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  1. 2 points
    Shagger

    The Last of Us Part II

    And all I did here was copy the link to the YouTube video and it worked fine. (I just chose a random video) You can also edit posts, but only within 10 minutes of posting them (EDIT: like I just did to add the image below). I don't mean to speak for @DC, but I suspect this is a security protocol to stop altering evidence of wrongdoing on the forum. I agree it's annoying that after those 10 minutes, there's no going back, but it is what it is. You did mention in an earlier post that the forum could use a spoiler code and on that I definitely agree with you. Try suggesting this and other ideas in the Questions and Suggestions section.
  2. 1 point
    skyfire

    Games with unreliable narrators

    I get it you are looking at the games where the lead character may be in amnesia or say straying away from the timeline sort, if I am reading it right. Maybe this title is closer to that.
  3. 1 point
    I don't mind, even if its a game I really want. A delay means better quality, plus I have plenty of backlog to keep me busy.
  4. 1 point
    Shagger

    The Last of Us Part II

    I agree. I think they can do one more TLOU game, but after that it would overstay it's welcome.
  5. 1 point
    thesaunderschild

    The Last of Us Part II

    I'd love to have an expansion game or full sequel. Due to how the game ended, I do think there's opportunities for Naughty Dog to expand on the series. However, if they did frequent entries like what Capcom does with Resident Evil, I fear they would gradually go downhill because of how quickly they could push them out. Naughty Dog are known for their exceptional quality. Capcom are able to offer greatness here and there. Don't count them out as a whole if they mess up here and there, because they can deliver. But sometimes, they get way too money hungry for their own good. https://metro.co.uk/2020/07/10/naughty-dog-already-working-ps5-project-according-job-listings-12973732/
  6. 1 point
    The Blackangel

    The Last of Us Part II

    You can add tags to your post to say spoiler when you're starting a thread. They're not predetermined, you just type in whatever you want them to say. I know there's a way to do it on replies, as I'm on another Invision forum, and have seen it done there quite often. I think I've done it a couple times as well, I just don't remember exactly how. @DC would have to answer on that one. As for you only being able to post the link instead of the video being embedded, did you use the link insertion tool or did you just put the hyperlink in your post? If you used the link tool, then no it won't embed. If you just put it into your post the same as any other text and give it a second it will automatically embed. Also you said you were on your phone, so that may be another issue to address.
  7. 1 point
    Dead2009

    Playstation 5 Specs Revealed

    https://www.gamespot.com/articles/ps5-specs-revealed/1100-6474902/ As part of Sony's big PlayStation 5 information blowout during a GDC livestream, the company officially announced the specs for the next-generation console. In short, it's a very powerful machine. PlayStation system architect Mark Cerny is discussing the PS5 hardware as we speak, but during the stream, Digital Foundry published a feature revealing the system's specs. Its CPU features 8 Zen 2 cores, and its GPU--using custom RDNA 2 architecture--offers 10.28 TFLOPs of power. It comes with 16 GB of memory and an 825 GB SSD, and it allows for storage to be expanded with an NVMe SSD slot. For comparison, the Xbox Series X will feature 12 teraflops of performance, built off AMD's new RDNA 2 architecture. The GPU will feature 16GB of GDDR6 memory across a variable memory bus--10GB will run at 560GB/s, while the remaining 6GB will run at a slower 330GB/s. The Series X will support two types of external memory, allowing you to expand SSD storage with a proprietary drive from Seagate or store games on an external HDD (in the same way as the Xbox One). Cerny shared many new details on the PS5's system architecture, and he spoke about how Sony plans to push the future of games with this new hardware. One part of this is the PS5's new SSD, which speeds up loading times (see the Spider-Man comparison here) and offers a number of other benefits to developers. The PS5's new system architecture will allow for faster rendering, which means more environmental objects and textures will populate at a faster rate. Like the Xbox Series X, the PS5 will also have ray tracing support to help developers make better-looking games. The PS5 also has a new controller that features haptic feedback instead of the standard rumble technology used by many companies for years. As an example, crashing a car in a racing game will feel different than making a tackle in a football game. The new PS5 controller also has "adaptive triggers" that can be programmed by developers. We also know the PS5 will have a disc drive for physical games and 4K Blu-rays, and that disc capacity will be 100 GB. The PS5 will also require players to install their games, but with the option to choose what part of a game to install. The PlayStation 5 is due to launch this holiday, though a price point and official games launch lineup have not been announced yet. For its part, Microsoft is also releasing a next-gen console, the Xbox Series X, this holiday season with Halo Infinite as a launch title.
  8. 1 point
    I do enjoy games like this, you think you got everything figured out and a major climax happens and flips everything on its head.
  9. 1 point
    skyfire

    Games with unreliable narrators

    Hmm, I never came across any such games or maybe I did and didn't noticed. Can you give me a good example of such which is easy to miss?
  10. 1 point
    It's different. It strikes me as a bit of a puzzle solving game. I identify with Max really well. I was bullied the same as her, except it was worse for me. But all in all it's a really good game. I'm not too far in it yet, but so far, I have no complaints.
  11. 1 point
    Shagger

    The Last of Us Part II

    I've seen it. Now, say what you want about the game, characters, story etc, I know I will when I'm ready to put up my review on here, but what kind of low grasp on reality does it take to fail to separate a screen actor from a character, never mind a voice actor from a character? This isn't fandom, this is insanity.
  12. 1 point
    Demon_skeith

    The Last of Us Part II

    So its been in the news the people behind the game are getting some serious threats from fans, people need to get a life.
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