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Hitman: Absolution does penalise the player (slightly) for killing the exotic dancers, just as it does other civilians, but the crucial point is not whether the player chooses to kill them or not. It's that the game presents it as an option at all.
Let's be as precise as possible when it comes to media influencing us.
Games are completely unreal as they are completely made up including the visuals.
so you are implying- and I apologize in advance if I am misunderstanding, that for some people seeing some violent behaviour in a game will reinforce what they already want to do? Like if someone sees rape scenes in a game and they have contemplated raping someone they will feel more justified?
Can you clarify?
I think they make our desire stronger for something we already subconsciously want- I also think some people use them as an excuse to justify spending habits.
when is the last time you rushed out of your house to buy a product after seeing a commercial?
While some commercials might be entertaining, commercials pretend to be real, don't they?
Games never do that.
I don't think media influences how we behave everyday.
If a game can't influence our behaviour negatively, we can't then say it influences us in positive way. It's both or none.
the thing is it may be a security concern but they're really not something you can secure against happening as most DDoS attacks are all about hitting resource limits and gunging up your servers
Its just that PSN is capable of so much more than Xbox Live. Its the drawback of being such an open network for devs.
Doing it to prove a point to faceless greedy global conglomerates? No, you're just a twat.
Go play on your atari 2600 since resolution and frame rate are worth nothing.
Ubisoft do not want the PC versions of their games showing up the now-gen console versions. Nobody believes this limit has been put in for any other reason than that.
Either they do it, or they don't. If the former, well done! If the latter, goodbye customers.
It shouldn't have ANY frame rate lock, 30, 60 or otherwise.
No, the substance engine benchmark is strictly CPU.
Even if we were to throw these out we still would have the game developer quote which states you can get more performance from the PS4 CPU.
Edit: ha who the hell keeps downvoting these posts the second I post them? Does that give you enough time to even read the source material?
That is my interpretation.
Me neither, though I think DMC is a much better game than either.
The perception, though, when you don't talk about it during the press conference is Sony doesn't care about Vita any more.
But the only one that can be compared like for like is ironically TR 2.
...but Msoft started this disgusting trend of buying timed exclusives and exclusive content..
It'd bring the worry of AMD and Nvidia trying to out-do each other though, as well as (perish the thought) those companies working together to artificially fix prices....
Have I become ridiculously jaded, or are people really constantly trying to screw gamers over?
As far as Uncharted vs. TR goes, this is my order of favorites:
Uncharted 2 > Uncharted 3 > Tomb Raider 2012/3 > Uncharted 1
Or maybe because it was previously announced as a multiplatform game (to the point of being available for pre-orders on other platforms) before being snatched away?
Actually CPU is still very important as it feeds the GPU data. Slow CPU equals to bottlenecks and delayed GPU time.
Also some context for the FFVII controversy. The deal itself was indeed despicable, but back then (almost 20 years ago) Sony was trying to enter the market.