@SoNin360: Best decision I ever made, Horizon on the pro with HDR looks stunning. Just make sure whichever TV you go for has the compatible HDR with the ps4, as a lot of the cheaper brands don't work properly. My brother got a hisense one and it won't work, but my Samsung works fine.
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Can't a game just be a game sometimes?
I'm not being funny, but I spend more than £50 on a night out in about 3 hours - so this seems to be ok value, because it doesn't give me a hangover and I get to do it again the following night without it costing more money.
As long as the game isn't fundamentally broken at launch - IM LOOKING AT YOU MASTER CHIEF!!! I'll be happy with 5-6 hours gameplay.
I genuinely don't have a problem with the gay community, but for Christs' sake I do not want my children playing games that have same sex relationships in them. You can either look at it from a choice point of view, or if its genetics that's fine, but PLEASE stop ramming it down our throats - You're gay, congratulations, now please leave us the hell alone, there is really only so much campaigning I can take for equal rights. If we were all gay the species would cease to exist - why in the hell do we keep celebrating with parades and rights the fact that you are not going to push our species forward??!?
I haven't been on here for a while, simply because of the anti sony vibe that GS love to put out, and here's the perfect example why - the article starts off by saying how sony are selling more consoles "albeit by a small margin" then goes on to say "sonys sales dropped significantly" over last year - tsunami anyone?!? But then just had to finish on a high note for MS by saying that its sales were up on last year. At the end of the day, I couldn't give a crap what console I play games on, but there is a reason that sony are starting to overtake, and its because sonys console was built with longer legs than either of its two rivals, once MS and ninty bring out their new consoles we will probably see a shift again back to one or the other, the problem this gen is (for me anyway) is that I'll be very reluctant to buy another console for at least 2-3 years, because graphics are at point where they no longer matter to me - its the content I go for, so as long as the devs are making good games for the current gen, thats where I'll stay. And if all this motion and touch screen crap is the future of gaming - count me out. (I'm an old git and gaming reached its pinnacle with the Amiga)
Harerazer Posted Jan 15, 2010 12:09 am GMT The formula was a failure tho from the start since Avatar heavily depends on the 3D aspect and that just couldn't be replicated in the game. ______________________________________________________________ Wrong chummy, Avatar has stereoscopic 3D built into the PS3 version, it's just no bugger has a TV capable of displaying it correctly. (I found it stupidly annoying that it has a feature that my lowly 46" 1080p tv cannot display)
Blade8Aus if it has split screen coop and a decent length or at least excellent replay value i will definiatly buy it (split screen is the only reason to play console shooters imo _____________________________________________________________ Ahh the joys of youth... Clearly not old enough to remember the sheer quality of AB - you both shared the same screen and had to stick close - the screen only followed the red player as I remember.
I say even if you do not have any interest in the racing game itself, buy it - and show sega some love for ryo - you never know, it might prompt them to get off their asses and release it as a full trilogy so people can play the goddam game from start to finish unlike the shenmue movie crap they bundled with the 2nd one on the xbrick