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  1. Is it ok if anyone finally adds Jim Ryan to the Crappy Games Wiki? https://crappygames.miraheze.org/wiki/Crappy_Games_Wiki
  2. If you think EA's bad, wait until you realize Activision is in the same, if not worse, position since someone who never, EVER sees gaming as art (Bobby Kotick) has been a CEO since the 90's. EA had got the bad change sometime on the way to the 2010s.
  3. True. While I am very disappointed with the current leadership doing all the asinine decisions, I at least understand why they are shutting down PS3 and the remaining purchase options for the PSP, considering how they were up for two generations. Saddest thing about it all is that nobody could do anything about it, same with taking preservation about as seriously as movies. You may choose to move on or not, but the truth still remains: it's hard to say goodbye to yesterday. Farewell, PS3, PSP and Vita. You may be gone, but not forgotten. P.S. The Vita deserved better...
  4. Ever since Jim Ryan became CEO, things have been pretty much depressing as a longtime fan, especially as things are getting worse and worse at a faster rate. Do you believe if things will ever turn around for PlayStation to win back their good name or is this the point where it's all too late?
  5. I am pretty disappointed to see this news being true. But I don't know how should I feel about this as someone who was a passionate PlayStation enthusiast since the PS1 and PS2. I mean, what about preservation of some games that will never be brought to the modern systems again unless they are still somehow available on PC via Steam or GOG? Especially for games that are either digital only games you could ONLY find on the PS3 and Vita stores or games that are hard to find themselves, like Klonoa or Arc The Lad? One thing's for sure: it's hard to say goodbye to yesterday. Most would simply move on, others just refuse to let go. I will just chalk this up as another disappointing move from Sony Interactive Entertainment's new leadership under Jim Ryan. I don't know if I really want to invest in the PS5 and its new VR headset, let alone any ps4 game in the future, I am legit worried on how longtime fans just get shafted just to appease the crowd that only plays FIFA, Fortnite, CoD or SIE's own exclusive games that, let's be honest, barely even feel like games and feel more like glorified FMV games / interactive movies. All I wish for now is for SIE to somehow turn this ship around for the better and not make things worse, especially if we ever get any new CEO way better than Jim Ryan.
  6. My best guess is that 1% is for games that are the following: - Online-only games you cannot play anymore - Games that require special accessories (examples: Skylanders series, Guitar Hero Live) - VR Games *are* compatible with PS5, though. - PlayLink games (Singstar Celebrations, That's You!, Knowledge is Power) - UNO and Ticket to Ride do not require an app, though.
  7. About the attention part, prepare to be severely disappointed. https://www.playstationlifestyle.net/2019/10/30/call-of-duty-modern-warfare-sales/
  8. Guess we'll have to settle with Ravenscourt's Let's Sing games and THQ Nordic's WeSing after the servers are closed down.
  9. As much as I am into the idea of the sequel being remade, I doubt it since: 1. Sony barely marketed the game in contrast to Death Stranding and Last of Us Part II. Same thing happened to Gravity Rush 2, Days Gone and PS All-Stars Battle Royale. and 2. It releases on the same day as Activision Blizzard's microtransaction heavy Call of Duty Modern Warfare, which will sell millions anyway. And that's not even mentioning their ties to China and the fact they lie about no predatory microtransactions as they will add them in after the review phase is over, like it happened with CoD Black Ops 4 and CTR Nitro Fueled.
  10. That might be a bit of an understatement, mate.
  11. You'd think they would have used that opportunity to get Beenox to fix online issues and re-balance the WC value, but nope.
  12. But since this is from Activision, I can't say I am surprised. I mean, they always did that with games after release.
  13. https://news.google.com/articles/CBMiZGh0dHBzOi8vZ29uaW50ZW5kby5jb20vc3Rvcmllcy8zMzY2NTAtbWluZWNyYWZ0LXN0b3J5LW1vZGUtc3VwcG9ydC1lbmRpbmctanVuZS0yNXRoLTIwMTktbWFrZS1zdXJlLXTSAQA?hl=en-IE&gl=IE&ceid=IE%3Aen Not looking good... Same will happen with the *retail* copies, too The all digital future continues to look promising, alright. Promising to make sure game preservation goes extinct. >:(
  14. If I would pick what service should I get, which one has more value? Xbox Game Pass: Download XOne, X360, OG Xbox games, 20% Off featured games, Over 100 games, 10 Euro per month, 30 for three months. (I also saw Smyths sell a prepaid 6 month card, too.) PS Now: Download PS4 (and select PS2) games, Stream PS4 and PS3 games through PS4 or PC, Over 600 games so far, 13 pounds per month, 85 pounds per year. Monthly fee calculated together for the full year? PS Now: 156 Pounds altogether if you used monthly. Xbox Game Pass: 120 Euro altogether if you used monthly, quarterly or 6 month offer from smyths.