Why don't they call it something different? Think of the parents.
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These thoughts on physical versus digital copies of games and movies will of course vary depending on the person.
Digital is far more convenient, but I personally would much prefer a physical disc copy of something. When I pay for a digital purchase, sure I get the game or movie, but I don't feel like I've actually paid for anything.
Kind of interesting I guess. Might be worth it for those of us who don't have as much time as they used to to put into games. $5 bucks to try something for an hour or two is far more appealing than $60.
I hope the move is as stress-free as possible, and I'm always happy to see people do what they think is the right thing to do, but at the same time, I'm really starting to miss how things used to be.
The only complaint I have with the system so far is that the "last 15 minutes" recording feature doesn't work properly a lot of the time. This has resulted in me manually starting the recording myself by double-tapping the share button.
I could see someone complaining that there are very few games available for the system atm, but for me (someone who both works and studies), the number of games on there are more than enough for the amount of free time I have.
Hey folks. Unsure if anyone will be able to help me with this question, but I figured I'd ask it here anyway, as I couldn't think of any other place in which to do so which might produce an answer.
I'm thinking about importing a Vita here soon, and I was curious if anyone knows whether a Vita from one region can/will connect properly to a Playstation 4 from another region?
Would a Japanese Vita mingle happily and communicate lovingly with a 'Merican PS4 for remote play (/etc) purposes?
Since the games are region-free, my gut assumption says "yes", but I figured I'd ask anyway.
It's probably actually some dude sitting in the grass or running towards the camera or something.
At this point, "Call of Duty: Jurassic Park" might not be enough to make me care if the gameplay still consists of super-linear do-exactly-what-the-yelling-NPC-says design. Being told precisely what to do, where to do it, when to do it, and how to do it just got old.
...and I wrote that, completely forgetting that most people actually buy these games for multiplayer, at which point I still don't think I'd jump back into CoD when I'd much rather play Titanfall.
^^ I agree with all of this. Campaign spectacle isn't enough to make it worth drudging through the boring "follow me and do this" gameplay loop.
The multiplayer hasn't been especially great since CoD4, either. Throwing more unlockables or a slightly different progression at it doesn't make it play better.