On the other hand, I think that some of your examples are more of a stretch for gaming, so gaming makes sense as the entry point. I've attended and been to large universities that still use ridiculously old computers in many places (and there are many other places that budget cuts have hurt), hospitals and stores with horribly outdated databases that won't upgrade because of the cost, and I'm currently house shopping and the amount of effort many realtors put into just taking pictures of the houses they supposedly want to sell is atrocious. Unfortunately not in my budget, but I've seen half a million dollar houses with no more than 10 pictures with bad angles for advertisements an minimal descriptions, because they'd rather you just go to the house (except I'm not going if your ad doesn't make me interested!).
There are definitely tons of possibilities but I think most in those industries are going to take a loooooong time to get anywhere near touching VR.
Crackdown 3 seemed interesting until MS pulled the crap where they said the environmental destruction was exclusive to the multiplayer. What a load.
I completely missed that story... Really is a shame, because we all know Xbox will happily advertise the destructive powers of MP as if it's the full game, when it turns out they "restrict" single-player gameplay too far less destruction...
I'm interested in all of those games...
You don't matter, Larry.
Having played Crackdown 1 and 2, I'm actually interested to play through the 3rd installment. Both games got all you want out of consoles: an open world illogical game about blowing stuff up. Entertaining stuff when I was still saving to build my first gaming PC.
Also I may end up playing Sea of Thieves, that is if it reviews well and is available on the cheep for the PC edition XD
Sorry, but you have to be very ignorant if you think Prey is a Dishonored clone.
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