@ajamafalous: In terms of price point? Why not, they are both $60. Which game you yourself enjoy more isn't what he the OP was taking into talking about.
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@maddman60620: Don't bother. If you don't think they are spying on you, or don't mind someone "watching you hold a controller," then you "don't care about privacy and freedom." Just like with their computers, phones, internet capable cameras, etc. You can turn it off, turn it around, put it in the closet, or throw it out the window.
@sinusoidal: The cloud was never meant be or is able to process graphics all of that has to be processed locally. The cloud is mainly a bunch of computational hardware that can be used for high end calculations like calculating the positions of thousands of objects in space in real time or hosting drivatar data or in the case of Titanfall being the dedicated server host for all three versions of the game.
So for all the dumb shit you can talk about how the XOne is not as powerful as it should be the cloud is not really something that should enter into the graphics conversation.
Seriously. For anyone that might not know what it's all about, Engadget spoke with Respawn about it and has a pretty nice write up that details it.
@chaser324: (this is in no offense to anyone) Why does everyone keep interpreting these articles as a 45 GB download? Is it the way headlines and articles are written as flame/click bait, or are people just not understanding or not reading? I've been seeing this everywhere on the net.
@sammo21: You're missing the point. That's not what buying and enjoying a console is about. Right? ...right?
Seriously, can't wait until comments sections are semi normal again and Destructoid stops posting articles thinking they are being subtle when bashing Microsoft every little chance they get.
@laserguy: the 360 can't handle day one downloads? Are you saying the Xbox Live structure can't, or that the system is somehow incapable of allowing a person to download a game on the day it releases due to hardware architecture? Or is that a poor attempt at trolling?
I'm confused what you believe you're missing out on? The only thing the PS4 box tells you is that you can use a controller to play it, and that it is indeed an HD game, which is basically a given.
For some reason they want to highlight that the PS4 uses a dual shock 4, as if it was a large scale issue where people were confused why their NES controllers weren't working on their PS4.
I think they should do it for the free good press. Short of that, I would think a discount for the digital version for anyone who owns an xbone before release would work just as well.
Sony should discount every single game for the rest of the PS4's lifespan to everyone who bought a console before those said games were released too. It would just be totally the right thing to do.
Because suggesting they offer one game for free meant I wanted the entire library for free, right?
Besides have you seen what Sony offers on PSN+? And you know the problems with the 3DS that caused Nintendo to immediately adjust? Because as you wrote it seems to be the totally right thing to do to get your consumers on your side. How dare I suggest the vendor do something completely friendly for gamers and consumers.
I was extrapolating your comment. You said they should just give everyone who bought the console before a certain game came out a discount code for said game - why, because a bundle came out? Will you expect a discount code for Infamous: SS since a bundle is being released merely 3-4 months after the core system came out?
What Sony offers on PS+ is irrelevant. Obviously MS has a different system set up that is in most ways not as enticing as what PS+ offers on the free side of games. They do plenty of friendly things for gamers and consumers, just as Sony does. Whether you choose to enjoy those friendly things is up completely up to you, but I was just pointing out that they aren't, and shouldn't, be expected to give out discount codes.
Also, back out of? Did they ever announce they were going to let that happen?
I've certainly never heard anything about pre-loading. Maybe we'll eventually start getting those consistently on consoles, but I don't expect it any time soon.
Hopefully. I'm sure it's a trend that will start this generation within the next 2 years.