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I'm noticing screen tearing and framerate drops too, but nothing that's really disruptive.
Out of the 11 consoles I've owned, the XBox One is the first console I've gotten on Day One.
Choice #2 is the closest reason for me, but not exactly the reason.
I had a great experience with my XBox 360, and there was nothing on the PS4 that interested me. So, XBone it was. I love it.
I'm enjoying gaming right now.
It's not surprising that gaming companies are greedy. One thing to keep in mind is that gaming companies, like most others, have one primary goal-- to make money.
Basically, the highly-anticipated games I won't play fall into two categories:
1. PS4 exclusives. There's nothing on the PS4 that interests me.
2. Genres I'm not into (i.e. sports, RTS).
AC 4 is really good. It has lots of things to do and will keep you busy for quite some time.
I feel that the graphics are one of the less important things for this game. Much of the time in the game, there's so much chaos that you don't have time to stop and closely examine the graphics. I think it looks fine.
I'm having fun with it, but indeed, I'm not playing it obsessively. I like the Campaign multiplayer alot-- it adds a great dimension.
It's missing some modes, though--
1. Pure pilot combat-- they should have included a straight-up infantry deathmatch mode with no Titans.
2. Free for all.
I'm going with the physical copy. In the remote possibility that Titanfall flops, if you have the digital copy, you're out $60 while MS and Respawn laugh all the way to the bank.
I love the stories in games. Otherwise, pure multiplayer tends to become mindless.
Use your keyboard!
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