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This is good news. Neil and Bruce are at the top of their game. The reason why U2 and TLoU was great is because of them. They were even involved in U1.
I noticed a lot of immersion-breaking loading screens when I watched a walkthrough of the first hour of the PS4 game on YouTube, exactly the same as the 360 version which is disappointing when you consider than the PS4 has 16X more memory than the last-gen systems. At one point, there were two 15-20 second loading screens within 30 seconds of each other!
So why is it wrong that people like a game whose main mechanic is a screen tap? Quite unbelievable that so many find it and its creator so offensive in unison across this thread.
He's been getting complaints from angry birds.
People need to STOP having GOD Complexes with some people. There are a LOT more people involved than just that one person.
And what of the rabid fanboys who think this is Jesus On A Stick amplified through a rainbow? Goes both ways. I'm genuinely interested to see if they ever solve the motion sickness problem. 'Should' and 'will' are not 'have'.
Games now seem to have to be stuffed full of unnecessary combat and too many characters, with the winning formula of solo exploration and puzzle platforming feeling watered down. Even newer Tomb Raider games are guilty of this, such as Legend.
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