IGN 1:31 Video Review + GREAT ACTION + LONG ADVENTURE - NO BLOOD - SCREEN TEARING
BETTER THEN NINJA BLADE CONFIRMED.
Why they didn't mention I mean MGS4 installation suck I'm sorry it would been better if Raiden was on screen or the octo-suit was changing pattern
I think IGN forgot the sixaxis boob jiggle, but they are bunch of xbots so they're homos and pedos
What the hell is wrong with the reviewer? The removed the blood "Buuuu" They add women "yeaaaa" So freaking unprofessional.
I could not agree more 3sq. It's hard to believe IGN couldn't find better people to review games for them.
No Blood what do they mean no blood. When i played the demo i saw plenty of blood just not the gore from the 360 but there is still blood. I cant see screen tearing. Best game (a hard game) for christmas :0
I have played the demo several times now and I have never seen any screen tearing...
I'm actually looking forward to this game more than Uncharted2 at the moment but that's just me, these type of action games (NG, DMC, GoW, Bayonetta and the new Castlevania) are probably my favourite type of game. The Demo is incredible, I've completed it several times only to realise if it's anything like the original, you'll be able to use your demo save on the actual game when released so I'm waiting on a UK demo before I decide to go through MNM in the demo. However, I have noticed a bit of screen tearing in the demo. It's not game breaking or anything but it is definitely there. If the full title has as little screen tearing as the demo then I'll be very happy The blood aspect doesn't bother me in the slightest. OTT blood is just a gimmick. I found a code to add the OTT blood to Monster Hunter on PSP like the Japanese version. I've used it perhaps twice and it's fun yeah but after you've seen it, it doesn't really add anything to the game. To mark a title down because of that is just sad. Are these reviewers 10 years old or something?!
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