Makes me want to dive into the source material real bad.
I have to disagree with the premise here. This DLC seems more like Irrational wanted to parallel the events of Infinite--the decent of a utopia. Just the way the story of Infinite was put forth would make it challenging to place a story based piece of DLC into the narrative, at least from a Booker/Elizabeth perspective. Placing this DLC back in Rapture allows them to tell a new story separate from the events of a story they already tied up. I think it's smart, from a narr...
I'm amazed at how split people are on GTAIV, I actually thought I was more in the minority of my annoyance for the game. I couldn't have been more unsatisfied with the game when I completed it and I was only going through the motions of the story after a while. If it wasn't for all the stellar GTA games that preceded it GTAIV would be amazing, but it is a major let down, for me, in comparison to the others.
I loved Assassins Creed 1. I included it because it felt primarily like groundwork for future games rather than a fully realized game itself (not a bad thing). I expected so much from this game but it turned kind of boring half-way through. It's not a bad game by any means, only disappointing.
If you are interested in seeing some game play and have any questions, the Spiderduck Network will be doing a live stream of the game tomorrow (Sunday).
I wish I could see what all the people giving it 10's see, but I just can't get into it.
It still looked like DeadRising, even if it had lost some of the humor. So I'm holding out hope.
We already saw with EA's online pass that retailers will discount the difference. Aside from limiting your ability to lend, getting developers a cut of their game is a good thing.
Soooo, just like Microsoft then.
Can't say they shot themselves in the foot when they are already breaking pre-order records.
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