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Wesker

Wesker

Finland

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Wesker

#1

Wesker commented on Talking Point: Do You Ever Stump Up for Season...:

I wouldn't say the model is heavily flawed as it seems to be working out for them. I've never bought a season pass, but if I did, I would have to really love that game because 9 times out of 10 the extra content is just more of the same.

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#4

Wesker commented on DriveClub Developer to Roll Out New Game Updat...:

How could they let this happen? This is embarrassing for everyone. I remember a couple of devs from Evolution being interviewed at E3 2013 being asked if the game would be ready for launch. They just smiled and said their projects always come together in the last stretch of development. They released the game almost a year later, and I can't buy it because it's broken. Bad developers? Bad working culture? Bad corporate culture? Sony seems to be riddled with incompetent people. Just look at the EU PlayStation blog for further proof. What's worse is that all these incompetent Sony employees seem to be based in England!

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#15

Wesker commented on Ubisoft Locks Assassin's Creed Unity's PS4 Res...:

Ubisoft seem intent on me not buying this game. This is one of the lamest excuses I've ever heard. Why would you stunt your own creativity like that just to avoid a little controversy? The answer is you wouldn't, unless higher ups told you to. Absolutely pathetic from Microsoft and Ubisoft. Very bad PR.

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#16

Wesker commented on Feature: No Games November - PS4's Lineup Is S...:

Far Cry 4. But I hope Assassins will be great. I'm skeptical though because the gameplay is getting boring and I don't think co-op is going to fix that. Conceptually though, I still am very interested in Ass Cree. Also the Crew, but probably going to get DriveClub, so The Crew and Projects cars can wait. Not really interested in the rest, unless they really did change COD, and in a good way.

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#17

Wesker commented on Talking Point: What Are You Playing This Weeke...:

I'm playing Fez on the Vita. Man they get the presentation right in that game. I'm not usually interested in games that look like they could be run on a 16 bit console, like we had a shortage of good 16 bit games... But when the little dude is collecting what he needs to collect, or opening up a chest or whatever, boy does the game pop.

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#23

Wesker commented on Review: Road Not Taken (PlayStation 4):

@Shellybird27 I'll help you understand if you like. Some boys and girls don't have much disposable income. But they have Plus and internet connections. They also got Saints Row, Tomb Raider, Assassin's Creed, Burnout, Infamous and many other AAA games just for being a member of Plus. Now they're getting indie games, sports titles and flops like Dead Space 3 and Crysis 3. You must be able to deduce something from that.

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#24

Wesker commented on BioShock's Swimming to a Smartphone Near You, ...:

Wouldn't want to play this on Vita anyway. There's some people out there that seem to think Bioshock is a big franchise. It really isn't, if Sony really wanted a Bioshock game for their handheld I'm sure they could make it happen, but why would they? The franchise is pretty much dead.

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#25

Wesker commented on Rumour: Could The Last of Us Remastered Launch...:

I was thinking to preorder this game, but it wasn't listed in the shop and I couldn't find a release date online. I figured that they were having more problems with the port or something because I read somewhere that it was giving them all kinds of headaches.

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#27

Wesker commented on Review: Watch Dogs (PlayStation 4):

@adf86 It has the same problem as GTA games. On the one hand you're tasked with doing something very important and emotionally compelling, while on the other, you're being handed a myriad of more trivial distractions that you're being encouraged to engage with, side missions etc. The world doesn't really provide the cohesive gaming experience you might want, but I think the main missions by themselves offer a strong story-line.

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#31

Wesker commented on Review: Watch Dogs (PlayStation 4):

@adf86 The story isn't weak. The biggest problem with Watch Dogs is over familiarity. But the more you play the better it gets, because of the story and because of the sheer amount, quality and variety in the content.

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#38

Wesker commented on Feature: Five Ways PS4 Can Keep the Lead in th...:

@Tsuzura Yes you can. Sony has to pay attention to the backlash from Plus. It seems like people were expecting more. They also need to speed up with the firmware updates. The console still doesn't really resemble what they pitched. They also need Naughty Dog on that stage again with whatever they're working on (not TLOU remaster).

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#40

Wesker commented on Talking Point: Why Sony's Right to Retain the ...:

Though I think Sony is right, for this particular game I would have preferred a 3rd party publisher to step in and let it be multi-platform as Fuse was. But I guess EA wasn't interested after Fuse turned out the way it did.

Insomniac obviously didn't approve of the management of Ratchet and Resistance, but they also have to look at themselves. It's not like either of those franchises were pulling up trees on PS3 and Sony has to make the most of their investments.

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#44

Wesker commented on March NPD: PS4 Overcomes Titanfall to Top Hard...:

This is definitely big news. I thought the hype and marketing for Titanfall was excellent, but in the end it wasn't enough to topple the PS4. FPS is the most popular genre of game, EA were publishing, it was made by the creators of COD and they were giving it away for free with the Xbone. If that didn't put the Xbone ahead of PS4 in the sales chart then nothing can. Unless Microsoft can get Minecraft 2 or GTA 6 as exclusives lol that's really all there could be bigger than Titanfall.

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#45

Wesker commented on UK Sales Charts: PS4 Favourite inFAMOUS: Secon...:

@get2sammyb Right! I think people have realized that it's not like there was a shortage of great FPSs available anyway. With new DLC packages dropping for the other major franchises, attention seems to have moved on quickly. It's a crowded market and EA really could have done with the extra support the PS4 would have given them

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#47

Wesker commented on Details on the Mysterious Assassin's Creed: Co...:

I want both. Hopefully Ubisoft will have some kind of package deal. If I could get 50% off Comet with Unity, or even better, if an improved version of Comet came in a bundle with Unity on PS4 that would be great.

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#48

Wesker commented on Talking Point: Are We Starting to Expect Too M...:

Like a few others here, I have been subscribed to PS Plus since they were giving away a PSN game, a mini, a crappy theme, a PSone classic no one wanted and a piece of DLC for a game I'll never own. And that was only for PS3! The service has come a long way since then and it is definitely worth it to me.

On the other hand I can see why people are complaining, once you're given something you like, you want it again and again. That's not always going to happen, in fact the quality of games offered might fall, it really depends on whether the publishers actually felt the benefits of releasing their games on Plus on not. I suspect that they didn't lead to as many follow on sales as they were hoping for, in some cases, so we might not see the likes of AC and Saints Row on there again.