Justin Scerbo from The Zero Review discusses how the Final Fantasy XV and The Evil Within TGS trailers inspire the need and desire for more single-player centric titles after the over saturation of Destiny and other multi-player dependent games.
I'm starting to burn out pretty hard on multiplayer stuff, its about time for some new solid single player action no? -Justin
You are correct sir.
Yup, im stoked for these two games!
Yeah same Titanfall, Destiny and even WatchDogs were built up for their online experiences...in the end they all felt like let downs, despite being alright games in their own right It's time for some single player games.
Believe it or not , i played 3 multiplayer games last gen . Bad Company 2 , Bioshock 2 and Singularity and never touched any multiplayer in any other game except so rare even though i had the COD collection but never touched the multiplayer .
The final fantasy trailer looked like a One Direction of the video games.. 4 guys just talking weird in a car, what. That game certainly took a turn since it was first revealed, that's for sure.
Lol what kind of comparison is that :) anyways i think this game is gonna be masterpiece.
There are some people out there worried about the latest Final Fantasy. However, I've found it stellar in terms of gameplay. It gets westernized, and that's a good thing. :)
Final fantasy XV will be sure amazing .. If they deliver what we see will 6 months until the demo It already better then ff xiii .. The evil within seems the RE we are waiting for
Don't you dare call it a "single player experience" when it looks like you don't control your party.
After watching a gameplay demo of The Evil Within at Pax East 2014, I can confidently say that it is as close to RE4 as you can possibly get with it saying RE4 on the cover. I'm totally okay with that. - Justin
I tend to go back and forth between multiplayer and single player experiences. Single player is always for the story while multiplayer is for the competition
I'm looking forward to the evil within, but the FFXV game play just felt too scripted to be indicative of the genuine game
I'm not giving up on XV just yet. FFXIII was definitely a bit of a bummer in that sense, but hopefully square has learned from their mistakes.
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