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Poll: How Strong Do You Think the PS4’s Exclusive Lineup Is in 2018?




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Although I do honestly think the Sony exclusives this year look great, I was kind of baiting you in order to get one of your well thought out, insightful, and entertaining responses. 😉 I always enjoy your take on things and highly respect your opinion.
And I should have remembered your aversion to zombies and horror and if this spills over to include gratuitous violence in general, then I can see how that knocks several of these out of contention to be added to your collection. I didn’t realize this further included a disdain for spiders too, although that makes sense. Spidey is probably the one game on this list I am definitely getting day one and probably dropping whatever game I’m playing at the time for, so I’ll let you know if there are actual spider images, but outside of the initial spider that bites him, usually that’s about all you see of the creepy 8-legged arachnids in the Spider-Man universe. I’m not an expert in the lore (besides having seen all the recent movies and wearing Spiderman pajamas as a lad) but I’ve never seen him use his spidey sense to call a legion of spiders to assist him or anything like that. The series is actually quite lighthearted since Peter Parker is a good humored teenager with a penchant for justice.
And I’m with you on Dreams to an extent. I enjoyed Tearaway more than you did it sounds like but it did fall short of the high expectations. I’m cautiously optimistic with this one.
I’m also vying to try to squeeze in FFXV this year, but it’s becoming harder and harder to decide which of my backlog will get pushed back for it. But I do love the series and know I’ll enjoy it, but I’ve always liked JRPGs.
And finally, thanks for mentioning Shadow of the TR, which has been flying under the radar I think. On this site particularly there has been nearly no chatter about it, probably since there has been very little announced by Crystal Dynamics outside of those ....ahem, cryptic tweets (lol, yes, thanks folks, I’ll be here all week). But SotTR and RDR2 are the multiplats that I have on my day one list.











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Although I do honestly think the Sony exclusives this year look great, I was kind of baiting you in order to get one of your well thought out, insightful, and entertaining responses. 😉 I always enjoy your take on things and highly respect your opinion.
And I should have remembered your aversion to zombies and horror and if this spills over to include gratuitous violence in general, then I can see how that knocks several of these out of contention to be added to your collection. I didn’t realize this further included a disdain for spiders too, although that makes sense. Spidey is probably the one game on this list I am definitely getting day one and probably dropping whatever game I’m playing at the time for, so I’ll let you know if there are actual spider images, but outside of the initial spider that bites him, usually that’s about all you see of the creepy 8-legged arachnids in the Spider-Man universe. I’m not an expert in the lore (besides having seen all the recent movies and wearing Spiderman pajamas as a lad) but I’ve never seen him use his spidey sense to call a legion of spiders to assist him or anything like that. The series is actually quite lighthearted since Peter Parker is a good humored teenager with a penchant for justice.
And I’m with you on Dreams to an extent. I enjoyed Tearaway more than you did it sounds like but it did fall short of the high expectations. I’m cautiously optimistic with this one.
I’m also vying to try to squeeze in FFXV this year, but it’s becoming harder and harder to decide which of my backlog will get pushed back for it. But I do love the series and know I’ll enjoy it, but I’ve always liked JRPGs.
And finally, thanks for mentioning Shadow of the TR, which has been flying under the radar I think. On this site particularly there has been nearly no chatter about it, probably since there has been very little announced by Crystal Dynamics outside of those ....ahem, cryptic tweets (lol, yes, thanks folks, I’ll be here all week). But SotTR and RDR2 are the multiplats that I have on my day one list.











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Although I do honestly think the Sony exclusives this year look great, I was kind of baiting you in order to get one of your well thought out, insightful, and entertaining responses. 😉 I always enjoy your take on things and highly respect your opinion.
And I should have remembered your aversion to zombies and horror and if this spills over to include gratuitous violence in general, then I can see how that knocks several of these out of contention to be added to your collection. I didn’t realize this further included a disdain for spiders too, although that makes sense. Spidey is probably the one game on this list I am definitely getting day one and probably dropping whatever game I’m playing at the time for, so I’ll let you know if there are actual spider images, but outside of the initial spider that bites him, usually that’s about all you see of the creepy 8-legged arachnids in the Spider-Man universe. I’m not an expert in the lore (besides having seen all the recent movies and wearing Spiderman pajamas as a lad) but I’ve never seen him use his spidey sense to call a legion of spiders to assist him or anything like that. The series is actually quite lighthearted since Peter Parker is a good humored teenager with a penchant for justice.
And I’m with you on Dreams to an extent. I enjoyed Tearaway more than you did it sounds like but it did fall short of the high expectations. I’m cautiously optimistic with this one.
I’m also vying to try to squeeze in FFXV this year, but it’s becoming harder and harder to decide which of my backlog will get pushed back for it. But I do love the series and know I’ll enjoy it, but I’ve always liked JRPGs.
And finally, thanks for mentioning Shadow of the TR, which has been flying under the radar I think. On this site particularly there has been nearly no chatter about it, probably since there has been very little announced by Crystal Dynamics outside of those ....ahem, cryptic tweets (lol, yes, thanks folks, I’ll be here all week). But SotTR and RDR2 are the multiplats that I have on my day one list.











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Although I do honestly think the Sony exclusives this year look great, I was kind of baiting you in order to get one of your well thought out, insightful, and entertaining responses. 😉 I always enjoy your take on things and highly respect your opinion.
And I should have remembered your aversion to zombies and horror and if this spills over to include gratuitous violence in general, then I can see how that knocks several of these out of contention to be added to your collection. I didn’t realize this further included a disdain for spiders too, although that makes sense. Spidey is probably the one game on this list I am definitely getting day one and probably dropping whatever game I’m playing at the time for, so I’ll let you know if there are actual spider images, but outside of the initial spider that bites him, usually that’s about all you see of the creepy 8-legged arachnids in the Spider-Man universe. I’m not an expert in the lore (besides having seen all the recent movies and wearing Spiderman pajamas as a lad) but I’ve never seen him use his spidey sense to call a legion of spiders to assist him or anything like that. The series is actually quite lighthearted since Peter Parker is a good humored teenager with a penchant for justice.
And I’m with you on Dreams to an extent. I enjoyed Tearaway more than you did it sounds like but it did fall short of the high expectations. I’m cautiously optimistic with this one.
I’m also vying to try to squeeze in FFXV this year, but it’s becoming harder and harder to decide which of my backlog will get pushed back for it. But I do love the series and know I’ll enjoy it, but I’ve always liked JRPGs.
And finally, thanks for mentioning Shadow of the TR, which has been flying under the radar I think. On this site particularly there has been nearly no chatter about it, probably since there has been very little announced by Crystal Dynamics outside of those ....ahem, cryptic tweets (lol, yes, thanks folks, I’ll be here all week). But SotTR and RDR2 are the multiplats that I have on my day one list.

@Th3solution I've been set-up... and I'm flattered, thank you! Although my opinion is usually quite unique, so I wouldn't put too much stock in it. I tend to like terrible things; just because I can then write an essay about it afterwards doesn't make it more or less good to begin with!

I'm okay with violence; it's a necessary component of almost all the things I like, but there's a line in presenting and glorifying violence that I think everybody has, and mine is perhaps drawn a little further back from the edge than most. For example, speaking of Tomb Raider, I didn't play the 2013 reboot for the longest time because I felt like it had become a survival horror game. It was only after recommendations and a few gameplay videos that I decided to try it and, even then, I desperately avoided some of the more gruesome moments, even if I respected them as an essential part of the storyline (like, I refused to kill any animals beyond that first deer, because in terms of story, Lara would've died without doing so, but I don't need some random bow upgrade for slaughtering a dozen rabbits). I was much more comfortable with Rise of the Tomb Raider, which started to steer away from those elements, and I hope that the third game takes us further towards the tone and style of the originals and the Legend trilogy. If the rumours are true and it's taking Lara back to Egyptian temples, I'll be over the moon.

Spider-Man is one of those things I wished I liked Marvel for because, you're right, beyond the initial spider bite then I think I'd love the character. I've seen a couple of the films and enjoyed them in the moment, and the reason I mentioned Nightwing is because I get the sense that Peter Parker feels more like a "lone sidekick" than some of his older, more serious superhero colleagues. I appreciate the offer of the arachnid heads-up when you play; if it's relatively spider-free and the lore isn't too confusing for non-fans (imagine playing the Arkham games if you didn't know anything about Batman) then I could be tempted. I was certainly impressed with the demo of the helicopter (?) chase they showed. Very much my kind of gameplay.

Oh, don't get me wrong, Tearaway was a fantastically magical experience and I adored it... for the six hours it lasted. Every time I walk past my shelves, I see it and think "must play that again sometime" but the fact that I haven't speaks volumes. I'll want to love Dreams (I just wanna hug those polar bears something rotten) but, like you, I'm treading carefully until release and reviews.

I forgot about Red Dead 2, cheers for mentioning that, although I'm waiting to see how badly they skew it in favour of online multiplayer elements (and with any luck, I can complete it like I recently completed the first one, as a decent man who doesn't take the blood and guts too far). There's little point in paying full price at launch for something you're only gonna experience 50% of.











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@RogerRoger Really?! None of these strike your fancy? I would have figured this list has something for everyone. Action-adventure combat heavy adrenaline fest, beautiful animated JRPG, story driven ethically challenging futuristic thriller, a few open world epics set in everything from post apocalyptic zombie lands to superhero fantasy universe to modern day Japan’s underground mafia .... and if nothing there sounds interesting, then there’s a game with limitless possibilities where you can literally create your own game world and make anything you want!
Are there some 2018 multiplatform games coming out that you’re looking forward to more?






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I'm afraid Sony's exclusive first party games (almost all are single player anyway) will be affected by the jailbreak and piracy in the future. This is very bad for both Sony and gamer like us. If that becomes too worse, Sony might even push PS5 forward. Personally I wouldn't if the console requires always online or requiring to connect every week or month.






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2018 is a 'good' line-up but can't say many games are of interest to me. Days Gone is the one I am most looking forward to - if of course that makes it out this year. I have not liked God of War in the past but the new one looks interesting - so much so I pre-ordered and also have Spider-Man pre-ordered too.

However those are the only exclusive games (unless Last of Us 2 or Ghost of Tsushima make it out before the end of the year) that I will be buying as it stands right now.






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