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E3 2016: All Games Playstation Press Conference Impressions

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Sony came out of the gates swinging with a barrage of new games, sequels, trailers, and plenty of hints at what VR will be like with Playstation this October.  While it was a dazzling display, the obvious fact that it was very impersonable struck a cord with some of our commentators.  The All Games team assembles again to give its mixed take on the future of Playstation.


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  1. Holy shihs………. 2 and half hours…….

    Andrew

    June 15, 2016 at 5:52 pm

    • So many hosts, so many opinions!

      Fred Rojas

      June 15, 2016 at 9:28 pm

      • Perhaps it’s the number of people that result in a 2.5 hours of feedback.

        Anyway, I don’t want to bother you with more annoying emails, so here is what I think of the Crash remasters in a short paragraph you won’t have to bore your listeners to death with:

        What made Crash special, what made it stand out, was not just its “90s attitude”; it was the animations and style. The game stylistically, artistically, was basically Looney Tunes, with a sprinkle of the best TV animation from the early 90s. That dates the game, but in a GOOD way. And that classic comedy cartoon atmosphere, is what the remasters HAVE to nail (since there isn’t much story, or “lore” to screw up). If the PS4 versions won’t end up playing like a classic cartoon, I won’t buy them (except maybe to extract the slightly higher quality music tracks, PROVIDED THEY DON’T REDO THE PERFECT SOUNDTRACK)

        Andrew

        June 16, 2016 at 11:16 pm

      • This is one of the only justifications of a Crash remake that made me actually want this collection. Okay, I’m on board with the concept, let’s see how Sony does.

        Fred Rojas

        June 20, 2016 at 11:49 am


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