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mZuzek said:
Burning Typhoon said:

At least remote play is functional as long as you're playing single-player games that aren't fighting games.  There's too much stuttering with the screen to play a fighting game, but for something simple, like last of us, it gets the job done without being annoying.

Oh... you just called The Last of Us "simple" in comparison to fighting games.

The popcorn in this thread is about to rise exponentially.

Do you know how many fighting games I own?  There is nothing in the last of us that is more difficult than linking 3 of Kazuya's EWGFs in a full tag combo, complete with a bound -- in an actual match.



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Burning Typhoon said:
mZuzek said:

Oh... you just called The Last of Us "simple" in comparison to fighting games.

The popcorn in this thread is about to rise exponentially.

Do you know how many fighting games I own?  There is nothing in the last of us that is more difficult than linking 3 of Kazuya's EWGFs in a full tag combo, complete with a bound -- in an actual match.

I know. But a certain thread here recently showed that VGChartz doesn't have a lot of fondness for fighting games. You know... fighting games are just simple 2D button-mashers while TLOU is a very complex, immersive and breathtaking open-world experience and yadda yadda. That would inevitably come (but I probably jinxed it for mentioning it).



Gets quick, cross buy ports of PS3 games that mostly up the res, then complains about a lack of generational gap? Yea, seems legit. And what squeaky click are you talking about? Sure, there is some click to them, since they are digital now, but they definitely aren't squeaky.



Get the Order then talk about diminishing returns




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Duke of Playstation Plus

Warden of Platformers

I agree with your assessment on the PS home menu. It's messy and disorganized.



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I suggest you buy the following.

Infamous second son, metal Gear solid ground zeroes, metro redux (this especially), resogun, driveclub, battlefield 4, killzone, far cry 4 and shadow of mordor.

Some of these are light years ahead of your average ps4 game.



I don't even think I'll mess with the PS4. I will most likely just upgrade my PC and ride that out with my Wii U for the rest of the generation. Sony hasn't shown me much of anything this generation that will make me buy a PS4.



mii-gamer said:
I agree with your assessment on the PS home menu. It's messy and disorganized.


I really like both the ps3 and the ps4 menu.  



mZuzek said:
Burning Typhoon said:

Do you know how many fighting games I own?  There is nothing in the last of us that is more difficult than linking 3 of Kazuya's EWGFs in a full tag combo, complete with a bound -- in an actual match.

I know. But a certain thread here recently showed that VGChartz doesn't have a lot of fondness for fighting games. You know... fighting games are just simple 2D button-mashers while TLOU is a very complex, immersive and breathtaking open-world experience and yadda yadda. That would inevitably come (but I probably jinxed it for mentioning it).


You mean the very thread I made?  Anyway, I mean in terms of real difficulty.  Fighting games are mind exersizes, not action-adventurers for thoses with short attention spans.  Last of us doesn't have that type of stuff.  Just go from point A to point B.  The game isn't scary.  The story has a cliche (this person has been bit and is the key to survival!)... and... guns.  Shoot shoot shoot.  Point and press a button.... Outside of that, it does everything each and every single other action game has done.  Throw a bomb, shoot, run behind cover and punch.  There's one button for each of those.



Burning Typhoon said:
mZuzek said:

I know. But a certain thread here recently showed that VGChartz doesn't have a lot of fondness for fighting games. You know... fighting games are just simple 2D button-mashers while TLOU is a very complex, immersive and breathtaking open-world experience and yadda yadda. That would inevitably come (but I probably jinxed it for mentioning it).


You mean the very thread I made?  Anyway, I mean in terms of real difficulty.  Fighting games are mind exersizes, not action-adventurers for thoses with short attention spans.  Last of us doesn't have that type of stuff.  Just go from point A to point B.  The game isn't scary.  The story has a cliche (this person has been bit and is the key to survival!)... and... guns.  Shoot shoot shoot.  Point and press a button.... Outside of that, it does everything each and every single other action game has done.  Throw a bomb, shoot, run behind cover and punch.  There's one button for each of those.


It sounds like gaming has run its course with you.  You've lost your love for the game.  I'd say you need a few years away.  Probably burnt out.