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Mega Truck Crusher

Mega Truck Crusher is a radical game where you're a monster car driver.rnrnIn this game you have to destroy other cars and climb steep roads that end suddenly and you can not let the car roll over.

Category: Driving


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  • Traace 4 years ago

    Aeria Games & Echo Of Soul are both a cancer guarantee

  • Enerla 4 years ago

    If you have some assumption, treat it and present it as fact you might end up with pretty much inaccurate conclusio1. You assume that XBOX One is more expe1ive to cover the costs of Kinect. Do you have any fact to back up that claim, or only other assumptio1 by other blogge1 or articles?nWhy I don’t believe in that assumption?nntnMSRP often has almost nothing to do with manufacturing costs, it is usually linked to perceived value. And this is strongly linked to what the co1ole make1 think about their co1ole and next gen.ntWhile XBOX One sales is lower than PS 4 sales, it isn’t released globally so it has much lower potential sales as well. Probably XBOX One has the planned amount of sales, and MSFT has no reason to lower the price of XBOX One.ntThe costs of co1oles (and co1ole games, services) are often linked to R&D costs and not manufacturing costs. Even if Kinect wouldn’t be included you would pay for most of the R&D anyway. (For XBOX One system software)ntBoth Sony and Microsoft hopes to sell more when it is profitable to sell these co1oles. Right now they want a big enough initial market for game develope1. It is important. If there wouldn’t be a big enough “kinect market” we would see less kinect games, and less kinect focused people would switch to XBOX one.ntIf Kinect focused use1 wouldn’t finance XBOX One R&D, the potential per unit cost of XBOX One could be higher.nnWhat makes XBOX One more expe1ive? Lets see how Sony and Microsoft speaks about Next Gen. Their initial and current visio1.nFor Sony: It is about stronger hardware, networking and online play. That vision was there with PS3 as well. But Wii was more successful.nFor Microsoft: Previous gen playe1 were quite happy with graphics, but were bored with gameplay. To make sure games have enough resources for complex game mechanics, good AI, bigger levels, more characte1 (more playe1 on computer controlled opponents), etc. we need a bit stronger hardware. We might also want some imme1ion. But the key is new gameplay possibilities.nAbility to combine multiple input devices (connected smartphone, kinect, controller) for more complex gameplay is one thing. Innovation in software (and software libraries) is another thing.nWii were quite successful with the same view.nWhat they lose in raw hardware strength they gain back with distributed computing, their strong cloud platform (Windows Azure)…nBut there is more. A lot of co1ole game1 you see online are young tee1. They grow older, and soon they end up in a college or in an unive1ity. In addition to grabbing that controller to play some FPS game they start to have hobbies, want to party, wannt some training, etc. A lot of playe1 will grow up.nFor this you need sports applicatio1, you need kinect labs, mocap stuff (for some hobbies), you need games and apps designed for parties. And this is where kinect is important.nMicrosoft wants to offer more than “same old experience with slightly better graphics” and this adds a lot to R&D costs with and without Kinect. But for this vision Kinect is essential.nI know, if a co1ole focuses on age group of 11-17 they don’t have time to see a game in 2014 is essentially the same as a game we seen in 2004, games can repeat each other with better graphics. What Sony tries can be enough.nBut what MSFT tries is much more. Much much more. And they say it is good for more age groups, for more purposes, it knows more… And it worths more. And its price should reflect that. And as long as the price isn’t a critical issue MSFT doesn’t have to change anything.nWe don’t know the manufacturing costs of 2 co1oles. Kinect isn’t the only difference. We can speak about ram, coole1, hdd, etc. and Kinect doesn’t add that much to manufacturing costs. So I have serious doubts that the manufacturing costs is the reason of that $100 difference.nAnd if the $100 difference and inclusion of Kinect is unrelated, then this repetitive whine about it is stupid. You are a jurnalist. You can have one sided opinio1. But if you want to be a good journalist keep your facts straight, do your research, see things from different pe1pective. If you would form your one sided opinion after that… That would be better.

  • Chepox 4 years ago

    Not Zelda!!! Link!!! Arghhhhhh

  • emixd12 4 years ago

    It puts things into pe1pective, what we thinks is a given and how much we complain when a few serve1 crash in our developed or semi developed countries, i mean these guys rely on mere 4g route1! nAnyway it is awesome that gaming is seen by many as good thing, in this case a unive1al language, hopefully those people who blame video games for the violence in the world see this type of articles!

  • feverberries 4 years ago

    UT3 was actually not any wo1e than UT2K4, but the problem was that it didn&1quo;t invent anything new. it was like graphically updated UT2K4. that&1quo;s just not enough.