Hm, interesting chart but I don't think it paints a true representation of how things actually are. I mean, you could use this if you had some kind of agenda or you could be sensible and unbiased. In which case, I personally prefer the following:
is titanfall relevant anymore? i mean the thing shipped and sell a decent amount..but make a dent on anything?
No, it absolutely would not. A very modest bump at most, but that's analogous to buying "pro-American"; much less about quality of the product and more about some abstract concept the product barely encompasses.agree with the majority of the post. Im in us and still don't like any of the decisions MS made at reveal.
The last part I don't agree with. If MS and Sony had went with the DRM. I am a firm believer that the Wii U would have seen a major jump in sales.
I want to see people's opinons on "Titanfall: Fad or Fixture?" and if they think so far if the game is just a fad or is it something they believe can be amongst the ranks of well established shooters based on player counts and how often they play.
I forsee a ton of "quality vs quantity" comments even though there's only 3 games that aren't on PS4 on that list and they aren't critically acclaimed "GOAT" games.
A good amount of the other comments will ignore those games because they don't have a multi-million dollar marketing campaign. So regardless of the quality or amount of content, they won't exist.
Nov/Dec are about the same as Jan/Feb but in bigger numbers, I.e. PS4 has slightly more games, but not many more, in most of the PS4 has no games comparisons there are a lot of PS4 games that never come up such as Injustice, DC:UO, Warframe, Warthunder, Blacklight, pinball etc etc.
Eventually when you have a large stack of titles coming out every week of the month the value of the console becomes greater.
Even though some aren't AAA games, multiple indie games create a large library of diversity.
Actually the playstation blog helped out with this
which pretty much breaks it all down
No, it absolutely would not. A very modest bump at most, but that's analogous to buying "pro-American"; much less about quality of the product and more about some abstract concept the product barely encompasses.
People wouldn't suddenly buy a system because it doesn't have DRM, they buy them because they have the content and games they want. Nintendo's games (not counting the Wii Sports and such) do not appeal to the majority of the casual or core market. That's why MS and Sony consoles have routinely outsold them, and continue to do so.
Also you're conflating the preorder situation with DRM; that probably had more to do w/ people preferring PS4 for its power, line-up, and good will off the tailend of the PS3 moreso than no-DRM (that was a factor, tho, I'm sure).
It's N64/PS1 all over again (in that order).
You can market the living hell out of one product with a certain marketing campaign but that doesn't guarantee anything. The PS4 "has no games" is more of continuation of the PS3 has no no games joke, which has heavily outlived its funniness.meh, the "no games", or no "real" games (whatever that means) is really an empty statement when the system (marketed from top to bottom as a games first console) is being sold out consistently since launch.
I'd be surprised if Sony won't ramp up production temporarily during Sep-Oct-Nov to build stock, as long as it keeps selling at this rate that is.If PS4 keeps selling like that there will be some ugly shortages for Christmas 2014 as there won't be much time to build up stock for those months.
If PS4 keeps selling like that there will be some ugly shortages for Christmas 2014 as there won't be much time to build up stock for those months.
You can market the living hell out of one product with a certain marketing campaign but that doesn't guarantee anything. The PS4 "has no games" is more of continuation of the PS3 has no no games joke, which has heavily outlived its funniness.
Injustice and Resogun didn't release on the Xbone.
You probably aren't serious with this image but I agree with it.Updated it