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It will be more “theme park” (as you put it). However, that is only temporary. VR is still in an infancy phase, and once it grows and becomes popular and a viable business venture, more and more companies will begin to invest their resources into the projects. Right now there isn’t a market for wide expansion of VR. It could be years before it takes off, but once it does you’ll began to see the product catch up with the technology. And games will become outstanding.
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Great point, I agree that developers aren’t doing enough for large co-op parties to participate. However, I also think gaming culture has evolved to be less social. I mean, when I was in High School, I was meeting 4-5 people a week via online in-game chat. Now? No one. Probably because the new party and chat system in place on the Xbox and Sony systems. So your point that most people who have groups will be in those rather than in-game chat is totally valid. It just seems like it’s so much harder to meet new people just by playing these days.
You don’t think so? Arcades were really before my time, but people used to still go when I was younger. And, well, during middle and high school hanging out sometimes involved just going over to someone’s house to chill and play games. I just feel that no one really games for social interaction anymore. You can play multiplayer, but who actually talks and gets into conversations with people on their team?
I totally understand that some people play games to get away from others, and your right, nothing wrong with that. But it can’t be such a massive part of the gaming population, can it?
Of course, I talk about how gaming was also such a big part of hanging out with your friends in the same room. Go over to someone’s house, there would be like 30 people passing around a controller, just chillin’. But as people get older, we all separate and get busy and can’t do stuff as much anymore.
I have 21 Xbox One games, not counting the few arcade titles I own. And not all fit on the 500gb HDD, so probably like 17 of those fit.
Well, since the November release of the new consoles, I’ve bought: Tomb Raider, Watch Dogs, Assassin’s Creed IV, Call Of Duty: Ghosts, Forza 5, Sniper Elite III, Wolfenstein: The New Order, Trials Fusion, The Amazing Spiderman 2, Metal Gear Solid: Ground Zeroes, Titanfall, NBA Live 14, Thief, Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare, Rayman Legends, Dead Rising 3, Battlefield 4, Ryse: Son Of Rome, FIFA 14, Need For Speed: Rivals, & Madden 25.
All of those were full price, but I have OCD and can’t buy games that are used, cause it drives me nuts. So I guess it depends on the player. Used games are the better deal if you don’t mind waiting a few weeks after the game drops. But really you would just have to take a survey and put it on some kind of data sheet to really see what the statistics are.
No, your reading too much into what they said. They mentioned that they were “interested in” E-Sports. And that they were wanting to start pushing the series in that direction. And they delivered on that. The spectator mode, and the series is making way into the competitive market. You can’t expect it to match what COD had accomplished in that field right off the bat, but it’s done a decent job dabbling in it.
Sort of, “The Palace” pack was what I got with it pre-ordering from GameStop, but the “Signature Shot” and the “Breakthrough” packs were both pre-order bonuses from Best Buy and Amazon(?) (I think Amazon, maybe Walmart). So there’s really no ‘new’ content here. Hopefully, while included in the Season Pass, maybe it doesn’t take the place of one of the DLC packs?