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  • ARG! Overwatch community fed up with Sombra teasing

  • ronorra 19/10/2016

    Overwatch's community is the most cancer community ever.
    Talk about hyperbole... did you actually put some thought into that one?
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  • Americans can claim $55 from Sony because of some old PS3 lawsuit

  • ronorra 16/10/2016

    from Sony because of some old PS3 lawsuit
    Remember six years ago when a firmware update stopped Linux working on PlayStation 3? No, me neither, but it happened. And some people were cheesed off about it - cheesed off enough to take Sony to court.
    Clueless wannabe journo in exessive corporate teat sucking, don't want to bite the hand that feeds eh? How EG is sinking into the mud, what a shitshow this site has become.
    Reply +3
  • DriveClub VR review

  • ronorra 13/10/2016

    @antmusic97 I keep hearing that it was their fault that the PSVR did not track correctly, but they adjusted studio lights, distance, Brad had the same problem at home while he removed all furniture. That they had such problems with 2 PSVR headsets is far from coincidental, it is simply where Sony pinched pennies. So while you claim it was sloppyness from Giantbomb I rather take their workd on it since they have much more experience with VR then me and you. Reply -5
  • ronorra 13/10/2016

    Ah the die-hard Microsoft shill appears in a Sony article with a negative point to make using a clickbait headline - quelle surprise! Guess some things on Eurogamer will never change....
    So is Jeff Gerstmann from Giantbomb a die-hard Microsoft shill when he became ill while using PSVR? I think we all know the answer and we all could see the jittery movement that was on the livestream.
    edit: and the first negs, what a bunch of insecure people here.
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  • Face-Off: Gears of War 4

  • ronorra 11/10/2016

    I am glad for the little morons that infect the internet with their "opinions" on stuff
    So you must be really chuffed with yourself then. The Irony...
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  • The Old Republic's latest trailer is better than many Star Wars movies

  • ronorra 10/10/2016

    Force Awakens was also (much) better than Return of the Jedi
    A picture is worth more then thousand words, so...

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  • Our Mafia 3 review will be late - here's why

  • ronorra 07/10/2016

    Feel free to go and pollute their comments threads instead if you wish.
    Yea, snide comments! That will show the readers! That will totally fill the gap we left with getting rid of any writer willing to critically judge the industry, like Rab Florence.

    Reply -2
  • Oculus reveals new games by Epic, 4A Games, and Ready at Dawn

  • ronorra 06/10/2016

    @Occisorx Well, Kotaku seems to be able to report on it... wich is saying much about EG lately. Reply -3
  • Batman: Arkham VR review

  • ronorra 06/10/2016

    maybe should have written 'spoil-sports'
    In case you have tossed me onto that heap, you might be surprised but even if I am very critical of Sonys effort I do not want to see it fail and become a new kinect. In fact Sony has the biggest chance to get their hands on a killer app for VR. And success for Sony in VR is good for all VR.
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  • ronorra 06/10/2016

    How were you able to watch it in VR?
    Giantbomb showed plenty of it and apart from shallow and very short it is nothing more then a glorified tech demo with a Batman skin. Add to that the jittery movement of the tracking (might be a sensitivity issue) and as EG said "each segment will play out the same each time" and I have a really really hard time to see this worth the money.

    Anyone daring to give critisism to your beloved multinational corporation and its products is a hater, yea that is a new one...
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  • ronorra 06/10/2016

    After seeing the 'gameplay' on Giantbomb, haha, just no. Reply -5
  • Skyrim and Fallout 4 will receive mod support on PS4

  • ronorra 06/10/2016

    Sony castrating modding, but not expected since now that they harvested plenty of goodwill they can go back to their old way.

    If it was Microsoft coming with this weak sauce excuse reactions would be very different.
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  • The Eurogamer Podcast #14: Does anyone have a script for Aaron Paul?

  • ronorra 04/10/2016

    Eye in the sky is certainly worth a watch imo. good movie. Reply +1
  • Nioh director Fumihiko Yasuda on difficulty, player feedback and what's changing

  • ronorra 04/10/2016

    Eurogamer: Were the previous versions cancelled because they didn't live up to Kou Shibusawa's vision for it?

    Yasuda: The short answer is yes.
    Refreshing to see someone not pussyfooting arouund but just giving a straight direct answer, respect for that.
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  • When is a layer not a layer? Dishonored 2's intricate approach to level design

  • ronorra 04/10/2016

    @badwhippet I think I will need more then 15 playthroughs sadly to get somewhere near this brilliance:

    Bring on Dishonored 2, quite frankly the title I have been looking forward to the most this whole year.
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  • Lego Dimensions Easter egg references Ghostbusters movie controversy

  • ronorra 03/10/2016

    Ah negged, much appologies, I forgot that any criticism of your corperate overlords Sony is not allowed.
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  • How Japan's best-loved RPG is bringing structure to those paralysed by choice

  • ronorra 03/10/2016

    @Xboxfanuk Sony is opening their wallet alot:

    "VR exclusive for a year"


    edit: interesting that EG still has not reported about this news. It cant be that there is noone in the office right now like last time... It is rather surprising in a negative way how many stories like for example the rootkit SFV thing does simply not register on EGs radar and it makes one very cynical of this once great informative site.
    Reply +1
  • Digital Foundry: Hands-on with Mantis Burn Racing on PS4 Pro

  • ronorra 02/10/2016

    Anyone interested in a top down racer that is more like Micro Machines, Toybox Turbos, and it's even on sale now.

    Reply +12
  • What does it take to run Forza Horizon 3 at 1080p60?

  • ronorra 27/09/2016

    His proof is that there's a lot of CPU work going on so it must be the evil corporation cause it can't be anything else.
    Yea I wonder where they got that idea, especially after there was totally no controversy over Microsofts draconic DRM they presented when unveiling the Xbone at E3 2013 right? /s
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  • Castlevania turns 30

  • ronorra 27/09/2016

    Likewise for me...

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  • Digital Foundry: Hands-on with COD Infinite Warfare on PS4 Pro

  • ronorra 25/09/2016

    @_LarZen_ Whoa, case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde here?

    All in all, damn it's awesome to be a gamer and tech fan
    That we agree upon :)
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  • ronorra 25/09/2016

    @_LarZen_ /slowclap

    Aw, cute. When your "why the haters hate on this console...Money" bullshit is ripped to shreds by sheer logic the only thing left for you to do is to totally ignore my point about people spending money on better and just play the old `PC master race` card.

    Sony Interactive Entertainment’s President and Global CEO Andrew House in an interview conducted by the Guardian just after the PlayStation Meeting, he said:

    I saw some data that really influenced me.

    It suggested that there’s a dip mid-console lifecycle where the players who want the very best graphical experience will start to migrate to PC, because that’s obviously where it’s to be had. We wanted to keep those people within our eco-system by giving them the very best and very highest [performance quality]. So the net result of those thoughts was PlayStation 4 Pro – and, by and large, a graphical approach to game improvement.
    Yup, like you even Sony sees the PC as irrelevant /s
    "the very best and very highest [performance quality]" yea right, you better get some more are gonna need it.
    Reply +1
  • ronorra 25/09/2016

    Did I hurt your feeling so hard that you skipped reading my follow up comment. Here have a tissue.
    Yea I did read it. Your comment is simply stupid.

    Sure there are other reasons as well. My comment was 50/50 joke and truth for many people.
    Sorry, your comment was not so hilarious that I needed a hanky. In fact your reasoning for people not drooling over your corporate dreambox is all about money is so far off the mark... How about that your corporate dreambox is for a lot of people not good enough and spending more money on a PC (!) for a superior experience is making more and more sense for more and more people. There goes your "haters hate it because it is expensive" theory. Hard to swallow for you perhaps.
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  • ronorra 25/09/2016

    @_LarZen_ Spoken like a true delusional fanchild. Reply +1
  • Report: Oculus Rift creator Palmer Luckey secretly funded pro-Trump meme website

  • ronorra 24/09/2016

    I think a lot of gamers quite appreciate Milo for being one of the only honest commentators on GamerGate.
    You gotta be fucking kidding me... what is it with the current generation and the fascination with utter fucktards that are being elevated as important?

    Reply -1
  • ronorra 23/09/2016

    As if selling out to Facebook wasn't ringing all the alarm bells that this guy was a supercunt. Might as well rename your shit oKKKulus.

    Ah, negged. Seems there are actually some Trump supporters here. Never underestimate the predictability of stupidity. Ofcourse it's much easier to click that neg instead coming with a answer why, but then again, stupidity. Actually, everyone who votes for or supports Trump is proof that the human race is devolving.

    Make America groovy again!
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  • Forza Horizon 3 at 4K 60fps is simply breathtaking

  • ronorra 24/09/2016

    What the actual fuck.
    And still they claim here that once again Microsoft's Windows Store demonstrated in spectacular fashion that it's simply good enough for the task at hand.
    Simply does not compute... Also screw Xbox Play Anywhere, why should I pay extra for the Xbone version when I only have interest in the PC version?
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  • Street Fighter 5's stages just got a lot better

  • ronorra 24/09/2016

    Thanks for installing a rootkit on my PC Capcom /s Reply 0
  • Microsoft on Project Scorpio, PS4 Pro marketing and Xbox tweets

  • ronorra 21/09/2016

    No offence but who gives a shit about what Michael Pachter said? That guy is a total failure in every wich way or form. Brits have a good name for that kind, pond scum. Reply +12
  • Capcom addresses concern around controversial Street Fighter 5 DLC

  • ronorra 20/09/2016

    Arc make a bloody updated fighting game at full price every single year which at best is a balance update with 2 extra characters on average.
    The fuck? Have you actually played Guilty Gear X3rd and seen all the content it has? For 2 euros more then that overpriced shitshow called Capcom Pro Tour Premier Package (aka 3 skins and a stage) you can get Gullty gear X3rd brand new with a ton more content.

    Capcom should be ashamed for what it brought to the table so far with SFV. All that money and Capcom cannot even create a decent survival mode, something Arc has no trouble with. If capcom cared so much about the fighting game community why did they deliver such a halfassed product (fighting system good, rest bad)? Answer: money.

    @GundamJehutyKai Oh dear, I wonder how they are gonna sugarcoat those horrible Red Bull skins. For the community right?
    Reply +8
  • PES 2017 review

  • ronorra 19/09/2016

    Sadly, PC users will again feel short-changed with an inferior version of the game.
    Hence why that recommended tag should come with a big warning sign that it only applies to the console versions.
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  • Sony's Shuhei Yoshida on No Man's Sky

  • ronorra 16/09/2016

    These clueless casuals
    I don't think it is being clueless that is to blame, it is more that that delicious hype tit is so good to gorge upon.
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  • ronorra 16/09/2016

    Best breakdown of NMS to date.

    edit: Negs, sigh. How dare I link a vid of a guy criticizing and praising NMS instead of the usual hatefest. What a muppetshow this has become.
    Reply +26
  • BioShock's fascinating but inescapable failure

  • ronorra 16/09/2016

    Bioshock was on the same level as Half Life 2 for me.

    As in, overrated as fuck.
    There is literally nothing more overrated as Goldeneye. So theres that. In fact, I would go so far to argue that Nintendo never has been able to create a world so interesting as Bioshock.
    Reply -3
  • Dean Hall of DayZ fame is making a big new multiplayer game

  • ronorra 14/09/2016


    the swirling, demented "We want our toys and we want them NOW" mob of entitlement
    Yea how dare we to expect an actual finished game by now? It's now like they have bo cash from all the sales so take that 'entitlement' of yours and stick it. Talk about [bad] additude.

    Very little - if anything - of what the detractors have said will stand up to scrutiny. As ever, facts are forever.
    As it is now, I see Roberts finishing Star Citizen before DayZ even sees the finishline while zealots like Cordite so desperately trying to prove otherwise. Good luck with that.
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  • The Last Guardian delayed again

  • ronorra 13/09/2016

    Let's hope it will all be worth it since we had already too many hyped disappointments this year. Reply 0
  • PS4 Pro: specs, games, release date, price and everything we know

  • ronorra 11/09/2016

    But when I hear large corporations bragging about how amazing their next product is I can't help but be more than a little cynical.
    You Sir won the thread.
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  • ronorra 11/09/2016

    Seems Sony doesn't have anyone working in the weekend either, they haven't changed their PlayStation Store Skyrim page about no mod support:


    Update, September 9, 12:44 p.m. EDT: Bethesda has finally confirmed why Fallout 4 mods haven't arrived on PlayStation 4, and the developer is saying that it's Sony's fault.

    "Sony has informed us they will not approve user mods the way they should work: where users can do anything they want for either Fallout 4 or Skyrim Special Edition," Bethesda told fans on its official blog on Friday. "Like you, we are disappointed by Sony’s decision given the considerable time and effort we have put into this project, and the amount of time our fans have waited for mod support to arrive."

    Only one of the technical limits mentioned in our original report (below), about mod storage limits, is on Sony's side, so that may very well be the sticking point that Sony refuses to budge on. Bethesda's statement leaves room for Sony to change its tune and enable the same kind of console-mod support that Xbox One players of Fallout 4 are currently enjoying.
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  • ronorra 10/09/2016

    Cute, but...

    -Who will have to pay for the new pro patches (lol) and the certification for them? Sony says they won’t ask users to pay for patches on the PlayStation 4 Pro, despite some vague comments made by an executive this morning. “We will not charge consumers for patches,” a Sony representative said in an e-mail to Kotaku today. Talk about muddy.

    -If pro and normal ps4 players face off in a multiplayer game, is the pro player forced to use the normal ps4 framerate like 30? Or will visuals be downgraded to ps4 normal standards?

    -"improvements for Pro-mode titles can include", can, so not mandatory. Not making the different modes (30fps/60fps/4k) mandatory is a huge mistake and will make things even muddier.

    -"At the NYC event, developers of the game For Honor were talking about how the Pro would enhance things like the distinctiveness of pine needles in a tree and the quality of reflections on an axe. For some gamers, these are unimportant added sparkles. To others, they are the kind of visual improvements that previously made 1080p graphics preferable to 720p or that made seeing a GameBoy game in color preferable to playing it in black and white."

    -"All of these options for prettier games are moot if gamers don’t buy the Pro or better 4K and HDR-ready TVs. Slow adoption of those devices could make all of this another failure of industry hype, like the push for 3D TVs and graphics a few years ago. Or it’ll be like the move from standard definition TVs to HD TVs, and sufficient millions will jump on board."

    -"There was talk of the Pro supporting more stable framerates, but short of a mention that it might be used to make some VR games run at higher FPS (something that would reduce the risk of motion sickness), beefed up framerates don’t seem to be a PS4 Pro talking point. Instead, there was a lot more talk about 4K and, especially, HDR."

    That is alot of big questions, but I imagine they are not welcome here where any form of discussion is foiled by the allmighty Sony Defense Force that for some reason still believe I have a stake in the console wars. (read=idgaf, pc gamer)

    Also, Eurogamer, still did not report of Sony decision of not allowing mods on PS4, I wonder why? Not newsworthy enough? Not the right time for it? Very suspect.

    After months of discussion with Sony, we regret to say that while we have long been ready to offer mod support on PlayStation 4, Sony has informed us they will not approve user mods the way they should work: where users can do anything they want for either Fallout 4 or Skyrim Special Edition.

    Like you, we are disappointed by Sony’s decision given the considerable time and effort we have put into this project, and the amount of time our fans have waited for mod support to arrive. We consider this an important initiative and we hope to find other ways user mods can be available for our PlayStation audience. However, until Sony will allow us to offer proper mod support for PS4, that content for Fallout 4 and Skyrim on PlayStation 4 will not be available.

    We will provide an update if and when this situation changes.
    It is one thing to be enthusiastic for new hardware that sets new limits and changes the console landscape (even as a PC owner this is good news), it's another to totally forgo any critical thinking and even going so far of not posting certain articles that can temper the enthusiasm. Very dodgy indeed. edit: and ofcourse the first negs rain in, not surprising.
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  • Watch: Seven games we'd love to see remastered

  • ronorra 11/09/2016

    Ontopic: Bloodborne ofcourse.
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  • Jelly Deals roundup: System Shock 2, New Amiibos, Dark Souls, and more

  • ronorra 10/09/2016

    Laughable that Tropico 4 still is not mentioned here since its FRIGGING FREE! Still obtainable for the next 4 hours. Reply +19
  • PS4 Pro Performance Analysis: Horizon Zero Dawn

  • ronorra 09/09/2016

    To stay afloat sites like Eurogamer need traffic. I'm perfectly fine with them getting some, with articles like this, instead of click bait.
    Well it gets suspect when they omit news that might temper the hype, like this one:

    Bethesda Says Sony Won't Allow Skyrim Or Fallout 4 Mods On PS4

    Here’s the full statement from Bethesda:

    After months of discussion with Sony, we regret to say that while we have long been ready to offer mod support on PlayStation 4, Sony has informed us they will not approve user mods the way they should work: where users can do anything they want for either Fallout 4 or Skyrim Special Edition.

    Like you, we are disappointed by Sony’s decision given the considerable time and effort we have put into this project, and the amount of time our fans have waited for mod support to arrive. We consider this an important initiative and we hope to find other ways user mods can be available for our PlayStation audience. However, until Sony will allow us to offer proper mod support for PS4, that content for Fallout 4 and Skyrim on PlayStation 4 will not be available.

    We will provide an update if and when this situation changes.
    Funnily enough this was not newsworthy enough for EG, I wonder why...
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  • ronorra 09/09/2016

    @slk486 I bet EG needs traffic, but it is not a sign of professionalism when you deploy such tunnelvision. Reply -10
  • ronorra 09/09/2016

    Performance analysis of a game under development, isn't that really early days? Could almost make one cynical and see this as another PS4pro article to spam the masses with.

    edit: Ah, it seems I have invoked the ire of SDF. Seems insecurity still runs rampant there...
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  • Digital Foundry: Three hours with PlayStation 4 Pro

  • ronorra 09/09/2016

    You guys realise a 1440p-capable PC costs north of about £450
    True, hardware wise a console will always beat a PC, but there is also the price of games to consider and in that department there is no trumping PC.
    Reply +5
  • ronorra 09/09/2016

    All this fills me with one thought, if you are gonna play the upgrade game, might as well do it proper and go PC. Reply -1
  • PlayStation 4 Pro makes UK debut at EGX 2016 this month

  • ronorra 09/09/2016

    we took the decision to allow him to exhibit because there is a huge demand to meet him. I understand why some people may be unhappy with this but it is the decision we’ve made.
    So if demand is high enough principles can be thrown overboard. Something to remember when EG climbs the barricade next time to say how sexist and wrong we all are.
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  • Digital Foundry: Hands-on with the CUH-2000 PS4 Slim

  • ronorra 09/09/2016

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  • Homefront: The Revolution free to play on Steam this weekend

  • ronorra 09/09/2016

    Since Eurogamer are too busy with their PS4 pro-paganda spamming and begging for clicks, HumbleBundle is giving away Tropico 4 the next 24 hours. Weird that EG didn't deem that newsworthy /s

    edit: There is no escaping the SDF is there? Ofcourse it is negworthy when someone mentions a free game. How dare he?!? What a kindergarden EG is becoming.
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  • The Crew is free to download on PC mid-September

  • ronorra 08/09/2016

    As others said, a very neat driving around game. The story is utter rubbish, some of the story missions can be infuriating (the offroad chases come to mind) but somehow it clicked with me when it came to just drive and explore. Reply +1