@oldirtybearon: But when do you reach the point of diminishing returns of money required to make a game look amazing and sales, the cost of developing games is skyrocketing and the more realistic the game the more money that must be spent
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They were impressive graphics but after Crysis 3 hitting this week it wasn't quite as big an impact as it may have been otherwise, for me.
I wanted to fall asleep during the another driving game and another Killzone parts.
At this point I just want to see some serious AI improvements and larger worlds littered with content, not large worlds that are devoid of soul and things to do like most open world games.
Yes what I want from this generation is games that simply weren't possible on the PS3, a la Assassin's Creed 1 and the PS2
During the PS4 conference today the games looked very good, but they looked like the games we already have but with a higher poly count but essentially the same. When you go back and look at the difference between PS2 games and their sequels on the PS3 the difference is staggering, the games shown today all look like they could be scaled down to run on the PS3. Did anyone else feel that the graphics, while impressive, weren't that impressive? Am I simply too jaded to appreciate the awesomness of PS4 graphics?
@Stonyman65: None of that is true I'm currently in the process of potentially enlisting also combat deployments end in 2014 so why don't you do some research before spouting nonsense
This might get deleted but thought it might be worth it for the public service, you can totally go download CS:GO right now even though the splash page is still papo & yo and the counterstrike page says preorder counter strike the PS Store doesn't appear to have updated but it in fact has
@falserelic: And the final boss fight of the game could be an impossible fight with solid snake that you'd have to lose oooh that'd be cool
@SexyToad: actually that is one idea for the game like it could be a f2p model of sorts like the game costs money to buy but after you die a certain amount each additional life costs like 2 bucks haha
So I've had this idea for a game for a while, a roguelike, one death and you're done, but it is a milsim style game the missions themselves would be slightly randomized but there would be a story as a whole and the ultimate goal would be to survive the war I think this would be a really fun game and a more realistic look at war. I think an arma style conflict would fit it best, I.E. two conventional armies butting heads because getting blown up by IEDs would be no fun, so does any such game exist or do you think it would make a good game?