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DonFerrari said:
CGI-Quality said:

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Wasn't image only post forbidden by rules? /joking.

No. :P

It is only an issue if it becomes spam.

Last edited by CGI-Quality - on 15 February 2019

                                                                                                                                            

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yvanjean said:

Microsoft should be ashamed of themselves for having full retail price on this game. They could of really help the score if they sold it at 29.99 or 39.99.
Would of tempered expectation and set a reasonable bar for this game.

 

Doubtful. State of Decay 2 was a great sequel to a good game, launched at $30 and still got bad scores. 



CGI-Quality said:
DonFerrari said:

Wasn't image only post forbidden by rules? /joking.

No. :P

It is only an issue if it becomes spam.

I do remember some people getting warns, but were more in reaction to OP.

Glad I didn't report you kkkkkk

How does Crackdown 3 fares visually on your PC?



duduspace11 "Well, since we are estimating costs, Pokemon Red/Blue did cost Nintendo about $50m to make back in 1996"

http://gamrconnect.vgchartz.com/post.php?id=8808363

Mr Puggsly: "Hehe, I said good profit. You said big profit. Frankly, not losing money is what I meant by good. Don't get hung up on semantics"

http://gamrconnect.vgchartz.com/post.php?id=9008994

DonFerrari said:
CGI-Quality said:

No. :P

It is only an issue if it becomes spam.

I do remember some people getting warns, but were more in reaction to OP.

Glad I didn't report you kkkkkk

How does Crackdown 3 fares visually on your PC?

 "Glad I didn't report you kkkkkk" .............. okay. :D

I don't have Crackdown 3. Haven't ever really been a fan of the series, but from what I've seen, it looks decent enough on the platform.



                                                                                                                                            

Chris Hu said:
eva01beserk said:

Im glad then that its not coming this year. I really hate yearly releases. I guest its just me though as Call of duty seems to be #1 every year.

How is it on track to beat it? Games sell their most on the very first few months. Its only at half of the previous.. With gamepass now a thing there really is no reason to buy it anymore. if it passes 2.5m life time as actual sales it will be lucky. That more people will end up playing it thanks to gamepass, sure that probably true. 

Forza Horizon and Forza Motorsport are two completely different games so even with their regular release schedule they are not yearly releases.  Its on track to beat it since so far the physical numbers are higher then the third games during the same time plus it sold a lot more digitally since close to one million people bought the digital ultimate edition which gave you early access to the game before the game was officially released.  It already has surpassed way more then 2.5 million copies already like I said earlier it already surpassed five million total players a while back.

It might be diferent sure, but most people dont see  it that way, or even care. Its like call of duty. No one cares one is in the future another in the past it plays the same and people just see another call of duty. The same with forza, the only real change is that one is off road.

I see, this must be the first forza to be available online. Gotcha.



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Oneeee-Chan!!! said:

I remember they cancelled Scalebound.

But this bad game was ok. (PC version is meta 54)

Why ?

Microsoft released Lococycle but canceled Scalebound.

Imagine how bad it must have been 



flashfire926 said:
eva01beserk said:

I was comparing horizons with previous horizons, and Motorsports with previous Motorsport. And if you saw the chart, they have been selling less with each iteration. You can say it changes with every release, but its still a simulation, theres only so much they can do to stick to what its trying to imitate.

And like I said to chris hu, being on track used to mean something, not for xbox after gamepass. First thing is that most games, specially multiplayer ones sell the most in the first few months and now with gamepass what incetive do people have to buy the game.

No, it's not a simulation (the horizon series). Simulators are games like Gran Turismo and Project Cars. Games like Forza Horizon and Need for Speed are more arcade racers. 

Heck, in one of the DLC's, you're doing loop de loops on hot wheels tracks:

For the last time, ITS. NOT. A. SIMULATION.

Also, just checked, and at this point in FH3's life it had sold about the same as Horizon 4. So it went up from FH2 to FH3, and stayed flat from FH3 to FH4.

FH2 was a the exeption to the rule out of 11 games, ok that destroyed my argument.

Thats great for FH4, but gamepass was not a thing back in the FH3 days. There where people who dint buy a game at full price and bought it down the line, with gamepass thats gone. I highly doubt this game will sell much more.

I think what you can say is that this is not  a 100% simulation. as the most this series varies is that you can go off road. The gamplay dosent change that much just cuz its an openworld map. But like I said before, people see forza and thats all, like any call of duty is just another call of duty.



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Mr Puggsly said:
mjk45 said:

They painted themselves into a corner by making this the poster boy for the cloud,  they were under the pump with their forced back down along with xbox being underpowered and kinetic making it overpriced , you then got azure and the cloud being used for damage control, with marketing that explained the power difference away by implying that Sony went for sheer brute force but MS's approach of smart hardware design combined with clever software was more than it's equal and Crackdown was going to show the future in cloud aided  game design now with that message being heeded by one side and disparaged by the other, it became a bigger media target than it should have been ,it had a lot riding on it.So the timeline of delays probably went like this,first few delays aimed at  getting what they envisioned, then all those time delays  lead to the point of no return, where getting it out the door with as much intact as they can manage so they can at least say it's done is the aim.

The part I bolded was all I read and rolled my eyes... maybe you make some good points, but I'm not gonna bother reading any further.

I think there is enough evidence pointing to problems working with Platinum Games. Crackdown 3 had other developers, primarily Sumo.

If MS really feels Scalebound had potential, Ninja Theory could continue where they left off. Could be a great 9th gen game.

Ninja theory can make a much better job. Im not aware of an platinum game with any depth to it. I think ninja theory can make a good character with a much better story, maybe less over the top action. platinum is just crazy over the top action and I have never cared for any of their characters. 



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Lol this thread

1. I have said multiple times that MS’s output this gen was bad, not sure why people seem to think the opposite

2. I’m saying MS’s first party has went through a lot of changes in the last year so idk how it’s worrying for next gen when we haven’t even seen what they can do.

There’s a lot of concern trolling here, almost no one expected this to turn out good but please continue. Imagine being so invested in a console you don’t like, can’t relate. Lol



iceland said:
Lol this thread

1. I have said multiple times that MS’s output this gen was bad, not sure why people seem to think the opposite

2. I’m saying MS’s first party has went through a lot of changes in the last year so idk how it’s worrying for next gen when we haven’t even seen what they can do.

There’s a lot of concern trolling here, almost no one expected this to turn out good but please continue. Imagine being so invested in a console you don’t like, can’t relate. Lol

If you don't have any good examples, then you still have reasons to worry.

Good that you are trying to pass a image that there is trolling involved.



duduspace11 "Well, since we are estimating costs, Pokemon Red/Blue did cost Nintendo about $50m to make back in 1996"

http://gamrconnect.vgchartz.com/post.php?id=8808363

Mr Puggsly: "Hehe, I said good profit. You said big profit. Frankly, not losing money is what I meant by good. Don't get hung up on semantics"

http://gamrconnect.vgchartz.com/post.php?id=9008994