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  • Witcher 3 patch 1.22 fixes floating body parts, beehive money exploit

  • kongzi 21/06/2016

    Nice...just about to hit Novigrad on my new game + I want to bring into the expansions. Already noticed how much the game has improved, the whole crookback bog section ran fine for me.

    Also good they're not abandoning it now all the expansions are out and their money is made. Shame movement controls are still so utterly shit...
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  • Are 4K visuals really the best use for Project Scorpio and PlayStation Neo?

  • kongzi 19/06/2016

    4k gaming...right. that's gonna be a while. There is still a lot more definition games could get out of 1080p actually, there's still a lot of low res, low poly stuff in even the best looking games out there...and a lot of techniques hardly used because they're either too resource intensive to run, or even produce. I'd rather see that improve. Lots of dynamic lights with soft shadows and indirect lighting, displacement maps all around, better simulations for cloth, particles, liquids, destructibles, dense and interactive foliage...

    Stuff like that is gonna impress me. More pixels aren't, that's not innovative. It's all gonna take more horsepower to run smoothly, again... and it's not like consoles offer a great experience there now....so let's not mention the 60fps or the fact that xbone still has 720p games too much, okay?
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  • HDR: What does it mean for games and movies?

  • kongzi 19/06/2016

    Not sure how the actual benefits will work out for the regular viewer in his highly suboptimal viewing environment (aka living room).

    I think this is gonna be one of those innovations that's gonna come by unnoticed. I don't think the average viewer is gonna understand talk about gamma, black levels and colour theory...or care about it. It's just gonna be that TV that has more vivid colours than the old one for people.

    For devs this is cool though, and more significant than another resolution upscale. If you think lighting on games can look nice now...
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  • Skylanders is getting an animated series on Netflix

  • kongzi 17/06/2016

    "Skylanders Academy gives us the opportunity to approach narrative storytelling (*vomits in mouth as the last bits of creative integrity left in her soul force their way out violently) with the same level of quality *burp and *gurgle excellence that millions of Skylanders (tm! R! C!) fans have come to expect from the game," spokesbot Stacey Sher spoke while reaching for a cup of water to calm the ocean of burning acid in her upset stomach. Reply -1
  • Porsche coming to Assetto Corsa later this year

  • kongzi 17/06/2016

    Nice! Looking forward even more to it now. Is ea still sitting on that licence? Damn dicks. You gotta wonder how the marketing department at Porsche feels about that. And if not, how Porsche feels about its marketing department :p Reply 0
  • Eurogamer's best of E3 2016

  • kongzi 17/06/2016

    Dishonored 2 was really the only thing that had me sit up and think: fuck, I want this! Everything else was really a bit meh or as expected. Absolutely loved everything I saw of it. Very curious to hear more about that engine and what would set it apart from something like UE4. First time I heard someone say "moving painting" without me bursting in uncontrolled, hysterical laughter.

    Would love to see some DF pieces on the technology here. I feel there may some interesting things going on with how they arrived at this look, and level of detail with such a small(ish) team.

    Great stuff, love the whole vibe around arkane actually. Like how it's just a visibly nervous Harvey Smith standing there, presenting ideas and work, and not some well oiled marketing goon. Sadly few studio's like that left.

    Edit: focus on positive things I liked + praise for studio with vision and artistic integrity = negs? Mkay, I guess, have fun with that.

    Thought I should note I cherry picked the games I'm gonna be able (and willing) to play on my PC or ps4. Have only seen snippets from MS so far and nothing from Nintendo so I can't form a judgement about that. No doubt Zelda is gonna be as lovely as usual.
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  • Jon Snow actor Kit Harington will play Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare's villain

  • kongzi 11/06/2016

    As we say in the Netherlands: goh Reply 0
  • Watch: Is this the worst game on Xbox One?

  • kongzi 09/06/2016

    @mikejones12 huh, there's another way to play games? Could you demonstrate plz? From the way you tell it, it sounds boring as ass but I'm always open to new things. Reply 0
  • Mirror's Edge Catalyst review

  • kongzi 06/06/2016

    Gutless reboot of walking simulator then Reply -12
  • Watch: The questions Red Dead Redemption 2 needs to answer

  • kongzi 06/06/2016

    @klayz0r to that I can only say: you're missing out. Granted, most of I what I follow isn't gaming related or only tangentially so..or has more than 300k followers, lol. Reply 0
  • kongzi 05/06/2016

    Still as cringeworthty as ever I see. Outside Xbox always reminds me of that histrionically bad 90s teen television which I'm sure the BBC had plenty of too. Reply -6
  • Fallout 4: Far Harbor update fixes PS4 performance

  • kongzi 04/06/2016

    This game and Bethesda with it is really straddling the line of what I think is acceptable technically, artistically and commercially.

    It's the same old creaky shit engine they're using. Which is fine, if it was solid. But no, it's buggy as shit. Which I can deal with if the game is fun and doesn't break, which it is, but it's also by the numbers, repetitive and lacking in ambition. But then there's the DLC price hike, which would be fine if the content was solid. Blood and Wine is worth 25 euro's, absolutely. This really isn't. And it's again shipped with bugs and a framerate worse than the main game, which was borderline unplayable at times.

    If you add it all up its a pretty shitty picture. Still I played the crap out of it and enjoyed it for what it was. It's mechanically fun, addictive and not that challenging to play. Not sure if that's a place the Fallout franchise should be in, it could do so much more and better..but here we are.

    I'm not going around bashing Bethesda online for it, because it's rather pointless...and well I did get my money's worth out of it. If I was a hardcore Fallout fan that would maybe be different.

    But it will weigh very heavily on my decision to purchase their next game. That's how ubisoft lost me as a customer... haven't gone back since. It's not like there's not enough good stuff to play these days, right?
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  • Rainbow Six: Siege now offers a budget-priced Starter Edition on PC

  • kongzi 03/06/2016

    Unlock unlock, earn, features, unlock, priced, unlock pricing, operator, dlc, price, earn, unlock budget priced unlocks at premium operator prices now. Unlock new features on the go. My sister made 12364 renown working from home. Reply +10
  • APB Reloaded hits Xbox One - with a 115 "micro"-transaction

  • kongzi 03/06/2016

    @CikaFajer it only runs if you turn light on? Reply 0
  • More details about This War of Mine studio's new game Industrial

  • kongzi 01/06/2016

    "Ideally we want to build experiences that will stay with you and make you ask questions about yourself, about society in general, and the dynamic we currently see today in the world. Not a social or political commentary game but a meaningful and serious game nonetheless."

    Yawn...another one that wants 'meaningful', 'introspective', 'reflective'...but without taking a political or social stance on things, of course. You knows...just enough to inject that semblance of having shit to say.
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  • Fallout 4 mods are coming to Xbox One on Tuesday

  • kongzi 29/05/2016

    I was really excited for the prospect of this when they announced...now it's finally a reality I'm really just mostly done with Fallout 4 as a game. Reply +2
  • Is Blizzard scrubbing the internet of Overwatch porn?

  • kongzi 29/05/2016

    What the actual fuck?

    I think blizzard should write a manual for fans detailing exactly the types and manners of sexual activity and states of undress that are appropriate for each hero to engage in, in fan-fiction. Isn't that what they do as RPG makers anyway...come up with a bunch of useless lore and bullshit to make it seem like their stories actually have something to say for themselves.

    Beware cavedwellers, Activision blizzard retains the sole and exclusive right to sexualise these scantily clad characters who sure don't have such large boobs for any marketing purposes. That's just her chosen form of self expression and we can only respect that, you pigs.
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  • No Man's Sky delayed, no longer releasing in June - reports

  • kongzi 29/05/2016

    August should be about caravaning, not space exploration. Fuck this game now. Reply -1
  • kongzi 26/05/2016

    @BigDannyH everything about gameplay needs balancing. How fast is a ship? How much faster can upgrade X make it? How much damage does a bullet? Is the player able to make himself gigantically overpowered with a combination of upgrades. Indeed, the procedurally generated stuff as well. Reply 0
  • kongzi 26/05/2016

    That's cool, every time I saw it, it seemed like it still had some ways to go to be truly solid. Playing this with hiccups and glitches everywhere would suck, given the smooth graphic style and the whole floating through space idea, lol. I can imagine balancing this game properly is a real bitch too. Reply +6
  • Dear Donald: How video games could help you trump Hillary

  • kongzi 28/05/2016

    Yeah...i think political polemicism definitely isn't Eurogamer's cup of tea.

    Focus on games and leave the water thin progressivism at home guys. This piece is neither funny or sharp, and yes I do intensely dislike Trump so I should be the audience. I'd call it childish if it wasn't so child-like.
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  • Homefront, Fire Emblem fail to dislodge Doom and Uncharted 4

  • kongzi 23/05/2016

    Only game out of these I've played is GTA, lol. I'm either out of the loop or I need to get my ass to a game store pronto ...or both probably. Reply 0
  • After 10 years of waiting, Half-Life 2: Episode 3 seems further away than ever

  • kongzi 23/05/2016

    "...we remember a time when Gordon Freeman was the protagonist in a story that had the potential to end, rather than simply dangle forever on the edge of a cliff."

    I actually remember that endings to beloved long running franchises and trilogies have the tendency to disappoint fans, lol. Maybe it's better like this...?

    *ducks and runs
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  • Fallout 4's Far Harbor DLC is rich in loot but light on excitement

  • kongzi 23/05/2016

    @spamdangled Unfortunately yeah. To me, that's not a real problem, I like Fallout 4 as it is now. It's my goof off and get distracted game.

    However, it's plenty big for me. I don't need more of it. I like the previous packs, because they add new features to the existing game... this just adds 'more game'.

    I guess it doesn't help I took my time with it too. I feel like I only just got done with the old map and in reality there's still plenty for me to explore.
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  • When a game partners with a console you don't own, does that put you off the game?

  • kongzi 18/05/2016

    ...aids awareness...

    I'd say that's always a good thing!
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  • Assassin's Creed movie mostly set in modern times

  • kongzi 18/05/2016

    That trailer still makes it look outdated with all that colour grading, and just the whole thing, the whole look...the way the lines are delivered.

    This is gonna bomb and disappoint even the most hardcore fans. Especially given the fact they're hyping it this early.
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  • The Division's next free update, Conflict, is due next week

  • kongzi 17/05/2016

    Still waiting for that DLC where I get to pillage NY as one of those invincible hoodies and shoot a lot of silly. PMC goons in the new beanie... now that'd be my game. Reply 0
  • Watch: Five things Nathan Drake taught us about being an adventurer

  • kongzi 14/05/2016

    @SpaceMonkey77 one where they both compete for the same treasure. In Nate's game Lara is the villain and Nate is in Lara's game. That would be fun. Reply +2
  • kongzi 14/05/2016

    7 things reading all of the lists online has taught me:
    1. Euh..lists are cool and easy to understand.
    2. Euh....
    Crap, hold on while I figure this out please.
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  • Hitman's one chance forever Elusive Targets coming tomorrow

  • kongzi 14/05/2016

    Nailed it...or at least I wandered around aimlessly collecting kitchen knifes and sorta bumped into him, going right to where I had just left a body. Had no choice but to do it quickly.

    I like the idea of these, but as far as cool assassinations go, this was a pretty lame one :/ I like the escalations and contracts way better so far. I don't know why they won't let us make our own escalations. Or at the very least allow additional objectives (that vodka bottle) to be set in contracts.
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  • Everything the Assassin's Creed movie trailer tells us

  • kongzi 12/05/2016

    Lets colour grade like we're still in kindergarten. Is Fassbender gonna keep growling like that for the entire movie or is he gonna act out an actual human being at some point?

    Also what does Kanye West's God complex have to do with any of this?
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  • Hitman and the joy of playing it wrong

  • kongzi 12/05/2016

    When I played the first one as a little kid I didn't understand it and spoke about 4 words of English... Wrong was the only to play it, haha. It was great.

    Even Absolution has it's charms if you ignore the story crap and just hang out in the (better) levels messing about with the AI. I'm glad that with the new game they finally found a good mix that allows both: super serious suit only stealth runs and blowing people up with rubber ducks. The escalations are a brilliant addition, I hope they expand Contracts mode to allow setting additional objectives and conditions like that.

    BTW, anyone killed Prince Po yet? Unnoticed, of course?
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  • Star Wars: Battlefront has shipped over 14m copies

  • kongzi 11/05/2016

    Funny how we're getting more and more 'shipped to retailers' numbers like these. It's a bullshit number, what is it hiding? Why not start a retailer in the virgin islands and ship a million there so you can boast a cool 15 million, you shady fucks? All about optics anyway.

    In the real world I see this game on sale, second hand and generally being shitted on a lot.
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  • Can Battlefield 1 help us see The Great War with fresh eyes?

  • kongzi 11/05/2016

    For one, this is the first Battlefield in years which has me sit up and take notice. I love the idea and I like that they're not afraid to go a little over the top with it .. Or at least play up the more exotic aspects of it if it's all supposed to be historically accurate.

    Not sure if it will give us fresh eyes on that era. It doesn't have to. That wave of ww2 shooters around CoD2 all went with that somber authenticity vibe (eg. stole it from band of brothers) and it never worked and always looked pathetic and kitsch. I really hope they resist any urge to give into sentimentality like that.
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  • Disney Infinity cancelled, Avalanche Software shut down

  • kongzi 11/05/2016

    And they didn't even get to stay on to train their much cheaper foreign replacements as per Disney's standard procedure.

    I'm glad, because now these undoubtedly talented and hardworking people can apply those skills at making great games instead of Disney licencing vehicles. Something that I'd maybe buy for my kids I don't have.
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  • Watch: The first hour of Homefront: The Revolution

  • kongzi 10/05/2016

    @NullDev I know that's what happened, that's what I was alluding to. It doesn't change the game we eventually get and it doesn't change the fact that a game in which north Korea stages a US mainland invasion, one that really runs with the ridiculousness of that premise, would almost instantly interest me so much more than this generic dreary looking thing.

    Doesn't change that I just put at least one hundred hours into Fallout, another industrial wasteland, and can really go for some green trees and sunblasted beaches right about now...anything with some colour to it.

    So on top of (imho) some very questionable design decisions, the release timing is terrible too.

    I'm making a point of it, because the game itself (apart from all the above) looks pretty decent. Cryengine is a good engine. There's a nice level of detail, a good array of options and tools..and far cry like gameplay in a dense urban environment is cool. It definitely has things going for it that could make it a dying light type sleeper hit, but after watching this I'm not convinced at all.
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  • kongzi 10/05/2016

    Why didn't they make the obvious (and cool) game? The concept of north Korea invading the US is ridiculous enough to make something great out of. Juxtapose typical Americana with Stalinist imagery and the straight up wackiness that's Kim Jong Un/Ill. There's so many ridiculous and cool scenario's you could get from that, all much more interesting than this dreary looking industrial wasteland... It's really unimaginative, they should hire me as their creative director :p

    Damn, I just spent a couple of hundred hours picking through the ruins of Boston. Fuck Philly for now.
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  • Why I hope it's the end for Uncharted

  • kongzi 07/05/2016

    Nathan Drake] is at the height of his popularity, so it's not a good business decision," said creative director Neil Druckmann. You can tell he's creative because he's got a beard, and he doesn't care about money. "But I feel like the best way to honour him is to go out on top."

    This is a total fallacy and the basic equivalent of a creative jerking off to his own reflection only used to congratulate themselves on being so goddamn creative and ethical....parting your own shoulders.

    Sorry Neil, big fan of your games, but this statement is nonsense. Bowing out at the height of your game/power/ability is always a good decision, financially too. Just look at what the rights to the Beatles catalogue go for these days. Or, inversely, how reboots of beloved franchises always seem to fall flat.

    Still, naughty dog at least has the sense to just end it on a high note. Like everybody, I wish more franchises had that kind of balls.. :p Just tired of people flaunting their supposed authenticity ;)
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  • Nvidia unveils GTX 1080 and GTX 1070: a new level in GPU power

  • kongzi 07/05/2016

    Yum, excellent proposition. Especially the price, I was afraid 600-700 euro cards would become the norm but this is reasonable.

    I'm still happy with my gtx 970 but it's good to know there's an affordable upgrade path here. That probably adds two years to my system's lifespan.
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  • Has Remedy fixed Quantum Break on PC?

  • kongzi 06/05/2016

    Does the windows store offer a money back option?

    So, let's consider some facts: You're on 1.7 with a 27 gig patch and it still runs bad and is outright broken in many basic ways? That's ridiculous. I'd want my money back. Pretty sure there's no option for that, else they probably wouldn't take so long to fix their shit...market pressure baby, it's a beautiful thing.
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  • Call of Duty fan campaign mass-downvotes Infinite Warfare's reveal trailer

  • kongzi 05/05/2016

    For a generic space marines hurrah shooter, it actually looked nice and over the top to me. I can go for that. To mind, I've had zero interest in any CoD after MW2, so if they're trying to target their fanbase here, they're way off the mark...haha.

    Anyways, I could really go for a high authenticity world war 2 shooter right about now. Yes, let's do all of it all over again: Normandy, Sicily, Stalingrad, the sacking of Berlin...all of it. With today's technology...yum. The weapons in the era are good too, none of that laser targeted 10.000 bullets a minute crap.
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  • It looks like a mocap actor has revealed Watch Dogs 2's new protagonist

  • kongzi 04/05/2016

    They gave him big geek glasses so we can more easily identify with him. Yay! Reply +9
  • Digital Foundry's top ten picks for PlayStation Neo upgrades

  • kongzi 30/04/2016

    I have to say this whole move puzzled me, and to some extent still does. But as I got to thinking, apart from the obvious fact that the ps4 might be able to handle VR and 4k (with some adjustments) but only just barely. PlayStation VR would launch with a bad disadvantage against it's competition on PC and mobile and their constant stream of hardware upgrades. This would obviously improve that situation, if only by a little...it's not a dramatic upgrade.

    But apart from that, this can also be seen as a coup on Microsoft's position: the console market is pretty much saturated. People either have one or two already, or don't. There isn't much growth possible there. The ps4 is already somewhat more powerful than Xbox One, but not enough to make a difference.

    So what if you launch a separate machine that's a bit more powerful, but at the same force developers to keep targeting that baseline spec? The more powerful machine is gonna play the same games, but with better performance. Considering how many games perform like absolute shit, especially coming from a PC with 60fps, and how many gamers complain about it... It's a actually a really smart move. Driveclub gets the 60fps it needs. The Witcher can run instead of stumble, etc.

    And consider this: what is the number one reason PC gamers for their platform choice: performance. The neo just might have enough power to get close to PC levels of performance and graphics. If your main reason for getting an expensive PC over a console is because it can run the big multiplatform titles at 1080p/60fps, you just got a cheaper alternative in neo. It won't be enough for the real enthusiasts but I think there's actually a pretty large group of people that might go for it, or get one alongside their beastly PC's so they can play with friends.

    So it's still a weird move and people that expect a generational leap will be sorely disappointed. But considering the realities of gaming today, it is a very pragmatic and strategic move. Also consider for instance Microsoft is trying to herd PC gamers into their windows store, UWP...which for the moment is junk. Even if they pull that together somehow, they're in transition and thus weak.

    I think it'll pay off for Sony. How well depends on what Microsoft is planning in the way of Xbox upgrades. But even there it's not clear what they actually want they want me to do: do they want me to buy the supposedly improved Xbox, or get a PC because Xbox is now a 'platform' no longer tied to hardware? Sony's position is much clearer: buy our console, we have two flavours: cheap and expensive.

    It'll be very interesting to see this play out. It might backfire spectacularly. For us as gamers, this is definitely a good thing....as long as they're serious about enforcing that baseline ps4 spec and 'no exclusives' rule it's just more choice in how you want to play your games.
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  • Fable developer Lionhead closes down today

  • kongzi 29/04/2016

    The lionhead is dead, long live the microsoft!! :-/ Reply -4
  • Telltale's The Walking Dead season three sees return of popular character

  • kongzi 27/04/2016

    Cool, but it's gonna need some real innovation to draw me back in. Loved the old games, but another one like it would feel stale now. Running into old characters, as lovely as they are, will only emphasise that.

    Ditching that old engine for something a bit more 21st century would give them a lot more options to expand the formula and maybe even give back some control and choice to players.
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  • It looks like this year's COD is named Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare

  • kongzi 26/04/2016

    I'm just gonna crawl back into my black hole and wait this one out. Unless it features lots of zero gravity battles and gigantic laser satellites ripping through planets. That would be kinda awesome :) Reply +4
  • The Gears of War 4 season pass costs 40

  • kongzi 26/04/2016

    @Syrette I do, don't worry about my credentials. You don't have to be convinced by my story though. It's not my money you're spending on glorified rentals. I've been saying the same thing for a while, and I'd rather be wrong about it, but so far I really am not.

    It's not a Microsoft exclusive, it's the way a significant of (not just) the gaming industry is trying to move. Many 'digital experts' believe it's the future. I've sat through tonnes of meetings with people like that and none of them convinced me. In the meantime, DLC practices that were considered egregious are the norm... I see writing on the wall there.

    Again, don't be convinced, by all means... This is my opinion, you don't have to share it. I'm also not saying Sony is any better, just less aggressive about it (Sony as a company was doing horrible for a while so they simply can't afford to piss anybody off now).
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  • kongzi 26/04/2016

    McMicrosoft gave themselves away with that launch presentation for the Xbone. It gave such a great insight into their thinking. It's not about gaming with them. They literally don't give a rats ass about it. For them consoles are the new TV.. a place where you get to enjoy some sterile, sanitized, glossy but vapid entertainment in return for being bombarded with ads, advertorials and product placement. And definitely don't forget that THAT is the desired transaction... The games are there to get you to watch the ads.. If, after you watched the ad and engaged in a microtransaction or two, you get bored with the game because..well, it's utter shit you played a 100 times before and 3/4 of it is locked away behind further paywalls.. if you do get bored. Well, that's great.. because it just means the process starts all over again.

    Microsoft has almost zero incentive to give you the kind of classic gaming awesomeness you can play for days on end.. because it means you don't drop into their dashboard to watch more ads and suggestions every 2 minutes. It means you don't run into barriers and paywalls that can only be overcome by buying 'more' of the game... preferably with some stupid invented MS-coin monopoly money they can inflate the crap out of. They don't want you in their game.. they want you dropping in and out of them constantly so they can ad- and paywall you some more :)

    It's a Brilliant Business Model. And if you expect them to come up with anything you aren't a very smart person. They've been doing this for years. They'll pay lipservice to core gamers, or acquire some quirky indie titles.. but it's a classic bait and switch to sucker you into their ecosystem which they're progressively making harder to break out of.

    I'm real glad I went with my PS4, not because it's a great machine (it is not) or I have particular love for Sony (it sucks) or because I care about exclusives (I really, really don't). The only thing it does better is not making me feel ripped off at every turn I take with it. In this day and age.. I guess I'll take that.
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  • Why is video game lore so awful?

  • kongzi 23/04/2016

    Couldn't agree more with the article. I just think The Witcher 3 isn't the greatest example of over bloated lore.

    It's a game with a lot of text. But it also drops a lot of new players into a strange new universe with complex characters and that does require some explanation and setting up. Also, text and books play a very important role in the story and Witcher world in general, so it makes sense you're confronted with that a lot.

    The reason why I really think it's an unfair example, is that it also features some of the very best ambient and organic storytelling I've seen in a game. If you don't read anything in the game and turn off all the HUD you can, there is still so much you can gather simply from reading your surroundings. It's incredibly layered, from the way the landscapes are naturally formed (erosion, swamps, floods) and settlements are dotted around them in a way that makes makes sense and tells a story about how they were formed. You can see how the humans have built on top of the elven ruins. How the cities where races live together have been segregated. How the swamp is reclaiming communities. Even down to how the remains of battles are arranged so you can almost exactly trace out the course of the war between Redania and Nilfgaard.

    The text is mostly done in a way that supports and adds a bit of color and voice to it. And definitely not to fill in major blanks in the storytelling and world building. The way it should be done.

    All that said, most other games are still really really bad at it..and in general I'm always way more impressed by more minimalistic, compressed stories than large sprawling ones. I love The Witcher for what it is, but I'm also fond of how Hitman has finally stripped most of it down to the absolute minimum. There's merit in both approaches as long as it's done well and with a good purpose. There aren't many studios that do it well.. And none of them are the pretentious art house studios that use terms like 'interactive drama' 'new kind of storytelling' 'it's not a game it's an experience' :p
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  • Performance Analysis: Battleborn beta on PS4 and Xbox One

  • kongzi 21/04/2016

    I'm not seeing anything here that has any business running at 30fps Reply +2