It’s true we’ll have to wait to see what happens at E3, but based on what we know it seems like we’re going to see more indies gravitate towards Sony considering their free to publish policy.
As a result we might see a bigger crop of innovative games on the PS4 more so than on the Xbone, (yeah that’s what I’m calling it). That’s going to be more enticing to gamers than TV functionality.
Whoa! Whoa! Whoa!…Somebody mentioned the Ouya?
Man, I didn’t look at that shit.
Yeah the gameplay got old after a while. Flashlight, burn, shoot. Wash, rinse, repeat. I really dug the atmosphere and setting though.
I just wish it was more like Twin Peaks and less like the shooter it ended up being.
I’ll take this info as a quantum of solace.
In all seriousness my main motivation for asking this question was to get somebody to make an “aw snap” joke. Ha!
Is anybody really going to start using the term “snap” in regards to the Xbox One’s operating system?
Anybody have any quantum theories about what this game is about? So little was shown. It’s a real quantum conundrum. Did I really see this or was it all a quantic dream? Somebody help me out. Give me a quantum of solace!
And the arm hair! HOW COULD YOU FORGET HD ARM HAIR?!?!?!?
I’m guessing many of those exclusives are going to be kiddy Kinect games. Get ready to start jumping around and knocking over your Kinect sensor!
Beyond Good and Evil 2 would be nice to see.
A new game from Valve would be nice (though it’s more likely Valve would have something for their Steambox).
Check out a Nintendo press conference and you’ll have your answer.
Here’s the thing:
I don’t have a problem turning my TV on with a remote. My thumb works amazingly well.
I don’t have a problem flipping channels with a remote. My thumb works amazingly well.
I don’t want to talk to my TV. My thumb works amazingly well.
I don’t watch so much TV that I need a TV guide to look up what’s on.
I don’t want to use Bing on my TV. I don’t want to use Bing period.
I don’t want to use Internet Explorer on my TV. I don’t want to use Internet Explorer period.
I don’t want to use my TV to do an internet search.
I don’t want to use my TV to listen to music.
I don’t want to watch some hilariously badly acted, poorly produced, direct to video Halo TV show.
I don’t watch sports.
I don’t “play” fantasy football, baseball, basketball, etc…
I don’t Skype.
I don’t Skype while watching movies.
I don’t multitask when watching a movie, because yes I’m watching the movie!
I don’t want to clutter up my entertainment center, (really just a coffee table), with an obtrusive Kinect box.
And finally, I don’t want to pay the zillion dollars Microsoft needs to charge to cover the costs of all this crap I don’t care about just so I can play the video games I DO care about.
Call of Doggy.
Money. It’s always about money.
I guess Microsoft has bigger fish to fry.
An even better twist would be if the dog unzipped himself and revealed the he was Captain Price all along.
I’m a little confuse about how we’re supposed to set up the the Kinect. Is it supposed to hang off the end of a table?
Well Sony might have the upper hand, but Microsoft and COD have the arm hair.
But you know what’s more sad? When the dog dies in this game.
Call of Duty: The Last Guardian!
Sounds like something overheard at Burning Man.
Will arm hair be a timed exclusive to Xbox?
It depends on what those exclusives are. You can bet a good handful of them will be Kinect focused games that won’t appeal to core players. Most won’t be Japanese made games, or indies because this is Microsoft we’re talking about, and most will probably be shooters be again this is Microsoft we’re talking about.
Then again I could be totally wrong. We’ll have to wait and see.
Xbox One? Pfffttt! More like Xbox lost! Wait…that doesn’t work as well as when spoken.
Anyone want to weigh in now that we’ve see the Xbox One?