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sub-zero-TM said:
pokoko said:
Did I just stumble into an alternate reality where Quantum Break doesn't exist?

Yeah and apparently you also stumbled into an alternate reality where Bloodborne,Ratchet and Clank,Little Big Planet,The Last Guardian,Dragon Quest Heroes, Ni no Kuni and many more don't exist

It's pretty obvious what he's doing.  He's cherry-picking examples that only benefit his agenda and ignoring that Sony has plenty of both types while Microsoft lags behind in total games.  Is Resogun cinematic?  Is Driveclub cinematic?  His argument is poor.



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badgenome said:
Intrinsic said:

Uncharted 4 has more "gameplay" than something like gears..... at the very least uncharted has platforming and puzzles.

Off the top of my head it seems like Uncharted has had very little real platforming. Holding the stick toward the next ledge and pushing a button to move to it is really just a more complicated version of walking.

Uncharted 2 had a lot of gameplay, but Uncharted 4 not too imo. A lot of scripted events and not a whole lot of shooting sections. 



Bandorr said:
Slade6alpha said:

MS only has Halo, Forza, and Gears. 

Don't forget Scalebound.. oh wait.

Guerrilla Cambridge is making it... oh wait. 




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TallSilhouette said:
I see it more like:

Nintendo: Video games are a fun toy for the whole family.
Microsoft: Video games are a cool toy for young adults.
Sony: Video games are an art form for a variety of tastes.

That is actually pretty true.



Snoopy said:

Uncharted 2 had a lot of gameplay, but Uncharted 4 not too imo. A lot of scripted events and not a whole lot of shooting sections. 

I still haven't played 4 yet except for some MP, but 3 seemed to take a big step away from the perfect balance they'd achieved in 2. Then again, with how bad the aiming was in 3 at launch (I guess they patched it later?) I kind of wish there had been even less gameplay!



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Slade6alpha said:
Bandorr said:

Don't forget Scalebound.. oh wait.

Guerrilla Cambridge is making it... oh wait. 

Good thing they at least finished their games first huh?

poor fable :(



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Goatseye said:
pokoko said:

When you make very few games there are no "few exceptions".  

Few? LOL. Gears, ReCore, Quantum Break, FH3, all first party.

We can also add the likes of Sunset Overdrive, Cuphead, and Ori. 




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pokoko said:
sub-zero-TM said:

Yeah and apparently you also stumbled into an alternate reality where Bloodborne,Ratchet and Clank,Little Big Planet,The Last Guardian,Dragon Quest Heroes, Ni no Kuni and many more don't exist

It's pretty obvious what he's doing.  He's cherry-picking examples that only benefit his agenda and ignoring that Sony has plenty of both types while Microsoft lags behind in total games.  Is Resogun cinematic?  Is Driveclub cinematic?  His argument is poor.

See, thats what I mean. When Sony does aim for gameplay center game, it usually not too great this generation. Driveclub was terrible. I thought bloodborne was great however. Now sony big games are going for that cinematic experience. Look at new GOW trailer. It was litterally kratos going down a narrow path and press x to continue. 



badgenome said:
Intrinsic said:

Uncharted 4 has more "gameplay" than something like gears..... at the very least uncharted has platforming and puzzles.

Off the top of my head it seems like Uncharted has had very little real platforming. Holding the stick toward the next ledge and pushing a button to move to it is really just a more complicated version of walking.

The fact that you even have ledges to jump to or from or there is even jumping at all and that the game generally has some verticality to it is still way more "gameplay" than you would  find in Gears.... which is the closest thing to uncharted on the MS side of things.



Intrinsic said:
badgenome said:

Off the top of my head it seems like Uncharted has had very little real platforming. Holding the stick toward the next ledge and pushing a button to move to it is really just a more complicated version of walking.

The fact that you even have ledges to jump to or from or there is even jumping at all and that the game generally has some verticality to it is still way more "gameplay" than you would  find in Gears.... which is the closest thing to uncharted on the MS side of things.

I wouldn't bother with badgenome. He's a known Xbot with lots of Gamerscore.



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