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  1. ♪♫ When you just listen to wonderful music without paying attention to anything ♪♫

  2. Nice. Never got to try this. Any news on a possible release date?
  3. I'm too much tired to argue so I'll just agree with everything you said and move on although not every VR game will require the PS Camera. Some of them will be playable only by using your controller, others will require the Move, and others will require both the Move and the Camera. So you could say that while you definitely needed plenty of room to use all of Kinect's games you won't need it for some VR games. I don't know how many games will require the Camera and Move, hopefully is not the majority but I haven't paid too much attention to it so I don't know.
  4. I understand you think it doesn't, but it does, at least a bit. Xbox 360's audience was a bit different than the PS3's audience, and the same thing applies nowadays with the XB1 and PS4's player base. One was more inclined to FPS and western co-op games while the other was more aimed to RPGs, Japanese stuff, interactive dramas, etc. This is why some games tend to sell better on one system rather than on the other, since people buys a certain console them depending on their tastes, which can also affect how a peripheral will do. The Kinect would've or would've not had the same success if it was released for the PS3 instead. The main problem with the Kinect was not too many people had either too much space on their room to make it work properly or they just weren't interested to stand up and use their body to play it, or they thought they would look silly doing it. Meanwhile while there are people who aren't willing to put a VR headset on their head at least it looks a little more appealing to them 'cause they can play it using a normal controller while being sit down. Also I believe the VR is being adopted by a lot of other devices, such like mobiles, PCs, etc... while the Kinect was pretty much all alone by itself and didn't managed to convince too many people as the "future of gaming". Lastly, is not like the PS VR will only be about "small experiences", aren't big games like Resident Evil 7 and Rise of the Tomb Raider going to support PS VR one way or another? and I think Call of Duty too? at least companies like EA said they'll wait and see how the PS VR will do before starting to develop games for it. Outlast's devs also said they might think about making Outlast 2 a PS VR-compatible game, but since they are a small team they'll wait and see how well it would do on sales first before thinking about it.
  5. While I agree this doesn't necessarily mean it will stay like this on a long term, the Kinect and the PSVR are two completely different devices, that were sold on two completely different systems and at a different time. Little things like that can totally change how a product will do on sales. I repeat, I'm not saying it will be a success or that it will be a failure since no one can know for sure. I too won't be getting one for now cause I just don't have the money for it, maybe at some point in the future I will depending how it'll end up doing.
  6. With Sony Interactive Entertainment Europe’s Jim Ryan revealing yesterday that Sony will sell “many hundreds of thousands” of PlayStation VR headsets at launch, SIE America President Shawn Layden has told Polygon in a pre-launch interview that the company is making a profit on every PSVR unit sold. Layden made the comment after declining to say if they were thinking of doing a PSVR upgrade in the future, similar to the PS4 and PS4 Pro. He added, “I’m still ten days away from getting the first generation out the door. This is a new frontier for all of us, Sony and its players. Anyone who says they can predict the future is not telling the truth. But people do feel like the time has come for bringing VR to the consumer level. This is the year it all begins.” In terms of PlayStation VR games, there are 30 at launch, with 20 more planned to come out by the end of 2016. Because there’s such a wide variety of titles available on day one, Layden admits that no one knows what the killer app will be: We’re trying to take the whole gaming experience, trying to imagine if you could immerse yourself and be inside the game what would be the best title. So right now our games are really right across the board. From Thumper to Headmaster to EVE to becoming the Batman, there are a lot of different things to see where the VR market goes. No one knows what the killer app is going to be. The lack of a clear killer app hasn’t hurt PlayStation VR sales though, as many retailers around the world are currently out of stock. As GameStop COO Tony Bartel told The Street, many of their stores will be sold out by the end of today: We saw tremendous demand, and in fact right now many of our stores will be sold out of the first wave of Sony’s PlayStation VR by tonight. We are working with them to try and get more product.
  7. The lack of a plat really SUCKS
  8. It seems you love making threads that are only about bad news about Sony products: "PS Now is heading to PC", "PSVR will be timed exclusive", "Vita came too late"... I never saw you saying anything bad about Microsoft nor sharing any bad news about them, I wonder why...
  9. I should've made a list that also incorporated PS3 and Vita games and multi platform titles and not limit myself to PS4 exclusives then, but it would've taken me forever.
  10. The way you said it made it seems like you said there are more remasters than new games across all the platforms: "too bad there are still lots more remasters/HD ports/whatever name developers give it nowadays". If you've just said "there are many remasters this days" I would agree, but I don't agree when someone says there are more remasters than new games because that's not true at all.
  11. That's a little bit unfair considering I only mentioned PS4-exclusives while you mentioned multi platform titles and also included PS3 and Vita games. If I had mentioned new games that were released on the PS3, the PS Vita and the PS4 without only limiting myself to exclusives like you did then there will still be thousands more new games and new IPs across all those platforms than remasters. Destiny, The Division, Dishonored 2, Don't Starve, The Bunker, Virginia, Mafia 3, The Witness, Life is Strange, etc... the list is just too big to mention them all, just by taking a look at this list regularly: you'll see that there are far more new games than remasters coming out, including indies, AAA, AA, A-only games, F2P, etc...
  12. I think Infinity Mode is pretty much a Sandbox mode, since there are no missions and you only have to worry about eat and drink every now and then so you don't die.
  13. Bloodborne, Until Dawn, The Last Guardian, Horizon Zero Dawn, Detroit Become Human, DriveClub, The Order 1886, Nioh, Gravity Rush 2, Uncharted 4, Infamous Second Son, Infamous First Light, Gran Turismo Sport, Days Gone, Death Stranding, Dreams, God of War, Spiderman, Ratchet and Clank, etc... We certainly don't get new games or new IPs anymore...
  14. Nah personally I would recommend to start with the REmake, it might be a prequel but RE0 is a little harder than the REmake and not so good compared to it in my opinion. RE0 was also released after the REmake. So in my opinion you should start with the REmake first since its a much more enjoyable game than 0 and better than it in many ways (giving all its different outcomes and endings, and all those different cutscenes). Otherwise if you play 0 first then you probably will be left with a sour taste. I'm not saying that RE0 is bad, as a Survival Horror and as a Resident Evil game is way better than any of the recent titles of the franchise, but personally I feel is the "least enjoyable" or memorable old-school RE game.