Jhandville1992 (User)

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I'm really enjoying how different this review setup is. I also thought your writing was well done too. Excellent work! :) #1
Just figured I'd point this out, but your rating scale on the actual link is out of 5, while this submission for approval is out of 10. It makes the overall score for the game look pretty low while in the review itself, it's actually pretty high.

Just looking out for you guys :)

By the way, I like your guys' review set-up. It's a refreshing take on reviewing games. #1
Not a bad idea at all. :) Actually it might be better to play each episode back to back and receive the full experience the first time around, so waiting for the second one's release might be a good idea as well. I ended up acquiring the Season Pass for Bioshock Infinite, so it has saved me quite a bit of money so far. #1.1
I really appreciate the feedback :) hopefully next time the score will appeal to you ( in a future review). Just curious, but what would you have given it? #3.1
Neversoft and Raven Software helped Infinity Ward create Call of Duty: Ghosts. I can't say for sure, but I find it unlikely Neversoft is working on a separate Call of Duty game, though I could be wrong. #1.1
I appreciate the update and I've looked into it a bit (just to make sure), and it seems like you are correct. :) I'll make sure to update the article itself immediately. #3.1
Unfortunately, the information I received provided no new information pertaining to the newest entry in the Mario Kart series. I'm interested in hearing more about it as well, so I'll try to find more coverage on that game in the near future. Besides the new Mario Kart game though, are you looking forward to anything else? Super Smash Bros is one of the games I'm anticipating the most because it is easily one of the greatest party games available. Sharing a couch with some close f... #2.1
I was disappointed about that as well. If I hear anything about a more specific date for Super Smash Bros, I'll try to update you about it as soon as I can. #1.1
Thanks for the heads up! :) #1
I have to agree with you, especially when it clearly looks like Tango Gameworks is utilizing Shinji's unique, creative vision as much as possible to develop The Evil Within. I'm honestly excited that consoles are finally receiving the sort of horror experience they deserve (I say consoles because PCs have far more options when it comes to horror-based titles than console systems). While The Evil Within seems like a great start to possibly incite more developers to create more true-to-... #1.1
Technically I did write it yesterday, I just got around to posting it on N4G today. Either way though, you are correct. Haha. Are you planning on getting the DLC? #1.1
Creative read :) I've never personally thought about the Crackdown franchise converting into a brawler, but you make some good points. #1
While I didn't really care for the direction they went with the second entry in the series, I feel that the original, Lost Planet: Extreme Condition, had potential to be something even greater than what it was. I'm hoping that Spark Unlimited taps into that untouched potential and delivers a satisfying entry into the series. #1.1.2
Great read! :) #1
Great article :) #2
Pretty interesting article! :) #1
I agree, I'm truly looking forward to seeing how Season Two plays out. Hopefully it ends up coming out in the fall like some of the rumors state it will. I really want to see what happens to Clementine and the rest of the remaining survivors. #1.1
Honestly, I've grown tired of action-heavy titles in the genre like Resident Evil 6. I want to be scared, fearful and vulnerable, not have enough ammunition to take down a small army. I'm glad The Evil Within seems to be on the right track when it comes to delivering scares and an intriguing, tension-filled experience. #1.4
Shinji Mikami has the potential to bring survivor horror back onto consoles. PC gamers have had terrifying games like Amnesia to keep them quivering for a while. I wish they would release a console version of that game. #1.3
Despite its noticeable flaws, I thought State of Decay was an addictive and ambitious title, especially for only $20. After over twenty hours into it, I still frequently revisit my home base to make sure my survivors are secure, my supplies are stocked, and morale is high. Now I'm just anxiously looking forward to Undead Labs' next outing, Class4. #1
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