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twintail said:
heavy Rain is one trash game. couldnt take more than 10 mins of it. Detroit, on the other hand, is great. Even though I had played the demo before, its just a better playing game.

It plays like trash, but actually has a great story.



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BraLoD said:
twintail said:
heavy Rain is one trash game. couldnt take more than 10 mins of it. Detroit, on the other hand, is great. Even though I had played the demo before, its just a better playing game.

It plays like trash, but actually has a great story.

I won't doubt what you say about the story but i just can't play anymore of it.  Its just not fun to play.  But Detroit is faring better in that department 



Keiji said:
gooch_destroyer said:
Missed you guys.

Hello.

'Sup?



gooch_destroyer said:
Keiji said:

Hello.

'Sup?

I'm waiting to Wolfenstein Youngblood to be released ^_^



Keiji said:
gooch_destroyer said:

'Sup?

I'm waiting to Wolfenstein Youngblood to be released ^_^

I'm waiting for Borderlands 3. :D



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gooch_destroyer said:
Keiji said:

I'm waiting to Wolfenstein Youngblood to be released ^_^

I'm waiting for Borderlands 3. :D

Of course me too.



So, I have been thinking about what Sony's goal going forward for software will be. imo, I feel like Sony takes their cinematic experiences and add co-op to it.
Co-op is not new for them but I do think it will be what elevates their games to new heights. I don't think it will all be equal. eg, I think Uncharted makes perfect sense. Horizon I can see being more related to hunts/ side quests than the main campaign. But co-op will be added to as many games as possible.

This serves 2 functions, I feel, for Sony. 1) if their games have a competitive mode, they can throw that onto PS Now. The campaign, and the co-op feature, would still require purchasing of the game, which allows Sony to avoid putting their games day 1 on PSNow, while simultaneously putting something.
2) The need for more PS+ accounts, to access the co-op online.

thoughts?



twintail said:
So, I have been thinking about what Sony's goal going forward for software will be. imo, I feel like Sony takes their cinematic experiences and add co-op to it.
Co-op is not new for them but I do think it will be what elevates their games to new heights. I don't think it will all be equal. eg, I think Uncharted makes perfect sense. Horizon I can see being more related to hunts/ side quests than the main campaign. But co-op will be added to as many games as possible.

This serves 2 functions, I feel, for Sony. 1) if their games have a competitive mode, they can throw that onto PS Now. The campaign, and the co-op feature, would still require purchasing of the game, which allows Sony to avoid putting their games day 1 on PSNow, while simultaneously putting something.
2) The need for more PS+ accounts, to access the co-op online.

thoughts?

As long as the co-op doesn't feel forced, tacked on, or take away from the singleplayer experience I'd be fine with them adding it to more games. I could imagine Horizon having an interesting co-op mode that would work like Monster Hunter for example, or Days Gone letting you team up to kill hordes etc. or if we want to integrate it more into the story, I could imagine something like Uncharted working as you're quite often with a second character anyway, so that'd be fine too... 



Anyways, a post to make myself now lol...

So I just finished Odin Sphere Leifthrasir earlier today, took me two weeks and I REALLY enjoyed it, so much that I even went for the complete ending which meant fighting sixteen bosses back to back, which did get a bit tiresome, but it was worth it for the extra gold trophy... all I need to do now is the boss rush thing, level someone up to 65 for all the abilities, find a few skills on three characters, and eat all the meals, then I'll have the platinum, sounds doable in around 10 hours, but I'm putting it aside to play something else.

I'd heard the game was good, but never got the chance to play the original, and I did play the demo on PS4 and enjoyed it, but I really liked the story and characters, I actually wish the game was longer, since 4-6 hours per character felt way too short, their stories could easily have stretched out to double that!

I've already picked my next game to play; Assassin's Creed Origins. I actually want to play Odyssey but I've got it inside my head that I need to finish this first, release order and all that, lol. Not sure when I'll be starting it, or how long it'll take, but meh...



Bristow9091 said:
twintail said:
So, I have been thinking about what Sony's goal going forward for software will be. imo, I feel like Sony takes their cinematic experiences and add co-op to it.
Co-op is not new for them but I do think it will be what elevates their games to new heights. I don't think it will all be equal. eg, I think Uncharted makes perfect sense. Horizon I can see being more related to hunts/ side quests than the main campaign. But co-op will be added to as many games as possible.

This serves 2 functions, I feel, for Sony. 1) if their games have a competitive mode, they can throw that onto PS Now. The campaign, and the co-op feature, would still require purchasing of the game, which allows Sony to avoid putting their games day 1 on PSNow, while simultaneously putting something.
2) The need for more PS+ accounts, to access the co-op online.

thoughts?

As long as the co-op doesn't feel forced, tacked on, or take away from the singleplayer experience I'd be fine with them adding it to more games. I could imagine Horizon having an interesting co-op mode that would work like Monster Hunter for example, or Days Gone letting you team up to kill hordes etc. or if we want to integrate it more into the story, I could imagine something like Uncharted working as you're quite often with a second character anyway, so that'd be fine too... 

Yeah of course. the co-op needs to make sense in the great scope of the narrative itself. If it can't be naturally integrated, then definitely like an additional mode could work. Or something

In other news, Sony financials, Concrete Genie previews (maybe MediEvil too?) and the Sony ChinaJoy conference (with new China Hero Project titles) this week.