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Submitted by Am_Ryder 642d ago | opinion piece

Three Problems Which Plague The Last Of Us, Bioshock Infinite and Tomb Raider Part 3

Leviathyn.com: "Without further ado, let's wrap up this three-part diatribe on the problems I found with the three biggest action games of the year this far. Those games, again, are The Last Of Us, Bioshock Infinite, and Tomb Raider. This time, we look at how gameplay menus for skill trees and weapon upgrades have destroyed buckets of tension which these games strive to build." (BioShock, PC, PS3, The Last Of Us, Tomb Raider, Xbox 360)

Am_Ryder  +   642d ago
[WRITER'S NOTE: This is NOT a duplicate of the previous two "Three problems" articles. This is PART 3 of 3. The one without a part name is Part 2. Somebody took it and badly edited it on here. Please don't do "Duplicate" Reports on this. It's original work. Thanks.]
level 360  +   641d ago
What a piece of elitists' horse dung article.
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