I think over the last gen people either forgot what a demo was or its kids who only had a 360/PS3 and never had demos(which is possible, considering both are what, 7 or 8 years old now? That means a 10 year old at release is 17 or 18 today).
I always went with Karen as a kid, except I went with Ann one time. I didn’t know Karen leaves if you don’t choose her. I felt so bad, started a new game.
Harvest Moon 64 might be in my top 10 games of all time. I know all the ins-and-outs for it by heart still. One of the best gaming joys I get even in today’s multi-million dollar game budget is sitting down, pop in HM64, and play a season or two a night.
If you have a WiiU, the SNES one is on the VC. Friends of Mineral Town(GBA) is really good, and the PS3 store has a few of their PS1 and PS2 games available
2/3 of those cartoons were pretty good though.
Sega Nintendo TV Tuner!
But is this really the image/game that you’d want to portray for your console?
just the shipped
Handle with care
I think Sony has some solid exclusive games, probably better than Xbox overall, but really to say Xbox’s exclusives can’r compete with Sony’s is kinda pushing it. Halo 2 HD will probably outsell the entire inFamous series. Both have solid first party games.
I mean yeah, not saying the PS4 has had less sales here.
Like seriously guys, any more of these hot takes and you’re going to burn down the site.
That’s odd, especially in financial reports to shareholders they would need to re-adjust the cash flows back to shipped numbers anyway.
Sony uses shipped too. pretty much every manufacturer does, as they make their money selling to 2nd hand stores like Amazon and Gamestop, not directly to the consumer.
Thats a serious hot take you got there. Don’t burn yourself with that scorcher.
In other news, the Flyers just offered the NHL 14 Disk used in the simulation a $30 mill contract for 6 years. Still probably can play defense better than MacDonald.
kinda a niche game to begin with. Maybe if the first Uncharted wasn’t such a bust, we’d see more games like that, or maybe is the sales were better we’d see more AAA games, or maybe it’s just that the majority of people don’t want a “console on the go”(even most of the people here that love the Vita only play the ports and non AAA games).
I bought Animal Crossing digitally because it was a game I would play “every day”, now I can’t think of why I would buy a portable game physically ever again. kinda wish all my older 3DS games were bought on the eShop(well, maybe not Fire Emblem, because those games hold up their value really well).
I didn’t know the Vita was dying?
Sales figures? Like I said above, just because a few individual people really like something doesn’t make it a bust.
But the question was what would entice more people to buy the Vita, and I gave my answer for what would make me buy one. I’m sure it’s good for you, I have a WiiU and love it. But just because I like it doesn’t mean it’s without faults and can’t be made better for more mass appeal.
1) Not really
2) don’t have a PS4 yet(though Im thinking about it, but don’t see the need to play games on the go when I have a million other portable systems with great games)
3) Ports are fine, but when I can buy FFX HD for my already in house PS3 for $40, or buy a Vita, FFX HD, an expensive memory card, and all that is about $350, then yeah, It’s not a benefit.
games that aren’t ports really. Only original game that interest me for it is Gravity Rush. Yeah, persona and FFX are good, heck, great games, but I can play them on my PS3 too. Yet to find a game that makes me say “yes, I need that game!”.
Well in 1998, I just didn’t know or care about games like Phantasy Star, too busy playing Altered Beast and Golden Axe. As for Chrono Trigger, I’ve played and loved it, but that was years after this fact. Didn’t get a SNES until a few years ago actually, first played Trigger on an emulator and then downloaded it from the Virtual Console. I did have Dragon Warrior on my NES, but I was 6 or 7 when I first played it.
I’ve gone back and played most of the classics, but outside of Pokemon, my love for JRPG’s grew the most in the Dreamcast/PS2/Gamecube era.