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I think you should rebrand your thread idea:
Nintendo Developer Spotlight
Include a list of titles they had a hand in developing, then include your blurbs
As is, you are creating a thread of information presented as an argument as opposed to a thread of information presented as a celebration
Just a thought...also, some bullet points would be nice for those of us who can't read.
I really do getting more information on these people...I just wish it wasn't posed as a question that I have to agree or disagree with.
My two cents.
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thismeintiel said: I think devs will do whatever they want. And they should have the freedom to do so, as well. However, I think we're going to see a lot of devs take advantage of the new Dual Sense. Mainly because this isn't anything extra the player has to do. Not motion or touchpad gimmicks. It's just normal gaming enhanced. And I think once players feel the adaptive triggers and much...
The DualShock 4 is one of the most fully featured controllers on any gaming platform. In addition to the standard controller layout. There's a built-in speaker, capacitive clickable touchpad, motion and gyro sensor, and a light bar that can be used in conjunction with the PlayStation Camera for position tracking, and gives visual feedback and player identification.Despite being jam-packed with...
twintail said: I figured this existence of this was common knowledge. Granted, I'm not sure if calling it a Playstation is quite fair. But yeah, interesting device. I didn't realise it used the XMB. fascinating I guess you could say the PSX is a non-cannon system in the PlayStation line. ...
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