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I’m going to try and keep this post as spoiler free as possible, but as always proceed with caution if you haven’t finished the single player game.
So next gen we’re going to have to pay to play online, the waters have stilled since the public feigned anger over Sony’s decision at e3. Was anybody actually pissed at this decision? I’ve read so many bitchy, whiny comments online “I’ve spent £60 to play online this year” and “How dare they begin to charge!” Like they have any idea what it costs to keep a service like Xbox Live or PSN running.
Please don’t buy this.
Its going to be expensive.
Rovio have announced that they are bringing their popular poultry punting game to the Nintendo home consoles. I’m guessing they’ll probably assume that they can get away with a £20-£30 price tag, and I’m also guessing that gullible fools out there will buy it.
Last week Sony released the 4.45 update for their PS3, promising it would ‘improve stability’. That it certainly did not. For some who downloaded the update it completely bricked their console and wouldn’t allow it to boot.
Now, Sony has come to the rescue to fix what they have broken with update 4.46.
Somehow the Crackdown series hasn’t been killed by the abomination which was, Crackdown 0.5 or Crackdown 2 as it’s otherwise known. Speaking to IGN, Microsoft Game Studios vice president Phil Spencer has all but confirmed that there will be a Crackdown 3 and has justified its absence from both the Xbox One’s May reveal and their e3 conference.