CunningSmile wrote:You both say that but you only need to look at the responses on the delay announcement to see there are a lot of people that were only interested in Watch Dogs and are now delaying their purchase. Delay that purchase by 6 months and something else may come up that means they never purchase. I can easily see how the delay of one game (and don't forget its a very high profile game that at the first reveal was described by some journalists as defining the next gen) would have a big knock on effect.
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CunningSmile wrote:Thos. wrote:I was surprised to read a significant number of people saying they were cancelling their pre-orders based on this news. Of course it's really easy to just type words, so who's to siaoi awdinkadf a kjkjads kdk as dpksdikeikefnnds
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I will be postponing my purchase of the One due to this news.OXM ETboy wrote: Are you planning to postpone your next gen console purchase in light of this week's news?
I thought Watch Dogs would take my through to Spring 2014 - along with Skyrim and Rocksmith 2014 on the 360 - when a slew of new Xbox One games make their appearance.Vulgar Plebeian wrote:Of the next generation games that I would buy, most come from Ubisoft.
Vulgar Plebeian wrote:I shall give it some serious thought over the next week but I am more interested in titles such as Destiny, The Division, Titanfall and obviously Watch Dogs. It might well be the best choice to wait until 2014. I will definitely be getting the One at some point in time - only a matter of exactly when.
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