Obviously they wouldn’t put him on their game first, that’d be too obvious. Listen, this is a completely watertight theory. I’ve thought about it for at least ten seconds.
Hey, Dorito Pope is there.
Great, now I’m going to be disappointed if it’s not. :c
Troy Baker is too awesome to be real. So I have decided that he’s in fact not real, but a CG construct by Naughty Dog.
Got in late, but I’m really enjoying it.
Apparently, enabling the 30fps lock on The Last of Us Remastered also gives you better looking shadows. Which is nice I suppose, that they’re bothering to use the extra freed resources on something.
I’m still worried about how stable the game will be when unlocked tho.
I’d say it’s better waiting for it to be featured on PS+. I haven’t really played it. Started it a couple of times, and both times I just couldn’t get myself to keep playing very long. :/
Except the beta is running at different resolutions. If the video was recorded externally(neither console’s gameplay recording feature is good enough for analyzing quality, much less for doing comparisons) and the video player wasn’t terrible, you’d be able to see the difference. You can’t see it here, because the video is a blurry, compressed mess.
I could make a sketch of what I think that scene looked like, but I don’t think I would be allowed to post it here. :p
This is silly. Whatever issues Xbox Live, PSN and Steam have had over the years, the benefits to having these services vastly outweigh them.
Hey, the Steam Controller now has an analog stick, apparently.
Finished Shovel Knight yesterday. Really fun game. Was expecting it to be a bit longer, but on the whole I feel I got my money’s worth.
9 7.5/10, would play again.
Also the ending was adorable.
That’s what you think it means, but it’s not actually what it means. Closed Beta only implies it’s restricted to a select group of people, it doesn’t have anything to do with whether there’s an NDA involved or not. Open Beta implies it’s open to the public.
You must not like many things, I take it?
That comparison makes no sense. He’s also not blaming DRM for piracy, rather saying that DRM doesn’t actually prevent it and that the best strategy against piracy is offering a good service rather than making the experience worse for your paying customers.
Sadly I can’t hear that quote ever again without thinking about this.