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  • Win_or_Wince - December 3, 2014 3:17 p.m.

    Anticipation is a tricky dick (thanks for the catchphrase, Nixon). With recent letdowns such as Watch Dogs, Drive Club and Aliens: Colonial Marines gamers are reminded of how far the bottom can be. The latest episode of Win or Wince covers just such a topic. Bait-and-Switch Video Game Trailers
  • Win_or_Wince - November 12, 2014 11:54 a.m.

    The question has to be asksed: are game developers starting to consider the end of console gming--or, more spefifically, the reality that they may well be developing for mobile platforms such as Android and iOS rather than Sony and Microsoft? Mobile Gaming Taking Over the Video Game Industry: (Win or Wince?):
  • scritty - November 23, 2014 11:11 a.m.

    I hope not. For a start touchscreen gaming is something I just can't get on board with. I have large touch screen devices that (I lead to believe) have very good - responsive screens that allow for a great deal of accuracy. The 2014 Ipad and the Samsung S5 phone. When attempting to game on either device I might as well just smash my face into the screen. Can't select an element on the screen I select more than one element (when I only wanted one) Then I select the wrong element. When I drag the element gets left behind either at the beginning or at some point during the drag On screen buttons don't respond when pressed Or respond long after they were pressed Or respond when my finger is merely hovering over them and not touching the screen at all. I play tons of games on PC and console and have no control issues. I press the controller or move the mouse - it works - every time. Then there are the games themselves. Jeepers so many thousands of games - such a high percentage of them complete rubbish. While there are perhaps 5 or 10 good (ish) games. X-Com, some Spiderweb software games, Minecraft and a couple of decent puzzlers - a list of less than 10 games in 5 years represents the only apps I'd consider playing. Most of the rest would struggle to get a download as a free Java or Flash game on a decent console or on a PC. Are people really going to stop playing Destiny or Far Cry or Elite or Dwarf Fortress or Dragon Age... to play Bejewelled 2? I don't flipping think so. If touch screen gaming is the future - I'm out
  • dubyrunning - October 17, 2014 10:51 a.m.

    This article could stand an update - Chariot is already released, and where is No Man's Sky?
  • imthenigth - August 15, 2014 3:36 p.m.

    That's it? this is the next gen games?...really? only 5 maybe 6 of those games are (maybe) worthy to play in next gen console... buy a ps4 just to play a bunch of arcades and low graphic quality games, my point is not that better graphics made best games, no, my point is, Why buy a new console to play games that my ps3 or my 360, can run smoothly??? huh??? why then i should buy a new console??? to play Silent HillSSS.? to play Witcher 3?...pffff, i pass
  • stevles - August 26, 2014 12:48 a.m.

    Seeing as your post is pretty much indecipherable, I only understood a small collection of words and they were: "WAAAA I CANT AFFORD A PS4"
  • Robsticles - May 15, 2014 1:21 p.m.

    Somebody please tell me there is a way to view all these on one page??
  • SilentBob420BMFJ - June 6, 2014 5:51 p.m.

    GamesRadar are a bunch of greedy (or dumb as hell) bastards. They make it 1 per page so that they get more advertisements in I bet. I refuse to view these lists. I don't know how they pop up on Google so much being as greedy/dumb as they are with this total BS.
  • winner2 - May 1, 2014 4:21 p.m.

    Someone please explain to me what ideas from DA2 were worth holding onto. Because every time this phrase has been repeated, no explanation has been given. "We wanted to keep some of this...some of it wasn't great but parts of it were unique...we got a lot of great feedback...lot of mixed feelings...we really learned a lot". No, you found out that it sucked ass, at least until you can explain what about it was so special that you need to keep referencing said mystery quality it in the vaguest way possible.
  • FoxdenRacing - February 20, 2014 11:46 a.m.

    I'm happy to see Second Son get a new protagonist. Can't do Cole's story forever, and let's face it, "Remember how awesome you were in the first game! Surprise, we found a way to take that all away about 10 minutes in!" sucks even worse in superhero settings than it does normally. At the same time it'd be a crime to see a universe so rich with potential unceremoniously dumped into the annals of history just because Cole has no more story to tell, and/or no more Macguffins to reset him to the beginning of a feasible power progression system.
  • rhamza161 - January 31, 2014 12:54 p.m.

    There is a typo on slide 16's text block. "final fantasy has large shoes to [sic] full" should be fill... Great article, and I'm looking forward to every game except the horror games!
  • Mr Braindown - December 24, 2013 10:08 a.m.

    And there was me thinking that the first rule of Driveclub was that you don't talk about Driveclub.....
  • Renatus - November 29, 2013 2:44 p.m.

    I love the optical illusion when you scroll up and down on the Infamous pic lol. I'm kind of exited for The Division that looks quite amazing and detailed. And i can't wait for Naughty Dog's & Quantic Dream’s new games. Other usual PS titles i get exited for a new generation would be new Gran Turismo, Metal Gear and Twisted Metal: Final Trac (Online Free to Play) Story with purchase you here me David Jaffe make it happen boy!
  • YaminoKaze - November 22, 2013 1:32 p.m.

    I have to say, I'm kind of glad I waited. I'm a big RPG fan, and while I occasionally branch out, they're my bread and butter. Of the RPGs listed, only two actually have estimates for 2014 so far. There's ESO, which I'm very on the fence about. I love the Elder Scrolls series, but I the feel of the series just doesn't seem to mesh well with an MMO format (and I'm a bit burnt out on MMOs as is). I've got another poke at the beta this weekend (starting in an hour and a half, actually), so I guess I'll hold my opinion until then. Still, even if I do end up playing, it'll be for PC. As for the Witcher...I've seen so many people say it's their favorite RPG series, but honestly, I just can't get into it. I got the first game and the second one on Steam when they were on sale, and I can't seem to get past an hour in unless I really force myself. Even of those that may not come out until 2015, there's FFXV and KH3. FFXV has me wary after the debacle that was FFXIII, and KH3...well, KH3 is starting to feel like the RPG fan's version of Duke Nukem Forever. I keep hearing it's coming, but at this point, I'll only believe that when I have a copy in my hands.
  • freeden - November 21, 2013 11:51 p.m.

    InFamous, Destiny, and MGS V are currently on my horizon. There are others of course. I did manage to see Outlast all the way through. I passed, however, after the less than satisfying ending. Kind of spoiled the game for me. Fun experience though. I just wish there was more to look forward to on the PS4 before the year is up. Sadly, not much coming out for another couple of months.
  • Manguy17 - November 21, 2013 5:01 p.m.

    A few nice ones in there. Destiny, Infamous, Uncharted, Witcher 3 and watch dogs are the ones im most hopeful for. The order might be good too. Although if the rumors of Fallout and Mass effect 4 come true and they release within 2014, then they will almost certainly be my top picks for the year.
  • jedisamurai - November 21, 2013 4:36 p.m.

    I think this life is exquisite proof that it's not a good idea to buy a Next-Gen system right now unless you're big into the Indie games coming out and don't own a PC. Not a single game on the list I would want to play. Until there's some colorful games from Atlus, sports games from SEGA, action games from Ninja Theory, and a sequel to Child of Eden (or something like that) it's just more of the sepia-toned brutality that made this current generation such a snore-fest until the more creative devs got up to speed.
  • MidianGTX - December 1, 2013 5:47 p.m.

    Proof? You know everyone who bought the PS4 is still going to have it when these games release, right? Price drops are slated for 2015, nobody's losing money here... they're just enjoying stuff sooner than you are.
  • jedisamurai - December 1, 2013 7:54 p.m.

    That depends on what you consider losing money. To me buying something for a higher price with less included, more bugs, less features, and nothing I want to play would be a waste of both my time and money, whereas waiting till the price drops, the games are cheaper, the bugs are worked out, and features are added would represent a savings in my opinion.
  • sspdy13 - June 13, 2014 5:58 p.m.

    Like this guy said if you have the money come on and join the party train it is very fun. Just dont bag on a system because you dont own one or cant afford it. I own it and I recommend it to friends and family. From your review it looks like you dont own one so your review on the system is soMewhat miss leading it has indie games that is true but also big titles yes they are 60 but worth it. Those games you mentioned arent even that good. Ninja theory is so boring.

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