I can’t wait for the Upload Studio super cut of all the “fucks” currently in all the M rated games out at launch.
GT – Mr French85
Do you not count Halo? The Division? Those are going to be the big fall games. I think it’s going to be plenty busy.
You can also create an embed code for any file (picture, video, etc) you have on Skydrive, which makes sharing your videos to something like a blog (or Tumblr in my case) very easy, and very cool.
Yeah, as long as they keep gaming achievements and media achievements separate, I don’t see the harm in it. If they could tie this into Netflix and have my profile show milestones for things like “watched The West Wing in its entirety”, I think that’d be pretty cool.
If this is the same kind of 7.5 that The Last of Us received (currently my personal game of the year), color me excited.
That. Looks. Sexy.
Jeff Gerstmann recently made an excellent point that the reason he doesn’t feel comfortable reviewing and giving Killzone a score yet is because the game isn’t officially out until tomorrow and the online multiplayer component hasn’t been fully tested. Now I’m not Killzone fan and don’t plan to pick it up anyway, but it’s a valid point for why places like Polygon should have maybe held their reviews until the full contents of the box/digital download could be properly played.
Except TitanFall was never a launch game..
I don’t think tablet gaming is as irrelevant as you say, but it’s so completely different than console gaming that just like you I roll my eyes every time it’s brought up in comparison to console gaming. They are two very different beasts. I like playing high fidelity games with precise controls on a 50+ inch TV from the comfort of my couch. Don’t get me wrong, I love my iPad, but it’s simply no replacement for the 5.1 surround sound High Def home console experience.
I’d also love to see some numbers regarding the market share PC gaming has vs. console gaming. The fact of that matter is that PC gaming still costs about twice as much as console gaming, can be more difficult in how much “fiddling” is required, and doesn’t have that ease of use that console gaming has. I just want something that works, on my TV, every time. I don’t want to ever have to crack open my console to dust it or check connections. That’s the allure, and it’s an allure I don’t think will be going away anytime soon.
As a novice fighting gamer who has recently been equally interested and intimidated to enter the fighting game arena (all my friends play but I’m the Taco of the group), I’d never thought of the move list snap idea. That’s fucking brilliant. I was excited about jumping into something like Killer Instinct and learning my way through moves, so that’s going to help immensely.