We have just played LEGO Star Wars: The Force Awakens for something like 45 minutes and we must say it is still a pretty enjoyable title. It obviously doesn't add much to the usual formula, other than the fact that you can build several things from the same pile of LEGO bricks and the basic cover system in some situations, but if you're a Star Wars fan and have kids to play with, then it works like a charm. As you'll see, this new episode in the franchise looks really good visually speaking and it's a nice surprise to start the adventure with the end of Return of the Jedi. The 4 videos inside were captured on PC at 1080p while the game was running with Nvidia's DSR 4K.
and we'd be getting quantum break 2 instead of remedy going multiplatform (they had 2 back to back poor sellers) (0 minute ago)
@KORNdog: Assuming, since I have no knowledge of how much porting costs, it takes $1-2 million to port to XB1, that's a 2 to 5 times return, no? (1 minute ago)
@Sdarts: define "well" in the context of a multimillion dollar dev cost project? they may have broke even, if that. if they sold "well" we'd be getting a sequel instead of insomniac making spiderman (2 minutes ago)
@KORNdog: A publisher earns $42 of every $60 game, the other $18 are the 30% cut that Sony, Microsoft, Steam, etc. get for selling in their stores. So $48 x 100.000 = 4.8 million. (2 minutes ago)
because console power>games. (3 minutes ago)
Everything will will be ok for MS once they release the X (3 minutes ago)
fact is. neir developers released neir on the 360. sales were obviously not what they wanted from that platform and so didn't bother with porting the sequel. it's business. that's how they all work. (3 minutes ago)