I mean, Dragon Age Inquisition came out seven years ago and we still haven’t seen a legitimate trailer for the next one. It’s apparently been in pre-production for the last six years or so.
Honestly I wish more media did this. Rarely, if ever, is a trilogy satisfying. The third is almost never the best, and the second is simply a jumping point to that finale and its plot suffers from it. Read more
and while the main processor may well [get] a few degrees hotter, there is no evidence that this presents anything worth worrying about, assuming you are keeping your PS5 in a well-ventilated area. Read more
I really liked the first one and tried to sell my brother on it. His response was less than enthusiastic, and I never actually got him to play it. I feel like I didn’t explain well enough how the conversation system and the atmosphere together were unlike any game I’ve played. Read more
That was EXACTLY what went through my head when I read it, too.
Actually it’s just a difference in business philosophy. Some businesses are content to cut prices to get more units shipped. Others maintain a premium price point in order to convince customers that it’s worth every penny. Nintendo is the Apple of the videogame world, while most other publishers are more the Android. Read more
I’m not sure what you consider “features”, but on my Series X there are substantial visual upgrades and better performance tailored to the Series X upgrade version. It’s not simply running on better hardware. It’s a game tailored to the hardware capable of ray tracing, native 4K/HDR, 60-120FPS, etc. When I was on… Read more
It absolutely is a fair compromise if you consider those your only options. The problem is that their direct competition across the street is doing the same thing for free. So naturally any PS4 owner looking to get a PS5 would want their console manufacturer of choice to match. That’s why competition is good for the… Read more
Nah I did before posting. It’s just a shame that it’s procedurally generated, for me. I clicked the article because it mentioned storytelling, then it immediately highlighted a game development trend that’s antithetical to storytelling.
When I worked retail we had this specific problem a few times. Basically, someone returns an item not matching the proof of purchase in an attempt to scam their way into getting the item they actually did purchase for free. So, say, buy a new TV in the morning, “return” your broken TV later in the day. Keep the new TV… Read more