Skewed and Reviewed have posted an opinion piece asking why the pending Sony exclusive has so much pre-launch hate about it from the online community.
Because it looks so damn good. Nuff said.
I have wondered how many people bashing the game are PS4 owners or actually like Sony and their products.
Don't wonder, just ignore them. These people are getting paid for stating controversive opinions, just make up your own mind and decide whether you are interested in the game or not. I feel like I can enjoy a game the most when I haven't read any previews or reviews about it... I know exactly what I personally enjoy so I couldn't care less what others think about it.
so by saying the a.i. looks rather bland, the game is very linear and the gameplay looks to be broken up too much by cut-scenes is hating the game? since when do we live in an era where you cannot criticize a game without the backlash of a very loyal community who have yet to play it? most of the negative feedback is from those who played the demo yet we have this support group out there who feel like they need to attack every person who has a negative comment about the game. all anyone can agree on at this point is the visuals look fantastic, that's it. the game could have a great story, wonderful atmosphere and compelling gunfights but it also could be boring, very repetitive, and a game that doesn't really allow the player to do much aside from go from point a to point b with constant interruptions with various qte and cutscenes. i really don't get why the community feels like they have to defend a game they had no part in the creation process. your job is only a consumer and as a consumer you should be be open minded to all criticisms and positive feedback. not picking and choosing because you so desperately want the game to sell well because you feel obliged to support your console.
Because bashing ps4 garners hits If this was gears 4 it would be praised as they have the same mechanics..really strange.
Sometimes, the reasons why people hate certain things without even trying them is as simple as this; Some people simply hate what they can't or don't have. Or this; Some people actually do want to see the world burn.
I'm not going to speak for anyone but myself, but personally I'm just not into linear cover-shooters, and I'm also not attracted to the visual style of this game (dark, grey/brown, an era/setting that doesn't really interest me). I also never really cared about Gears of War. I just find cover-shooters a bit boring and predictable, and I just enjoy games that are 'light' and 'fun' more. Rime for instance looks far more appealing to me. Completely different game of course, but I just love the art-style. I want lots of gorgeous colours and locations in my games, instead of bleak dark grey/blue/brown corriders with zombies and monsters and whatever. I certainly don't 'hate' on The Order: I'm sure it will find an audience. I'm just not part of that audience.
Question ... if you're not into linear cover-shooters and the art style why, exactly, do you choose to open threads and comment in them when they relate to a game you clearly have no interest in? Just interested in what you beleive you can add to the discussion of a game you clearly have no interest in and why you'd waste your time with those threads in the first place? Clearly you have the right to post wherever you want but I just can't understand why someone will choose to read articles and post comments on a game where they've already admitted they're not part of the target audience
It doesn't get hate, but it does get some criticism for some things. I think the question should be why PS4 owners get their backs up so much when a game on that console receives some criticism, and not just triple A games, but even small indie games. This generation is by far the worst for fanboyism, particularly from the PS4 camp.
@Troll: Because the article is about the supposed 'hate' the game receives, so that relates to my own feelings about the game, which certainly isn't 'hate', but more a lack of interest, due to the reasons I already mentioned. If the article was about a character, or a level, or a weapon, or whatever else in the game, I probably wouldn't have bothered clicking it, and replying to it. Why is it important to you what I reply to or not...!? Isn't the whole idea of a comment-section on sites like these to hear different opinions!? Or would you prefer that only drooling fanboys respond to certain articles?
they're feeling insecure because they don't want to admit Sony has any good exclusives so they can maintain that "PS4 haez no gaemz and only sells on hype!" listwar.com objectively disproves this but they will ignore that. Also they will ignore that people have swung Playstation for a reason this gen and it's because A)they didn't try to screw everyone over on used games and always online and B)they do provide a bevy of exclusive titles that people want as well as offering the machine that plays all the 3rd parties better for just $50 more than the competition.
@yi-long It's not important to me what you choose reply to or not. And as I stated in my post, you have the right to post on whichever articles you see fit. I was just curious as to why someone would choose to enter threads about games they already know don't appeal to them. There was no hidden intent in my post, it was purely out of interest so thank you for your (civil) response.
I think it's fair to say that for most people, you are really interested in a game, or you don't really care much about it. That is you don't actively "hate" the games that you don't want to play, you just kinda ignore them? So when a game gets hated on, there's something else going on. There's some reason it's existance must anger you, and gets under your skin. There's also a human tendency that when people hate something, they will latch onto any criticism even if contradictory or hypocritical. We've seen lots of that with the Order. It's getting slammed for doing things a lot of other games do, yet the other games get a pass. I'm sure it's because it's exclusive. The people who can't play it lash out because they are either sick of hearing about it, or afraid it will draw people away from their platform. What I don't understand though is why Bloodborne and TLOU don't get this level of hate? Maybe the media hasn't found much to criticize? Seems like once they do, everybody piles on with that criticism.
It does look good. They say "don't judge a book by its cover," I "don't judge a game by its haters." People comment all day long about this mechanic and that problem, yet at the end of the day, they're too damn immature to understand the hard work that goes into a game. Video games are the culmination of all of humanity's artforms. They take millions of man hours to make and millions of dollars to produce. Instead of bashing based on what they "heard" or what they "saw" in crap low quality YouTube videos, they should wait for it to come out and pay their respects to the hard working men and women who made it by actually playing the finished product and coming to their own conclusions.
Graphically it looks great but the linear gameplay and its leaning towards QTE and dodgy AI is whats caused the pre launch hate/concern, it started with the early footage and continued into the hands on gameplay they showed. If your game has QTEs the media has not been kind to you this gen, ryse for example got slaughtered for it even though its actually a decent game. I guess we dont have long now before we can find out firsthand if those concerns were justified or not. @T2X Aye, what i wrote is just what the journalists have said as their concerns. Same as you I dont mind QTEs, I loved ryse but the journalist seem to have their torches out for that style of gameplay. We will all know soon though as not long until release.
Hey, people like what they like right? As far as I'm concerned, I have never played a game (ANd I have hundreds and have had just about every system launched since the inception of games, yeah, I'm old!) QTE have never made me hate a game as long as they are good quality and I'm enjoying the story.
Ryse got torn to shreds before launch for having QTE executions, but a good portion of what they have shown of this game is interactive QTE cutscenes. I don't know how the game is going to play out, and very likely I'll play it at some point, but I totally understand why people are skeptical. It hasn't shown me anything that makes me want to buy it. But it hasn't shown me a reason to "hate" it either. I'm waiting to hear more about it after people get their hands on the full game after launch. Until then, I'll withhold judgement.
I played the game for a good 30 mins at the lock-ins last night. During all that time the only "QTE" I encountered during gameplay (not cutscenes) was press triangle to melee ... which I've experienced in almost every other tps out there. Then there was 1 button press in each of the 2 cutscenes and a minigame to open a door. So tell me, please, where is this "leaning towards QTE" you speak of? From actually playing it there was nothing out of the ordinary that EVERY other shooting game has yet goes unnoticed. And as for dodgy AI, yes every now and then someone does something stupid. Like in every other game. But for the most part they go for cover, move from cover to cover as you move to try get an open shot, try flank you, throw grenades to flush you out and blind fire if you have them pinned. And that was on the demo settings (which are usually easy). Funny thing is I see a lot of posts complaining about QTE's and dodgy AI but I have to wonder how many of the people making those claims have played any of the game at all. Because, having played it myself, all I can do is rrad those posts and laugh at the ignorance of the people posting. Note I'm not referring to you specifically (in context of your response to T2X), just the people who have never even seen the game first-hand but post on here in their droves.
@Trollity Sounds like you have been lucky to get your hands on some play time, rest of us can only draw upon what journalist have said and quite a few have mentioned those as being their concerns with the game. Next month it will all be laid out plain for everyone to see and we will know if the journalist were right to call this game out on these issues or if the sony faithful were right all along and this is the next uncharted. So all we can do is wait until then.
Here's the basic Xbox fanboy strategy this gen that a man has noticed. 1. See trailer for PS4 exclusive 2. Say that the game looks bland or unoriginal 3. Nit-pick every piece of gameplay or trailer that comes out and say it looks worse than the last gameplay or trailer you saw 4. Say the game will suck leading up to release 5. Say it's overhyped (somehow even though they get trashed on for so long) 6. When reviews come always say that you expected a better score and then say it under delivered based on that made up expectation. It's getting old and it's painfully obvious at this point. Happened with Infamous, LBP3, Driveclub, Killzone, and is now happening with the Order. The worst a man has seen is when they try to compare this to Ryse just because they both look good graphically.
I don't know if reviews reflect the early hate as much as some people say. Sony exclusives still tend to rate pretty high overall. I think the hate is simple hit-mongering and trying to downplay how well Sony is actually doing this gen. Unfortunately, all this early hate makes it much easier to dismiss the lower reviews as biased and hit pieces, and of course some people will ignore the majority of reviews that are high in favor of the ones that support their agenda.
Because some of these 'journalists' have way too long sticks up their rear sides that make them complain about game mechanics that somehow didn't annoy them in similar games.
If this was multiplatform, it wouldnt have get half the hate its getting. If this was called Gears of War 4 people would be praising it to the sky. The haters are just annoyed that a PSP developers could achieve such beauty.
That simply isn't true. I'm personally looking forward to getting this game next month. It looks like a game I will enjoy and I'm not worried what other people think too much. However, some of you are being ultra defensive and saying things that just aren't true. Multiplatform games often are brutally hated on before they ever come out. There was so much hate towards Watch Dogs even before it released and it carried over after release. It's actually a pretty good game, but all the hipster gamers make it sound like it is a horrible, crappy game. And even though I don't own an Xbox One I can clearly see that games on that platform also get plenty of hate. You guys are just fans of a particular platform so your viewpoint is all skewed.
@Starchild Everyone hated Watch Dogs because Ubisoft lied and downgraded the hell out of the game but here it is being hated because it is an exclusive and a good looking one.
No, it wasn't downgraded that much. That's more exaggeration. It still looks quite amazing. Besides, we knew how it was going to look for over a year and a half, what does it matter if it doesn't look quite as good as the very first gameplay demo? That's what they were targeting and it didn't quite work out, but it still looks great and is a great game, so, no, the hate wasn't justified. See, you're just making excuses for why you and people like you hate on certain multiplatform games, but then you act all defensive if anybody is negative about exclusives on your favorite platform. Why is it ok to hate on a game for a minor graphical downgrade, but it's not ok for people to have negative impressions about the gameplay or other aspects of PS4 exclusives?
@Bloodbornyou also just said this above, "I know exactly what I personally enjoy so I couldn't care less what others think about it." the fact is you do care. you acre enough to continue making comments about it to balance things out. your thinking is the more hate it gets the more you feel obliged to tell everyone to ignore it. your history also shows you're very biased. meaning if all reviewers were like you you would be scoring ps4 exclusives higher than average and xbox one exclusives lower than average. meaning your opinion only serves to others who share the same bias as you. if this game scores well great, if it doesn't oh well. you see it does not matter to me one way or another. it's not my job to sell a game that i dont get compensated for. my concern is the ps4 having great games to make it a more compelling system, that's it. so why do people like you feel the need to take things a step further as though you do get compensated for trying to convince people to ignore the criticisms or to downplay the competition. i don't get it. to me it sounds irrational. on the flip side if this game doesn't get good reviews and you still like it all the more power to you. but i would hope that the enjoyment is based purely on the game, not it being exclusive and not it being because you want the ps4 to do well. @DarkOcelet that may be true but what also may be true are sony fans promoting this game because it is exclusive. it works both ways. that is why review sites are likely to be less biased. then read the comments about the reviews. fanboys will argue the scores are low and trolls will argue how the scores are too high. fanboys will get upset if it scores low or average and say they are picking on poor old sony and trolls will laugh if the scores are low or average. it's the nature of the beast with all the trolls and fanboys who plague the forums.
I think its fair enough for everyone who has some interest in the game to comment either good or bad. You cant really criticize people who are hyped about this game to say so and its also fair that people who find fault with the game but are still interested or unsure are commenting in any way they wish. But its true that the game seems to be fair game for people who have no interest in it and just want to have a shot at it and for articles that just want clicks to find fault with the 'predictable' story for example as one of the silly articles I remember. Theres nothing wrong in saying it if people wish and I dont care about scores or about promoting a game or a console.
What I think is funny about the complaints they have can be the same exact complaints towards Uncharted. Linear game, check. Some QTE's, check. Cinematic story, check. Sounds like to me it plays a lot like Uncharted. So I don't understand why everyone will love Uncharted and not like this game. The mechanics are identical.
Not only Uncharted but many other games including exclusives on other consoles
Because a lot in the media, who played the prebuild, did like the restricted feel of gameplay. They did the same thing with Ryse, and that was my most enjoyable game this Gen, along with PvZ.
Whats wrong with linear games? They were very enjoyable last gen with some of the best games last gen being linear. As long as this have an awesome story which it looks like it does combined with its beautiful setting then its a must own in my book.
Not Specifically The Order 1886, but... As far as 'Hate' goes, it's in the nature of (some) people to project negative energy onto something or another. At least wait until it has been released and universally praised, or panned by the critics ...who may, or may not know a good/bad game if it doesn't come with a corporate pay check.... They can screw their Reviews with a Pitchfork ;/
For the same reason As all the other ps4 exclusives, because it's a ps4 exclusive, end of story.
Lol I love these conspiracies. What exclusives so far have been underscored for playstation? Infamous scored in the low 80s which is spot on. DC was in the low 70s which is spot on for how it launched. Kill zone was mid 70s which is spot on compared to other shooters and past kz games. It's not like ps games are scoring in the 50s, most of them get very fair scores for what they've been. People say stuff like what you said, then they'll go to another article and say "playstation exclusives have a higher metacritic than xbox exclusives" with games like flower that scored in the 90s. well which is it then? You guys can't have it both ways.
Yeah, kz sf was a big letdown from the previous games.Still played it, still have it, but it was just so...average. Infamous was better, but also not as good as 2 previous ones-my opinion, obviously. But, to be honest, i suspect that my favs will be multiplats, just as it was last gen. Gta, ac2, fc3, my best game choice of ps3 rdr. Now i am most pumped for the witcher. Sometimes i get the feeling that people consider any score below 90 a flop. And then you have your conspiracy theories when any exclusive game is not being praised as a second coming. The order i.e does not get my motor running. And it shouldn't matter what reviews it gets, if you're gonna play it anyway.
How many Xbox One exclusives have gotten as much hate and negative press PRE-LAUNCH like Driveclub and The Order has? Name one... As a matter of fact, I haven't seen any Xbox One games receiving negative stories here on n4g like Driveclub and The Order have. Even Halo MCC was given high review scores even though it was just as broken as Driveclub. When you tell a story, TELL IT ALL, not just the portion that supports your point of view.
Maybe you don't realize it because you're too busy feeding into them yourself but there's been plenty of hate articles pre launch with xbox exclusives. Ryse was probably the worst of any game this gen in regards to that. It had a unbelievable amount of hate before launch for exact reasons the order is getting hate. (Linear, qte fest, etc). Here's some for titanfall which while it had a lot of hype, also had a ton of hate leading up to and post launch. Funny that one of the biggest complaints from people was that it was MP only, but then if anyone says something about the order being SP only, they immediately get disliked like crazy and responded to telling them why it's okay to be only single player. Double standards are all over this site. You may only see one side of it because you only care about one side. http://n4g.com/news/1288244... http://n4g.com/news/1430105...
it's not that they've been underrated by objective people as listwar.com shows but Xbox fans continue to claim Xbox has a stronger lineup and state it as if there's no debate. If they would simply word things like "I like Xbox's lineup more" then that would be fine but instead they come in and say "another overhyped Sony exclusive PS4 hez no gaemz and only sells on hype!"
I mean when every negative article blows up to 100+ comments on here its no wonder they keep writing them. They're here for clicks and people supply them on those types of articles. I don't think it's some huge conspiracy like people make it out to be
But then why aren't any other games seeing the same level of negative content? People keep bringing up Ryse, but that game wasn't exactly story heavy(meaning there was little reason to keep the content under wraps). It wasn't as if we were only subjected to the same area for a time, either. Some also talk about Titanfall, but that's a bad comparison, as well. Titanfall gave the impression of being something it wound up not being. Primarily, a game with massive battles, rather than one with a lot of AI running around on the battlefield. Simply put, people were upset the game didn't turn out to be what it portrayed itself as. To make matters worse, when it DID come out, it lacked content rather significantly. (Yes, maniac, I HAVE played it; it's been nearly a year since I did. Not that I expect you to believe me, but you seem to like to take advantage of my having one bubble to make whatever stupid claims you want and not have to worry about being corrected.) With this game, it's being lambasted for not having multiplayer of any kind. That's fine if you're talking personal interest, but the media is treating it like a negative, as if every game has to have multiplayer. Which is weird, since other games- like the aforementioned Ryse- didn't lose points even before release for not having multiplayer. It's criticized for not being open-world, and here we see something that's a bit of a sad trend: linear has become a dirty word in the industry, despite arguably some of the best games of last gen being very linear affairs. It's as if the past two years were suddenly wiped from everyone's memories, and replaced with some silly parody instead. And then there are the gameplay complaints. These are quite possibly the most stupid, since not one person complaining can suggest some other or better method. I mean, what sort of changes in gameplay would they be expecting? I'd get if it the complaints were reasonable, but that pretty much doesn't happen with The Order.
Ryse did have multiplayer... You see, just another example of talking about things you have no idea about. Just like as I proved in a previous post you were all over Titanfall articles downplaying it and trying to convince everyone it was overhyped. And Titanfall wasn't what people expected? Can we apply your logic to The Order and people expecting it to have multiplayer? Or is that more "media biased"? Ryse was crucified for having QTE kills yet was excepted in God of War and other games similar and now you want to give The Order a pass also. Here's my point Hicken, you fanboys like to point out flaws, label downplay and make a huge deal out of other console exclusive games, but then when it comes time to look at your exclusive games you are quick to forget what you supposedly hated from the other side. You conveniently forget and then start to blame the media. And no Hicken, you did not "play" Titanfall. I remember well you said you played it at some bar for 10 minutes. And you made all that judgment just off of that little bit you played. That is just as worse as someone playing the demo of The Order and declaring it the worse game ever. And why were you so upset that Titanfall lacked content...but has more modes and more replay then the one story, no multiplayer The Order? The only hate I see for this game is by its own fans generating and pretending that this game is getting some kind of unrealistic hate that no other game like this has ever gotten. Keep trying Hicken, you have been exposed too many times for anyone to take you at your word.
I don't understand the hatred of any game that people are looking forward to. This seems to be the "in" thing now. Hating on everything just because it's said to be good before it comes out. I am buying the Order day 1. Why? because it looks interesting to me. I don't care if it doesn't have MP or Co-op either I have plenty of other games for that. As far as people crying over the 10-12 hours for $60 dollars. Think of going to the movies. Whenever my wife and I go to a movie we always pretty much come out having spent about $70 bucks for dinner, tickets, snacks etc. So if we spend $60 bucks for a 12 hour game, that's a good deal, plus, i'm sure there'll be at least some replay value as well. I think the story looks great and it's a little different. Pretty much everything has been done to death or already seen nowadays even with films, so when something comes along with some familiar concepts but a few cool twists thrown in, hell I'm in!
" those that want to tear down anything that is new or does not fit their images of what a game should be, or Xbox fans lashing out over Sony having a new exclusive that they will not be able to enjoy without buying a PS4." yes i agreed.
The people teling their opinions about it probably didn't even play it. I assume a lot of Xbox fanboys are trying to make this game fail. The only thing all this is doing is giving the game more publicity. Like usual, it will sell more than any Xbox One exclusives (I remember DriveClub destroying FH2 in sales completely).
IN the end it doesn't matter. The game has some pretty impressive pre-orders, and the huge uptake in interest since the trailer a couple weeks ago is going to make this one successful game.
Don't hate , just not my cup of tea .
its all because its a new ip & that its not being made by a AAA dev like naughty dog,bungie or rockstar & theres no mp for the casuals
I dunno. I guess it might be because people dont want the PS4 to have two high quality AAA exclusives in the beginning of the year. Since they can't really attack Bloodborn they attack The Order 1886 instead. Mind you I'm just talking about the ones hating on the game for no good reason.
Excessive critisism ("hate") is as inappropriate as early praise ("hype"), since nobody played the full game yet. I've got some healthy doubt about its quality as a game, but let me happily convince otherwise. Let's ee how it turns out.
I have been super excited for this game ever since it was revealed, but I will say that the way they have handled the marketing and presentation has been horrible. The first snippet of actual game play was streamed over a laggy and crashing Twitch channel. I'm sure the game will be good it just doesn't appear to be the way they have presented it.
I'm sorry but I don't want every game to be sandbox. That gets old real quick. If this is a linear story based game(Gears of War, God of War) then so be it. All that matters is that it entertains me.
I played it twice...at e3 it was not that great...extremely linear but when I played it again at the PlayStation event...I liked it...will hold judgment until I play the final game which I do plan to buy
Theres plenty of QTE and Linear gameplay in TLOU and Gears,does that not make them my two fav games series in my lifetime?? Hell no,I play the shit out of them in MP,I hope The Order is sucessful (going by pre-orders it already is )so they can add MP and co-op next time round,the first dip into the universe can have neither as long as the game makes us crave a sequel which I think it definatly will,hell I would even pay for DLC if it included MP although I know most wouldnt,yes I am a TPS nut!!!! This game is gonna shut armchair reviewers mouths who are slating the game,I am deployed in The Middle East with The Royal Navy and am getting it sent to me by my family day one in the post so have the trolls and jealous gamers put me off?? Not a chance
Sony is once again showing quality and diversity in their exclusives and opposing fanboy journalists can't handle it, nuff said. Every single article attempting to belittle this game has given zero factual reasons why you shouldn't buy it, its quite pathetic. Headlines need to just say 'dont support sony, we beg you' at least there would be no confusion that way.
I don't know why people get so worked up on either side. People play it at conferences; some people like it, some people don't. People that have never even played it take issue with the people who have played it and didn't find it that enjoyable. They are labeled fanboys or called names. That's small minded and we should all be more discerning when giving business our money. What's the expression? Vote with your wallet? its weird because how would people blasting the people who played it and didn't get a good impression even know if it's good or fun having never played the game themselves. Nobody has this game yet so no one has a stake in it and we all want good games so I don't see the point in defending it after never playing it. If we just accept everything that studios put out for some mysterious loyalty, games will never actually get better. Personally I want this game to be good, and I'm ready for a new game, but at the same time I have no opinion of this game either way, because I haven't played it either. I'm concerned it will be boring, I'm optimistic it will be at least decent and I'm confident it will look gorgeous. Nothing wrong with that. People need to get over absolute opinions, blind favoritism and be mor objective. Absolutes are for closed minded people who don't question anything.
Because it's actually original looking and not a modern first person shooter that looks like a generic POS meant to be obsessively played by 15 year olds ?
Jealousy, you can claim anything else but it pretty much comes back to that ;)
It has become a major target for a lot of journalists/bloggers and elitist gamers. It's coming to a head , and gives people the perfect soapbox to make their voices heard. No gimmicks - where's the innovation? No open-world No multiplayer Button prompts / QTE's Very linear Very cinematic Expect a lot of these - 5/10 , 6/10 , 2/5 , 3/5 .... and expect numerous opinion pieces for this game and games like it. Places like Eurogamer , Edge , Gamespot , Giantbomb , Polygon .... etc might not appreciate a game like this in 2015 , but that doesn't mean that you can't. Don't let them rustle your jimmies.
Because it gets hits on N4G.
PlayStation exclusive games that I have played that I felt were reviewed with either an agenda or bias or or were given negative marks for issues that similar multi-platform games were given passes for the same issues or just obvious jealous hate. Grand Turismo kill zone 2! Warhawk/Starhawk Infamous LBP Metal Gear 4 It is what it is' "Haters gonna hate us cause dey ain't us"!
People (haters) fear the PS4 and are scared of it getting a highly rated game. If this was Gears it'd be ok though. I love how people hate on it saying it's linear but are all the same people who go out and buy a boring bland linear TPS Luke Gears Of war. Every PS4 exclusive gets hated on even LBP3 did. PS4 isn't allowed to have great exclusives. Just wait until Bloodborne comes out. Wait until U4 it will also be hated on but then they'll go praise the Uncharted clone Tomb Raider becusse it's on Xbox.
Because it's a new IP for a fairly new system and people's expectations are way too high – at least as high as they've been inflated after six years of awesome games.
I'm betting the game is good & have a preorder to prove it. It's not because it's a PS exclusive. It just has a great setting & I love it when Lycans are portrayed well. Even with my very public rants against MS I would be interested in this game if it were exclusive to the Bone. My only concern is the Letterboxing. I'm not a fan of that for video games. If it somehow adds to the experience & I can see first hand the reason for choosing to letterbox it then I may feel different. I mean, does it really give you a wider feild of view? If so, does it really make a difference? We'll see. I think I'll like the game but if I don't then I'll sell it on ebay & someone will get a good deal. It's going to have to be something special for me to keep a Letterbox game in my collection. With that said, the art & attention to detail look absolutely phenomenal. The gameplay I've saw along with some crazy guns make me want to play it.
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