I can't decide how I feel about Overwatch. Once I see more concrete info on the monetization I might feel better.ecoho said:
what do you mean? its pretty obvious they're going for skins and upfront sells to cover costs.ffronw said:I can't decide how I feel about Overwatch. Once I see more concrete info on the monetization I might feel better.ecoho said:
FPLOON said:Kingdom Hearts 2.8 HD Final Chapter ProloguePersona 5Star Fox ZeroRatchet & ClankDark Souls 3
i wouldn't say any of the 3d Zelda games (those are the ones i'm most familiar with) have been open world. while you can choose the order to do certain dungeons in at specific points in the games, the maps themselves aren't actually that open, a lot of areas are closed off by item requirements, certain dungeons have to be done before/after certain others, and overall the games are pretty linear (aside from the scant few side quests and the specific way you approach fights/how you decide to use certain items/weapons, you're not going to have a radically different experience each time you play/compared to other people who play the game).FPLOON said:Wait... I thought the first two Zelda games and Windwaker were open-world games prior to the pending Wii U Zelda game...
I think you can safely assume that QB will eventually land on PC. It's ludicrous that they didn't plan for it upfront, but then again, that's Microsoft for you. The only thing less serious than their so-called "commitment to PC games" is my commitment to sobriety.Vigormortis said:List was losing me until #5.
I'm practically giddy with anticipation for Quantum Break and Doom. QB may be the game that makes me buy an Xbox One.
Though...it's seemingly the ONLY thing that interests me on the One. My PC and PS4 are more than adequate for my gaming needs right now, so I may wind up playing the game on a friends One.
Otherwise, there's naught on that list that I'm excited for, save for maybe the new Deus Ex and Dishonored. But I'm on the fence with those, at best.
The only games I'm looking forward to for 2016 are No Man's Sky, Titanfall 2, Routine, Firewatch, Hob, Yooka-Laylee[/i], Homeworld: Shipbreakers, and a small handful of others. Sadly, some of those may wind up not seeing release until 2017.
I really wanted to include Horizon: Zero Dawn, but it's basically still just a tech demo. I'll buy in once we get a release date that's a little more firm.F-I-D-O said:Doom
Dark Souls 3
-okay, I agree with those
Now where was
Horizon: Zero Dawn
I know they'll be selling skins, but I want to see what else they'll be selling. It feels like it wants to be a cross between TF2 and a MOBA. I don't want to see them gating content behind paywalls. That would be a killer for me.ecoho said:what do you mean? its pretty obvious they're going for skins and upfront sells to cover costs.ffronw said:I can't decide how I feel about Overwatch. Once I see more concrete info on the monetization I might feel better.ecoho said: