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+Audioboxer

Here's another trailer as well

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theyarecomingforyou

I've never been to London. I can imagine London being like this.

What?!  :|

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elenarie

Got to gif them PS4 bois that "cinematic experience".

 

Stupid junk.

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theyarecomingforyou

I think it will have hurt Sony that this game wasn't ready in time for Christmas, though better to delay it than release an unfinished product. Just look at all the problems that Halo: The Master Chief Collection has had.

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I think it will have hurt Sony that this game wasn't ready in time for Christmas, though better to delay it than release an unfinished product. Just look at all the problems that Halo: The Master Chief Collection has had.

 

You mean, Assassins Creed Unity?

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Cnónna

did I not read somewhere that this games pretty much stuck on rails and full of QTE's :s

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Anthony Tosie

You mean, Assassins Creed Unity?

C'mon, there's no denying that "The Master Chief Collection" has been swamped with problems. It still has tons of bugs and issues.

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Aergan

C'mon, there's no denying that "The Master Chief Collection" has been swamped with problems. It still has tons of bugs and issues.

 

Not denying anything, just comparing a version 1.0 release game with a lot of issues with one that's game engine is still unfinished.

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carOS

PS4 need to share some of the goodies with PC since it has vibrant user base that have similar or slightly more capable hardware to enjoy these games. 

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LaP

I all the gameplay videos i see the game looks far too easy. Let's hope they are playing it a the n00b difficulty level.

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nosense

Judging by what the gaming sites said about this game, it's going to mediocre at best.

 

Tons of QTE, tons of cinematics, 8-15 hours of gameplay and no co-op\mp. Devs focusing on cinematics first before gameplay...

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theyarecomingforyou

You mean, Assassins Creed Unity?

Assassin's Creed: Unity is a multiplatform game, whereas The Order: 1866 and Halo: The Master Chief Collection are both platform exclusives. When a game has issues on all platforms

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PS4 need to share some of the goodies with PC since it has vibrant user base that have similar or slightly more capable hardware to enjoy these games. 

 

No, they really don't need to.

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Judging by what the gaming sites said about this game, it's going to mediocre at best.

 

 

This, watched enough gameplay videos this isn't going to be massive seller. Don't think bloodborne is going to smash sales records either. And their the biggest exclusives Sony has this year outside of Uncharted. Dry start of the year for both consoles. 

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This, watched enough gameplay videos this isn't going to be massive seller. Don't think bloodborne is going to smash sales records either. And their the biggest exclusives Sony has this year outside of Uncharted. Dry start of the year for both consoles.

The Souls series gets into the millions. A dry start for you equates to sales by the way and not quality of titles???

The Order I agree is a wild card, but Bloodborne going by the Souls series is most likely going to review really well.

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elenarie

PS4 need to share some of the goodies with PC since it has vibrant user base that have similar or slightly more capable hardware to enjoy these games. 

 

We tend to dislike cinematic junk, so please by all means, make this "game" stay away from the PC.

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We tend to dislike cinematic junk, so please by all means, make this "game" stay away from the PC.

What?You haven't even try it and that's the problem with current era of gamers. No matter what kind of games came out those people will have nothing but bad things to share. 

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What?You haven't even try it and that's the problem with current era of gamers. No matter what kind of games came out those people will have nothing but bad things to share. 

 

This is the basic problem the devs have. They try something new, it's met with a 'meh' attitude from gamers who haven't even tried it so they resort back to FPS like COD.

 

The gaming industry is in a huge hole and can't get out.

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elenarie

This is the basic problem the devs have. They try something new, it's met with a 'meh' attitude from gamers who haven't even tried it so they resort back to FPS like COD.

 

Good thing that COD is not very popular with PC gamers then.

 

Oh and, adding black lines on the top and the bottom of the screen so that the game renders 30% less stuff is not something new, it is the developers sucking at optimising and being lazy and preferring "cinematic" HA HA "experience", which is NOT welcomed at all between PC gaming circles.

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Good thing that COD is not very popular with PC gamers then.

 

Oh and, adding black lines on the top and the bottom of the screen so that the game renders 30% less stuff is not something new, it is the developers sucking at optimising and being lazy and preferring "cinematic" HA HA "experience", which is NOT welcomed at all between PC gaming circles.

 

You speak for all of PC gamers? COD is one of the most popular franchises ever, like it or not. FPS games home is on PC. 

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elenarie

Who gives a toss about PC games in the Sony section of console gaming?

 

http://www.neowin.net/forum/forum/78-computer-gaming/  - there you go. Off you pop.

 

I was replying to another comment. Sorry, I'll be off.

You speak for all of PC gamers? COD is one of the most popular franchises ever, like it or not. FPS games home is on PC. 

 

35th place today on Steam. I guess you can call that "popular".

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Ha ha, have fun in the PC section. After all, you are the master race :-)

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Brendeth

Yeah it doesn't like like anything special or original, but at least it looks like a solid game with a beautiful visuals. Will definitely be picking this up once I get a PS4.

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Lamp0

I am interested to see what the general reception of this game is.

 

The setting & visual style are really neat but, boy the gameplay looks pretty bog standard at best for a third person shooter.

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