Sony’s backward compatibility with the PlayStation 4 from PS3 has nothing to do with a lack of pressure or desire to do so in the present time. It has everything to do with their attempts to make the PS3 as unorthodox to program for as possible in the hopes that they’d secure exclusives without having to buy them.
Awesome. Enslaved: Odyssey to the West was the one I was waiting for the most. It’s also on PS Now but I wasn’t sure about the viability of streaming.
Honestly, Planet Hollywood (and/or Hardrock) should fully embrace the nostalgia of it. Nowadays, 80s and 90s themed popups are all the rage among young folks, influencers, and older folks looking to relive a moment of their younger years.
Agree 100%! I am an Xbox fan and this showing was outstanding. I think they learned from their mistakes last year by revealing (too early) numerous titles that were still in production or overhyping titles that fell flat (Anthem). They stuck to their lanes (Gears and Halo) and made abundantly clear that, with the…
Exactly, everyone going on about how disappointing this was is neglecting that in past years the last year of a console’s life span has been even more spartan. I suspect they are getting all the infrastructure announcements out of the way so next year they can focus entirely on the Scarlett and a huge launch slate.…
For me, they won this year by having PSO2!
Pretty solid gatekeeping you’ve got there.
You seem fun.
I dunno, maybe it’s just because I expected nothing, but I saw a lot of stuff I liked. Much more than I expected.
Testing is a big part of it, also you’re sharing assets from more than one team.
Let’s be honest, what difference does it make? Does it result in lost sales? The reality is that the game industrial complex is going to obsessively cover all this crap anyway for the legions who love that stuff and 95% of gamers are going to forget about all this until the game releases and reviews come out...E3…
*To the tune of the Game of Thrones theme*
“The aforementioned Elite, Wilhelm Franke, whose name we’re changing is not a Nazi, but a German solider similar to ones we already have in the game,” EA told Vice. “In Battlefield V, we’re not making any political statements in relation to the real life events of WW2 and there are no swastikas in the game.”
Well, two of those shows are sequels so they aren’t considered for the list, and the other ones most of the authors making this list thought were mediocre (but some people liked them, just they didn’t think they were good enough for the list). We have dozens of people from across the world who write on this blog and…
MS said outright last year at E3 that they were working on next-gen hardware. Obviously if you’re a pc player then you don’t need it, but the console population has not diminished at all and as such a new console will definitely have its audience.
It’s that weird thing where Halo Reach’s campaign was such a let-down to me - the story was weak and barely made sense. I still don’t know why important communication arrays on Humanity’s core planet are basically shacks in a mountain, and why humanity’s center of military might has so much dilapidated farmland…
I call b.s.
Maybe from an aerodynamics standpoint, but they had completely different drivetrains. And they still tested for almost two years before they ran it.
They were way slower because they never had a working hybrid system, so they were about 500 horsepower down and lacking AWD on the other teams. I still maintain they could have had a competent car with another year of testing before entering the series (like Porsche did).
Well, that settles it. They both suck.