Our first contact with Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes was on Playstation 4, and although Kojima's Fox Engine didn't look as impressive as we could expect, it was still a lot better than what we got to see yesterday when we finally played the Xbox 360 version of the game. Low framerate, pop-up issues, aliasing, poorer textures, the difference is quite clear from the get-go. That being said, this old gen version still has its moments, with nice lighting and weather effects (rain drops also look nice in slow motion) and well-rendered cutscenes. Problem is, as soon as you start goofing around because you have the whole Gamersyde team in the living room - and they never make it easy on you when you try to play seriously - things get a bit messy and it doesn't really show Ground Zeroes in its best light. We'll let you find the incriminated video on your own. Many thanks to Xbox for sending us this copy of the game.
But every chance of introducing that variety they either drop, cancel or don't follow through with improved sequels. E3 needs to be amazing from them. (1 Hour ago)
Before we get them. They need variety to bring in new people. Because forza and halo aren't going to do that (1 Hour ago)
@Moonwalker: basically MS say a lot of things but nothing about what they're ouputting suggests any of it is true. Even if they announce new games, or a SO, or recore sequel, it could be years (1 Hour ago)
I think people who want Rainbow Six to have a narrative focus must be the minority. (1 Hour ago)
@AndreasZ94: I don't think of GR as one of those service games is all. And I'm not sure that Rainbow Six would benefit from having a narrative focus is all. (1 Hour ago)
@AndreasZ94: why does it have to be single player *only* anyway? Games like Halo get by just fine doing both. I think there's room for all three experiences. SP, MP, and games that do both. (1 Hour ago)
Going to guess one is the new Wolfenstein and the other maybe The Evil Within 2, hope not. Please let it be Bethesda Game Studios' new IP. (1 Hour ago)