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@ophelja

You are part of the reason third party developers are abandoning the Wii U.

They see a bunch of Wii U owners basically saying "we could care less if we don't get any of your games"- and that just encourages other developers to jump ship with them.



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Mostly with how the game is able to make people feel powerful when they get a Titan, but with the way they designed the soldiers to be so maneuverable, it doesn't feel like an unfair advantage to be on foot.


You're never mismatched, but your constantly being forced to reassess you strategy and act accordingly.


It's hard to describe, but I emphasize that is what makes it so unique.

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@Zoza24

please stop comparing PC to consoles.

A PC can have a million different configurations that are better or worse than consoles.

PC is a platform with no defined power or specifications.

Stop.

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Frame rate and resolution matter.


But people want these things so much developers who seek to reach that goal often ditch things such as


High Dynamic Range Rendering

Motion Blur

Distortion Effects

Texture Transparency

Soft Light Bloom

Advanced Ambient Occlusion



And it's absolute MADNESS

People are such elitists about high frame rate standards, but this elitism ironically ignores the more advanced and nuanced things that make graphics truly great.

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@Revelstone


So, when gamespot reviews a game, they need to go back and look at thousands of scores to make sure every game is scored according to a clear hierarchy?

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The same people who go to a strip club because they enjoy the food there :P



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Combat in this game is so shallow its literally intellectually insulting.


Can't say I didn't have some good moments playing through it, but it was mostly just brainless button mashing that looked really cool.

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@GunEye @pygmyschizoid


Unfortunately, the developer stated it's up to Nintendo, and it is therefore very unlikely it will be on any other platform.


Hopefully there will be new Ninja Gaiden, Darksiders, and Devil May Cry games to fill that hack-and-slash void.

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My top 5 controversies


5) Diablo 3 always online DRM

4) Sim City always online DRM

3) Xbox One always online DRM

2) Every single thing EA did. Everything.

1) Bill Gate's extramarital affair with Miyamoto, and the scandalous video subsequently released

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I still take massive issue with this "point"


"It's (Depression Quest) been rejected once before, and knowing the internet gaming community, you can kinda see why


For one, its a text adventure that's currently available for free, so it doesn't fit with the gaming communities pre-established genres


and two, it's being developed by a woman"


Not only is it untrue the game was rejected because it was available for free and it didn't fit into a pre-established genre, there are MULTIPLE games on steam that are available free elsewhere, and do not fit into any genre as well. In fact, two of them are ALSO story-telling-based games.


Then the second point assumes the game wasn't greenlit because steam users won't vote for it out of sexism. You're using examples of harassment by a small group of individuals to say that a broad swath of people won't vote for the game out of sexism.