@uninspiredcup: You’re shitting on Sony AAA while praising mediocre card games on pc? Lol what a neckbeard you are. Please tell us what the superior Doritos and Mountain Dew flavours are while you’re at it.
I don't know, man. Card games on PC may be kinda crappy right now, but Artifact sounds really awesome.
The game should be straight up free to play, though. I'd be willing to pay for the card packs (like in real life), but not after the upfront fee.
Sony AAA games, don't get me wrong, I like them (at least what I've played thus far being a PS3 and PS4 buyer). I can enjoy and replay story driven linear experiences. But each one for full price $60? Not worth it for me. THEORETICALLY, a great card game can provide more value than a story driven linear experience, but as of yet, they haven't reached that level for me.
Having said that, f*** you Valve for not finishing the Half Life 2 Episodes.
Sometime it like that Radiohead song and it Follow You Around. Hehe my coworker is like that with someone.
I stick to old console. Kinect it didn’t have issue with aiming in peoples houses remember?! Ps4 get hack but before it happen microsoft get in trouble for Kinect privacy.
Interesting reference considering "Follow Me Around" hasn't ever been officially released! Yes, it's an amazing song. Probably my favorite iteration was when they used it as an opening for "Everything in it's Right Place" circa 2005-ish?
Okay, erm, gotta keep this on topic... uuuuuh. Yeah, the hard drive in the OG Xbox was a big deal. It cost MS a ton of money, but back in 2001, the internal hard drive was a big deal.
It was the game in the series that introduced the endless re-spawning enemies until the player crossed some invisible threshold as a core design pillar. I detest that kind of game design. It's neither fun, nor rewarding.
When the game was originally unveiled, I thought it looked like a horrible QTE-fest movie game. Now that some gameplay has been shown, it looks a lot better. Don't get me wrong, I find the concept of an open world zombie game with cinematic flair very unoriginal. But if the gameplay is interesting enough, I may give it a purchase. Wait and see.
they need to improve their efficiency. they need to take a vega 64 and, without a die shrink, an increase in clock, an increase in power usage or an increase in stream processors, find 30% more performance (or as much as they can) in the most demanding games today. whatever nvidia did with maxwell...its bloody effective.
I'm just not confident in their 5th gen GCN architecture. I think if they weren't using HBM, their power draw and heat would be completely unsuitable for any use.
They keep using these mammoth dies and praying that the node shrink will be enough to make it a usable card.