So far, much of what we've seen about the Xbox One hasn't been good, and yesterday's news about iffy policies around internet connections, used games, and loaning games isn't reassuring.
The above quote, from Mark MacDonald, of the Tokyo-based game localization company 8-4
Renaud Charpentier, of Total War devs Creative Assembly, may have a point. So many "bad" games, which to be fair most people would call simply "average", aren't offensively terrible. They're just boring. Bland. "Competent". »
Not that this is a new idea - it's where a lot of the appeal of AAA devs going indie lies - but it's nice to remember that as annoying as the endless stream of Kickstarter projects are, and as big as the risks are for both developers and consumers, there's an upshoot to the whole thing. »
The Mass Effect 3 ending—one of the year's biggest video game controversies—will be getting more content when the Mass Effect 3 Extended Cut DLC hits next week