Warframe avaible at Launch of PS4

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  1. Ares Audioholic Samurai

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    Warframe will be a launch title for the PS4, at the moment Sony is getting a demo ready for E3 all I can say after seeing the launch trailer is ninjas, space and exo-armor powers.:eek:


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    Pretty cool. But I haven't decided if I'm going to stick with Sony or jump ship and go Xbox. I'm not Sony's biggest fan.
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    I was thinking of getting both but the whole DRM thing and that your Xbox One has to check in once every 24hr like it's on parole turned me off.
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    Yeah that's kinda lame. I guess that's how they're trying to crack down on hackers?
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    More likely that they are trying to cut down on piracy.
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    Piracy does play a part in their policy but the real target is used game sales, their policy allows publishers to tell you what you can and can not do with the game you just bought, MS in their own word:

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    This makes no sense to me. I can't believe that Microsoft is that stupid. If it's the publishers that want this then why is Sony not doing the same thing? If this is Microsoft's idea how do they make money by pissing off their customers? Most of my gamer friends are on Xbox but many of them are now looking at the PS4. This seems like a disastrous move on the part of Microsoft.
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    From what I have read it apperared that Sony had similar intentions since they have a patent on placing an RFID chip in the PS4 which could block used games. My guess is after they saw the backlash with MS they modified their stance, DRM will play a part with the PS4 in the form of online passes, just as it does now with the PS3 when trying to play used games online.

    After all that transpired leading up to E3 with MS, Sony shows a PS4 ad at it's E3 press conference which many have interpret as a swipe at MS.

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    I see Microsoft changed their minds on the DRM thing. Looks like they actually realized what a stupid idea it was. Hope the guy that pushed for this got fired.
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    It's not a surprise that they did but the damage has been done, the Hardcore are vindictive when they feel that a game company turns it back on them. If your in doubt about that look at Sega, as far as the latest data on pre-orders there is a 5:1 ratio in Sony's favor.
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    I'm not surprised. I feel the same way. Before this debacle I was thinking about getting an Xbox because most of my gamer friends have Xbox's and they're always telling me, "Too bad you don't have a 360 or I'd let you borrow some games." So I figured maybe I'd get one and then I could share and play game with those guys. When they announced all the restrictions then getting one was pointless to me.

    Now that they've eased up I'm still pissed at them. Why the hell would I want to give my money to a company that wanted to be such *****? The fact that they repealed the restrictions is meaningless to me because if they could have gotten away with it they would have. Screw Microsoft.
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    There is still that possibility they will try again, no one knows what's in the TOS yet. Sony had used it's TOS to get gamers to go along with their program of removing the Other OS so they could have continued access to PSN. So as far as I'm concerned this subject is far from over with MS, and not to be out done in the douchebaggery department Sony confirmed that PS 4 will require PS+ in order to play games online, while being able to play all single-player games as well as use all media services without subscribing to PS+.[h=2][/h]
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    Yeah that does bug a bit.

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