El Pit wrote on May 1, 2017, 09:57:It makes sense that they would start with X-Wing. But it was also the weakest game of the series in every way (especially the difficulty curve). So I agree, nail X-Wing and then bring on the Tie Fighter.
No, really, this is impressive. I will definitely go back to X-Wing with this mod. Great work, guys! And now... TIE Fighter, please, after you have finished this mod. PLEASE!
jacobvandy wrote on Apr 27, 2017, 18:32:Also keep in mind that console launches are almost universally sell-out events. So the number of systems sold is the number of systems produced. The fact that Nintendo moved so many in March is indeed impressive, but it's hard to compare to other launches.
Also, don't forget this thing came out in March... NOBODY releases a new console outside of the holiday season anymore. GameCube, Xbox, PS3, Wii, 360, PS4, Wii-U, Xbone, PS4 Pro, and probably Scorpio will all have released in November because that's when everyone starts spending the most money.
It's pretty bonkers for Nintendo to put up competitive launch sales at a time of year when they don't have that inherent advantage. That means people are specifically looking to buy the Switch, not just whatever game console they find on the shelf when they're out Christmas shopping. Who knows how much bigger that number would be if they were actually keeping up with demand...
For comparison, PS4 and Xbone sold 4.2 million and 3 million respectively between their launch in mid-November and the end of December 2013.
NetHead wrote on Apr 22, 2017, 13:24:G2A needs to go to the publisher with the codes, not the other way around.
Yet when they complain to G2A to remove such codes and G2A asks for the codes in question they refuse, sometimes rudely and publicly.
Rhett wrote on Apr 20, 2017, 18:02:It was also rather buggy, IIRC.
2 was great, like a more arcadey GTA 4.. but man it ran like complete and utter ass on PC. I think it's one of the worst ports I've played on PC...
Dash wrote on Apr 20, 2017, 00:42:At this point I've given up begrudging Bethesda on this. It's going to happen regardless.
They're pushing this extra hard, which doesn't give me any good feelings on this game. I already had annoyances that they took an IP I enjoyed playing [The actual Prey game. Man those pewter figurines are cool. Need to paint them one day...] and teased us with the Prey 2 trailer, and then dropped that ball for yet another 'System Shock-inspired' clone. Yes. I like those kind of games.. but stop pulling a bait-n-switch, Bethesda. Should have named this one 'Mimic' or something.
Undih wrote on Apr 10, 2017, 21:20:Seriously. Stop yelling at us, Blue. We're dumb, not deaf!
GOD DAMN CAPS, My brain does not like this shit!
Creston wrote on Apr 9, 2017, 15:56:What would "action from everyone else" even entail?
A year later, no action from everyone else regarding Chinese company whose insecure etc etc etc.
Verno wrote on Apr 7, 2017, 12:49:I get why people love a good deal. I too would like to get video games (and everything else for that matter) cheaper. It lets me buy more of the things I want.
It's a bullshit site. Not like buying cheap game keys is a mortal sin or something but its amusing to see people try to justify it.
Jerykk wrote on Apr 6, 2017, 23:37:The fact that even one key got revoked should tell you what kind of business G2A is running.
G2A is basically eBay for PC game keys. The vast majority of keys are legitimate (mostly obtained from bundles), but you do rarely have third-party sellers selling stolen keys.
I've bought a lot of games from G2A and only had one revoked, which G2A refunded without question. And I didn't pay for their fraud protection service. I've also sold games on G2A and all of them required proof of source and proof of purchase before they could be posted on the site.
G2A and other "gray market" sites get a lot of negative hype, primarily from people who have never actually used them.
The Half Elf wrote on Apr 4, 2017, 18:43:My understanding is that it's the same basic game. Though it sounds like the resolution is higher and the overall rendering quality is better (e.g. better lighting/shadows) than the original Wii U version. However the reports on the PC version are that it's not looking like a very good port.
Is this the same Wii U game or been updated?
Still no online Co-Op