The writing seemed entertaining, from what I've seen, but I think the complaints are understandable.
Gameplay before graphics, in my opinion.
Sounds fair. I'm still enjoying Los Santos, but next-gen Saints Row will probably follow if I can find it at a discount.
Oh Saints Row, never get serious about your business. It's better that way.
Spent all of the digital credit I have I think.
Very strong month for Nintendo in software sales, though I think the hardware still needs a boost.
PS3 still has strong software offerings but I don't think it'll last through much of 2015.
I wouldn't own either of the next-generation consoles if they had to be online. There are a lot of reasons the Internet connection could go out in my home.
Xbox has the better line up this year, though PlayStation 4 will still sell like crazy. People will want to buy it for their kids before they have to worry about it next year.
I didn't play the other Tomb Raider game in this style, so maybe I should check this one out.
Every instance of digital consumerism is bound to have some issue or error. Hopefully they'll get it settled after this attention.
I still don't have a camera for my PS4. Don't know if it'll ever be worth it.
Guess what all these video games are in some form or another? How many seconds and minutes do you have to kill before you're a mass-murderer of everyone's time?
I love when players get together to do silly stuff like this in a game not intended for stuff like this at all.
Gotta check this out since it's free. Maybe after more Dragon Age: Inquisition.
I really just want to watch this. It doesn't seem nearly as fun to play.
So Benoit isn't in the game?
I wasn't really disappointed by any of these games, but Destiny seems to have had the most trouble maintaining a lot of excitement. People are still asking about DriveClub weeks afterwards because Sony said it'd be free. Otherwise I think you wouldn't hear a peep about it.
I'm not going out shopping on Black Friday, but I'm looking for deals online.
I understand why developers didn't like the Nintendo approval process, but at the same time it totally thwarted many of these issues.
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