Gaelic-_-Flame said: FNL4EVA23 said: BillyHorrible said:
Gotta remember that people who have already played a game last gen are not the main target audience for a remaster in the new gen, even though there'll be a lot of people like me who like to play an awesome game all over again with better graphics.
Then get last gen and a android phone... When is enough sd does not need a port do uncharted if you want something worthy. They just use the pc version tweak it a bit and wham. But it seems ps fans love this stuff... I prefer true next gen games not this new we got to remaster many games cause most eat it up but the buzz on this one is negative. To each there own but next gen is what it is cause of that mind set. Buy a 360 get game 5 used nuff said my own opinion take or leave no hard feelings but i wont follow the band wagon off a cliff rofl sorry had to lol
Next-gen consoles are at a very early stage, no one can develop a great game in a year, so right now we either have indie games and remasters (which take much less time and people to make), or no games at all (besides cross-gen games which are mostly not very good looking on next-gen)
I would rather choose the first option.
FNL4EVA23, of course you can have your own opinion
mine lies more in line with Gaelic's: I understand how the start of a new generation console comes with remasters, and I don't blame them - in fact, I like playing some if not many of those games - I never had a PS3 so this is the first time I can enjoy Last Of Us, for instance. I'm happy with playing both new IPs and remastered classics; I got time for both
... and if the previous generations are any indication; the developers will find a way to use the new console's power to get to new heights, and five to ten years from now we'll be laughing at how we now thought we'd seen next gen graphics with those first year titles