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#1 Posted by King9999 (615 posts) -

You can normally see this kind of honesty from Japanese devs. Ubisoft isn't doing anything new, but at least they're acknowledging the issues.

Regarding whether Sony/MS should be accountable, the answer is no. Their only responsibility is to make sure a game doesn't crash/intrude on other running software, and enforce any other rules they set in place in order for a dev to pass certification. Anything else is all on Ubisoft.

#2 Posted by King9999 (615 posts) -

So do we start running to Ustream now?

#3 Posted by King9999 (615 posts) -

Thanks for the interview Patrick! I'm happy that Giant Bomb covers FGC stuff, especially now that Max McGee is no longer at GameSpot, and I don't think they're going to have any more fighting game features.

#4 Edited by King9999 (615 posts) -

Sad day for GameSpot. I'm going to miss Max's fighting game features. He was the only one who really had an interest in them, and knew what he was talking about.

#5 Edited by King9999 (615 posts) -

Old, but will forever be relevant.

#6 Posted by King9999 (615 posts) -

I, too, think you should try to play through Radiant Historia.

#7 Edited by King9999 (615 posts) -

It's interesting how frame rate is suddenly a hot topic since this new generation began. 60fps games have been around for ages.

As for my preference, I always prefer 60fps, but I understand that not all games require it. 30fps is only an issue in action/fighting games, or any kind of game involving speed.

#8 Posted by King9999 (615 posts) -

I don't have Pushmo World (no Wii U), but here are my old codes for Pushmo 3DS.

#9 Posted by King9999 (615 posts) -

I'm guessing Nintendo will be releasing some sort of micro console. I'm curious as to what kinds of games they will make for these emerging markets, though.

#10 Edited by King9999 (615 posts) -

@oldenglishc said:

@king9999 said:

@hailinel said:

For those asking for game control on the Gamepad, it's not that simple. Certainly not when games offer multiplayer, or no classic controller support, or odd configurations like Monster Hunter 3 allowing you to use the Wii Remote connected to the Classic Controller. There are too many game-specific configurations to allow for a one-Gamepad-controls-all solution.

This is very true, and something that a lot of people overlook.

All I want is to be able to use it for games that support the classic controller. It's not like I'm asking for world peace, I just want to play Xenoblade Chronicles with a controller that feels comfortable in my manly hands.

Fair enough. I want that too. But it just seems like people are thinking that making all the games work with the gamepad out of the gate is a trivial thing. If it was that simple, it would've been done.