Who the **** was laughing at me for saying Titanfall would eventually make it to the PS4? I have a friend who works at EA who personally told me they would not keep the exclusivity to the X1 after the first game. I told you this and you just laughed it off. Well here *****. It just doesn't make sense to loose out on making even more money. I'm not a fan of Titanfall anyway. I'm still not sure as to wether or not I want to pick up an X1. All of the games are nothing new. I'm sick and tired of BS shooter games focused on online and multiplayer since they never put anything new out. Oh COD: Ghosts, you added a slide function? How stupid. That's the only new thing it really had. New ****** maps? Oh and they way the gun shoots? You trying to be Battlefield son? Just stop. Ryse is the ONLY game that caught my attention for the 360. Titanfall looks kind of like Killzone & Crysis to me. I don't know why people are so wet. Watch Dogs & Uncharted (who always brings a new story, although nothing will top Uncharted 2) & the new Infamous look fun and refreshing. Even though the last Infamous game sucked. I can't even get into The Last of Us. Such a great game that captured my attention since day 1. Definitely worth my money. Grand Theft Auto? Well it's GTA, it wasn't exclusive to the PS3, but who the hell wants to pay $60 to play the damn thing online?
My point is. All of the 360 exclusives sucked. Halo died which made me really sad because Halo 2 was such a great game and then it all went downhill. Face it. The 360 brought nothing new and I'm pissed off for that since I picked up both the PS3 and the 360 at launch and I was greatly disappointment at the fact that my 360 collected dust for years until I finally gave up and sold it. Right now I don't see the point to picking up an X1. All the "good" games aren't even coming out until summer. & $500? Come on man, save me some damn room to pick up another controller or a game. I never used the stupid kinect. It was ****.
I'm just so sad. The graphics are whatever to me. Are you playing the graphics or the game? Everyone ****. Some of the funnest games I've ever played in my life were 2D. Some of them were on my phone. (Centipede, yeah I played that all day on my little Nokia Camera Phone thingy). Who cares about power and what's inside the box? Who cares about tests? Who cares about all of this stuff when the games suck?
Seriously. People like me who have had all the consoles, except the new Wii because, come on it looks so stupid and I tried it out and just wtf
, anyway, people like me just laugh at people who try so hard to justify a console that clearly has ****** games right now. They try so hard though. I don't know why. Have you tried a PS4? No? Then ****. Have you tried a X1? NO? THEN ****!
I just realized I've been sitting here having a conversation with myself because all these people are saying that gaming will eventually die and it's true. No one is coming up with anything new anymore. The Last of Us was probably one of the few "new" games out of the entire line of games from the last era that really hit home. For the 360 it was probably Halo 4. The only Halo game after Halo 2 that was actually enjoyable.
Well I guess I'll just stop typing by just pressing submit. Otherwise I'm going to cry. No one reply to this. Just think of this as a diary entry.
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Titanfall is releasing exclusively for Xbox One, Xbox 360 and PC in March, 2014, and will never make its way to the PlayStation 4. In a recent statement, an executive at publisher EA explained the business reasons behind the shooter's exclusivity.
At the UBS Global Technology Conference, EA CFO Blake Jorgensen said that EA's partnership with Microsoft on Titanfall is a basic business agreement, and, for EA, it made sense to keep the next-gen title on Microsoft platforms.
"That's a process that's been done through the industry for many years," Jorgensen said. "There's lots of single-platform titles. Obviously, you work with the first-parties to make sure the economics make sense for all sides, and we made that decision on Titanfall."
Jorgensen described the dynamic between EA and Titanfall developer Respawn as a mutually beneficial relationship.
"It's a business partnership. We're trying to make sure that we've developed a great relationship with them," he said. "We helped them on marketing, we helped them on development where they need it. And we try to maintain a strong partnership with them over time."
This partnership is only one of many as the next generation approaches (and arrives, in the case of the PS4 in U.S. stores) and companies such as the aforementioned EA, and contemporary Activision make exclusivity decisions based on established marketing strategies.
"And while Titanfall will always be a Microsoft exclusive, EA said that any potential sequels could possibly be coming to PS4."
"So obviously it's the first title that's committed to a single platform," Jorgensen said.
In another partnership, Respawn announced today that it will be coordinating with K'Nex to release Titanfall-branded building sets.
Titanfall releases March 11, 2014 in North America, and March 13, 2014 in Europe and Australia.