Wow. That's way off base. I don't care that a developer is charging for extra content. When they announce a game, if DLC isn't part of the initial product, then whatever. It just sucks that the modern games industry is so focused on the after instead of the now. I want my games to feel more complete instead of like placeholders until the "real" stuff comes.
Hey! I like the troll face, haha.
That made me laugh. Thanks for that.
That really sucks. I've heard from a lot of people that the base game of Borderlands 2 felt right and all the DLC was just icing. Still, it's a bit sad how games are definitely thought of as continuing services instead of finished products.
Yeah, that's the problem I had. I really do not like when games force you to save someone only to kill them off later. It detracts from the tension that a scene builds.
I actually did write something along the lines of that before. The movie "Broken Flowers" with Bill Murray actually encapsulates that very well. The whole thing is a wild ride of eccentric characters and lack of focus. When the finale comes, there is no resolution and more questions get brought up. You aren't supposed to dwell on the lack of a conclusion, though. The movie is based around the journey and how you felt towards Bill's interacti...
Oh jesus, fuck that game.
To me, though, I'd prefer a lack of choices. I like a consistent narrative in my media. When I get to tinker around with something, I want everything to change.
I actually don't disagree with your statement. The story was very good. I just wish that developers would stop claiming that my actions have some kind of precedent over their story. The Walking Dead is a tale of loss and regret in a sorrowful world. Instead of giving me some kind of hope that I can change things, just let me experience the story. The choices in the first two chapters are exactly what I like. The outcome is the same (one person dies), but ...
Yes, actually. In the very low grade video posted on Game Grumps, JonTron talked about how he was leaving to focus solely on his own show.
But I did buy the others. I own copies of Yakuza 3, 4 and Dead Souls. I bought them all day one.
I don't disagree at all. I couldn't care less about GTA V.
Going to Nintendo World is still surreal to me. I know it's just like an Apple or Microsoft store, but I can't shake the nostalgia. It's so much fun to be in that zone and just meet people who really love games.
I suppose, but I never pegged a Lego game for being so rude. I know the notion of a "kids" game is silly, but the primary audience for Lego is children. You'd think they'd want a better role model.
Hahaha. I completely forgot about that. That is hilarious.
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