RealmRPGer
RealmRPGer
RealmRPGer
Sep 18
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Could be, tho I’m pretty sure he has wings, which would lean slightly more Bahamut.

Sep 18
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I would just like to reiterate that that summon looks like some kind of unholy offspring of Ifrit and Bahamut... Bahifrit.

Sep 17
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Me personally, I’m looking forward to finally having a single USB-C cable to charge all my devices.... Except you, iPhone (evil stare)

Sep 17
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Quick question: Is there any way for me to send money directly to the developers, then receive a copy of this game as a “gift”?

Sep 17
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Right? I mean, why doesn’t Amazon just let us “request” a pre-order in advance, then give us a ping when our unit has been allocated and ready for purchase?

Sep 17
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I saw a really nice breakdown of the trailer that went over a lot of apparently new engine tech. The water physics, for example, are quite impressive. Creating breaking crests and responding to the volume of objects entering/leaving, etc. It could be quite taxing on PS4 hardware.

Sep 17
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I would like to note that GoW’18 is partially famous for “no load times.” I could certainly see them wanting to continue that tradition with GoW2, and the types of environments you can create with that criteria for PS5 vs PS4, is quite a massive difference. Read more

Sep 17
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My bigger guess is that Sony simply has already-laid plans: Show Horizon in 2020, show God of War in 2021. But they also wanted to drum up some excitement before release, so they decided to give us a GoW stinger in 2020 and then gameplay in 2021. A lot of people were predicting a God of War sequel for around 2021 over Read more

Sep 17
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It’s in the ad, an SNES controller for $14.99. So at least one thing was cheaper back then!

Sep 17
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Your analogy went back to the original Wal-Mart-based analogy, which I was directly refuting to begin with.

Sep 17
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Aw man, and here I thought being grown up meant I could finally buy at launch!

Sep 17
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I got a 2% raise. =(

Sep 17
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It’s not the Final Fantasy I was wanting, but I’ll take it nonetheless!

Sep 17
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It’s a representational analogy, so it only makes sense in the context I gave it. But you may not have heard the original Wal-Mart-based analogy that I was referring to, so it’s fine.

Sep 17
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On the other hand, a controller cost $15!

Sep 17
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Donkey Kong Country had small demand?

Sep 17
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With the switch to CD’s, games started to cost a fairly flate-rate $50. Every price increase since then has been based on that model.

Sep 17
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Wow, is this real? I had an SNES, so my mom must have been ecstatic when she found out every game for that PlayStation I wanted was $50.

Sep 17
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It looks like you missed the analogy. Appleville is the OS surrounding the App Store, for which there is no equivalent on Epic’s part.