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Posts posted by Demon_skeith

  1. 14 hours ago, Justin11 said:

    That's actually the point I had in mind when I saw this topic. To be frank, I'll cherish the moment when I see this kind of feature in all future video games. Where someone have to start were the game stopped last time out. For instance, here in my geography, we experience power issues, unfortunately you can lose a game progress due to such problem when you didn't save your progress. But in the sense where the feature of stop/start is available, you can easily start from where you stopped last time out. 


    For me its the lack of fully sitting down for a while to play a game, I might have anywhere from 30 to 50 mins if even that.

  2. 17 hours ago, Ajibusu said:

    They (Microsoft) release their games on other platforms while neglecting the Playstation platform. I don't even understand the feud that they have with Sony.

    Sony is their only real competitor. Would be awesome if MS just gave up on Xbox, focused on PC releasing and ported their software to the PlayStation to also be played.

  3. On 10/2/2022 at 3:53 PM, The Blackangel said:

    To someone in my situation, 10 pounds is a lot. Besides, I've never heard of a system weighing anywhere near that much.

    Looks like current gen is about 2 pounds more than last gen, so its really not that bad.

  4. 6 hours ago, Kane99 said:

    Yup, most companies would have silently shut down and would have moved on. Especially considering that they seem to be honoring purchases from the start of the service, so 2 years or so. I can't imagine Microsoft, Sony or others honoring refunds from purchases 2 years ago. 

    But, I think it's a bit different. Since there is no console/device that you can play said games on, it kinda makes more sense to refund people. Because I'm willing to bet that users would have thrown a fit if there was no way to play anything they purchased once the service ended. 

    I would call it a joke myself. It wasn't about the service, it was more about Google not supporting the service. As in, not providing their own exclusive titles (they did, but it was wasn't much), as well as better priced games, and more options. Google didn't support the service like they promised, so we got a service that turned into a joke, because it wasn't offering anything worth ones time, especially since you can get most of the games for cheaper elsewhere. 

    I wouldn't say the service itself is the joke, it's Google that is the joke here. 

    They needed a ton of games, and they failed to bring enough in. If they had a good deal of exclusives and had more games to offer, I think Stadia could have succeeded, but they failed to deliver on the games and in turn failed. 

    Google is a joke to a point there is a site that lists all their failed projects. If it isn't a success out the door, they kill it.

  5. 1 hour ago, Ajibusu said:

    The lack of games to make gamers go the extra mile for it was the problem. I've seen players go the extra mile to get internet connection for the game that they like. I do that most times. 

    Titles do make or break a system, as MS finally learned. But the constant connection Stadia required was beyond most people who lived out in the country.

  6. Congrats! But the system is only 10 pounds, are you sure there isn't anything wrong or added to it? God knows what has happened to a used system.

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