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  • PlayStation 4 update 1.70 detailed, will let you pre-load games

  • ecco 17/04/2014

    @dfunked
    I can't believe you still have to sit around and wait for trophies to sync on the PS4 before you can view the list...
    Well, you don't have to. There is a mode to not sync new trophies right away on accessing the list, thus you can view them right away but the new ones are simply not synced to server at the same time then.

    Still, I agree it should be done in the background per instance, ideally.
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  • Is that a re-designed PS4? No, it's Sony's 4K Media Player

  • ecco 17/04/2014

    @PrimalxConvoy
    (which is something else the company has been called out on)
    What are you, 10?

    Deeper breath.
    You will be needing it soon.. :)


    Sony was the first to implement it in their PS3 system, which also allowed the playback of downloadable or digital media content. This created a clash of interests between the system's use as a media player and a blueray player.
    You can sill play all downloadable legal material, and PS3 was never advertised as some general purpose media player. It was marketed and still is a games console able to play Blurays, nothing more, nothing else, both of which it still does.


    Subsequent BLUERAY players have indeed gone on to include this technology, but most media players have not.
    Yes, and how odd is that. Manufacturers selling boxes primarily to be used with pirated material are hesitant about adopting anti-piracy functions. :rolleyes:


    Furthermore, Sony's inclusion of this anti-feature came after many PS3's were installed into households via a mandatory software update (unlike ios, android or others, you cannot access many core functions of the ps3 unless you install the latest firmware), which did not state the inclusion of the copy protection in its update information
    Things like that is always covered in the general user agreement which you, like most people, no doubt clicked past even the first time. Subsequent changes can be informed in updated versions, but they does not need too if the original user clausal was there.

    Besides, even your examples on what I assume you think is the unaffected or opposite or opposite are flawed. In later versions of Android one can no longer freely access external storage after updates to the latest version. And iOS, well that one is all about locking in the user to certain channels. In Apple speak it is not a bug, it's the future.
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  • ecco 17/04/2014

    @SvennoJ
    How could I forget vcd and the cd-i atrocity. Interesting to see it's still going strong in the Phillipines.
    Thanks to the creative packaging no doubt. ;) Some of them VCDs really rival the so called Special Ed box sets here for fancy.


    I also doubt downloads will entirely replace physical. DVD is declining more rapidly than Blu-Ray is gaining though. Streaming is mostly eating into dvd sales. Rental has already nearly collapsed. Blu-ray will keep growing. Collecting digital movies is not as appealing, lesser quality, fragmented services, long term uncertainty.
    Quite. I didn't think of it that way, but probably the real change is the various subscription services that is an option for many. A bit like the "SAT-Film" pay channels have a revival, but with less rigid airings.



    DVD will stick around for a long time, but maybe not worldwide like vcd. It's starting to get messy in stores with 4K blu-ray, 3D blu-ray, standard blu-ray, and dvds.
    3D will probably always be such small part of the releases, so I don't think that will ever be a broblem. It is for most stores enough with one of those standee things for those discs. But since most of them in most cases are dual 3D+2D anyways, there is always the option to only hold this version. The price should be in line with regular for that to work though, which would also help 3D in general, so it is a bit backwards to try and get that extra for it on a market perspective. 3D despite its price sells better than 2D after all. Maybe because only enthusiasts are into it, maybe because it's more of a pain to pirate.


    (Are there still widescreen and full screen versions of dvds?)
    Never even seen those things in Europe. In US I guess they clasped onto the market as long as there was a potentially large mass of people with gigantic 4:3 TVs that could group sue if they felt bereft of their expensive screen estate. :rolleyes: Also, 16:9 saturaation was much faster in Europe, so that could of course be the reason too.

    I have some ancient import DVDs were 4:3 is on one side, 16:9 on the other though. So it was a bit like the dual 3D+2D is now maybe.
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  • ecco 16/04/2014

    @SvennoJ
    You forgot Laserdisc

    VHS - 1976
    Laserdisc - 1978
    MUSE LD (1035i) - 1991
    DVD - 1995
    Blu-Ray - 2006
    4K Media - 2013

    Maybe 4K blu-ray will go the same route as Laserdisc, co-exist as a premium format next to streaming.
    DVD market will be replaced with streaming. 4K blu-ray will replace blu-ray over time. Physical disc market will shrink.
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/D-VHS

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/VCD

    Yes, very probable DVD will be around for a long time. A new formats successful introduction is probably not mainly due to quality, but to practicality. This is why some of the earlier formats failed, and why DVD is still doing ok by the side of BD.

    I have serious doubt about downloads ever replacing physical though. There is just to much fragmentation for it to be a serious contender. It is not practical, much like some of the earlier physical formats were not.



    @jimdove76
    whats the point? its a sony machine, DRM machine more like, cinavia will fuck everybody up, even people who have made LEGAL BR backups cannot play their own media again on a sony machine. Remove cinavia and we will talk, sony.
    Breathe into a bag. :-P

    First of all, Cinavia is not a SONY innovation. Second, pretty much all established brands use it by now.

    The downside is of course, it only affects those who probably in most cases pay for all, or most, their media.
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  • The Last of Us' final DLC, the Grounded Bundle, detailed

  • ecco 16/04/2014

    @Hurricane_Of_87
    Not effected by own smoke bombs?


    This one is sort of sensible though. I guess if you are one to use smoke grenades a lot, you also be wearing a filter of some kind anyways. But the skill should also make this apparent on the avatar, ideally.

    Full frontal neck shiving is going to go through the roof.
    People still do this without smoke. Damn lag-rushers just jerk past and, snikkt!

    They should add a response move if one sees them in time, so like if to hit ∆ put an elbow to the attackers nose. Giving time to respond.


    @FallenGrace
    A new difficulty mode? Meh. Survivor mode was hard enough thanks. I would prefer more excellent single player content like Left Behind more than anything.
    This new mode changes the game a bit as opposed to the survivor mode. I didn't really notice anything else changing there apart from there being less stuff to find.
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  • ecco 16/04/2014

    The former comes with Agility, which lets you climb, vault and move faster;
    Bomb Expert makes you immune to your own smoke bombs
    Great..

    And I figure this still won't in any way motivate anyone responsible to fix that stupid bug allowing players to avoid coughing it up by jumping onto a very small box, still being in the centre of the damn cloud. I guess these two new skill things will sort of balance each other out though.. :rolleyes:
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  • Lifeless Planet: Encounters at the end of the world

  • ecco 15/04/2014

    I bet some sort of time paradox be involved here. It takes place in a parallel dimension where Alaska is still Russian, and thus the astronaut never actually leaves. Just like that film about the monkeys! Reply 0
  • The legendary Atari E.T. dump is being excavated in two weeks

  • ecco 11/04/2014

    @penhalion
    I'm not convinced. It would have been illegal and quite frankly a bio-hazard to dump that much plastic, silicon and various other nasties in a big hole, on a piece of state owned land without permission. The fact that we have not had some federal case bought against Atari by now for illegal dumping kind of says this was a hoax.
    Well, it was sort of a timely incident in any case.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Love_Canal

    Before 1980 industries small and big pretty much dumped crap wherever they could think of. Now the ET thing may seem a bit late here, but compared to the reasons for legislation to be tightened it was if it happened probably not even noticeable, and something the software side Atari maybe even could have been unaware of.

    There are tens of thousands heavy polluted sites still not cleaned up. Many of them because they are out of access, previous locations for a factory or fuel depot may now be under a suburb. And way back they dumped pretty much anything right into the ground. That's what neoliberalism gets you, cancer. :eek:
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  • ecco 10/04/2014

    @Esppiral
    Making room for the Xbox One?
    Not enough space for it.
    Reply +13
  • ecco 10/04/2014

    Excavating silicon in the desert eh?

    The circle of life.
    Reply +9
  • A glimpse at The Last of Us Remastered on PS4

  • ecco 10/04/2014

    Hoping there will be a new MP level with giraffes walking around in the peripheries. That be better then Titanfall! Reply 0
  • PC and PS4 horror Soma set at the bottom of the sea

  • ecco 04/04/2014

    Wha, wait wasn't this supposed to be that game about the brain switcherooing?

    Figure it be set in some desert post apocalypso, or space station rather. Oh well.


    @furious_george
    I don't know if those computer screens would be working so well underwater....
    It's all Sony android tablets.
    Reply 0
  • Uncharted director Amy Hennig joins Visceral Games

  • ecco 04/04/2014

    Donít let her jedi mullet play mind trickery, she's the sith I tell you. Reply -2
  • Remember Desert Strike? Meet Killstorm

  • ecco 29/03/2014

    @NiceTouchGames
    @ecco Thanks

    The music was considered back and fourth, some of the alternatives left me banging my head on the desk.

    How about a banjo solo?
    Headbanging on the desk, knock on woodstock.

    Sure, if there is a level in some swamp or river canyon it fit with banjo. It be scary to crash somewhere the play banjo solos. :)
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  • ecco 28/03/2014

    @NiceTouchGames
    @ecco Music is one of those areas where it is hard to please unless you put in a mass of different options. We will run a survey on kickstarter in to the campaign to see what the community wants to hear.
    Gunship democracy prhaps. :)

    Same music would fare better without the lyrics I suppose. It's a bit too much like some 2005 action or horror film. "What kids listen to these days Burt?" "Nu-metal-rap-jazzfusion or something, I think.." "Never heard of it, must be edgy. Lets go with it!" ;)

    It did sort of remind me a bit of the electroaggresive theme on Desert Strike itself after all, and that worked for me way back.


    Also, it looks like the heli is never in any danger of bumping into anything? That may make the game more interesting. Again, I guess this too could be due consideration for touch.

    Look pretty though.
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  • ecco 28/03/2014

    I don't want to troll you guys but I don't remember Desert Strike on the MegaDrive as a particular good game. The controls were quite clunky.
    Jungle was brutally hard and the controls were just horrible, but the first level let you destroy most of Washington so I just sessioned that.
    If I remember correctly, there were two methods of controlling those games. One was very clunky indeed, it controlled basically like any old slanted top view RPG did. But the other one was a bit like the Resident Evil 1-3, and it worked pretty good. It also gave the game more of a helicopter feel by being somewhat momentous and heavy, and that is a good thing in a game about urrm, a helicopter.

    This game looks like it is lacking in that area. Would probably be hopeless on touch control any other way I guess.

    They really need to hire someone for the music tough, or someone else if they did. It is not what I want, what I want it is not, not what I want! It be better served by Spice Girls.
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  • Nintendo and Sega team up for Sonic: Lost World Zelda DLC

  • ecco 27/03/2014

    @SidAndPokey
    Come on Sega, where's my Sonic-Metroid-F-Zero crossover???
    Sonic did his Metroid tribute already by rolling up into a ball. And was also in a game with morphing and flying cars. There is just no pleasing some people..


    @L0cky
    @TeaFiend Zelda is a girl?
    She is obviously a hedgehog due to the furries flute Link just found, and he could not wait to play it.

    @TeaFiend
    What if Zelda was a girl?
    She is not tough. Why would Sonic be there otherwise? Apart due to the human crush thing he suffered of course, but he clearly got over that a long time ago now.

    Come to think of it, the girl in question did look a lot Zelda-ish. :o
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  • Facebook buys Oculus VR for $2 billion

  • ecco 26/03/2014

    It's all connected. With wires! Reply +1
  • The Vanishing of Ethan Carter's graphics will recreate objects from photos

  • ecco 26/03/2014

    @alexatkin But of course, I simply speculated many won't. Then again it is only usable for existing buildings that way, so at least sci-fi games are safe. ;)

    I guess it could also be used as convergence input for artists not into CG modelling. I seen a similar technique used in film industry where the art team actually sculpet the CG beasts of the film in good old clay, then the CG people scanned it and added, structure mesh and joints to it. Of course, that's Hollywood, they love to complicate things, to spread the wealth I suppose.. :)
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  • ecco 25/03/2014

    A bit stiff-ish looking, so like most typical PC games. Interesting interactive picture though, but that makes me wonder how interactivity will fare if this technique is used extensively. Static object (hammer stuck on desk) will be a feature in the future too. Possibly more so. Reply -6
  • Microsoft discounts Xbox One Thief, Tomb Raider this weekend

  • ecco 25/03/2014

    @AgentDaleCooper
    Well played Microsoft, keep this sort of thing up. Wish Sony would do the same.
    But they already did a Tombraider 50% sale like a year ago. For PS3, but still.

    Inevitably TR will be a + title on PS4 though. Just like that and Bioshock Infinite recently was on PS3. The sale on BS 1 & 2 was also some time ago now.
    Reply +2
  • Watch Dogs PlayStation-exclusive content detailed

  • ecco 21/03/2014

    PS3 and PS4 gamers will also get an exclusive outfit and a hacker boost, which enables an extra battery slot on your mobile - the rechargable meter which regulates your use of hacking powers.
    I'd rather have extra battery for my controller instead. But at least they are not selling me some emperors old coat like for some games nowdays.


    @djronz.
    But... "the cloud"
    People better get their heads out of them.
    Reply +2
  • BioShock Infinite's Elizabeth was initially a silent character

  • ecco 21/03/2014

    Sometimes when after she opens the 546th lock to say the same one of three things I really do wish this 1920 thing was in effect. That could also have fitted in well with the milieu. It should also be in B&W. And being the cinematic standard at the time run at 14 FPS. No wait, it did a lot of the time.

    I also wish I would not get stuck on so many small object on the ground. Sure it is funny when it happens to Charlie Chaplin.

    And that I didn't have to run back and forth the longest way on the set (also like Charlie Chaplin) just to prolong the game with tedious errands.

    And what was the story with the bird, (not E) I found some nota about it but that was it. Lost and interesting side quest never happened.

    And I don't have a neckbeard, shutup!
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  • "Sony needs to show how good VR could be - not something like PS Move"

  • ecco 21/03/2014

    @IneptPercy The CPU in PCs can start to throttle up massively for anything unexpected though, so it really doesn't mean much for comparing with consoles. CPU need in general is also very low for games vis a vie GPU, especially on consoles that have traditionally never had anything that could be called powerful CPUs until the PS3, we are simply back to the old ways again.

    Sloppy PC adaptations can cause very high loads on CPU, BF being an example that sure heats up the silicone no matter what goes on. But this is also a problem for PC games on its own. Anyone who ever got a high end GC for their old trusty warrior knows the disappointment that can be. ;) At the same time most game rigs still never go for the high end most powerful CPUs, but the middle ground in favour of a better GC.

    As long as games don't use actual raytracing the extra CPU time required for well written code will be clocked in single digit % at most.
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  • ecco 19/03/2014

    @IneptPercy
    Is the PS4 powerful enough to power VR well?

    I can see this being like 3D support last gen.
    With no problems at all. 3D in the form this VR thing would use is considerably less demanding on the systems than rendering 3d for the TV.

    The 3D for a screen need to have 2x1080 different images displayed at least 30 times each. So that makes 60 rendered images. Two completely full different perspectives and renders need data calculations for them, heavier strain on both CPU and GPU.

    The VR glasses use 1x1080 (half image each eye) at 60 renders. So here while it would be noticeable if it dropped to 30, it still be better than the same relative drop with regular 3D on a TV. One render of two perspectives causing a little more CPU work, the GPU don't notice the difference.

    In fact it will be likely that many games will support only the VR3D, and not TV3D because of this. So 2D game on screen, 3D with helmet.


    As mentioned by others 3D isn't dead, I don't watch many movies but games is epic and I would recommend it to anybody.
    True. 3D is not suitable for most films, while games on the other hand in most cases are improved a lot by it.
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  • ecco 19/03/2014

    @SavageEvil
    My bet is on PD doing something tied to GT and VR, I can only imagine the visual feedback of seeing from the correct driving position with a full rig, over the top but it would be very interesting to try out.
    Yes GT would be an ideal VR candidate for several reasons. First of all a car game have a natural limitation in that your body is pretty much completely stuck in the usual gaming position anyways, so no problem with telemetry to the camera or player feeling sensory disconnect from the environment. Then racing games are also one of the less demanding on systems, so here it will be easier to maintain both the desired framerate and resolution.

    Just as long as I donít have to grab that virtual wheel with my dual Move controllers and see my Mii-like hands in front of me while doing so. :) Like in some horrible Amiga game I once tried.


    3D TV's are going the way of the dodo, it's clunky and annoying. Fact is movie studios have all but stopped trying the 3D every movie they put out. Just last year the amount of "in 3D' movies has shrunk.
    That's jumping on that infamous shark quite daringly ain't it. 2012 had 43 releases in 3D, in 2013 there was 41. Not really much of a trend indication. If one also look at what titles are included it is clear that it was still increased interest because a lot more of what makes up the bulk of the numbers from 2012 was old rehash and documentary, in the following years there are more real (or big budget at least) films.


    It was a fad and a terrible one since wearing glasses caused many eye strain and the fact that it effect are varied depending on movie implementation. Watch as 3D TV begin to completely phase out, 3D was once touted, now you can grab one at a steal. My gf bought a 3D tv with 2 pairs of glasses, in the two years she owned it, used them 1 time....
    Some people like the novelty but it's too cumbersome, if it was glasses free then it would be no problem but it requires powered shutter spectacles.
    The never and cheaper ones go for non powered though. The industry have acknowledged the limitations. (at least LG so far)


    OR and Morpheus are aimed at the gaming public more so than the regular public, who are always late to get on things after they nearly peaked for the gamers. Notice that 3d enabled games have all but stopped...next up movies.

    Not stopped, the decline tough is due to the ageing last gen consoles not being enough to both drive the expected improvements in visual spectacle now and also do 3D at the same time, the cost is simply too high to do both so developers need prioritise. It has very little, if nothing, to do with lack of interest from users or developers.

    PS4 will have no such problems for any foreseeable future, and there is only a matter of time before the first of those games are announced. (along with the 3D patch for the machine itself) ;)



    @ATARI
    Also the other day I torrented some 3D porn just to see what it would look like
    Sure it was.. :p

    Still, bit to much information there ATARI. But I'm trolle ..err thrilled you found some hands on use for your Oculus. ;)
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  • ecco 19/03/2014

    @JohnnyWashnGo
    @ecco I just bought a brand new 2014 Panasonic TV... No 3D. Manufacturers have realised nobody wants it.
    Gee, I had to think hard about how to reply in the same language and logical thought pattern here. *sighs..* Here goes:

    I just bought a brand new iMac... No "Windows". Manufacturers have realised nobody wants it.

    I just bought a brand new Car... No MC. Manufacturers have realised nobody wants it.

    I just bought a brand new smokebox... No refrigerator. Manufacturers have realised nobody wants it.

    I just bought a brand new cat... No dog. Manufacturers have realised nobody wants it.


    http://spectrum.ieee.org/tech-talk/consumer-electronics/audiovideo/3d-tv-is-officially-dead-for-now-and-this-is-why-it-failed
    Those articles with those exact arguments from mostly the same people have been posted continually since 2005.

    But hey, fighting reality with propaganda usually demands persistence, no matter the subject.. :p

    And reality then is that today even very low end sets are increasingly being equipped with polarized 3D. Clearly the most strategically important business decision one can take with something that does not move boxes, no?
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  • ecco 19/03/2014

    @Cjail
    @ecco
    Speaking of banana.
    Yes, that thing sure was a beaut. Curses be on the nay-sayers responsible. :cry:
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  • ecco 19/03/2014

    @Cjail
    Except that a prototype of the PS Move existed before the Wii and the Kinect.
    Well. Sony used a Move-like controller for one of their surround amplifiers in 1995. Then again Nintendo did have that amazing Power Glove in like 1985. Pretty much apples, oranges and bananas by now though.

    @SpaceMonkey77
    Oculus on PC won't have that trouble, because PC extras are few these days.
    What an odd thing to say. :confused: There are still tons of extras for PC games (for those who cares, and for games that use them) that consoles never even been near. And that includes the good old times of dance rugs, bongo drums and mech controllers with the weight of a small car. ;)

    The setup and typical usage space of the PC also means it is less likely anyone but the most dedicated would ever bother with OR no matter how consumer friendly they manage to make it.

    @JohnnyWashnGo
    I imagine they will have about the same longevity as 3D television has had.
    What are you on about? There are more of those than ever, as well as more of the material to use them with.
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  • ecco 19/03/2014

    @Mister-Wario
    I got a Move very cheaply and while it was a pretty good piece of kit, it never saw much application outside of HOTD, Bioshock and Sorcery. Maybe Portal 2 will see it taken out of the cupboard, but it's a sad case of a peripheral that's all shirt and no trousers.

    Very glad I got it, though.
    It also works with "Killzone 3" and that "Dust456-something" game.

    Still, I think I only ever really used it for placing boxes on boxes in one game. There it worked with near perfect 1:1 precision. The real problems though is still the same as with the Wii. The setup is somewhat cimbersome, you need space to move, you need to actually be wanting to do so.

    As good as the tech was, I'm "mhe.." to having gotten it. So if it would have future use with this VR thing where it is quite necessary that be good.
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  • ecco 19/03/2014

    @patchbox360
    A Nintendo VR system with equal power to the ps4 launching with F-Zero and StarFox has happened....in a parallel universe.
    And later Nintendo decide the poor sales of their VR system must be due to the high price, resolves it by releasing a 2D version.
    Reply +10
  • ecco 19/03/2014

    A fully functional VR system would require, if not Move as is, something like it anyways.

    Without it a it a VR helmet is not so much of a virtual reality, but simply an advanced:

    Reply +5
  • Shenmue once featured cats that walk on two legs

  • ecco 19/03/2014

    Mark Cerny was audibly perplexed: "I don't know what this is," he could be heard whispering.
    This despite male character Mark Cerny talking like a cat, and possibly walking like Marilyn Monroe.
    Reply +5
  • ecco 19/03/2014

    After Seaman nothing SEGA does or nindiden't surprises me anymore. Reply -3
  • The Last of Us' film adaptation will follow the game's storyline

  • ecco 14/03/2014

    The:



    Cut. Will be 47min.
    Reply -1
  • No-fantasy RPG Kingdom Come gets PS4, Xbox One nod

  • ecco 20/02/2014

    @jihon83 Will he track those border terrierists or have they dog down low enough. Reply +1
  • Drunken Robot Pornography's full release comes to Steam

  • ecco 20/02/2014

    Title made me expect a steaming video.. :confused: Reply 0
  • Sony finalises PS4 launch titles and prices

  • ecco 28/11/2013

    @BadFlounder
    Yours might be the dumbest comment I've ever seen on EG. So you think Europe was up for throwing the Nazi's out without US intervention? Yeah...that went over SO well in the 3 years before the US joined the fight. SMH. You are a disgrace.
    "Throwing the nazis out"? I think that alone makes yours the dumbest comment ever, anywhere. "The Nazis", most of them remained in Europe as far as I'm informed. :lol: Except a few that found residence in South Americas, a region by the way the US has done oh so much for as far as liberation, democrazy and human rights is concerned. :rolleyes:

    The years before some US lemming troops waltzed of crappy boats (the few that made it without breaking in two over the waters thanks to Xbox-engineering) to have some of the pie the Nazis was pretty much completely grinded by Russians primarily. The reasons the US constantly perpetuate and overblow their necessary involvment is to maintain a media image for continued influence. The frequent lies in any US production confirms this. But I guess you would be one of those preferring propaganda to truth, fiction to history:




    Regardless, my original point would not even require victory. So all this is thusly beside, it.
    Reply +1
  • ecco 27/11/2013

    @Bloobat
    would love Eurogamer to investigate why we are charged so much more...
    Europe should never have let the US into the last few days of the war, giving reasons for them to think they helped any and surfing on it ever since. FF>> Japan would be on 50hz and nerds everywhere be a lot happier.
    Reply -23
  • ecco 27/11/2013

    Assassin's Creed IV - Aveline Ship Figurehead DLC- 100% discount
    This or a unicorn. Decisions decisions..

    Reply +19
  • Watch us play PS4 Assassin's Creed 4 from 5pm GMT

  • ecco 27/11/2013

    So, will this stream from the actual PS4 or from some other gizmo?


    Be most exited to see if there are still isolated environment or if it really is true open world. I really hated the confusing travellings in the previous ones.
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  • Man builds stunning life-size papercraft models of Mass Effect's EDI, Jack

  • ecco 27/11/2013

    @BeardedGamerUK
    Technically he does :)
    Only on paper though.
    Reply +5
  • Leaked Grand Theft Auto 5 audio files hint at casinos, racing

  • ecco 27/11/2013

    How about a patch to make all the other cars not disappearing into thin air the minute one sits into another one.. :| Reply +2
  • Nintendo's 3DS Louvre guide released on eShop

  • ecco 27/11/2013

    @johnson81
    Does Nintendo ever give software away for free? I know I have no right to expect it but something like this, I would have thought would have been free to get the adult's in.
    Well, the software apparently comes in something though, but:



    I'm sure they will come to good use for these por economy class citizens. :rolleyes:
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  • ecco 27/11/2013

    So, 3DS is already a museum artefact. Still beats where the Atari Jaguar ended up I guess.. :lol: Reply -4
  • This is how PS4 voice commands work

  • ecco 27/11/2013

    @vert1go
    Alright, HAL. I'll install Knack via the PSN.
    Without your PSN ID, Dave? You're going to find that rather difficult.



    Playstation; set wake alarm at 1000.


    OMG! It's full of stars. Playstation stars!
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  • Faulty Xbox One disc drives emit loud, terrifying noises

  • ecco 25/11/2013

    @Negotiator4 They use 60hz in most of Japan. So that market will be pleased at least when the Jellyfish Magic Talkshow can be overlaid by tweets about the achievement notice for watching Jellyfish Magic Talkshow. Reply 0
  • ecco 25/11/2013

    @eviroboy That's great. But since looking after in many of these cases can only mean "not using them", it speaks little for the point here. Reply 0
  • The technology of Killzone Shadow Fall

  • ecco 25/11/2013

    @StooMonster Interesting idea, must be a bit like the text only adventures of old, but reversed, a lot. :) In horror directors usually say sound is more important than the visual, so it be fitting this genre especially.

    Unfortunately (well, not really) I'm on Android though.


    @Resurrected-X460 Makes one wonder why he persists with that retard style shorthand though. Can't be to save precious space on the poor internet that's for sure. :p
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  • ecco 24/11/2013

    @Resurrected-X460 For the love of.. don't continue this. He will only reply he eat your sisters -insert obvious here- and so on. Reply +7