Your release date says today, but everywhere else says 8/25. Which is correct?
I’m very bored, very drunk, and very close to grabbing it. But even if I don’t now, it sounds more awesome than what I initially gathered about it. I’m mostly in.
“What? Unhappy is seven letters, not five!”
-me reading the first paragraph, realizing why I don’t do crossword puzzles
It’s always good to see more advancement being made in the area of multiplayer bots: not only does it allow more potential for larger-scale battles, but it also means one team isn’t automatically doomed by rage-quitters.
No, that was my low-effort shit-take. here’s the high-effort one. The one that an editor at a multimillion-dollar website should have done before they published this.
My problem is that he says the game is great, but never tells me why. And yeah, I DID read the whole review. It breaks down like this:
1. Intro paragraph… Read more
TL;DR - The game doesn’t play great, the loot doesn’t do anything, the leveling mechanics don’t operate intuitively, the map sucks, upgrading weapons is arbitrarily difficult, and all of this may just actually blow up your Xbox for all we know. BUT if you have a sufficiently-sized hard-on for cyberpunk minutiae, it’s… Read more
Hey, Kotaku. I’ve been in the video game industry for 12 years and have been following your blog as my favorite video game news source since, I believe, before that. I love what you do and think your voice is very important. You advocate for progressive ideals, call out things that others won’t, and generally say what… Read more
Thanks, but it’s helpful to include that in the post. I doubt most people start reading a post, immediately click out on the first link, then come back to finish reading if it’s a platform they play on.
Would you please include the platform(s) the game is available on?
they literally talk about how someone is making the game at the end of the article lol
This is kinda BS considering the price point plus Sonos' sales pitch is based on interoperability of the products. Backwards compatibility should be the starting point for their engineers.