real talk, dont take this personally, but halo is dead and infinite's f2p multiplayer will be popular for two weeks then everyone will go back to siege, valorant, overwatch, apex, csgo, warzone, fortnite, etc.I'd like to see more Halo! I'm really stoked for Infinite.
There are also Nintendo things I want to be shown, but I don't even want to voice them for fear of being disappointed
I'm mostly in it for the SP in Halo anyway! If they can deliver on making an open world that's fun to blast covenant jobbers in, I'll be satisfied.real talk, dont take this personally, but halo is dead and infinite's f2p multiplayer will be popular for two weeks then everyone will go back to siege, valorant, overwatch, apex, csgo, warzone, fortnite, etc.
I turned on my PS5 for the first time since finishing Returnal so I could redeem this month's PSN games. I'll turn on my PS5 again when Ratchet & Clank comes out.Lol, peoples reactions on Twitter and ERA to this article is embarrassing: You Still Don't Need A PlayStation 5
Feels like a mixture of strong insecurities and personal attacks. Christ, it's just an opinion piece, move on with your lifes.
I got a PS5, not because I needed one, but because I wanted one to play exclusives like Demons Souls, Sackboy, Returnal, Ratchet etc.
Some people have too strong feelings towards their game machines.
Looks good but very SMT like, a dungeon RPG again, couldn't they come up with something more unique/creative if they're no longer shackled to that one IP? I suppose it could have a creative plot and battle system and stuff even if confined to those tropes. It seems combat is more tactical/has positioning matter etc.
The first trailer for the new RPG from former SMT devs just released. So far it's only confirmed for Japan and only on Switch and Playstation. Hopefully there's a localization announced in the future.