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  • Wreck-It Ralph sequel coming March 2018

  • harryisme 01/07/2016

    @Bauul We have Bowser sitting right next Zangief in that screengrab. Reply 0
  • Final Fantasy 7 Monopoly is real and it's due out in 2017

  • harryisme 29/06/2016

    So will this be cut into multiple parts as well? Each part containing only one lane, and you'll have to wait till 2022 to get the last part. Reply 0
  • What's your #BestBrexitGame?

  • harryisme 29/06/2016

    I was thinking papers please. Reply +3
  • AMD Radeon RX 480 review

  • harryisme 29/06/2016

    @rep- I think we are likely to see Sony up the clock speed by the time they release the console (if the plan is still the same) to cut the gap with MS's Scorpio, just like how MS upped the clock speed of the XBO to cut the gap between the PS4.

    Though I would be surprised if it's more than a 10% clock increase, even that is optimistic, 5% is a more likely figure, as it's possible the power consumption and heat output could be too high beyond that. But you never know. Ofcourse then there is nothing stopping MS doing the same.
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  • July Xbox Games with Gold titles announced

  • harryisme 28/06/2016

    On first sight it doesn't seem like a great line-up but to get a brand new game on day of release, pretty sweet. Reply +2
  • The Kinect wind-down continues as Xbox Fitness is retired

  • harryisme 28/06/2016

    I understand the Kinect is dead, but why have MS not released a standalone camera for the console yet? The Kinect's Camera qality is really good, so it would be great if we got the camera as a standalone unit, I don't need the motion tracking stuff.

    MS should atleast let users keep access to the content they've paid for.
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  • Sony forces Saudi gamer called Jihad to change his PSN ID

  • harryisme 28/06/2016

    I'm not going into the politics of the name, but if his usename was considered offensive, why was he not allowed to change his username instead?

    It seems like a extremely hard handed way of dealing with a minor situation. There aren't verbally abusing other people, sending death threats online, they just have a username that someone found offensive. Losing all your progress and digital library for something like that makes no sense. The sentance should fit the crime, and the sentence definitely does not fit the crime, or in this case, a unfortunate case of mistaken intent.
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  • Hawken mechs its way to PS4 and Xbox One in July

  • harryisme 28/06/2016

    This game just fell off the radar. When it was still in Beta all the review sites were all over it, they were touting it as the next big thing. Then it just disappeared.

    Which is strange as the game was gaining popularitiy the same time as Occulas Rift's Kickstarter started, infact this was the first game I thought of when I saw the kickstarter page.

    But then the game came out of Beta sometime and nobody cared anymore. I guess going by above comments it's the Pay2Win model the game adopted that killed it. I remember them going on record multiple times saying they would not do. Which is a shame, the game did have potential to be the mech game of choice.
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  • Destiny's Xr turns his back on PS3, Xbox 360 players

  • harryisme 27/06/2016

    Xur has one use, and that is keep me stocked up on Three of Coins, he has no other purpose anymore, his stock of Weapons and Armour might be tempting if they 55 levels below max at 280. And the engrams he sells are all Legacy engrams.

    Now the Xur of year one was much better.
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  • What the hell is a teraflop anyway?

  • harryisme 26/06/2016

    @Ninhau It's not as simple as that, Hardware is usually locked in months maybe even years in advance (The Xbox One specs were leaked almost two years before it's launch, and they turned out to be accurate.)

    If Sony want a more powerful GPU inside they need to go to AMD and agree a new deal with them, and if MS have an exclusive rights to the Vega GPU for consoles (which could explain why MS were confident in announcing the hardware 17 months in advance), Sony have no choice but to stick with the hardware they have right now, or wait for the next GPU after Vega, which isn't due for release till 2018/19.

    So the Hardware DF are talking about is accurate as per current plans, yeah things could change, they could scrap the Neo and play the waiting game, they could up the clock speed and cut the gap, or they could go to AMD and try to license the Vega as well, but as of right now, the only GPU that can be inside the Neo is the one DF has quoted. There is no other GPU (other than the weaker 260 & 270) that AMD plan to release this year.
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  • harryisme 26/06/2016

    Very interesting article, specially the timing of it, 3 days before the NDA for the RX 480 lifts. Does EG know more about the new hardware that they are trying to tell us without breaking any contracts?

    You do raise some valid points, TF alone are not enough, if it was, AMD cards would be selling allot more as on paper they are close to the GTX cards but much cheaper. Though if recent leaks are to be believed, AMD have improved the effeciency of their hardware substancially, being closer to performance to Nvidia cards per TF than ever.

    This bodes well for all three console makers, let's not forget the NX is likely to be using the RX 460 hardware, and on paper it looks like the performance would be between XBO and PS4, but with the architecture improvements they should in most cases equal and maybe outperform the PS4, specially as they should be able to clock the card higher than both the current consoles.
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  • You can play the first level of the new Doom for free this week

  • harryisme 22/06/2016

    Never understood why the demo was time limited in the first place. Not like the game isn't out already. Reply +4
  • Mighty No. 9 gets off to a rocky start

  • harryisme 21/06/2016

    @Mike1980 Well there's a quote that needs to go on the box-art...if Boxart was still a thing :( Reply +1
  • Minecraft's new Battle Mode season pass costs 7.99

  • harryisme 21/06/2016

    @sadakos_fury It's not going in the way of a FPS, it's a additional mode to play on top of the core game. Mojang are not taking any tools away from the userbase, instead adding another way to play the game. If you don't want your kids to play the FPS portion, don't buy the packs.

    The game is still Minecraft, I don't see why you would have an issue with them adding more funtionality to it. Besides it's not like killing other players in-game is anything new, first thing that happened to me when I started playing, my nephew joined my game and promptly killed me.

    Edit: As for the cost, it's not bad, skin packs cost around 1.49, texture packs cost 2.49? I think so 7.99 for three map packs, though is all three packs cost 2.39 each, maths does not add up.

    Edit 2: Sorry didn't realise it was 7.99 for four map packs, which is not bad.
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  • HDR: What does it mean for games and movies?

  • harryisme 19/06/2016

    I've been interested in the HDR tech since I saw the video on Techmoan's Youtube channel where he compared regular HD to the HDR TV, and while it just looked over saturated, it did give you an idea of there being a difference, and watching on a non-HDR TV I won't have a true idea how good the image look without actually seeing it on a HDR screen. Though I have known that video encoded in 10bit instead of 8bit look better as the colour dithering effect is pretty much eliminated.

    Though HDR is also the reason why I'm going to wait before jumping to 4K, it's expensive at the moment, and seems to be the biggest selling point for the 4K standard right now, though it's not that expensive to jump to 4K, it seems pointless to jump to 4K without HDR support, and the tech is still too new to be worthwhile. That said I expect HDR will add processing time to displaying the image, making it a useful tech for TV but the additional lag not suitable for most gamers.
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  • Are 4K visuals really the best use for Project Scorpio and PlayStation Neo?

  • harryisme 18/06/2016

    My interest in the Scorpio, dipped a bit when Spensor announced that we won't see a much of a improvement with the scorpio running on a 1080p screen. Though I kinda expected it.

    If MS came out and said, 'We will let developers use the extra power however they want,' They would be rousted, they already had to go in damage control mode when one of their management team said they won't stop Developers from making Scorpio exclusives. They are treading in new waters, and are trying to keep the current owners appeased while trying to appeal to new prospective buyers.

    This policy will remain the place for I'm going to say three years after the Scorpio launch maximum after that they'll let the XBO support drop and we'll start seeing devs fully take advantage of the hardware.

    So while I fully agree with the article, I can also see why MS and Sony are going the route they are, they don't want to upset the current userbase, if they don't make them feel like they are not being left behind they have a PR disaster on their hands, Something both MS and Sony know full well from past experience.
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  • Watch: We tried VR Porn at E3

  • harryisme 17/06/2016

    That has to be one of the most awkward moments ever, sitting down to watch porn knowing there are tens of thousands of other people walking about in the same building, and there is no escaping what you were watching, in public. Reply +1
  • Skylanders is getting an animated series on Netflix

  • harryisme 16/06/2016

    I read Justin Long and thought isn't he the Street Figher player who had that legendary SFIII third Strike match? Apparently that is Justin Wong, shame really I might have been interested if it was Wong and not Long. Reply 0
  • 1080p Project Scorpio games "will look different" and some "run a little better" than on Xbox One/S

  • harryisme 16/06/2016

    'Scorpio is going to be running the 6 teraflop version of a game, and that version of a game, even when downsampled to HD will look different than the game running at 1080p.'

    Finally, I've been curious about this part since it's announcement, if the console will render games at 4K and then downsample instead of just render the game at natively 1080p. I'm more interested in the hardware because of this as I like the idea of the console, though i'm still not sold on 4K just yet.

    I'm not surprised to hear about games using dynamic scaling running better on the Scorpio, from my understanding DC puts FPS before resolution, so will render the screen at the highest resolution it can while still maintaining a constant framerate, (though they put in a minimum resolution in place as well.) So if the game has more compute power available to it, it will hit that constant framerate while maintaining a higher resolution. which makes sense when you think about it.

    I have a feeling now that Phil has said this, more developers are going to use dynamic scaling for their games, on both the Xbox and PS4, knowing hardware will be available in the future that will run their current games at a target of 1080p and still be able to deliver the constant frame rate today. sounds like it could be an appealing tradeoff a developer.
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  • Xbox One S: release date, price, specs and everything we know

  • harryisme 15/06/2016

    Good article, there seems to be quite a bit of confusion over the smaller console for some reason, much more than usual when the console maker releases a smaller console. I wonder if it's because of the HDR and UHD compatability? Reply +14
  • Xbox One prices drop in UK following Xbox One S announcement

  • harryisme 15/06/2016

    @albertino you forgot to add 20% VAT on top of that. if you convert $299 to GBP today that comes to just under 211 add VAT you get 253, so if you take out VAT we are paying less than the US. So the only ones who are shafting us at this price is our Government. Reply +1
  • Xbox One S won't give games a performance boost, Microsoft insists

  • harryisme 15/06/2016

    This is what I like about Phil and the Xbox divisions new approach, they are quick to squash these types of rumours, Phil did the same when DX12 was announced, and all the misinformation about it giving the XBO a massive boost in performance. Reply +42
  • Spec Analysis: Xbox Project Scorpio

  • harryisme 14/06/2016

    @syphaa Except MS still have atleast a year before they have to lock down the design, to make sure heat is not an issue, the 360 had issues because MS wanted to beat Sony out of the door, a strategy that worked in the long run but cost them allot of money, this time around MS are jumping the gun on announcement only, they are giving their design team plenty of time to sort out the cooling.

    That cooler design is likely just a prototype, we don't know for certain if that will be the final design, they might just stick with the XBO-L's cooler for all we know, that thing might be big but it keeps the console cool and quite.

    It might be greedy to think this, but looking at those specs, I kinda want to see the Scorpio release at the same clock speed as the Neo, that could yield close to 7TF of Computer power, which just might be enough to get 4K gaming with a few sacrifices.

    It will be interesting to see what Sony will do, will they scrap the Neofor now and play the waiting game for when Navi comes out? Will they enable 2 more of the disabled cores to cut the gap and overclock the hardware? Or will they go ahead with their plan?

    Also we don't know what contract is in place between AMD and Sony or Even AMD and MS, for all we know they could have locked the GPU and MS have exclusive console maker rights to use the Vega GPU.

    I hope that developers for the Scorpio (and the Neo) have two options in their games, one that allows for games to run at 4K and the other for higher settings at 1080p, because honestly as much as I want the new hardware, I'm fine with 1080p, I rarely get content at fullHD as it is, 4K will be overkill for me. I'd rather that extra horsepower be used to make my 1080p games look even better, and if not that, allow for downsampling.
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  • Sony E3 2016 conference live report

  • harryisme 14/06/2016

    @perakisg They didn't give release dates for most of the games, except a few, meaning they showed promises for games in the future, atleast the majority of games MS showed had a release date of between now and early 2017. most the Sony's games did not get a release date, except for a few and most of them were multiplatforms, like RE, and CoD. Reply -1
  • harryisme 14/06/2016

    By far the worst PS E3 conference for years, most of the games they showed were 'in development' and didn't get a release date, the GoW demo was too long, and why the heck did they show the Bend developed game twice? It didn't look that interesting in the first place showing and then it got another demo at the end again. Heck they even managed to undersell PSVR. The only real saving grace was the Resident Evil demo, and the release date of the Last Gaurdian. Reply +1
  • South Park The Fractured But Whole out this December - here's gameplay

  • harryisme 14/06/2016

    heheheee butwhole, you said butthole. I wonder what they've been doing with that stick to get a fractured but whole. Reply -1
  • Crackdown 3 delayed until 2017

  • harryisme 13/06/2016

    I knew there was a game that was missing, I get the feeling the offsite rendering doesn't work as well as they hoped and need more time get it working, maybe even just wait till the Scorpio releases and use it as a centrepiece of the consoles capabilities. Reply -1
  • Microsoft announces new console Project Scorpio for holiday 2017

  • harryisme 13/06/2016

    @INSOMANiAC Because general layman will understand 4K better than 60fps, it will be up to the developer to choose fps vs resolution, and at this much horsepower they will have the option of one or the other, and in some cases both.

    Also they did mention that it can handle 60fps in their briefing as well.

    I wonder how much this will cost, it has to be based on the Vega Hardware, and that is AMD's flagship GPU, it can't be cheap, it will be cheaper by the time it's released late next year but still an expensive console.

    I am surpriced they actually announced it, with the actual GPU capabilities to boot.
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  • Microsoft announces the Xbox One S price and release date

  • harryisme 13/06/2016

    I wonder what they meant by HDR gaming? Does it mean the smaller console will have more colour depth and will it work on current TV or will you need HMDI 2.0b to use the feature?

    It is a shame they still have the 500GB model, it doesn't cost all that much extra to go with 1TB, and for most people 1TB is the minimum requirement, 500GB does not hold many games, specially when you take out the amount of space the console reserves for itself.

    The addition of Bluetooth for the controller and moving the PSU internally will certainly make allot of people happy, the three biggest hardware requests I see online, seem to be make it smaller, add Bluetooth for the controller and get rid of the ugly power brick.

    I think there is room for this console despite MS actually announcing the Scorpio as well, this will be cheaper, and the games are forward compatible, and lets not forget the Scorpio is coming out Holiday 2017, so basically in 17 months time, and will liely be expensive even if MS take a hit on each unit sold.
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  • Xbox One S console leak: 40% smaller, 2TB, 4K

  • harryisme 13/06/2016

    $299 is good price, specially if it does indeed come with a 2TB harddrive, the 500GB drive is a joke from both vendors. Reply +2
  • harryisme 12/06/2016

    Looks nice, hopefully they have a matt black version as well, because as great as the Black and White looks new, if you don't keep it clean at all times, the dirt is much more noticeable, and doesn't look that good.

    On the side note, you can tell how much they are taking cooling seriously, the entire right ride is just an air vent, even the front....and thank goodness they moved the USB port to the front from the side, that port is annoying, to access and means it takes up more space as I need to keep that port accessable.
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  • Hands-on with the underwhelming Fallout 4 VR demo

  • harryisme 13/06/2016

    While it certainly sounds like an interesting idea, my first thought on it's announcement was 'Don't Bathesda games usually have frame rate issues and multiple bugs? How will they manage to get the games running at a smooth consistant 90fps?'

    By Bathesda I mean the studio behind Fallout and Skyrim, not the publisher that also owns id and Arcane.

    It's still early days but I am worried how they will iron out the bugs and optimise the engine enough to getting running on VR without giving everyone a headache.
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  • The new $350 Pip-Boy looks a lot better than last year's one

  • harryisme 13/06/2016

    $350? It would be cheaper to buy the screenless pipboy and a mobile phone to use as a screen. Nice idea, it will probably sell well enough, as they have who are willing to pay for this kind of stuff no matter the price. Like that woman in the crowd that went completely mental when the Elder Scrolls online guy came on stage. Reply 0
  • Three new consoles will dominate E3 - even if they're not there

  • harryisme 11/06/2016

    Sony's Neo is still baffling, I can only see it existing because of the PSVR, it just doesn't sound like a big enough leap to make business sense.

    If they were following MS's (rumoured) strategy, of releasing late 2017 and releasing a 3-4 times more powerful console, it would make sense, but the 2x improvement doesn't seem to be enough of an incentive to convince the current crop to upgrade, though might be enough to convince the new buyers, and I'm not sure if it's powerful enough to handle 4K natively at the same settings as 1080p on the PS4? Anyone with technical knowhow shed some light on this?

    MS's strategy makes sense, they want to gain the market share, and it's an impossible task with their current hardware, (I love my XBO, but it isn't powerful enough,) and with the NX rumoured to be more powerful than the XBO they could lose even more market share so they need to react. The 4-5x leap is big enough for current owners to consider upgrading, and for those sitting on the fence to take notice, and it should handle 4K gaming. It makes sense from a business point, Though I'm not sure if they'd be willing to make the loss per console they'd need to make to sell a console as powerful as rumours suggest.

    I feel that this years E3 might be overshadowed by the big elephant in the room of the upcoming we know they exist but not ready to be shown consoles.
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  • Sony confirms PlayStation 4K

  • harryisme 10/06/2016

    @Jackie_Chiles It shouldn't be.. the PS4 is based on the AMD r9 270, which retailed for around the $200 at the time of the consoles announcement, and the Neo is rumoured to be based off the RX 480 which will retail for around the same price. So Sony should be able to release the Neo for the same price as th PS4 launch price. Reply +1
  • harryisme 10/06/2016

    I expect the 4K model will release at the same price as the launch PS4, and the PS4 original will go down in price to the $250 mark as the SoC gets cheaper to produce. However if they are not talking about it at E3, I wonder when they plan to release the hardware? Have they gone back to the drawing board after seeing the leaked Scorpio specs? or do they not want to upset the fanbase at e3?

    If Sony aren't showing the Neo I have a feeling MS won't announce the Scorpio either, more likely will announce the Mini XBO this year and if the Scorpio is announced it will be a footnote basically just admitting it exists.
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  • Destiny's Rise of Iron officially unveiled, new location detailed

  • harryisme 09/06/2016

    If they are charging $30 (or 30 because Bungie can't do currency conversions,) then I doubt this expansion will be as big as the Taken King, which begs the questions how long will it be before the fans get bored of the new content, TTK kept the fanbase interested for a couple of months tops. If it is indeed just one area, I don't see this keeping fans interested too long, unless other Fallen area's are taken over by the mutants as well so we could see them invading the Moon and Venus...poor Mars it really doesn't get much love, even less than the Cabal.

    I am pleased to see that good old Gabby is back and will be available to everyone, and the Pre-order bonus is only a colour.
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  • Destiny: Rise of Iron trailer leaks

  • harryisme 09/06/2016

    Bugger me, I don't want to pre-order this game but a getting Gabby day one is tempting. This seems to be Activision angle this year, they don't seem to have confidence in their product so they are dangling a carrot infront of our faces, they are doing it with CoD with Modern Warfare and good old Gabby the most popular weapon in the game to date.

    Ofcourse it doe make you wonder how much they nerf the weapon, heck it might not even be an exotic but a weaker legendary weapon that was the prototype that wasn't that great.

    The more I think about it the more pissed off I get, speially if the pre-order is the only way to get the weapon.

    The new enemies look kinda cool, as do the new areas, not sure if it feels like a 40 Expansion though.
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  • E3 2016 schedule guide - all the conference times, stream links and predictions

  • harryisme 07/06/2016

    This years E3 will be interesting, will MS announce the existance of the Scorpio, dispite it being maybe 17 months away to reduce Sony's impact on announcing when they announced their own hardware or will they wait for Sony to make the first move and then announce their own upcoming if it is indeed 50% more powerful?

    This years E3 might end up being a really important year for the success of MS's console in the long run.
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  • Xbox One update revamps store with Top Free, Top Paid categories

  • harryisme 06/06/2016

    'You can also now use a headset to control your console via voice'

    Never understood why this was never the case in the first place. I might have actually cared for voice commands if they could be done unsing the mic that was inches away from my mouth instead of one connected to the device on the other side of the room.

    I'm cautiously optimistic about the UWP integration, MS haven't had the best start with the initiative, so i'm more weary than when it was originally announced. Hopefully they get things sorted out and it doesn't have the same messy start it had on the PC.
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  • APB Reloaded hits Xbox One - with a 115 "micro"-transaction

  • harryisme 03/06/2016

    Isn't it about time we stopped using the term Micro-Transaction for these kind of packs? There is nothing Micro about them anymore.

    I'm surprised this game is still around, I wonder how many people still play this game nowadays, 5.8 Million might sound impressive but that is just the number of people who have played the game, the only important number is the number people Still playing the game, I wouldn't be surprised if that's under 10% of the amount they quoted.
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  • Street Fighter 5 pro player takes Guile to the next level

  • harryisme 03/06/2016

    This kinda gave me a flashback of my youth whenever I played against a good Guile in the Arcade in SF2, who with his long kicks, quick sonic booms and flash kicks would stick you in the corner and you'd be stuck there for the rest of the match. Reply +1
  • Minecraft sales pass the astonishing 100m milestone

  • harryisme 02/06/2016

    I finally bought a copy of the game on the XBO two weeks ago, it's been one of those games I keep on planning on buying but putting it off. I remember when this game was still in Beta and it had so many people going crazy over it.

    Fully deserves the sales, it's not often a full price game let alone one that cost only 15 constantly updates with new features this many years after launch and not require you to spend a penny extra.
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  • AMD's Polaris-powered RX 480 graphics card priced at $199

  • harryisme 02/06/2016

    So i'm guessing these cards have 40 Compute units in total with 4 compute units disabled for higher yields, and we'll see a full blooded version maybe in a few months time, or judging from the previous release cycles in a years time. Unless my maths is wrong, if the PS4Neo is around 4.2TFlop at 911Mhz, then the 480 would be around 5.8Tflops at 1266Mhz.

    Well one things for sure if the rumoured specs of the XbOne.5 is true then it can't be this chipset, to get the kind of performance being claimed it would have to run at a much higher clock speed with all the core activated, something that would not be feasable in the large small factor of a games console.
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  • Finally, we know the identity of the two guys on Street Fighter 2's opening screen

  • harryisme 27/05/2016

    @BellyFullOfHell Nope I was 11 or maybe even younger when I first saw the intro in the arcades and never thought about it, just thought it was a badarse intro. Just two random guys fighting in the street, thus it's name. Reply +2
  • harryisme 27/05/2016

    Does anyone else think, Max's descriptions sounds allot like a Balrog? A Black boxer from the US, with a gambling problem. an attitude that got him banned and who likes shiny things?

    I don't think Capcom intended this, but it t does kinda look like they are being racist by stereotyping black US boxers.

    I'll be honest I've played the game for over 25 years and I've never thought about who those two characters were, until I read a article that makes mention of them.
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  • Mighty No. 9's new trailer isn't going down well

  • harryisme 26/05/2016

    Not an impressive trailer at all, the narration was cheesy, the cut scenes looked dated, and the graphics were unimpressive for a game in development for as long as it has been. Though my biggest issue was with the dash, it looked kinda stuttery, like the game engine was struggling, making the gameply not look as fluid as you'd expect from a spiritual successor of Megaman.

    Hopefully it plays better than it looks.
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  • More powerful Xbox One planned for 2017 - report

  • harryisme 26/05/2016

    @riceNpea No mate, I'm sorry for not understanding your were having a laugh, I know full well how difficult it is to get across you are joking or being sarcastic or just a plain piece of crap on the internet. I personally have no issue with sarcasm, as I'm a sarcastic git myself, so you didn't offend me or anything like that.

    Also gotta be honest until I read your follow up comment, I thought your were being serious. Maybe I'm just so used to reading dick comments on the internet.
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  • harryisme 25/05/2016

    @riceNpea I'm getting my info from the same article EG linked in their post, it has been updated with info on the rumoured specs, I also got the rumoured specs of the PS4 from the article EG linked in their post. So your weak attempt at sarcasm failed miserably.

    Also the Sega console rumour has been around for months and has already been debunked, your informant is behind the times.
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  • harryisme 25/05/2016

    The latest update to the Kotaku article says MS are aiming for 6TF GPU compute power, which if true could explain why MS is waiting till 2017, as this would have to be based on the Vega Architecture, not the Polaris, which if true would certainly make things interesting, specially as it would make it more powerful than the upcoming PS4 Neo. It would also mean that MS have the most and least powerful console on the market at the same time.

    If this rumour is true MS could hav a competitive edge on Sony, as it would be almost 50% more powerful than the rumoured specs of the Neo.

    If true the upcoming console war might just have become more interesting.
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