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But that’s also the case with our current physical and digital game libraries.
A lot of physical games have built in DRM that won’t function anymore once the clients are shutdown. A bunch of my old physical PC games no longer can be installed because the CD-key authentication service has been retired.
And buying games through steam/origin/uPlay/PSN/XboxLive.. etc.. all those purchases are basically subscriptions. once that service goes under, so does your game library.
Just let this agenda go, man… It’s embarrassing.
On a related note the game is utterly fantastic and totally gorgeous. You know, a full package? Visuals and gameplay? Unlike uncharted 4.
So shove that in your tech analysis, kiddo.
I think that’s a pretty terrible video. Gears 5’s feels more intense to me, thanks to some stunning environmental wor.
I will say weapon sounds in the game are pretty terrible, though Gears guns have always sounded pretty weak (the Lancer in particular).
Assassins Creed Origins, Destiny 2, Star Wars Battlefront 2 and Doom.
Desperately trying to finish Origins. The map is huge.
For the first time, I’m looking forward to TGS more than I did for this years E3 and Gamescom.
This will be glorious!
Seems Some people can get away with anything
The only thing the lineup is kinda missing is a decent multiplayer game, like contra or whatever.
I played through half of WH40k Space Marine via streaming and strongly disagree. Unless we manage to finagle lightspeed network technology into existence, there’s always going to be a use for local hardware running with minimal input lag and compression artifacting.
And, call me crazy, but I find the jump-in-jump-out thing fuels some unhealthy habits when it comes to consuming games. The desire to dig into a title and savour it drops off a cliff when the opportunity cost of trying something shiny and new is basically zero.
Sunset Overdrive. Its just pure fun.
There’s a story but the game doesnt tell you anything about the background of the city (living in dystopian world), its just a crazy mission after another.
No. Sony and Nintendo use it to sell their systems and thus far, it’s proved to be effective on that front. I’m glad they did it but MS putting putting their major franchises on PC gives me a pretty good reason not to turn on my Xbox One. And for a company selling consoles, even if they’re chasing the cloud/streaming/whatever future, is probably not a good idea for the future of Xbox consoles. Then again, they’re trying to make Xbox a service rather than a console and that makes sense for them given their objective. But for me, when next gen rolls around it just makes me want to get a new graphics card rather than a Xbox.