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If it's done right, you shouldn't HAVE to pay for anything, that's the point. #3.1
Especially since Amazon doesn't charge anything until 2 days before the game releases, and I doubt it'll be this price again until well after its release. #1.1
*been holding breath since launch* #2.1
I personally loved Red Dead Redemption's story. Same deal with Grand Theft Auto V's. I liked them for the same reason: both had protagonists that I loved to hate. John Marston, while definitely out to better his life and redeem his past, was still a pretty shitty guy. And the three protagonists in GTAV are just so hilariously stereotypical that I can't help but like them. I guess I'm just into the whole "anti-hero" thing.

I highly recommend you play... #1.1.1
I feel like Grand Theft Auto has to stay in the United States, just because we're the easiest to make fun of, especially when it comes to pop-culture and the like. Maybe take the game south? Like, Texas or something? Somewhere that Rockstar could heavily satirize, and something that hasn't already been done like New York, Miami, or Los Angeles. I would say Chicago, but that's essentially New York... maybe Detroit? I don't know, they've done the big ones already that now th... #2
The case is probably that over time, since the games announcement a couple years ago, voice recording techniques have improved. Not to mention that most voice recording these days are done with motion-capture, so the time spent animating the faces has to be significantly less. I doubt that this game will be out anytime before June, especially if they're still recording.

Also, like Quiet, Code Talker might be a support character that is possible to miss in the game, so may... #1.2.2
Such a great year! Fingers crossed for no more delays, or at least no more delayed games turning out underwhelming. #1.1
Maybe you've been watching the wrong anime? #1.1
I agree that an open-world game needs things to do scattered throughout it, but I think that *discovery* is an important aspect to the activities. A good example how this is done wrong is with most Ubisoft games. They have you climb a tower or whatever, then a portion of the map is unlocked and BLAM, you're hit with a trillion different things to do. It can be overwhelming. I'm not saying a game like this doesn't have its merits, but that formula is beginning to become tiresome.... #2.1
Uhh... ? #12
Great review overall, and I agree with a lot of what you said. I think that one of the things that's really overlooked, at least in the graphics department, is the impressive implementation of slick depth-of-field tricks while in first person mode. It gives every shootout, car chase, etc. a cinematic feel, almost like I'm watching a cutscene that's just highly interactive lol.

One thing I disagree with is that you mention that you hear the same songs too often whi... #1
I love the fact that Dragon Age: Inquisition is on sale for less than Watch_Dogs; a game that came out far before Dragon Age and, if I'm comparing apples to oranges (which I am, in this case), a game that I consider to be inferior to Inquisition.

I guess that just shows you how much more popular open-world shooters are when compared to fantasy RPGs. #4
It's worth every penny. #2.1
I know the combat system is reminiscent of Kingdom Hearts, or at least it was when Nomura was still directing it. The icons on the bottom right of the screen sort of remind me of the action menu in KH, but they look like health bars or something in this idk I don't read Japanese.

Regardless, if it plays like Kingdom Hearts II, I won't be disappointed. Obviously with some tweaks that improve upon that system. I guess we'll just have to wait and see. #5.1.1
Hype for what looks like a female Cid! This game really does look incredible. Love the feel of the town and the automobile designs. I'm just curious to see more of the battle system, as the HUD seems minimal and I have no idea what buttons are being pressed to perform some of the complicated looking combos.

I'm just glad we're getting info on this game at a steady pace now. #5
I started with Metal Gear Solid 4 because I had never heard of the series before but my friend was really into it. I didn't understand the story at all, but the gameplay hooked me. From there I went and played the original Metal Gear Solid, then Sons of Liberty, Snake Eater, Peace Walker, and Ground Zeroes. It's turned into one of my favorite series of all time, and The Phantom Pain is easily my most anticipated game of... ever? It's up there lol #2.2
What I wouldn't give to spend a day walking around that studio... #1
I thought it looked fantastic, like almost every other trailer/gameplay of this game. I mean, it's a gigantic, open world game people; it's not going to look like The Order 1886 or other corridor-like games. Cut CDPR some slack, they haven't let us down before, I think they've earned our trust. #9
Next month for you? Do you live in a place that completely skips January and goes straight into February? I want to live there... #5.1
If you've played Ground Zeroes, then you can probably expect the controls to be almost exactly like that. The movements and animations all suggest it'll play like The Phantom Pain/Ground Zeroes. #6.1
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