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  1. I will never understand what the hell they were thinking when they designed the Xbox One's software structure. When I download a patch on PS4 it just downloads the update file with the necessary data to be added to the game already installed. On Xbox One it basically downloads the entire game to replace the previous version of the game. I'm trying to update Super Lucky's Tale and its a download of 8.16 gb which is the the filesize of the entire game. This console sucks so much ass. Even the Wii U didn't have this retarded backwards way of updating.

    1. Blue Wisp

      Blue Wisp

      What.

      No it doesn't work like that what are you talking about.

      Patches are separate of the main game. Now the patches being a big filesize is something completely different.

    2. pppp

      pppp

      Then explain to me why the patch that I downloaded today is as big in size as the actual game. The game is still showing 8 gb in size after finishing updating so clearly something here is up.

    3. Blue Wisp

      Blue Wisp

      Is it a regular Xbone or is it an X? 

      Also consider that Super Lucky's Tale is around 10 gb per the website and it got a patch back in November of around 6,40 GB so yeah it's not new for patch sizes to have a big filesize.

    4. pppp

      pppp

      I can tell you that all PS4 patches downloaded for my Disc games are nowhere near this huge, occasional game notwithstanding. The 1.02 patch for Ni no Kuni II was only 2 gb.

    5. Harkofthewaa

      Harkofthewaa

      That is probably on the programmers asses. While I agree that the file sizes of some patches can be ridiculous, they're only as ridiculous as that game's programmers want them to be. I've got plenty of games where the patch sizes are only 1-2 GB, like Fallout 4, DB Xenoverse 2, and Skyrim. OF course, there are games that I just don't want to know the patch size for (like DOOM, which being a 40 GB game, the patch is probably huge). The funny thing is that Worms T.M.D. also makes it's patches the whole game, so again, I think it's just that some programmers assume everyone who can take their system online has an unlimited broadband connection and can just go. We don't. It's a massive pain in the ass, and your going to have to deal with it on PS4 as well. It's just a consequence of the size of the games themselves expanding evermore, thanks to the switch from DVD to Blu-Ray.

      TL;DR It's not necessarily Microsoft's fault, the programmers of the game determine how big a patch is. I'm not defending anyone here, I just want to point some things out.

    6. Blue Wisp

      Blue Wisp

      Different games, different patch sizes brother.

      For Honor had a balance patch a few weeks ago that was 500 mb yet Rainbow Six had like a 6gb patch. 

       

  2. Started watching the new Captain Tsubasa reboot that started earlier this month. Why is it so many new current animes make their characters look so shiny? Sailor Moon Crystal, Ace Attorney, now this. I get that coloring is done digitally nowadays, but the art director needs to make sure to keep the coloring balanced, compare the new one to the old one:

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    Call me old fashioned, but I find the more subdued colors make the characters more believable, the new one makes them look like they're made of plastic, it lacks grit.

    I mean Level-5's animes are colored digitally but they avoid this problem:

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    Yes it's colorful, but It's not overdone, it feels like a really good compromise between the previous 2 screens I showed.

    1. Teoskaven

      Teoskaven

      Depends on the animation studio, in the end. Devilman Crybaby for example also doesn't really suffer of this flashy problems (albeit it uses a very particular animation style altogether anyway, similar to Akira):

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  3. You're forgetting he's also Perry in the DCEU, so yeah double that sentiment.
  4. JRPGs on the Xbox One? Sure Phil, I'll believe it when I see it.

    https://www.dualshockers.com/phil-spencer-japanese-games/

    1. King Koopone

      King Koopone

      Yeah and if its like the 360, they will end up leaving for Nintendo or Sony anyway. Square Enix supported early on but most of the exclusives went and just got Final Fantasy XIII series by the end. Star Ocean, Eternal Sonata and Tales of Vesperia (if you are Japanese) got better or slightly improved versions on the PS3. The rest apart from Lost Odyssey are more or less forgotten.

  5. Like RedLetterMedia said, Infinity War also shows Marvel doing dark and gritty better than the DCEU. Justice League in particular comes to mind, as it comes across as IW done terribly. I still can't believe how horribly they made Steppenwolf.

  6. Another fantastic element of the movie that I'd like to bring up is Alan Silvestri's score, this track in particular is so amazing, not putting it in spoiler tags since hearing this out of context doesn't spoil anything, don't go into the comments of the video though: This track combined with its context is so chilling. One of the most memorable film scenes in recent years. Those who saw it know what I mean.
  7. I am so happy that I witnessed a 10 year cinematic gamble pay off so immensely firsthand.

  8. The Venom movie looks so bad. The characterization is all wrong and the effects look fake as hell.

    1. KHCast

      KHCast

      Seems like an unpopular opinion there. Most seem to love Venom’s look

    2. TwinbeeMkII

      TwinbeeMkII

      The effects probably need polish given how long until release so that might improve. The plot is another matter...

  9. I see they added the missing zone cutscene transitions.

    1. FReaK

      FReaK

      just checked all, not everything is done yet. seems like the update was really only uploaded by mistake. some of the bosses got a nice rework tho.

  10. The Layton anime's second ep is like injecting joy in your veins xD

    1. DanJ86

      DanJ86

      Is that a good thing? I think I'd like to be injected with joy.

    2. pppp

      pppp

      @DanJ86Then do so.

  11. The Layton anime is so lovely already. Funny, charming and heartfelt.

    1. Dejimon11

      Dejimon11

      Not surprised 

    2. Jovahexeon Sonic Heroes

      Jovahexeon Sonic Heroes

      It's out already?

    3. pppp

      pppp

      @Jovahexeon Omega-Sapphire It premiered in Japan on Sunday and the sub came out today.

    4. QuantumEdge

      QuantumEdge

      Isn't there a second one being developed starring ol' Hershel himself?

    5. pppp

      pppp

      @QuantumEdge No, but Hershel and adult Luke will be appearing at some point apparently:

      [Ohys-Raws] Layton Mystery Tanteisha Katri no Nazotoki File - 01 (CX 1280x720 x264 AAC).mp4_snapshot_05.15_[2018.04.10_11.26.57].jpg

  12. I do appreciate stuff like the Rewind feature, but if this serves as an excuse not to have Taxman's remakes on consoles than no.
  13. So turns out Metal Gear Survive charges you for an alternate ending. Wow Konami you really want people to hate you.

     

    1. Dejimon11

      Dejimon11

      I mean they charged for an extra save file so does this really surprise you? Hell didn't Capcom do something like this with Azura's Wrath? 

    2. Blacklightning

      Blacklightning

      Fucking hell I thought it was bad when Mass Effect 3 did this.

      Then I remembered it was a free patch.

    3. Teoskaven

      Teoskaven

      Apparently it was a misspelling of the guy who made the video.
      Still doesn't excuse the whole charged save slot, but still.

  14. http://www.ninokuni.jp/rk/movie/interview.html

    Anybody here who knows japanese can please translate the "coming soon " black square's title on this page? The yellow letters.

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