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Discounts on graphics cards and systems at Overclockers

Ryze

1 day ago

@Carlo That's good to know.

What's the cheapest you've seen it? I don't mind if it's £220 or whatever, but if it's £180, then I'm bothered.

Also, how much does the spec vary? £240 looked reasonable considering it beats the consoles in terms of capability. I'm fine with that.
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Ryze

1 day ago

Couldn't ignore that 1060, as I've wanted a decent GPU for a couple of years now. Grabbed it.

Cheers.
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DF Retro: Revisiting E3 2004 - PlayStation Portable vs Nintendo DS

Ryze

1 day ago

I grabbed two PSPs at the UK launch, with great enthusiasm for the potential of the platform, as I'd been waiting for another high end handheld for several years.

PSP was clearly modelled after the PS2, but it failed to really build upon the opportunities in terms of portable, mobile, online and handheld play. It lost as much as it gained from taking a Playstation and making it portable.

No second player without another device and copy of the game in most cases. No social play, as it was so difficult for anyone else to take part in what you were doing, or even enjoy watching - that was the biggest drawback from PS2 for me, while I was out with the PSP - it would often stay in my coat unless I was completely alone.

No touch screen or substantial online and social service to speak of. No accounts, voice chat or messaging . To add insult to injury, Xbox came along at the same time and showed everyone how it was done. It took until 2011 for the Vita to arrive before this came to a Sony handheld. In my opinion, this was one of the biggest reasons for the Vita being an afterthought. If everyone had a n account and friends lists to carry across from PSP, plus a selection of compatible games, then more would have cared.

Sony were just trying to sell endless discs for this unit. Movies and games, even though it quickly became apparent that they drained the battery and that memory card-based games would work much better. No right analogue stick, no app store or access to services such as Youtube while they were becoming the most demanded functions.

Sony didn't care to address the shortcomings by evolving the platform, whilst the DS got better and better, then the iPhone appeared.

The PSP therefore became an emulator host, where the best way to make use of the hardware was by hacking it and filling a memory card with games.

Not great. This was very much the old Sony that kept its fingers in its ears whilst there's a chorus of chanting stating what needs to be done immediately.

Go rid in 2010, after the final year or two of it being a paperweight whilst I was on Xbox 360. They just couldn't get it right, and the Vita was way too late, just like the Wii U.

The best elements of it were great, though.
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Eurogamer readership survey 2018

Ryze

6 days ago

@Paul136

Very much this with me, because the games that have me craving to buy and play them, have already been released, and often a decade or more ago.

I haven't even finished Assassins Creed 2 or Black Flag yet, so I don't need Origins for another several years yet. Looks nice though.

I want to play Amiga and Arcade games as much as any game from the past decade. Possibly more.

Xbox Live Arcade used to scratch that itch with modern ports of these games, but unless I'm mistaken, all of that is gone and it's just PUBG, Fortnight and Destiny now, with microtransactions and lootboxes.

Not interested.

Old skool and retro it is.
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You'll need to pay Nintendo Switch's online subscription to backup your saves

Ryze

2 weeks ago

@noelveiga

Never mind the N64, the PSP outsold the NES & the SNES.

The guy's talking out of an orifice between his legs. Sony cocked up big time with piracy and hacking over the past few generations, and ended up embracing online, software and services in a competent manner FINALLY, with the PS4.
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Infamous 90s FMV horror Night Trap is on its way to Switch

Ryze

1 month ago

Feels ridiculous that I owned and finished this legitimately back around '94. Got it with my Mega CD 2 when I did a huge swap deal.

The CHEESE!
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Why the games media has a diversity problem - this website especially

Ryze

1 month ago

@jimmyhill11

ABSOLUTELY, UNEQUIVOCALLY this , this and THIS.

Couldn't have put it better myself. I've lost interest in much of the site bar Digital Foundry.

It's like an amazing pub, that's completely empty apart from... lets say apart from a few of the same old same old characters.

It's really not great to see, and you hit the nail right on the head regarding the Christmas games lists. It's been on my mind since this debate kicked off.


Add that to the blanket coverage of Destiny, PUBG, Fortnite & Sea of Thieves. Nothing wrong with coverage, but it's just tired.

It's the Nintendo Wii by 2010, when we realised there'd be no F-Zero, and nothing much more of note. Mario and Zelda were epic, and this site is still great, but it lacks those special moments that F-Zero and WipEout bring, regardless of how many or few million they sell.

BORED.net
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DF Retro: Sonic CD - under-appreciated but still brilliant today

Ryze

1 month ago

@Bander

So - off the top of my head 6Mbits is 768KB, which should load at 1x CD (150KB/sec) in 5 seconds! Something's not right there.

:O

Seek time is a significant factor, as the MCD spends a ridiculous amount of time stopping and starting the bloody CD, if you've ever noticed the way that many games load.

Still 768KB/6Mbits is one and a half times the size of the original Sonic game, and much of that game was the 'Segaaaaa' sample at the beginning of the cartridge!

I'll have to study the MCD to find out how / if that memory is divided up and reserved for anything, and also, what slows down the MCD where it comes to loading, as games take WAY longer than that to load.

I'm writing all of this off the top of my head, so I'll have to check my numbers.
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Ryze

1 month ago

@Bander

Brilliant post. You brought back a lot of memories of the game for me.

Yep - the tech and graphics in the main platforming sections is a significant backwards step from Sonic 2, but when you have the time and urge to find that 'good' ending, the game feels fantastic, and has huge replay value.

The 10 minute timer was always meaningless in Sonic levels unless you were hunting every ring, area and item, until this game showed us how it could become a significant factor.

You're spot on about those special stages as well. I'll have to check how much RAM the MCD has. I gues the challenge is the time you'd spend filling it up over and over using a 1x CD drive at 150K per second. If the game is playing CD music, it can't load in the background, or stream game data as the player progresses.

It's a really special game, despite the creative and technical drawbacks. It's flawed though. I really wish that the 32X and Saturn received sequels to some of the best and most loved Mega Drive and Mega CD games.

Sonic CD 2 and Streets of Rage 3 would have been great games to have on 32X and Saturn.

I'll still say that Streets of Rage 3 should have been a hybrid game bundled with a CD. The 32X and / or 32X & MCD could have unlocked better visuals, Max & Adam and a 4 player mode.

A Mega CD game that also had a huge Mega Drive ROM cartridge to store sprites etc could have really been special.

Add some extra 32X code on the disc, for enhancements, and it would be an absolute... technical clusterfuck, probably, but one can dream.
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Ryze

1 month ago

@FASELI

Sounds great. I swapped my circa 1994 MD collection apart from the 5 or so stellar titles, for a Mega CD 2 and a load of games.

Eventually sold all of that and grabbed a brand new Multi-mega. Owned it since. Around 30 MCD games. Some of them are great fun, and others are just cheap rehashes of Mega Drive games. It doesnt make them bad games, however.

There are some marvellous MCD games out there - the platform was flawed with a 1x CD drive, little storage, and little RAM, however. Also, that lack of an improved colour pallette is the biggest one as far as casual gamers are concerned.

More colours - even 256 on screen would have made all the difference. There are some great games on there, though. I was playing Thunderhawk a few weeks ago.
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Ryze

1 month ago

@Nikanoru

Absolute nonsense.
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Ryze

1 month ago

@FASELI

I'm the opposite. I played those games back then, along with Batman Returns in 'driving only' mode, and I really got into Sonic CD.

I was underwhelmed by the boss battles, however, and in later years I've grown to despise the level design, as I don't have time to relearn where everything is.

I don't need to learn the other games' levels to get the most out of them. Still a special game, but not my cup of these these days.
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Ryze

1 month ago

I did adore this game back around 1994 when I first bought and played it thoroughly.

Once you know the game well enough to head to the past on each stage, and gain the 'good' future, it just feels marvellous. The JAP/EUR soundtrack as well - I absolutely loved it. It represented what the Mega CD could and should have been.

That special stage and its music (JP soundtrack). After watching the SNES with its fancy effects, and suddenly having access to games like this and Batman Returns - so special.

I wanted the equivalent to Sonic CD, from the Streets of Rage and Street Fighter series. Final Fight was great, but I wanted more.

To play casually, Sonic 2 feels best - just to blast through like a game of Outrun. Sonic CD feels all over the place if you don't have time or interest in learning the levels. It's still something special, however.

I simply preferred Sonic 3 & Knuckles, Sonic 2 & Sonic to this game over time, when playing them retrospectively. As a new game, it was magical, though.
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"It's true Steam Machines aren't exactly flying off the shelves"

Ryze

2 months ago

@LawnmowerDuck

Also, Steam VR wouldn't have happened, and neither would Big Picture mode or Steam Link, unless they wasted time with this type of shit.

Steam for Mac, as well, as Linux and Mac versions of Steam would have required similar tasks, in order to pull off.

This issue is that they didn't do ENOUGH with the platform. They 'just' made Steam for Linux, then threw it at the hardware people to figure it out.

Didn't work.
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Ryze

2 months ago

@Cyclone

TBH, those VM installs would still be great for Valve if they got their stat counting right.

Having 10 million PS3s on the market helped Sony to succeed with Blu ray, despite the fact that it almost irreversibly wounded them, financially.

It's a strange concept, seeing Sony now ignoring 4K Blu ray, after all of that fuss 10 years ago.
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Ryze

2 months ago

@Ferfs

You're correct, IMO. There was no reason to buy these things - especially as not much was really offered in terms of a product.

It was a limp product, and a limp offering. Small PCs with SteamOS preinstalled, and a controller that looks alien to everyone.

That was it. Not good enough. They could release a couple of controller variants, for a kick off:

- a pro controller that has the touchscreen and the customisable components that they planned earlier

- a standard controller, that has the same controls as a wireless Xbox controller

- an oldskool controller with a decent d-pad and face buttons for fighting games and more basic / classic and emulated games (Neo Geo, Sega, Indie, etc)...
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Ryze

2 months ago

@Number1Laing

The fixed tiers aren't rules that have to be adhered to. They're tiers to ensure that a mk.2 system can't be sold with a 960 GPU, i3 and 4GB RAM. It simply wouldn't run mk.2 labelled software without serious compromises.

The developers don't need to do anything special, as the tiers could be determined by the recommended and minimum system spec for the game, if they really don't want to advise their customers of which system would give them a 1080p60 experience, a 1080p30, 720p60/30 or 4K30/60.

It's more than doable, but if they did nothing, then it'd be easy to pull the minimum / recommended spec, and select the next tier below those numbers as the minimum / recommended tier.

There'd also be absolutely no reason why a company couldn't release a mk.2 machine with more memory and a better hardware spec. It would run the games BETTER than the other mk.2 systems, and that's exactly what you'd want as a buyer. It'd still be a mk.2, however.

It wouldn't be a mk.3 machine unless it was a GTX 1080 or better, with 16GB RAM and the equivalent of an i7 at whichever level was decided. Over time, a mk.3 would become much cheaper and easier to build and sell, as cheaper CPUs would eventually become broadly as powerful as whichever i7 CPU became a mk.3. That would be decided by benchmarking the actual games that are running on the hardware.

I do like those types of challenging views, however, as they are what Microsoft needed in 2012-13 in order to get their digital offering sorted. If they'd had really spoken about their plans in a very clear manner, with diagrams and consultations, then they could have been challenged, and perhaps moved to something that didn't throw out most of their digital ambitions, and the goodwill of the gaming audience as well.

Valve didn't talk to gamers about this product, so gamers ignored it. Gamers would buy it if they bundled HL3/TF3/L4D3/Portal3, on a 3 month exclusivity period for SteamOS & Steam VR, though.

It's years later now, however. Now that VR is done, they may well do something else - no idea really, but Steam has done LOADS for gaming on Linux. There are now drivers for the new GPUs, a storefront that encourages Linux ports of games, and more will happen with Vulkan now, by the look of things.

It'll be interesting to see what the future brings.
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Ryze

2 months ago

@Ferfs

I know, but I stated it more as a barrier to success.

Bear in mind that EA games are NOT on the Windows store, as they're exclusive to Origin, but they obviously ARE on the Xbox. Deals could be struck.

Steam Machines & SteamOS need to be treated differently, with timed exclusives, and other special features that go beyond the desktop app.

Video apps (Twitch, Netflix, Amazon Video, etc) would help. It should really become the console equivalent of Android for phones.
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Ryze

2 months ago

I already wrote this on USgamer yesterday, so...

They done it wrong.

Needed 2 or 3 fixed hardware tiers with easy to understand brand identifiers, like iPhone numbers, so I'd suggest:

- Steam Engine mk I - to marginally improve on the PS4 spec (better CPU for 1080p/60 games) - at low cost. Should cost peanuts for this tier by now, especially with pre-owned machines, but there are none.
- Steam Engine mk II - to support entry level PC VR, so i5 / 970 spec or better, but FIXED (unless the user upgrades RAM etc),
- Steam Engine mk III - super powered Steam Engine for those with loads of cash - GTX1080(Ti), 16(32)GB RAM+ i7 CPU

Steam Engine mk. IV would be the next one down the line, and Mk. I, II & III would be revised with lower prices and more modern, cooler running / more power efficient / smaller form factor hardware of the same spec, as it becomes available.

The next part is the games - they NEEDED to bundle exclusive games with SteamOS / Steam machines.

If Left 4 Dead 3, Portal 3, Team Fortress 3 & Half-Life 3 all had a short SteamOS / Steam VR exclusivity period, then it would lead to a spike in Steam device sales, if it coincided with the release of the hardware.

As things were it was a complete mess as a hardware platform launch. Nothing was really done from the perspective of the gamer - there was no point in buying any of those random boxes.

We needed A STEAM ENGINE, not a bunch of random overpriced Linux PCs, that are hard to upgrade. It needed a unique and standard design. Yes - let other manufacturers make their own, and yes - make it easy to dual boot and install Windows 7/10 for those who want that, but make a standard system to sit next to the Xbox One X & PS4 Pro.

Next is EA - Valve needed to do a deal to bring EA games to SteamOS specifically, if not the Steam Windows app. To have a special Origin store section in SteamOS if necessary, but it would be silly to ignore games like Battlefield 1, FIFA and Battlefront, and still expect a hit product. Madden & NHL on SteamOS would have been essential for penetration in the US and Canada as well. It COULD have happened, but I don't reckon they even care at this stage. Ditto with Ubisoft unless they already have Linux versions available. Maybe do a deal with Sega to put a Sega branded store in there, with loads of well loved Sega exclusives such as their ARCADE GAMES over the past 30 years.

Ah well - good luck to them in their other endeavours, as they've done everything else well, generally.
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PlayStation VR is beginning to feel a bit like the Vita

Ryze

2 months ago

+1

Well done Sony. I nearly bought one a few weeks ago.

Soon...
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Grainger Games tells shops not to open, they are being closed

Ryze

2 months ago

@tt_rage

Exactly - needs to be like Waterstones on steroids. Doesn't need a lot of stock. Just high margin and high volume items. Everything else only needs one or two copies.

Loads of merch, food, drinks and games to play for a charge, however. Somewhere to hang out, socialise, host events and spend money.

Cater for impulse buyers, and those who want to socialise and buy things instantly without waiting for the post.

Of course, a large online presence would be helpful as well.
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Ryze

2 months ago

@skunkfish

That's great, but it's a different concept than a mainstream high street pub / cafe / bar.

Marvellous place, however.
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Ryze

2 months ago

Wow. when I discovered Grainger games, I found the place to be very interesting, and I almost always bought something. It felt a lot more like the old Gamestation, before the Game acquisition.

Still, these stores need to stock and sell less - just the rare, top selling and high margin items, and become social and event spaces nowadays.

I'd love to kick one of these off. Hmmm...
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Ryze

2 months ago

@chucklepie

CEX always stinks. Sad, really.
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Ryze

2 months ago

@FASELI

Sweet. I've no idea if 'following' has been thrown out in the site redesign, but it'd be nice to drop you a line to learn more about what you're doing and how you get on.

I may well look seriously at doing this, if I can find a suitable location in Manchester or elsewhere.
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Ryze

2 months ago

I do wish that someone would turn these stores into gaming pub / bars, that sold (less) games, hosted tournaments, sold snacks and meals, and had modern and retro cocaine EDIT: LOL - CONSOLE- and arcade games to play for a fee ala snooker, darts and the rest.

What would be the best method of raising the capital for such a venture, anyone?

I may ask in the forum, as I could probably consider something like this in the next few years.
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Why I don't understand YouTube: A middle-aged woman writes

Ryze

2 months ago

@Macing13

Thank you.
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Ryze

2 months ago

@IronCladChicken

The arcades were very much ALIVE for the majority of the 90s.

No idea where you were, but they were fucking HUGE until 1998-99.

The rest was anecdotal / subjective, so suit yourself.

I referred to WATCHING the news - as in TV news channels, which are entertainment and sensationalist to win and keep viewers, so you've done a good job at arguing against some other view, there. Congrats.
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Ryze

2 months ago

@JayG I watch MOST of my 80s / 90s game collection online, to find out about the things that I never discovered.

It's great to watch the devoted play something that they've mastered. I didn't have the time. Too much reading to do, and life to live.

I'd have been kicked off of hogging the telly much of the time.
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Ryze

2 months ago

@noboard

THIS.

Older people are just being silly dinosaurs.

How many people watch others playing poker or chess? Football and others? Countdown and other gameshows?

Sad criticism, really.
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Ryze

2 months ago

@higganos

It's interesting, but TBH there were plenty of 80s kids who would game non-stop as soon as they were allowed to, except on Spectrums, Amstrads, C64s STs and ESPECIALLY Amigas due to the 'quick' loading times and amazing game catalogue and piracy scene.

Many of these kids didn't read unless forced, either. Then the 90s happened and they moved to the 16-bit consoles, then the Playstation. I didn't even mention the kids who skipped school to spend all day in the Arcades.

Many good kids at bad schools did this in the 90s, and there were MANY bad schools. It's easy to look at the 'yoof' and assume that we're doomed, but those are extreme examples.

Not watching the news is a GOOD idea, as it's fucking garbage agenda fuelled nonsense. I'm trying HARD to wean myself off of it.
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WipEout on PSVR: an upgrade with no compromises?

Ryze

2 months ago

@riceNpea

WANT!
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The SD card and the vintage video game revolution

Ryze

2 months ago

@mastersly

Cheers!

One of the best things about all of this, is that we don't have to rush.

The rush involves grabbing things when they become available, before they go out of stock, disappear forever, or have a huge price bump due to rarity.

What I need to do, actually, is grab a C64, BBC, Atari ST & Atari 2600 while they're still affordable. I have the Dragon, Amstrad, Amiga and Sinclair machines, as things stand.

I also want an Atari 8-bit - like an XE or XL 800 or something. I have a Spectrum 48K, and a +3, so I need to get the 'best' version of the +2 at some point soon.

They're my goals for the next 24-48 months.

The systems that I own, are looking and running wonderfully. I'm really happy with them, and LOVE the games.

:D
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Ryze

2 months ago

@MrTomFTW

Ah! I thought I'd try my luck in case you had any new avenues of investigation! I'll keep an eye out, or just bite the bullet in the future, once my 3000 is sorted, and I sort out a 500 as well. I can imagine that 4000s must be ludicrously priced these days, then!

Fantastic advice, pal.

Cheers.
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Ryze

2 months ago

@mastersly

Oh, you've reached my goal!

I've got some of that stuff, and I'm well on my way to getting the rest.

All in time!

:D
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Ryze

2 months ago

@MrTomFTW

Just an amazing hobby, fella. I'm after an Amiga 1200, to do exactly what you've done right there.

For now, I need to keep myself occupied with this Amiga 3000 that I have next to me, and the crates of 200 or so disks, many of which no longer work.

I have years worth of work to do on this stuff.

Well done, and let me know if you see a 1200 going for a reasonable price anywhere.

Cheers.
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Toys R Us falls into administration

Ryze

2 months ago

@FASELI

THIS.

Your store would be a great social space, and coffee is high margin.

It'd be great to find a good quality supplier of gaming related T-shirts and basic/popular cosplay gear to sell at high margin as well.
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Ryze

2 months ago

@Games_Should_Be_Fun

So, we need a games store that sells coffee and snacks / meals, as well as gaming gear and fashion.

Cheap stuff and high margin stuff, but without a reliance on a huge amount of stock to avoid issues with ongoing credit.

Customers should pay for their time spent on games systems, as well as on buying gear.

hopefully that would work, if it's a friendly environment.
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PlayStation VR is getting a huge price drop

Ryze

2 months ago

Briliiant.

I only hope that eventually the Move wand will be upgraded with an analogue stick and 'L/R 1' button.

It's hardly rocket science to see whats missing there, controlwise. It's like the first PSP all over again.
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Quick quick, tickets for EGX 2018 are now on sale

Ryze

2 months ago

Hopefully Leeds or Manchester next year, as 9 years ago in Leeds was fantastic.

Not sure I'll go this year, as when I last went two years ago, it was all queues, so I didn't bother with one of my two days tickets, and just hung out in the retro area after checking the place out a few times.

Nothing I wanted to buy, either. Play Expo already does retro+arcade games, AND has me worried about overspending on the tonne of stalls selling things I wanted.

I can't even remember being tempted to buy anything when I was there.

We'll see...
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Seeing Burnout through fresh eyes

Ryze

2 months ago

@Flair19

It was likely the easiest of the Burnout games to remaster, hence the highest profit margin if the game doesn't sell well.

Silly really, as the longer they abandon Burnout 2, 3 & Legends for, is the longer it will suffer like Daytona vs. Ridge Racer, as brand awareness will fade.

'Younger people' have no idea what was special about B2 & B3 on the PS2 & Xbox, and Legends on the PSP, which was basically a compilation / highlights package. They'd involve more work to bring up to scratch (for said people), and an element of risk, as they've left the franchise to fade from view for a decade.

B3 was launched in 2004 - the same year as GTA San Andreas. I had a 1 year-old back then, and now she's thinking about GCSEs, college & uni.

She wouldn't even know what a Burnout is.
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Ryze

2 months ago

To join the children's angle - my daughter also loved LBPlanet when she was around 6-7 years old. It helped her with reading, as I'd play with her, but have her read to learn what she should do next. Hiring Stephen Fry for narration duties was a stroke of genius. It came to mind when he randomly appeared in Paddington Street Gardens right in front of me last summer!

The physics model did often leave her stumped, however, but I was there for that, as often was her cousin / my niece of the same age, on the 3rd controller. I can't say that I'm aware of a driving game that she was drawn towards, but she's definitely an former avid gamer. Now aged 15 and great with maths & language skills.

I'd have to have a good think about the games she was really into at age 4. Can't say I made gaming with her a priority back then (2007), but she did enjoy my retro and PC games (Lemmings, especially). My younger sisters loved The Simpsons Arcade game (4 player) using MAME back around the early/middle of the last decade.

I grabbed my 360 Elite in Oct 2007, and did PS2 & Xbox until then. PS3 in early 2009.
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Ryze

2 months ago

@mostro

If only gimps like you were actually funny...

Luckily, I don't need you to validate my comments. Who the ---- are you, anyway?
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Ryze

2 months ago

@RunFatty

Good. I'll block you and save you the hassle.
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Ryze

2 months ago

The continued gushing over this game shows why I only tend to do 'retro' these days.

It's really not worth me buying the games that are recommended, when I already own 1000 other games from 1985-2005 and beyond that I'd enjoy playing much more than the latest open world / online only games of today.

Tonnes of driving games I'd rather play, that exist only on older consoles or Arcade cabinets.

Shame.

I had fun in Paradise until I got tired of looking and finding where I was on that map in the corner.

I also got tired of smashing into walls when looking at said map and trying to take 90° corners.



I'll continue to focus on moving my favourite games of all time onto 1080p displays or modern systems.

Nice game engine and 'playground', however.

Nice article also. Reminds me of not being able to skip ahead to later 'chapters' in modern huge games that I've already played on other platforms, and don't have saved games for.

I don't need to 'cheat', just as some people don't need to deal with menus - I just want to skip past the annoyances in games that are filled with padding, and get to the parts that I enjoy. DVD Video managed it 20 years ago, but games haven't.

Biggest dealbreaker in buying full-priced games in the last generation - having tonnes of locked content but being forced to slog through a level that I'm simply not enjoying, and will abandon due to limited leisure time for gaming. Not worth £30-60 to 'play' an OCD chore, so I really understand this article in terms of the game's appeal to children, due to being a sandbox.

Grand Theft Auto is the same in terms of its sandbox gameplay, worryingly. I do wish that I could skip ahead several chapters in my PC versions of TBoGT, IV & V, however.
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Jelly Deals: Destiny Ghost Alexa Speaker discounted to £23 today

Ryze

2 months ago

It's not a standalone Alexa device.

No thanks.
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LG and BenQ monitors discounted today

Ryze

2 months ago

LOL

I refreshed the page expecting a few more comments, but I guess there isn't much excitement for advertorials!

Those are nice deals on screens, however.
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Burnout Paradise Remastered review - driving perfection

Ryze

2 months ago

No rotating minimap = no sale.

This game is still abandoned by me across 3 platforms.
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Sega Mega Drive Collection headed to PC, PS4, Xbox One

Ryze

2 months ago

@harryisme

Hear, hear
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The making of Shadow of the Colossus on PS4

Ryze

2 months ago

Love this stuff.

I really want to see a VR equivalent of Bluepoint, who make stellar VR modes - including spectator modes and short experiences, for the biggest games.
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