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Desc:This week, Zero Punctuation reviews a few of the next-gen exclusives.
Category:Video Games, Educational
Tags:zero punctuation, Yahtzee, PS4, next-gen, xbone
Submitted:Caminante Nocturno
Date:11/29/13
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Comment count is 12
EvilHomer - 2013-11-29
OH GOD, EVERY TIME I THINK I'VE GOTTEN OVER KILLER INSTINCT, SOME BASTARD HAS TO GO AND RIP OFF THE SCAB!

Still, maybe Microsoft'll do a Titanfall and decide to release it on PC somewhere down the line?
Hooker - 2013-11-29
Oh, wait. Titanfall, a game I know nothing about except that it's made by the Allied Assault/good Call of Duty guys is making it, is also for PC?

Well, then. The one thing about the Xbox One that I had any sort of sideways-a-little-bit-kinda interest in is now gone.
memedumpster - 2013-11-29
Microsoft envisions a future where gaming is done on consoles, Internet is done on tablets and phones, and work is done on Linux.
Monkey Napoleon - 2013-11-29
Let me fix that for you.

"Microsoft (and any other company that specializes in hardware and/or OS development *cough* Apple, Sony, Google, Samsung *cough*) envisions a future in which they are able to squeeze you for every license and device they possibly can."

memedumpster - 2013-11-30
So again, where idiots consume slave garbage and work is done on Linux.

Old_Zircon - 2013-11-30
Anyone whose interests are served by increased surveillance wants tablets and phones to take over. US law (and even recent FCC regulations) are a lot more lenient when it comes to spying on wireless connections than wired connections.

Old_Zircon - 2013-11-30
Anyhow, if there were a single piece of professional quality audio software available for Linux I'd consider switching, but so far there isn't. Even for the relatively basic voiceover editing and mastering that I make my living from these days it's completely useless, which is a shame.

memedumpster - 2013-11-30
Oh, I agree wholeheartedly, Linux has ZERO multimedia software worth a fuck. Absolutely none.

Monkey Napoleon - 2013-11-29
I probably should have reserved my stars for this post, but 5 stars for evil. I used to enjoy ZP's "reviews", but now I find him to be just kind of insufferable.

Put as simply as possible, it's like what? 300 or so vids of a guy with an accent pandering to the gaming community doing silly puns that lack any resemblance of substance? It's boring now.

Take this video. He passed up a perfect opportunity to have the xbone win for completely stupid reasons. Instead, he sings a couple songs, does his thing, and tells us the exact same thing every other reviewer is saying.

Give me Robbaz for gaming related humor any day.
CornOnTheCabre - 2013-11-29
lol yeah robbaz isn't pandering at all, you're one of the good ones, etc, etc...

Monkey Napoleon - 2013-11-30
If you don't like him, you don't like him I guess. He does at least throw in the odd video of something that every single other person on youtube isn't doing.

What's that? Yahtzee posted his review of Battlefield 4? He doesn't like it you say? He says it looks brown and the single player sucks? He's not a fan of the fact it's not just an expansion of Thief 3? I better go check out what witty puns he uses to explain it all!

Old_Zircon - 2013-11-30
Something on the Escapist that is even watchable, much less modestly entertaining, is a major achievement.

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