It's pronounced Tolkien lol.
Fix the lootbox system in arcade, it's putting undue stress on what's supposed to be the more casual, relaxed option.
Lol because Bioware has such a great track record at the moment, right?
For all the haters Destiny has a very large fan base they have no reason to make the sequel a different style.
@Jon tygarean but it's not a review of ME2, ME3, or Witcher 3. Saying the cons shouldn't count because other games got a pass is laughable.
Ok Sircolby45, if you say so. ME 1, 2, and 3 hooked you right from the beginning. If Andromeda is still ramping up after 10 hours then maybe it isn't that good. You shouldn't have to try so to find something good.
I would think that ten hours into a game would give you an honest showing of how the rest of it is going to go. I played that much just to be sure.....this game was a total let down between the cumbersome ui, bland landscapes, and poor multiplayer.
You totally missed out then.
Multiplayer was in the last one and it was great.
Lol what? The multi in the last one was amazing, it was a definite draw at the fact you could posse up and tackle bandit hideouts.
Gaming evolves, it's easy to take this opinion 13 years after the game is released:/
Lol, congrats I guess on paying $100 plus on a $60 game? Please stop trying to justify their garbage practices with other games that faired well. Battlefront is far shy of battlefield 4 or even Titanfall.
Said no Battlefront fan ever.
I couldn't buy it directly from the system, had to to through my tablet.
RDR still plays better than most games now, and even after 6 years it still looks beautiful.
Lol the single player is amazing, even if multiplayer didn't work it's still a great game.
Best. Article. Ever.
Lol, this is a terrible month. Next gen system and we keep getting Indies and 8 year old games.
Seriously I would nerf Mei before I nerfed Torbjorn.
I think I see a little Web of Shadows combat in there....nice!!!
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