While Microsoft isn't saying just how involved it was in orchestrating this push, its government affairs team has discussed these issues with members of Congress, Axios understands.Hmmm...
NEW: At least 11 members of Congress have pressed the Biden administration to take action over Sony's alleged interference with Microsoft's Xbox efforts in Japan— Stephen Totilo (@stephentotilo) March 27, 2023
I obtained two letters sent by House reps. The Republican one's a bit spicierhttps://t.co/spi4SqqCYw
The Republican letter alleges that Sony PlayStation has 98% of the "high-end console market in Japan," signs deals designed to keep hit Japanese games from Microsoft's Xbox, and says such moves "may violate Japan's antitrust laws."
Guerrilla's decima engine is really good at procedural as well. It's excellent at building large diverse lands and probably a reason why Horizon development has less people than other games.Most open world engines are pretty good nowadays at procedural stuff, but decima is the only one I know of that does real time procedural generation on the gpu while you play. It's a pretty great system.
SCOOP: Ubisoft has backed out of E3 2023, weeks after announcing it would attend the expo.— Andy Robinson (@AndyPlaytonic) March 27, 2023
The company will instead hold its own Ubisoft Forward Live event on June 12 in Los Angeles.https://t.co/DFExwQXHMb
I share those sentiments, but there's a covenience on playing with a handheld. I don't have the time I used to to play, but I end up putting off games cause I want to play them on the big screen with my audio systems, etc. I'll be like "I want to play xyz, but I have to go downstairs and setup." vs "Time to take out my GBA while I'm on the bus and play Final Fantasy". I played FF 1-6 all on the bus/subway to university on my GBA/DS. I wouldn't have played them otherwise. So the point I was trying to make was; if you think you'll have more time playing something on the ride to work, then I say its worth playing it like that than waiting to setup on the big screen.i'll have ~2x 30 min gaming sessions per day on my commute. my point to point commute is 1 hour but only 30 minutes is on the train and the rest is walking. that's another reason that games on my steamdeck won't be great with big epic story driven games. i need to get in and get out of the game quite quickly. pick-up and play is going to be best for me.
Frog Fractions is a really loved game that I hear people talk about a lot but it's very meta. Like I think it's hidden inside another game and not sold on its own.heard about that. it's currently wishlisted in both steam and playstation. more likely to play on steamdeck tbh but i have a lot of games already from the steam sale. probably a 1 year backlog if i just play everything i already bought.
Soda drinker pro was a game I thought was also a meta game like the others, but looking at reviews it might actually just be about drinking soda. Huh.
Never played any of them. Doki doki lit club might be more worth your time.