I'd rather have DLC be near-immediately available. If I like the game, then I can get the DLC right away and trade back the game while it still has somewhat decent value ($25). If DLC is way off in the future, I have to choose between getting that better trade-in value or waiting to buy the DLC and then only getting maybe $10 back on trade-in due to it being less scarce (plus having to relearn how to play the game after it's been sitting a few months).
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I'm more worried about the fact they've come out and said that. If you have a well built game, with solid mechanics, and a great story you shouldn't have too much to worry about (unless Mcshea is reviewing it), so they fact they are already worried that reviewers are gonna hate it makes me wonder if they're not happy with the game.
Their worried because GS doesn't know how to review games properly anymore. If they said they were worried about 4s across the board it would be cause to worry.
Dark Cloud, for sure. Dark Cloud 2 was one of my favorite games, and I was stunned there was never a 3. I could play the Spheda golfing minigame alone for hours.
I'm a little more likely to since my Xbox 360 and PS3 have achievements/trophies and my XOne has achievements. Once I had those two, it was almost a waste of time to play my PS2 since there was no gamerscore or level to augment.
I have to admit, hearing another mobile game end with Saga now makes me instinctively think it's made by the Candy Crush Saga people. They kind of co-opted that word when it's at the end of a title, even if they hadn't at first meant to. And certainly there are developers out there who would end games with Saga to trick people into buying a crappy game.
How is this possibly an issue?
I would say if your too far from the Xbone console than purchase the adapter that would allow you to plug the controller into the wall outlet closest to you. Other than that I don't know what to do. It's possible you could find an additional battery pack that would allow you to plug the controller in and just keep the battery pack next to you.
Crap, I never thought about that. My iPhone charger is right next to me. I can plug right into that instead of using an extension to reach the One from my sofa. Thanks!
This is never happening. The whole point of all Ones having Kinect is so developers support them. If you're making a game for the One and know 100% have Kinect, you're going to use it if it makes sense to. Once the percentage drops, support drops off. Kinect inclusion is about pushing technology forward.
I just blow it off with my mouth!
That's what she said!
We need Demolition and Capture the Flag, not this.
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