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@komuchen @UNCStriker88 Actually, the 360 has and still is outselling the PS3 in vast numbers!
@komuchen @UNCStriker88 who cares wether or not it outsells the One??? Are you working for PlayStation in that seeing a better gross income from the PS4 pads your wallet? What matters more is the quality of the system itself.
I'm sure both will be great! I do however prefer to get a console that offers more than just better graphics and an improved controller that is still not nearly as comfy as what the One will offer. So an XOne is the choice for me. If you don't care about the new stuff the One offers and want to stick with what you have but still only with better graphics, while keeping up to date on your game library, then go with a PS4. But sold units has nothing to do with which is the better console. Its about features, quality, and more than anything eles....GAMES!
Both will have excellent graphics and performance, it just comes down to what else the thing can do for you and if those things are something you see yourself using.
@jinzo9988 thats actually really pretty obvious and quite brilliant. Good call!
@DaneGamer @rene9ade520 Brotherhood was actually my least favorite installment (not including AC3). I felt like everything was exactly the same as 2 only on a much bigger scale. It felt like an expansion pack to me. And though there was a lot to do, I felt like it was so much that there was only a little bit of story thrown in here and there. I felt like I got very little out of my many hours spent in the game. Yeah it was big, but that caused it to loose focus on story and more immersive objectives.
I thought 2 was amazing however. But I felt Brotherhood was just more of the same. Revelations felt fresh again to me and focused more on story while still offering plenty of freedom. .....plus, the hookblade was probably the coolest addition to mechanics in the series....made roof hopping smoother then it had ever been before and was a blast.
Also, though I do agree with how they constantly barrage you with mechanics and reminders that you are playing a game.....could an alternate possibility behind why gamers are growing less interested in the series be that, after hundreds of hours spent in previous installments, they are growing bored of essentially doing the same thing over and over? Why do you think everyone is so stoked for Watchdogs? They might not realize it, but its just AC set in the future with cars and hacking....its a new take on AC and so its exciting again because its different.
@Azghouls @AndThn3 Yeah, I loved Revelations...not sure why the negativity there. I do agree with AC3 though...I really lost interest half way through. I did eventually beat it though. Really good game, but definitely got boring. If you ask me though, the main reason is because AC is about running on rooftops, and the Colonial West is a horrible setting for that....only few buildings, all spread far apart with A Frame roofs and standard house siding rather then climbable stone walls. It was just a really bad setting for the game play...mechanics also needed a lot of work. My avatar was always doing things I didn't tell it to do and failed to do the things I did tell it to do. Even pulling up the weapon wheel was a pain as it took quite the time to pull up every time I wanted to switch weapons unlike previous installments which allowed me to do so very quickly...idk why they felt a need to change it. If its not broke, don't fix it. And tree climbing was a pain and served little purpose when compared to running and climbing in other AC titles.
@jayjay444 I beat it,... eventually. It sat on my shelf for half a year after I reached about 60% completion. I only beat it because I made a point of it.
Honestly, kinda disagree with his outlook on Brotherhood. I felt strongly like brotherhood was a copy paste job from AC2 and I Revelations was one of my favorite in the series and did not feel like a copy paste job to me at all....there were new abilities, more polished graphics, new areas, and you got a new dynamic story progression that explored Ezio, Altiar, and what's-his-main-character-guys-face. It felt like the first fresh take on the series since AC2. If ever there was a skippable installment to the series, I think its Brotherhood.
@EdAl2112 Honestly, kinda disagree with his outlook on Brotherhood. I felt strongly like brotherhood was a copy paste job from AC2 and I Revelations was one of my favorite in the series and did not feel like a copy paste job to me at all....there were new abilities, more polished graphics, new areas, and you got a new dynamic story progression that explored Ezio, Altiar, and what's-his-main-character-guys-face. It felt like the first fresh take on the series since AC2. If ever there was a skippable installment to the series, I think its Brotherhood.
@Dirk_McHardpeck @rene9ade520 @muffin200 good call. I knew that, but didn't even think it.
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