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Problem with these morphs is that none of the controllers are to size. The PS4 controller is bigger than its predecessors and the Xbox Duke is HUGE whereas all Xbox controllers after it are far smaller.
There’s a reason why “FUBAR” and "Whiskey Tango Foxtrot " exist though.
I think people forget that it took almost a decade for the Xbox 360 to get where it is today and since the Xbox One is far more flexible, we don’t want a carbon copy as a starting point as you waste time tearing down old conceptions before building new stuff. As such, we are going to be waiting a while I think. Bugfixes will likely come sooner, but major features probably won’t even be announced until E3 if they aren’t already public today.
Or that the Year of Luigi will actually be a full year.
I support this.
Instant switching between games is a big reason why I think buying games on discs is done for. I just wish more places besides just Microsoft would sell digital games. I’d be happy to buy a retail box that was just a digital code to download.
If the system cost $381 to build and they are selling it at retail for $399, then Sony is absolutely loosing money. Retailers obviously aren’t going to take a loss on a product, so there’s no way Sony is getting that $18. Plus, you forget about research and development, paying employees, business taxes, shipping and distribution, and patent licensing and they are probably loosing $50 per unit. It’s not quite the heavy losses with the PS3 at $200+ per unit! but it’s still a loss.
Sony has shown little confidence in that department though. The PS3 UI hasn’t changed in 7 years. What’s worse is that because of Playstation Plus and digital downloads, I have 83 games in my Playstation 3 game folder and no way to sort them alphabetically. >_<
If a system’s primary purpose is to play games, and you still need Plus to play multi-player, does it matter if you need Plus for Netflix? At least on day one, no one is buying a $400-500 console for its media functions.
Agreed, Watch Dogs should just ditch current-gen versions. At some point, you start holding yourself back because current-gen can’t handle what your game designer is thinking of.
Well, hardware and software aren’t the same.
Difference is that the Ninja Gaiden series has never been sold for children, quite the opposite actually. And anyone buying the game knows they are doing so for its brutal difficulty.