chh chh chh ch ca ca ca ca - At least you get the awesome sound effects right? ;)
You not a Souls/Nioh fan or just thinking it's not going to make the mark?
Really disappointing that you can't jump in until one of you has completed the mission
I've had very little experience with the franchise so I wasn't expecting anything special but god damn. I've never played a game with the quality of side content that Yakuza 0 has. I thought the Real Estate was awesome and then I hit the Sunshine Club, so much fun. Lots of developers should take note, really added to the games depth.
I put over 100 hours into Yakuza 0. Done the vast majority of the side content. Never been the biggest fan of the franchise but Yakuza 0 is nothing short of fantastic. Compared to the 10-15 hours for Res? It's a no-brainer for me. Either way, hope you don't regret whatever purchase you make :D
Couldn't agree more. I actually enjoyed the story and overall experience more than the full game. Fantastic DLC, worth every penny
For some reason I pictured SEGA as a bunch of 60+ dudes sitting around a table discussing how out of touch they are :D
Still on the fence with this one. I like the concept. Fog didn't really help anything much
Patience? Yeah, putting up with piss poor controls, terrible camera angles and repetitive puzzles. Never completed the game so was unable to review it but it's the first time in many years I've put a game back on the shelf after 3-4 hours.
Very unlikely with Perfect World involved. Every game they publish is a free-to-play title with micro-transactions, with the exception of Livelock that's buy-to-play.
I'd much rather pay for a game outa the box but as this ones free-to-play, you're almost guaranteed to have micro-transactions :(
I really don't understand the change in formula for Evolve. Left 4 Dead was great because the entire experience was multiplayer, team-based, by the end of a campaign you could list countless memorable moments with your team.
Then Evolve removed that element completely with the 4v1 style, not really my thing. If they can stick closer to the elements that made Left 4 Dead such a big hit, I'd be excited for this one :D
Huge fan of the original Left 4 Dead. Evolve, not so much. Hopefully these guys can pull something special out of the bag :D
From what I've done myself after completing the main story there's a monster arena, a secret labyrinth dungeon, 8 dungeons hidden behind the seals doors inside each dungeon, 5 legendary weapons quest (top one is a level 120 enemy), giant adamantoise fight, a number of hunts are end-game only, limit break magic. There's a lot to do :D
Just because it's a minority opinion, doesn't guarantee it's clickbait, although it's sometimes the case. I loved Shadow of the Colossus but not big on ICO. I played The Last Guardian for about 5 hours and "irritating waste of time" is the perfect way to summarize my experience.
It's not for everyone :D
I was okay until end game. The healing items get pricey and I pop them a lot. Bit crap at the combat so most of my fights are battles of attrition. More healing items, more win :D
Just a quick heads up for anyone doing the arena. Some players are reporting that the game freezes when attempting to save following a lengthy arena run. It has happened to me a few times but just let it sit and it sorts itself out everytime, can take 3-4 minutes though.
It's addicting right? I sat down for a quick 30 minute play session... Was still in the arena 2 hours later. I've heard you can see Cactuar's and such too, but I've yet to see one.
They scale up pretty quickly. Starts off in the 70s, last one in the chain is level 99... That thing whooped my ass for ages :D
He didn't appear until I had completed chapter 15 so I expect it's an end-game only thing.
SA-MP has been around for years and to the best of my knowledge, they avoided any huge legal battles. Things are a bit more anal today but if there's no money changing hands, maybe they'll let it slide?
This could just be me being hopeful :D
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