Canon ending as far as I'm concerned
You do realize the author is saying that it's silly to be offended, right?
You know, I think *maybe* you guys need to not judge this at face value and read the piece. Here's an excerpt: I dunno, if you feel like you are getting peer pressure from a video game, maybe you should consider something safer, like No Man’s Sky. I mean that’s a much safer game if you somehow have your feelings set to “can I play, daddy?.”
That is correct! Golin is who sent it out!
Game length is ok the day before launch, online though, not at all.
I wish this was better. It has solid concepts
Yeah, it's pretty damn good. My only complaint is the weak story
I don't think the concern is originality, but the fact that the game is silently releasedright behind major releases. Hell, it's almost releasing in competition to Wildlands as well. I'm pretty sure the writer is saying that people will sit down and play this a bit and then find something else to play, fortunately he's also hoping they expand the game a bit and people have something exciting to come back to.
Went to the Lucidsound site to check the price and it says it is bogo. Noice.
This is a great game, it's too bad it isn't getting a proper rerelease and new owners have to look into private sellers.
You've commented quite a bit while being insulting to the writer. Maybe you should look in the mirror before bothering to get confrontational on someone else's opinion?
Hey, maybe people will be playing online again
They make sure you ain't booty
The good news is that we are now noticing this.
I agree. Rockband just reached for low hanging fruit while GHL made changes to the norm. I'd rather have had an Amplitude with better gameplay and licensed music.
It's just a fresh and unique experience! I agree. It's pretty cool
I've never seen a weirder story in the video game industry. This is pants-on-head crazy!
Well, I guess there's always Fnatic and Origen?
This wasn't as bad as I expected Fair score.
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