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Brief Thoughts on Bethesda's and EA's press conferences.
I still look forward to E3 every year, despite its decreasing significance. This year, I decided to write about the most exciting things I saw during the press conferences. And with that, here are the things that caught my eye the most:
I donít own a Xbox One or a gaming pc, so I never played the original Titanfall. But I was super into the footage that they showed. Adding grappling hooks is always a smart design choice, and the increased mobility should lead to some really delightful chaos in multiplayer. Adding a single-player mode is a big plus, as well. As someone who is usually terrible at multiplayer in first-person shooters, having a story mode where I can play the game without dying all the time and being called racial epithets by strangers is a nice thing to have.
My thoughts on the impending announcement of the new Playstation 4.
There have been rumors regarding a new version of the Playstation 4 with higher quality hardware. But after Giant Bomb wrote a story about the new consoleís specs, the question has become when, not if, Sony will officially announce this thing. Iím feeling very conflicted about this development.
A very good game on the precipice of greatness.
FIFA 16 is a very good game. The graphics and presentation remain excellent. The no-touch dribbling is a fantastic addition to the repertoire of skill moves. The A.I., rather than stop and stare vacantly as opposing players ran past them with ease, actually try to defend. They finally added womenís teams! For all of these reasons, as well as my addiction to the beautiful game, this game will consume a large chunk of my life for the next year. But the improvements in gameplay, unfortunately, make the lack of innovation in certain areas all the more glaring.