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Posted by WNYX585AM on 14 March 2018 - 05:14 PM
Posted by WNYX585AM on 13 March 2018 - 09:45 PM
Just got a PSVR about a week ago. Is VR Worlds worth getting?
You should ask PSVR questions in the VR thread since you'll get better answers, but yes. The London Heist is easily worth a few bucks alone. Some of the other stuff is great too. The Shark Encounter is a great intro to VR for people who are not into games or people who may be squeamish.
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Posted by WNYX585AM on 07 March 2018 - 06:54 PM
Posted by WNYX585AM on 06 March 2018 - 07:35 PM
Starting to feel like PSVR may be another Sony fad product like the PS eye, Vita and others ... they start out cool, I buy them, then they fail to achieve full potential and Sony drops support.
Moss looks great but not for a 2 hour experience, Bravo Team sounds awful, Rick and Morty looks like another short experience that will be a similar cash grab like the Accounting +. I really want to like PSVR but I’m also feeling the urge to bail while the system still has value.
Are there any AAA titles in the works, because everything seems to be excellent but short or a regular length game that’s mediocre. I wish Bethesda was working on an original Fallout VR experience, but 4 was a disappointment imo and that would be the only full length port I’m aware may be coming later this year.
Sorry, but PSVR was always doomed to be a fad product for a number of reasons. VR is definitely incredible including PSVR, but there's a long way to go before VR is mainstream and a company like Sony is not going to support a product unless it becomes mainstream or close to it. I was surprised that Sony even brought it to market but I guess they decided that they either sunk enough money into it that they needed to recoup the costs or perhaps it would catch on enough that it would warrant more mainstream "sequels." It doesn't look like that's going to happen, unfortunately. I am, however, happy enough with the stuff that has come out. I just hope there's a few more quality things that continue to release before Sony abandons it. As long as enough software is available, even a failed "console" can be good or even great.
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Posted by WNYX585AM on 05 March 2018 - 04:05 PM
I'm looking forward to ready player one. Great book.
One a side note. I just been hit with a game breaking glitch on mad Max. Of course it's after ive spent about 40 hours on it. One of my final camps you had to blow up 7 oil rigs. I destroyed them all and it only counted 6 of them. So now I can't finish the camp. So I will miss out on about 7 achievements now. I'm not an achievement hunter that I have to complete a game 100 perecnt but I like to get the ones I can get on a single play through and have been working on these ones.
The only fix is to start over. I recommend you save before going into the main camps especially the wheel Gunner oil camp in pink eyes territory.
Be absolutely sure about this before assuming it's a glitch. I had this happen once or twice and I was sure it was a glitch and it ended up being something extremely obscure in the game. I consider myself pretty thorough and combed through things quite a bit and then found similar complaints online and some videos that gave me a different perspective that was eye opening. Of course, you could simply be screwed. If so, i'm very sorry. That's an awful feeling whether it's 1 hour of gameplay lost or 100 hours.
Posted by WNYX585AM on 01 March 2018 - 08:14 PM
Prediction: PS+ Free Games for March 2019 - Red Dead Redemption 2 & GTA VI.
PS - My predictions have never been wrong.
PPS - I've never made a prediction before.
Quoting this so it will be easier to find one year from now. Of course, so we can celebrate how right you are/were.
Posted by WNYX585AM on 01 March 2018 - 08:11 PM
It has always surprised me that there's even room in the market for MS to have a movie/tv marketplace, especially when it was mostly limited to the 360. Windows is so widely used that expanding it into an OS feature with an app store kind of makes sense now. But still... I'm guessing the people who buy a lot of content on there or spend $20 on a movie which is locked into their service are few and far between.
There are still a surprising number of players in the field and given that services like iTunes, Vudu, etc. are so huge, my only conclusion is that there must be a large profit margin (and/or easy money) in it so it's worth even a relatively small customer base. Otherwise, it seems like Microsoft should know they have little hope of winning the war (unless they do something drastic).
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Posted by WNYX585AM on 01 March 2018 - 07:49 PM
Your $25 is prob from playing free to play games.
Not sure if you're joking, but this is the specific wording of the email:
Congratulations on your recent purchases of Oscar®-winning films from Microsoft Movies & TV. Enjoy your $25 Microsoft Store gift card* to spend on even more movies! Click on the button below to log in to your account and redeem your gift card:
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Posted by WNYX585AM on 01 February 2018 - 11:00 PM
There is a large difference between not buying a game you're on the fence about because it has no platinum and not buying a game you think is amazing because it has a platinum. I may have missed it but I have yet to see someone say a game is great but they're avoiding it because there is no platinum.
That's only because games with no platinums automatically suck and no one even talks about them.
Posted by WNYX585AM on 01 February 2018 - 06:42 PM
Posted by WNYX585AM on 23 January 2018 - 04:03 PM
Don Mattrick is off laughing somewhere. The always online Xbox one vision with no used games is right around the corner.
I don't think Microsoft has ever been against Don Mattrick's plan (if it was even his plan). The whole problem with the launch of Xbox One was how they chose to present and implement it. Microsoft is doing a brilliant job by making subscription services and a digital game world look like a no-brainer instead of how they previously tried to simply ram it down everyone's throats.
Personally, I think it's a decent trade-off where both the consumer and the company can benefit. Perhaps in the long run, the consumer will suffer, but for now, it doesn't seem too bad...
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