on 11-05-2012 10:37 AM
got the video game starhawk now
is starhawk coming to the playstation store and what will be the price
starhawk will be a game to play quite alot so would rather buy starhawk from playstation store than on a disc
on 11-05-2012 10:39 AM
on 11-05-2012 10:41 AM
If its anything like Prototype 2 it was £10 more expensive on Playstation Store which I think is a bit stupid considering it would be cheaper for Sony to sell it on PSN as there's no costs for the production of the case or disk etc.
on 11-05-2012 10:43 AM
on 11-05-2012 10:47 AM
I dont think you need to worry about that, PS3 is pretty robust. I dont think it would be reading off the blu-ray disk all the time while you're playing anyway. I imagine it'll only be whilst loading a new map or cut scene etc.
11-05-2012 03:16 PM - edited 11-05-2012 03:17 PM
Confirmed by Dylan Jobe it's not for launch but it's something that could looked at he said
Dylan and Sony
look at this: -----------------------> YOUR BANK ACCOUNT with and without PSN Version
I am NOT GOING TO BUY the blu-ray version of this. I am certain I am not alone. It makes no sense to load this up via blu-ray
12-05-2012 11:36 PM - edited 12-05-2012 11:38 PM
do you think they stupid they plan to sell you the disc 1st after it will be on the psn if you wanted the game you went and got the game you think dylon bank acount is unhappy haaaaaaaa go look his recent interviews and look the smug on his face a picture says it all psn haaaaaaaaaaa maybe next month after everyone cashed in 5 years worth of rent to pay it makes no buissnes sence wat so ever for it to be on the psn at this moment in time. period
i think you are alone mate
on 13-05-2012 02:33 AM
Interestingly Warhawk was released first ( by 2 days ) on the Playstation Store, to great fanfare if I recall, and was cheaper than the Blu-ray version ( £19.99 verses £39.99, though the Blu-ray came with the bluetooth headset, and the PSN version was only playable on the purchasing account ).
I had wondered where it had gotten to, though honestly i'm not that bothered as it's simply not as good as Warhawk, the learning curve is too steep to make it fun, and casual gamers will have a much harder time of keeping up with those playing more frequently. The other big problem is that the new build and battle features actually detract from following gameplay, and do not make each game different as suggested. As shown in the beta, once the optimal strategy is worked out for a map, everyone uses it from then onwards.
I'd personally be happy if they'd just patched some of the remaining bugs in Warhawk, kept updating the server map rotations, and maybe launched some more DLC / map packs, I suppose there is less money in that though, or maybe i'm just too cynical for my own good !
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