There is a straightforward logic path for me. I have a mid-high end PC.
All of the Xbox (Non-PS4) games I'm excited for will be coming to PC (GoW3, Dead Rising 4, Cuphead). And if Forza Horizon 3 is any indication of the first party support for PC, they'll probably run fine.
Persona 5, FF XIV, and (hopefully) Kingdom Hearts 3 will very likely look or run better on the PS4 pro even with a 1080p TV (or monitor in my case).
So, when Persona 4 and FFXV I will have the best possible performance with them on the Playstaion Pro. Mass Effect: Andromeda will come out on PC, but for the majority of purchasers who buy on console it will perform better on the Pro.
Anything I'm even remotely excited about on the Xbox side will be coming out on Windows as well. That was Microsoft's real blunder. I'm having a hard time even craigslisting my Xbox One (which has dropped CONSIDERABLY in grey market value (145 on craigslist and 100 at Gamestop) compared to the PS4 (210 on craigslist and 145 at Gamestop).
Alright, thanks for the advice, I hadn't been doing a full 20/20 on my main army. He had been losing to a very large stage of orcs (and occasionally two orc armies reinforcing eachother). Should I bother building the armory for the great weapon version of these units? Should I build multiple artillery?
I can't for the life of me figure out what to do in the Dwarf campaign.
I take the starting area (as the game leads you to). After that I usually build my army up for a turn or two and then take on the ambush mission. Shortly after that I start a second army and take back the parts of Blood River Valley that aren't in the Purple ally's hands. I then form a small third army to stay back at home and build up the pillars as a defensive base. I then try to move south and take Death's Pass. I usually don't have any trouble taking the settlements there, but I can't get a large enough force to survive trying to siege the Greenskins' main base in that area. Shortly after (usually around turn 15-20ish the Greenskins amass a major army that wipes out both of mine, without much of a fight, and takes back Death's Pass. My Blood River Valley settlements are typically taken back as well.
Am I trying to expand too quickly? Should I focus on building up one or two super-strong armies first? Should I focus on economy?
As you can see in the video, I didn't have the correct perk to craft the D variant (Armorer Rank 2), but crafted it anyway.
I have confirmed this works with all other crafting as well.
The game seems to craft whatever is highlighted when the craft is confirmed, regardless of whether or not you meet the perk requirements.
This glitch requires you to be able to craft an item above another item you can't craft. You then need to quickly attempt to move down to the lower item while mashing the craft button. This won't work if you have already crafted the upper item.
Bungie has made some statements that there is a single player in this game. But is it truly a single player game or is there always other players running around?
It is single-player in the sense that all of the story content can be completed without PS+ and/or without interacting with anyone else. There are also instanced story zones which will never have random people running around.