If you're looking for a lengthy and humorous (if somewhat unpolished) hack-and-slash RPG to tide you over while you wait for Dragon Age II or The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, it's worth giving Reality Pump a second chance.
Definitely getting this when it hits $40.
Hey check out Amazon in about 3 weeks. It should be less than 40 bucks.
Kmart has it for $39.99 starting 1/30 till then end of the week.
I tend to trust game Informers reviews, may have to pick it up.
Considering GI gave Modern Warfare 2 and GTA 4 a 10.....no thanks
for the name and hype many fell for it
I'm pretty sure I'll be buying it when it drops in price. Can't afford all this awesome. :/
Good game is good. I've played about 60 hours and I recommend it to any RPG gamer. Def worth your time.
Well I bought the first one for 2.50 and it was really a 4/10 game. So if the #2 gets a 7.75 then I will be buying it when it gets to a lower price.
This really is a love/hate game. The reviews vary wildly. I'll attempt to hold out till DA:2, but I probably wont.
Will not be buying DA:II. The first one I quit playing half way through. What a waste of 80 bucks.
must suck not liking good games
I agree, EvilNecessary. I went to pick up Deadspace 2 today and was asked if I wanted to reserve DA2. I actually laughed a little when I said no. I also lost interest in the first, so the sequel is nowhere on my radar. @Too_many_games - Maybe if you avoided the mediocre games you'd have an easier time getting all the good ones.
go back and play Modern Warfare 2 and you're little First Person shooters with zero depth
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