For the record, I think the Xbox 360/One controller is better than the Dual-Shock 3 (I have large hands) but again, nothing is going to beat the PS4’s controller for me.
Well as long as we’re throwing opinions around, I think the PS4 controller beats the Xbox One’s by a landslide.
Seriously, the PS4 controller feels like if you managed to distill sex and turn it into a console peripheral. So good.
"[…] and didn’t realize he wouldn’t be able to play Halo."
I know you addressed it, but damn. That’s hilarious.
At first I thought that the people who sold their PS3s would be a significant part of this study (as is addressed in the article) but then I realized that even though I’ve had the PS4 for awhile now I still have my PS3 and use it all the time, as do most of my friends with PS4s.
I’m with you. I pretty much play exclusively online, and I’m always pleasantly surprised when there are still people playing nowadays. It’s not just an interactive art-piece for me, it’s also usually a profound multiplayer experience.
An influx of new players is exciting, as is the prospect of starting over with everybody else.
That’s what I thought! The game is already beautiful, so it’s not so much the up-port I’m anticipating but the influx of new players and people to share the…ahem…Journey, with. Even nowadays though, the PS3 version still gives me some awesome and unique multiplayer experiences.
Yeah, it’s not even funny now.