Yeah, I would definitely like to see a return to the series. It's what got me into FPS games to begin with! And yes the Auger and Bullseye are my favorite weapons as well. I also loved how if you played as Chimera in multiplayer you had an advantage and a weakness (you could detect others through walls but the consequence of doing that was you'd overheat.)That's disappointing to hear. The Auger and Bullseye are some of my favorite weapons of any fps to date.
They should test the waters with a Resistance 3 "remaster" cause the resolution on that game took a serious hit on PS3
Would be another great game to take full advantage of the Duelsense.
The article mentions Days Gone as well. It was because they had TLOU's sequel and Days Gone that the decision was made.While also continuing working on another third person shooter post apocalyptic zombie game named Days Gone when you have TLOU and had a sequel on the way... Tf
Gears at it's worse time outsold all games in both those game series + MAG combined.
The point is, those games are what people need now.Gears at it's worse time outsold all games in both those game series + MAG combined.
Elaborate to how this relates to the thread.Sony's "cinematic" mentality is really hurting their creativity.
Co-op in R2 was so much fun. It was pretty basic and mindless but the community was great. Had so much fun back when it was active.Loved R1, the R2 co-op and R3.
but sony made the right decision to cancel it. It presumably freed Insomniac to work on spiderman, which is a way more interesting game.
COD wasn't that big until MW2 Halo was still the lead FPS ip. Resistance could have worked if it was made well and people wanted to buy it.Plus it has strong DLC/MTX support and MP community, so it brings more money than Resistance could ever imagine. But anyway those are really two franchises of different caliber, Gears was a smash hit from the beginning, it's actually had an impact on the entire TPS genre, basically defined the generation, with Gears2 being one of the biggest games of entire PS360 era, while Resistance was... just there. Like I said in my previous post, with CoD4 happening a year earlier and then Res2 screwing up so badly, the series never had a chance. Basically after CoD4 taking the undisputed FPS king crown in 2007 no FPS had any chance, with only BF3 being able to take a fight.
The point is, those games are what people need now.
Sony main problem is they can't advertise their small ip and focuses on big ips. That makes the game not being known too much. Same thing is happening to psnow. Their inability to advertise it made it only 3m sub.
COD wasn't that big until MW2
It was the top-selling game worldwide for 2007, selling around seven million copies by January 2008 and almost sixteen million by November 2013.