MWEB GameZone writes: "Let at least one of your Black Friday purchases matter and get to play a really amazing game in the process."
It is on my wishlist, hoping to grab it today!
No. Free on PC. And it's overhype and flopped game.
uhh, how is it flopped if it is making revenue for the developers?
82 meta, should be lower.
The game did not flop. It sold quite well... but it's not a good game. Great graphics but too weird for me. Played it for a hour or so and gave up. Simply wasn't enjoying the game.
You not liking it doesn't mean it flops. Sales determines that. Sales say it is doing better than most Indies and better than some AAA games.
So by "free on PC" you mean pirate one of the very few microtransaction, season pass and DLC free games released this year?
Well there's always that one guy
Obvious troll is obvious.
It didn't flop, and it's already been announced that the game is making a profit on each sale going forward.
I'm waiting for a big enough price drop, my friend played it and likes it but it doesn't have enough play time to justify a $25 price tag.
Care to explain your reasoning for saying it is a "flop."
At least to support them. Great devs and great development model for future games.
Fully agree with you, they need to be supported as they've done something new and important for gaming.
Well I dont know about that but it is a pretty fantastic game.
I want to get this but I don't like to buy digital only games. As soon as they release this on a disc, I will buy it. Maybe Limited Run Games could do it.
I was the same up until about 3 months ago. Always wanted physical copies, but the only one I have now is HZD. Every other game I have is digital.
I think that's a personal preferrance. I like to see my collection on a shelf. I kind of old fashioned that way.
i will definitely support them. This team will continue to shine.
They've had a few mishaps with earlier titles, but Hellblade definitely lifted the bar. We're excited to see what's next from them.
All these cheap ass games and you’re pushing hellblade? Okay..
Hellblade is a good game for a AAA indie.
Eh, it’s alright. I liked the Norse elements but the pacing is super slow and the combat arena style is kinda lame. For 20 bucks you can get an ass load of games right now. Get hellblade when games aren’t on sale lol.
Maybe true but his point is $60 games are currently as cheap as this indie. Maybe if it was 50% of like most everything else.
America agrees with this and approves! ;) and I bought it PS4 Pro on "Mental Health Awareness Day" even though wary of the "Perma-death" (thankfully to find out it was a farce) and did it that day, because I wanted to support the community and had a feeling this would be a great game... and it was! :) Please check it out if you haven't bought it yet! :D
No thanks. If it's from Ninja Theory I will avoid it like the plague.
Why is that? Their games are an acquired taste I suppose...
Fair warning for people who haven't played it. It's not your typical ninja theory combat heavy game. I was expecting that having played enslaved odyssey to the west, Devil May cry and heavenly sword so I finished slightly disappointed. However The story and characters a really well-done with a good atmosphere and interesting bosses. PS also slow pacing a lot of walking.
I want it, but I haven't seen them lower the price yet. Not really a black Friday thing without a price cut
It's not very good. Repetitive gameplay and no enemy diversity. I guess if you care about the story it may be worth it to you for that, but the game itself is below average.
No. Let it be AC origins.
I thought the game was a little over hyped.
I want this on the X
Overrated and boring. Graphically good, but that's it. The gameplay is extremely basic and repetitive. Forget interacting with anything in the environment.
on my list but I got a lot of other games on my list !
One of the best looking game I seen in my life
Agreed super awesome game
Hoping for a Port from this studio soon
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