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CharadeSmith posted...Grey_Fox4 posted...CharadeSmith posted...lol what
Grasping at straws.
They're not shooters, pure and simple. I've won the thread with that other post and you're just embarrasing yourself now.
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Grey_Fox4 posted...CharadeSmith posted...Grey_Fox4 posted...CharadeSmith posted...lol what
Oh I get it now, I didn't realize you were trolling. I actually believed you didn't think they were shooters.
Good troll, especially the making a statement then putting nothing behind it. I though you were just some annoying little kid.
PS has a more varied demographic. The demographic that buys those games is "shared" between both consoles. It's your "casual gamer", if you will.
This is all just fanboy prejudice and my console is better bs. I play 90% of my games on my xbox 360, and I cannot stand fps games that are focused on mp. I hated the fact that the biggest exclusives on the 360 were shooters. They were fun, but my internet sucks and I could not enjoy the full package. The ps fans cannot really point fingers when we consider the popular games.
Rachet and Clank, LBP and MGS4 are were popular exclusives that were really different compared to your typical fps or tps. Resistance in a fps, and as popular as it is, The Uncharted games are very focused on shooting. The cinematics and bits of melee mask that though. TLOU is the only other TP game with shooting but it does not focus on that.
The important thing is to have variety in exclusives that are also solid and great at the same time. I know that you experienced the same the same poor choice with your 360, but you and I are examples of people who did not just want shooters. It is just that that was all that we were being offered.
CharadeSmith posted...PS has a more varied demographic. The demographic that buys those games is "shared" between both consoles. It's your "casual gamer", if you will.
Sounds like you bought the wrong console. buy ps3 = get to play more games that are not shooters = profit?
Tyronelio1 posted...Because the Xbox brand is known for multiplayer dudebro shooters while the Sony brand is known for catering to weeaboos and adventure games.
JRPGs are a niche genre, why would you expect to find one in the top 10? It's known for catering to a weeaboo crowd because it gets so many of these very niche games.
If Platinum was HAND drawn, she'd be on paper, fool. This is a video game. They just made her on screen, no "drawing" involved -Delano7 on BlazBlue
cooolio posted...CharadeSmith posted...PS has a more varied demographic. The demographic that buys those games is "shared" between both consoles. It's your "casual gamer", if you will.
I should have clarified that when I said that I played 90% on my 360 that meant that I had another console which is a ps3. I played a few of the ps3 exclusives, and was disappointed by most of them as well.
I played Uncharted 2 and 3, MGS4, TLOU, a demo for Infamous 2 and a demo for Rachet and Clank. There were also a few other demos that I felt were enough decide whether or not I would to buy the full games. I just want to get one thing out the way. Infamous 2's world and side mission design were enough to put me off from buying it because games like RDR offer what I prefer, powers or not.
All I will say is that the linear nature of most of the full games put me off, and it is important to note that find sp to be very important because I cannot play online. MGS4 and TLOU are the only ones that really gave me more open gameplay, but TLOU had a lot of flaws to me that were noticeable on my second playthrough. It was fun the first time though.
The Rachet and Clank games and LBP are the only exclusives that I would give a chance if I had the money at the moment. The PS3 did have more variety, but I found most of the big popular exclusives to be disappointing.
Oh yeah. I bought the PS3 just to play God of War 3. It was to much of the same. The whole cinematic nature was fun on the ps2 because it was amazing and new at the time, but God of War 2 left some big shoes to fill. Sadly, God of War 3 was more of a long awaited sequel than an amazing game.
Because the PS3 had exclusives in many different genres while the 360 mostly had 3rd or 1st person shooters, and of course CoD being bigger on 360 + Halo.
Microsoft only has one of each (Gears and Halo), but they do own three different JRPGs.
List of owned IPs:
Age of Empires
Age of Empires Online
Age of Mythology
Ascend: Hand of Kul
Black & White
Combat Flight Simulator WWII Europe
Comic Jumper: The Adventures of Captain Smiley
Game Chest Series
Gears of War
Grabbed by the Ghoulies
High Heat Baseball
It's Mr. Pants
Jet Force Gemini
Kameo: Elements of Power
Kinect Fun Labs
Kinect Joy Ride
Kung Fu Chaos
Max & the Magic Marker
Microsoft Flight Simulator
Microsoft Train Simulator
Microsoft Space Simulator
Monster Truck Madness
Ms. Splosion Man
N.U.D.E.@ Natural Ultimate Digital Experiment
Project Gotham Racing
Rise of Nations
Ryse: Son of Rome
Secrets and Treasure
State of Decay
Tentacles: Enter the Dolphin
Tork: Prehistoric Punk
True Fantasy Live Online
Wizards & Warriors
Grasping at straws.
"Won the thread"?
And he's the one embarrassing himself.
I don't row.
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