All of the soldiers look chunkier thanks to the exoskeleton, though I think the graphics don't matter as much as the gameplay in Call of Duty.
Lately I've been disappointed with what video games have recently released. There isn't a lot of originality and at least over the summer I have a lot of time I don't need.
Having never played one of the games through, I still don't know if early viewings of the game should be taken seriously. Obviously fans will have the gameplay they want, but the ham-fisted humor seems to be a big part of what they show at conventions and ahead of release.
What's here looks and sounds really interesting though I don't see this becoming a bestseller.
It seems kind of shallow, but I like Japan's ability to twist a few odd ideas into something playable.
Don't know if I'm getting anything this week...
No clue he played World of Warcraft.
Don't eat my brains!
I hope they add even more options as the multiplayer season progresses.
Getting hit with a shotgun slug is quite the limit to moving.
I'm not much for the Lord of the Rings. Hopefully the story is self-contained and not all over the place.
Insomniac have made some incredible games. Looking forward to this mostly for the vibrancy and style.
As interesting as this game sounds, I don't know if I'll find the time to play. I used to play a lot of iOS games but I'm totally unmotivated to game on my phone these days.
I don't think it matters that much. Some people really want higher frame rates but I care more about playability, narrative, and design choices that effect the experience more than a few seconds of stutter here and there. Sure, sometimes frame rate can take you out of an experience, but there are dozens of things that could take a gamer out of the moment.
I hope Sunset Overdrive is as good as Infamous: Second Son!
Ouch! If there's a demo, I'll check this out.
They should just commit to a date.
I might get the FFX remasters, but I don't know if I'll have the time to play them.
Incredibles games, just played The Last of Us again and it still gives me chills. The ending is so fantastic in the way it subverts everything in the past 30-seconds to 3-minutes with the entire experience hanging on another lie with this odd hope for peace, despite the fact that seems like they're arriving in The Walking Dead's backyard. (pun intended, I guess).
So much to do!