In the same universe? All these games are connected, that counter won’t work.
And I’m not so committed to my point. I did say it was only semi bogus. I just hate the same map complaint. I get repetition, but bringing the map into it is stupid. It’s the same city in the same world with not a lot of time between them. It’s going to look the same.
Exactly. It doesn’t happen a lot, but enough that this headline is bad.
That’s a semi bogus complaint anyway. The game is happening in the same city, how different can it really look?
Sounds like a bit of all three. And we’ll add a failure to understand what Kickstarter is to the list.
And from the look of the comments, this video isn’t helping matters at all.
Not just BF4, but also Sim City.
No online only game should be fully reviewed pre-launch. Going to the event is fine and dandy, but the review should be held or updated a day or two after launch with the actual launch conditions.
These review conditions are no different than Sim City and BF4. The only logic that holds up is the smaller base hopefully not breaking everything. Sim City and BF4 were on the actual servers, too.
Not sure if your math skills are lacking, understanding of the word lifetime is off base, or you just have ridiculous entitlement issues.
amazon.com wasn’t profitable for more than half a decade. R & D takes years to show itself profitable, if it ever does.
Your kind of short-sightedness is why public companies gimp themselves trying so hard to never look beyond just the next quarter.
They’re still the publisher, and the publisher always has a say.
SimCity and BF4 are both EA published games. If you guys are seriously thinking that there is no connection here, I feel for you.
The concern is legitimate, and this isn’t a real beta. That doesn’t mean the game automatically sucks. smalls is making a valid point.
That’s the upload’s fault. I’ve watched perfectly crisp 1080p on youtube. They didn’t provide a very good sample, it seems, or it’s being allowed to play while youtube’s servers are still working on it.
I’ve only ever seen refillable cash cards.
Oink offers the tracking, which I’ve not heard of being offered before. If it didn’t have to be specially accepted, I could see it really taking off.
Like maybe in the spring? They’ve announced a general timeline, just nothing specific yet. But since spring is still a little ways away, I’ll give them a pass for now.
It becomes the original again.
They never really got DX11 to work properly.