king Kong Never Dies!
New Super Mario games look very interesting.
It is BS, immediately BS when you talk of torture, games don't offer torture or have torture as a gameplay element. Getting sliced in half, or getting heart ripped out in Mortal Kombat is not torture not it makes you desensitized to violence or want to commit acts to woman, heck after playing such games for what 30 years and watching violence and actual torture, including women, in Hannibal tv show still freaks me out.Laura Bailey Talks Sexualized Female Characters And Making Progress
People who played the game...please explain to me how 3D characters are good when they torture, murder, and commit acts of violence towards characters human and animal but they aren't sexual....
So you understand their logic makes zero sense, small truth to it but still makes zero sense.... This is what happens when deal with people on Autism spectrum or Feminism, I mean both make their own logic and twist facts to meet their logic.My point is saying overly violent characters are no better than overly sexualized characters. People like the woman doing the voiceover a a character somehow thought sexualizing a character is bad, but she has no qualms portraying an overly violent character.
Characters in games are fictional. She somehow believes fictional characters being portrayed sexually is bad but overly violent is ok. My point was to question her judgment.
Another point is Don't is heavily into censoring sexual stuff on their consoles and NRS censors female kharacters in Mortal Kombat 11. I don't agree with either but acknowledge it exists and is happening. Many people hate Dead or Alive because of sexuality and even Snk's Mai wasn't allowed in Smash Bros because she was too mature for Nintendo. Pinball FX3 also censors everything from mermaid's belly buttons to cigarettes as they think 10 year old children want to play old pinball machines on Switch, PS4, Xbox one, etc...
This is political, people are just using this as an excuse to push their agenda. There was a feminists youtuber that pushed sexualisation in games to redicoulous levels, Assassin Creed says using prostitutes to hide is sexualisation and she ignored historical reality of this was done including by politicians, anyone gave real facts where she was wrong said it was harrasment.There do seem to be people who cannot distinguish between fantasy and reality.
That is what I did, luckily I got 3070 before price hike here in Australia and the last one in my region for months, it took a long time to get back into stock. It runs everything and VR runs great on it too.Now that a lot of PS exclusives are coming to PC, I'm getting less and less interested in getting a PS5 and saving for a 3070 instead.
The "Live Service" is probably the fairest kind of player game. Especially if the players expect an hour or two a day to play something like an MMO.One benefit of a subscription based system is it encourage players to try games they may not usually play. There are games out there which we may see as interesting, but aren't curious enough to spend the cash to buy them. When we buy a subscription, we get access to a large variety of games, and are more likely to try new ones as a result. It can help us discover new games, AND it can also lead to publishers trying out new ideas since they don't have to convince you to spend 60$ on a single game anymore. Smaller titles can contribute to those subscriptions.
The downside of a subscription based system is it encourages publishers to keep you subscribed every month. Which typically means focusing on multiplayer games. Every developer wants a strong multiplayer hit (Apex Legends, Destiny, The Division, anything), but if you're trying to sell someone a subscription, nothing is quite as important as a multiplayer game to convince someone to keep coming back. Microsoft has tied their advertisement of the game pass to co-op games (State of Decay 2, Sea of Thieves), which makes sense. The only thing better than selling one subscription every month is selling 4 subscriptions to a group of friends playing a co-op game together. The downside is when players aren't that interested in those games, or when single-player franchises become forgotten in favor of multiplayer hits.
So far there have been services I've enjoyed subscribing to for a month or two (game pass, origin access) but none that I see myself subscribing to for a long time. That might change as more and more games continue to be added to those services.