- Category: Bronson Rants
- Written by Bronson Fiori
With the Wii U three years into its life, and the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One at two years, Bronson evaluated each system on their performance to the consumer thus far.
Please do not buy season passes unless you really know what is certainly coming with them, especially when they cost almost the FULL price of the original game itself!
This week on Bronson’s Soapbox, he talked about his impressions about the Star Wars: Battlefront Beta. It certainly feels and looks like the Star Wars movies, but there are some major issues with the balancing.
Kingdom Hearts 2.8 was announced which brought back the passionate return of Bronson Rants! Really? Did they really have to drag it out this long before they can finally put all of their efforts behind Kingdom Hearts III? Because we do not have KH2.8 footage, we threw in the official announcement footage of Final Fantasy XV (also really drawn out) and KH3.
Games like Dragon Age: Inquisition and The Witcher 3 have slow starts, and it is often said “they get better later on”. If you have limited time to enjoy games, do you really have time or motivation to find out if they do get better later on? First impressions are important.
The holiday season is amazing for video games because everything is coming out! There is a problem though. Is it possible to sufficiently play all the big holiday season blockbuster releases, plus some good mid-tier games, in the period between late-August to the end of the year? For a lot of people, that answer is likely no.
Yearly releases are something most gaming enthusiasts do not enjoy seeing, but it is more than a sore sight. Bronson explains how financially it is not a good idea from a business standpoint, and how it can wear out even the most dedicated fanbase.
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