2015

    Two hundred dollars! Holy fishsticks, there's some rich bastards playing Call Of Duty.
    Next year I expect them to offer a butler or maid fully paid for one year to clean up after me so I never have to stop playing.
    You know if they read this, they'd actually consider it.
    Who the heck is spending this kind of money? I think I need to become friends with them if they like to throw that kind of money around.
    Reply 0
  • Batman: Arkham Knight Batgirl DLC dated, priced

  • danger.to.others 03/07/2015

    @adornedatom In fairness to Rocksteady, season pass will also include a bunch (no exact number, they only said several from what I read) other villians who will "invade" Gotham and have multiple mission mini stories.
    So depending on how many and how long, they could still end up justifying the season pass price even if Batgirl is short.
    Time will tell. But it's not only car races and costumes after Batgirl.
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  • Peter Moore recounts $1.15bn Xbox 360 Red Ring of Death saga

  • danger.to.others 02/07/2015

    What saved the Xbox brand was the idiotic condition of fanboys (which is a stupid thing to be no matter what or who the brand) that creeped up in the social media generations.
    I still can't believe a company could build a faulty product to the failure rate as high as it was (I myself went through the merry-go-round of 8 red ringed consoles) and still stay in business.
    It's a testament to the power of creating sheep who will take what you give them without question.
    I was one, as well. I liked achievements and gaming with ease in multi with friends, which was newer back then, and endured like an abused wife refusing to wake up.
    This and the fact Xbox took my credit card when I had turned off automatic renewals and falsified information because the card was expired and made up a new expiration (which it got wrong because it was a total guess) and charged me for more Live in which, incredibly, the credit card company wouldn't revoke the charge because they said it was digital related, even though Microsoft were thieves who faked the info, and the charge stood.
    The red ring ride and then this showed my exactly how far this company was without any sense of honor.
    I no longer have anything to do with any Microsoft brands and pity those that do.
    Even in games, all the companies want to make money, but Nintendo and Sony seem to actually believe in games underneath the profit margin.
    Microsoft is pure calculating and manipulative business. Games are simply a product and nothing more to them.
    How more people don't see that or care always surprises me.
    I never come back to threads so I won't know, but I'll bet Xbox fans neg this to oblivion. I simply wish there were a way they could know that the whole credit card stealing they did is completely true.

    Watch your back. Microsoft are snakes.
    Reply +7
  • Gothic/Risen dev reveals "edgy" new post-apoc open-world RPG ELEX

  • danger.to.others 02/07/2015

    It's true they've been doing the RPG thing for a long time. And yet they're still terrible at it.
    The only thing that could surprise me about this new game is if it ran well.
    Every game they've made is glitchy to the extreme and generic underneath the mess.
    How is this developer still in business?
    Reply -6
  • Sony: PS4 market share "frequently greater than 90 per cent in continental Europe"

  • danger.to.others 01/07/2015

    I think Microsoft struggles to win Europe because Europeans aren't stupid.
    At least, that's this one Americans opinion. One constantly embarrassed by the average American and how easily led in a herd like mentality they are.

    I know we're only talking video games in this case, but that's my perspective when it comes to alot of topics.
    More Europeans than not in my experience can spot bullshitters.
    Reply -2
  • To the Batmobile? The trouble with Arkham Knight's biggest addition

  • danger.to.others 01/07/2015

    Most dead on exact same feeling about a game I've read in awhile.
    Article reads as if it wrote from my experience. 15 hours in and I still can't stop from fishtailing and crashing my batmobile every which way.
    This game made me hate the batmobile.
    At least it's saved by still great combat and an outstanding story, particularly where Barbra Gordon is concerned.
    Man, they really screwed up the car.
    Reply -1
  • Batman: Arkham Knight launch sales beat Arkham City

  • danger.to.others 29/06/2015

    I'm more impressed that Grand Theft Auto 5 is still in the top ten! Reply 0
  • Apple is removing games with the Confederate flag from the App Store

  • danger.to.others 25/06/2015

    @snoox Or another perspective could be the intention of showing this shooter and other vile racists how much we as a society don't support or respect them or their views.
    Apple will come around. But their motives are motivated by the heart more than the head at the moment.
    Reply -1
  • danger.to.others 25/06/2015

    I know you're looking at this from the outside in, being Europe based.
    I'm in Texas over here in America. That "cultural heritage" shield they hide behind is a lie.
    While true that there is a meaning in the flag beyond slavery, that's not what it's used for.
    It's only being used for racists. I've not seen a single non-racist ever fly or support that flag. Racism is horrible here and that flag is nothing more than a swastika.
    Keep the war in history books and museums. Never forget the past.
    But it's unneeded among day to day public places. It simply empowers the bigots.

    That said, taking down the game that is teaching history is overreach. That was a bit silly. But make no mistake, the South was about slavery far more than any other smokescreen ideal.
    Reply -1
  • Bulletstorm dev People Can Fly regains independence

  • danger.to.others 24/06/2015

    Shouldn't the header read announces work on untitled game?
    Because if they announced they're working on a game, it's no longer an unannounced game.

    Or maybe I haven't fully woke up yet. When I first awake, my brain is like a pothead.
    Thoughts like "Do I control the AI or is the AI controlling me?"

    Anyway, People Can Fly games have a strange problem.
    While their gameplay tends to be well done, the storytelling and characters need a lot of work.
    Good luck to them. They are only a couple good dialogue writers away from greatness.
    Reply -1
  • Hitman's new features outlined in video

  • danger.to.others 16/06/2015

    @Paul_Denton Some think, and I think those people are likely right, they made 47 look younger and closer to the actor for the new Hitman movie.
    Other than that weird part, (it's not just being younger, the look on his face lacks that detatched, jaded feel of someone who's killed many people I thought they had down great with Absolution's character model)
    His face just feels off. Innocent. Maybe it's just me.
    Face aside, so far what I'm seeing as far as graphics and gameplay ideas, I know I'm in.
    Pre-order, here I come.
    Reply +1
  • Don't expect to see Crackdown, Quantum Break or Scalebound at E3

  • danger.to.others 12/06/2015

    I'm still confused why Crackdown is some highly anticipated title.
    The first game is perfectly average, not bad but not a classic, that was popular for coming with a Halo beta.
    Crackdown 2 was a flop.
    Somebody enlighten me. How did that become some exciting future title?
    Reply 0
  • Could this be the last year 'For the Players' is enough for PlayStation?

  • danger.to.others 12/06/2015

    Majority of gamers have always loved Playstation.
    Playstation One came out, took over. Playstation 2 is still the best selling console overall.
    It was Playstation 3's price tag that got others going over to 360 in particular. That and that year head start where there was no competition.
    Now PS4 is back on track and the gamers are back.
    And as far as the media trying to make it into a big deal about Xmas first party games, that's Sony. It's not new. Look back over the years, Sony has never bothered to hit Xmas with it's first parties.
    Sure, once and while a title might have hit, but it's pretty common for them to wait and come out in the Spring.
    That's part of why I favor them for my console needs these days. Like Nintendo, they will push a game back until it's ready, not rush it out buggy to make a deadline. They should be commended and encouraged for that, not skeptically questioned as if no games are coming.

    As far as the mystery of why a console maker would remain popular, the question is better aimed at Microsoft (and I'm sure it will be in another article in a few days).
    First, a console that came out and had only Halo as it's selling point until very late, when Fable arrived. (talking the first console, obviously. Which had some of the worst first party games in console history back then.)
    Then they rush out the 360 to get that year head start over Sony (who would close the gap and surpass them by the end of those consoles, after price cuts).
    In that rush, they shut off all support to the original console overnight. As well as the fact 360's were poorly made, ventilation-wise and we all suffered through the red ring years.
    To this day I don't know why In kept replacing my broken consoles instead of moving on.

    While the Xbox One is by far their best console of the three they've released, even it came out with the terrible idea of the Kinect led interface, all those rules they got backlash for AND having it's third parties all play at a lesser qulaity than the same game over on PS4.

    I used to buy all the consoles over the years. But you get older and have less time to play and only need one console as far as the hours allow.
    When making the choice between Xbox and Playstation, it was easy for me. Sony has been very consistent in it's level of quality and how it treats it's customers, while Microsoft is all over the map.
    Sometimes they do something right, but just as often they screw things up.
    My loyalty, if you want to call it that, to Sony simply stems from, in my experience, they've always been the company with the best working hardware console-wise and had the most first party games I want to play. Simple as that.
    And anyone who thinks there's no difference in 720p and 1080p....my condolences on your not yet upgrading to decent, modern TV.
    Reply +1
  • Oculus Touch is the Oculus Rift's future controller

  • danger.to.others 11/06/2015

    Controls are interesting. I could see how they could work well.
    But until any of the headsets can overcome people getting nausea or headaches and unable to comfortably play for longer than an hour or so, it won't matter how good the controller is.
    Reply +4
  • PS4 Ratchet & Clank's impressive new trailer

  • danger.to.others 10/06/2015

    Xmas comes in Spring. I'm going to be a happy gamer with Ratchet and Uncharted hitting early in the new year. Reply +1
  • Uwe Boll quits crowdfunding with expletive-laden tirade after third project fails

  • danger.to.others 08/06/2015

    I know Boll has plenty of terrible movies in his past, but he also has some pretty good ones.
    Personally, I thought Rampage 1 and 2 were great.

    Far as his tirades, hey, cut him some slack. Guy is frustrated and trying to work outside the industry. So he's going off. It's an interesting mixture of angry paranoia and some kernals of truth.
    His mistake has always been listening to self imposed movie snobs tear him apart.

    Like I said, his early movies are easy to be vicious about, but the guy is pretty good when he stays away from movies based on games.
    If nothing else, life is more fun with Boll in it than without. Cut the dude some slack.
    You don't like his movies, don't watch them. But I'll always respect that this is a guy who started off bad, had everyone telling him to stop, and he did it anyway, doing what he believed in.
    I admire his fighting spirit.

    Now let us commence with the rest of the people tearing him apart.
    Reply +12
  • Looks like Sony is readying a 1TB PlayStation 4

  • danger.to.others 02/06/2015

    @LordDemigod Luckily you can use an external drive for your saves, which I trust far more than cloud anyway. Reply 0
  • 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 +2
  • 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 +19
  • 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 -14
  • 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.
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  • 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.
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