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#3 Posted by xaLieNxGrEyx (2605 posts) -

If Naughty Dog did it

#4 Posted by xaLieNxGrEyx (2605 posts) -

@t_wester: You're not wrong but you're also saying that for a new IP to be successful it must compete in the Top 5 of sales.

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Can't promise anything good luck! Courtesy of Visceral - PS4 btw.

#6 Posted by xaLieNxGrEyx (2605 posts) -

What you really want is Mario Kart 8.

#7 Posted by xaLieNxGrEyx (2605 posts) -

You could potentially license transfer or sell the xbox with your gamertag.

I think you're pretty boned though. This is a prime example of why I buy all my games on disc.

#8 Posted by xaLieNxGrEyx (2605 posts) -

When hasn't Sony had the best conference?

#9 Posted by xaLieNxGrEyx (2605 posts) -

@xalienxgreyx said:

@ravelle said:

@dasacant2 said:

@ares42 said:

Even though I've never been the biggest fan of Jon Snow and his storyline I'd say this was probably the best episode in a long time purely because it felt like an episode and not a clip-show. While I haven't read the books I'm assuming this is more akin to how the story is told there, big chunks of single story-lines instead of a mish-mash. And if it works there, why not for the show ?

Actually the books are kind of like the show in this regard. It might be little more jumpy on tv but I suppose it's inevitable when you have so many different characters and only 10 hours a season.

Is it because of budget limits that it's only 10 episodes a season? They could flesh it out way more and focus on one or two characters per episode.

It's an artistic choice they said they wanted 10 episode seasons from the very start.

... fueled by the fact that if they were to do more episodes, their budget would be stretched even thinner.

If they wanted to milk it and stretch 15 episode seasons im sure they could. Look at The Walking Dead has become.

#10 Posted by xaLieNxGrEyx (2605 posts) -

@ravelle said:

@dasacant2 said:

@ares42 said:

Even though I've never been the biggest fan of Jon Snow and his storyline I'd say this was probably the best episode in a long time purely because it felt like an episode and not a clip-show. While I haven't read the books I'm assuming this is more akin to how the story is told there, big chunks of single story-lines instead of a mish-mash. And if it works there, why not for the show ?

Actually the books are kind of like the show in this regard. It might be little more jumpy on tv but I suppose it's inevitable when you have so many different characters and only 10 hours a season.

Is it because of budget limits that it's only 10 episodes a season? They could flesh it out way more and focus on one or two characters per episode.

It's an artistic choice they said they wanted 10 episode seasons from the very start.