As foreseen, June was pretty quiet release-wise, so it is no wonder we did not get you as many Gamersyde videos as last month. E3 proved us once again that it was useless trying to compete with the big American websites, but it did not really come as a surprise to us. In the next two months, a lot of people will be on vacation, which means Gamersyde will probably be a bit quieter, but we hope you guys can keep the forums lively while we're getting tanned on the beach. We'll be back in business by mid August, though we're not sure we will actually go to Cologne this year. The absence of some key publishers like Microsoft and Nintendo leads us to think that this year's Gamescom may simply be a rerun of E3, so considering our finances, staying home to cover the event will probably be for the best.
The new vehicles sandbox, the new conquest rules, proximity auto-spotting, OP melee, etc. But the basics of movement and combat are sound and I think that's all most people care about. (36 minutes ago)
It's not bad.. the core gameplay is pretty decent. But there's a LOT of stuff I don't like as a fan of the franchise. (37 minutes ago)
Right now on BF1, not bad so far. Trying to get used to the spread though (39 minutes ago)
I don't think No Man's Sky is trying to do too much of either. That's emergent gameplay: the game. They forgot to include a hook. (52 minutes ago)
I think a game like Ark probably crosses into several genres.. which is why I think the game's motive probably matters. Not denying some shared mechanics. (53 minutes ago)
@GriftGFX: Didn't argue that, people do cool stuff all over the place :P (1 Hour ago)
Building a computer inside a computer game is just cool. (1 Hour ago)