almost as cool as “Kickpuncher”
I feel like it’s kind of a short term fix though. They really need to continue forward with the digital sharing feature. That was arguably the most “Next Gen” thing about the console.
Now it’s just basically a prettier 360 that can’t play any of my 360’s games. Digital distribution is the future. Now we have to deal with discs for another 7 or 8 years. Hopefully they will allow it down the road.
Well, technically you can if you bootcamp but I understand your sentiment.
I’ve had access to Dota 2 for a while but I don’t think I’ve ever used it because it’s such a hassle to have to stop what I’m doing and restart my Mac to boot into Windows. It’s the main reason I play LoL over Dota.
Good point. It’s likely to only be Microsofts 1st party titles that even attempt to use the Kinect to any degree other than voice commands or flailing arms.
Although, and I’m just playing devils advocate here, it is possible that if those 1st party titles do make good use of it then developers could very well focus their games with great Kinect support first. Then essentially port thier titles to the PS4 while missing some of the titles most interesting functionality. It would look more appealing on the Xbox One than it would on the PS4.
The PC and next-generation console versions will support up to 66 players
Wow. I no longer feel the need to build a PC anymore to play this game. Next gen consoles here I come!
I hope they can pull that off in Battlefront 3 (BF3?) too.