Burn, Burn it All!
- Aug 8, 2009
You make it sound like wanting to keep an IP that's being published on your platform and that you're helping develop is a bad thing. Mainly it's the wording of it.Shadow-Phoenix said:So you don't want to support Insomniac/MS (MS helped fund them since SOny wanted to keep the IP all for themselves) while at the same time for just a fiver?, doesn't sound really supportive at all, I mean if you'll pay big for anything in the future or the past why not for Sunset Overdrive since you're showing interest and overall kneen to get if it ever decided to come to PC?.
It is entirely likely Insomniac can port the game over to other systems if they want to, because they are the ones who own the IP to it. "Exclusive" nowadays generally means timed exclusives, and the only things that generally stay exclusive to the systems are first party games, or second party games in which the first party owns the IP (Ratchet and Clank for Sony, Kirby for Nintendo, Halo for Microsoft just to name some examples). Heck, it was proven that was the case many times last generation, the generation before that, and even this generation already when it came to the Wii U. I still remember last gen when Mass Effect 1 was coming out and how a bunch of people were saying it'd never be ported to the PS3. Sure it took a while, but it came out on PS3 eventually. Really, I don't expect Sunset Overdrive to be ported over any time soon, but I won't say that it won't happen at all isn't right.ALso when has Insomniac ported to PC frequently if at all, I know Ryse is coming to PC but somehow that doesn't automatically make it a fact every single XB1 game is just gonna jump to PC all within a year if at all, but fair enough for people who are somehow allowed to make such an assumption that for anything else would be berated for.