Time for something new and improved A new console generation is always a time to get excited. It’s also, on the longer term, always a period of great change. Now that our online-connected machines are evolving platforms rather than strictly defined systems, there are countless ways that the next generation of consoles can change and improve gaming for the better over the years following launch.So we’ve had a think. We’ve nitpicked the current-gen gaming experience for every niggle, annoyance and area of potential improvement we can identify. Some are tech-driven. Some are cultural. Some involve industry nonsense and some are long-standing game design irritations. But the PS4 and Xbox 720 could easily fix them all. If they do, gaming will be perfect. Let’s see how lucky we get. Prev Page 1 of 52 Next Prev Page 1 of 52 Next 1. Loading times Games are fun. Thus, any barrier to getting into a game and playing it is an irritation. This logic has held true ever since games were invented, being particularly well understood during the days of tape-loaded 8-bit home computers. Things got better during the cartridge era, but then with optical media we were right back into the… Read full this story
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