Same hereEither way, I am hoping for a good show.
Please God let us have another @BryanK amazing post.
Starfield and FFXVI are my top most anticipated games for next year. SF6 being a pretty close third.Same here
I am looking forward to Starfield and thats supposed to be a big chunk of this show so as long as that doesn't fall flat getting 15 minutes or so of that will make this a good show for me
Interested in what Kojima has to say as well
He really is a good guy he just truly bleeds blue and will die on any hill to defend Playstation
No avowed, no fable, no perfect dark. If true, just what the have these studios been doing the last two years? People used to be able to start from scratch and ship a game in 2 years. Why cant they get even a vertical slice up and running in two years?
I will save my rant for tomorrow, but wasn't Microsoft with their blank checks supposed to make these studios bigger, more productive and more efficient.
Lets just hope Tom is wrong here and we get Fable, Forza, Avowed, Perfect Dark and Starfield tomorrow.
It wouldn't be a PreXbox Show without Scherier's bad news/information about Xbox to dampen the hype among people and put the brand in a bad light.Schreier deleted the tweet for some reason. It was this:
He’s scum of the industry. Attention seeking. Pretends to be for the devs buts happy to spoil their work when it benefits him.It wouldn't be a PreXbox Show without Scherier's bad news/information about Xbox to dampen the hype among people and put the brand in a bad light.
I wonder why he always waits for the day of the Show to leak negative information if he could have done it before and with some article.....
P.S. The answer is known to all.
Seriously speaking, it is incomprehensible and unprofessional to always wait hours before an Xbox event to, ALWAYS, drop information that leaves the brand in a bad place (which he has already recognized that he is not a big fan If not the opposite).He’s scum of the industry. Attention seeking. Pretends to be for the devs buts happy to spoil their work when it benefits him.