Hope the June release holds up.
Terrible examples. 2 animals that don't even target humans as prey. A lion may if starving & desperate. We don't have enough fat to make it worth the energy sharks would expend to eat us, which is why the majority of encounters are non-fatal. Just admit humans suck. Too smart for our own good. Notice the other species that harm & kill for fun are orcas & dolphins. 2 of the smartest non human animals in the world.
One of the few turn based games I liked. Just wish I hadn't lost my level 50+ saves.
Only game where it ever got loud for me was Stories: The Path of Destinies. And it was digital.
Short, but enjoyable. New game + setup is terrible tho. No choice.
Enjoyed it, but only 5 missions, & the game + is trash. Don't get to use all of Emily & Corvo's powers or even choose which ones you want. Shame.
Every time they show anything along those lines, everybody complains about them making a "kiddy" game. Super Lucky's Tale isn't met with "Yay! Diversity!", it's met with criticism.
Sad. If you played the Turbo Grafx 16 version, you'd never touch that Atari again.
Skin & hair looks better in 2016. Virtually everything else looks better in 2017.
Scores seem to hit all ends of the spectrum. Looks interesting, plus I like the martial arts theme.
Appreciate the info. Considering it, but was unsure of that description. Personally, I like real time much more than turn based. Might give it a shot after I get a bit further into Path of Exile.
I see real time with pause. So is the combat like DA: Inquisition where it's real time, but you can pause & go more tactical?
I'm going to trade towards the X.
Nobody owns multiple PS4s, PS3s, DSs, Vitas, PSPs, ect huh?
Yes. Because my wife never watches TV in the living room ever, so I can just monopolize the set w/e I feel like it. I'm the only person in the world who has/wants multiple of the same console apparently.
I already have a PS4 Pro in the living room right next to my S.
I bought one because I wanted it. Might end up with 2 at some point. Living room. Bedroom.
My closest Gamestop got 12 allotted. There's over 6K Gamestops, so say every store got 12 & that's almost 80K units right there. Now factor in Best Buy, Target, Wal-Mart, Game, Microsoft Stores, Amazon, ect. I'd wager they easily reach 1M, if not a couple.
I want something the quality of Uncharted & Tomb Raider, but w/o combat. Pure platforming & puzzle solving adventure.
Apparently i'm the only person who hated the naval battles from Black Flag. I hope they aren't mandatory in this one. Minimal if so.
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