Considering that pretty much all their games recently have been given away via SCEE’s PS+, why not?
That they aren’t bundled on the Vita doesn’t mean that there can’t by cross-buy. They are free to offer keys and packages in whichever combination it pleases them.
Vita versions are only separated due the file size.
Any idea if the FFX bundle will support cross-buy? Would appreciate if they wouldn’t force me to chose one version.
I somehow would like to see their top 10 of the worst prototypes.
Just for the sigh of relief that those didn’t come true. And for the lolz of course.
I understand that it isn’t easy to create good trailers for each game, but this … ouch!
Missing the days when first (or final) impressions of a Final Fantasy title managed to excite me. There are worlds between THIS and the kind of Ni No Kuni.
Besides, they should rename it to FF XIII Recyclotron. We are used to Square Enix using the same music all over, we even experienced pretty much the same graphics for some time. But that FF XIII saga is a whole new level of recycling.
He did nothing but review the review. And it seems that you mind reviews that don’t agree with your personal view too. So welcome aboard.
It’s not a score that grants developers a bonus. ;)
True, but for Thabass I had to act as if he was serious.
But maybe JOaRiDrAN has just the opinion that Polygon is hipster? I think opinions aren’t a one-sided affair.
In other words we shouldn’t really care about reviews because they lack standards. Probably the best advise here.
Well yeah, they don’t offer their (almost) complete library at once as Steam often enough does. But they are getting better. SCEA has done sales well for some time already, SCEE has shown signs of improvement this year.
And one thing that you should like about digital games are sales, indie bundles and services as Playstation Plus. Not to mention that games as Limbo probably wouldn’t exist wihout the digital market.
I dare say that the advantages outdo your little problem by far.
Fair point, accepted. :)
Handhelds are a different topic imho. Hardware power matters less and Nintendo had only the PSV as a direct competition.
And I don’t know how they did it, but they somehow seem to have convinced Square Enix not to port their handheld titles.
Alas, changes nothing about the devastating condition of the Wii U.
Warren is right, they shouldn’t be underestimated in their capability make some good money.
But honestly, even their mastery in game design doesn’t change the fact that they are incredibly poor about creating new IP.
Seriously, how much more often should I want to play Mario, Zelda, Metroid, Mario Kart, StarFox, Kirby, Donkey Kong and Pokemon? Again and again and again? What they do is brilliant, but rarely fresh.
Adding the poor hardware, poor third party support – I can only credit Nintendo once more that they achieve terrible results considering how great their games are. The wasted opportunity is unbelievable.
You misunderstood him. He didn’t mean that Valve wouldn’t support Linux, he doubted the impact that Steam supporting Linux would have.
Because as long as gamers freak out just because someone works for EA, they deserve to be defended.
Thank You! You managed to write what I was too lazy to contribute. ;)
The price isn’t really a valid argument in this context.
Of course PCs experience generations too. It’s just far more complex to define than in the case of consoles and thus not viable. But yeah, consoles can be a generation ahead in specific hardware and architecture parts.
For what? Some more shooters?
Koenigsegg please, not Koenigseggon.
Awh, I hope multiplayer is just optional. Game looks interesting and I want to play it without depending on others.