I've never understood why people call them bad reviews. If you have a constructive point, bring it up and defend your point of view. People may not agree but maybe you'll pique their interest to take another look or at least start a dialogue. Who knows, you may educate someone else or learn something.
Good calls on all fronts. Co-op would be ridiculously addictive.
Totally agree. Couldn't put that sucker down for weeks after I knocked out the main story. Needed to liberate, eviscerate and demolish EVERYTHING!
Less Desmond as well, and why always so linear in the timeline? Why not have an entire modern day AC and play as Desmond's future ancestor looking back? Think outside the box Ubi and add some variety.
Gravity Rush is the only title any Vita owner must have. I still keep going back for more.
Completely agree. Immediate functionality and accessibility is a must from launch if the PS Vita is going to thrive in conjunction with the PS4.
I was a huge fan of the franchise's earlier iterations, but more recent attempts had lost their way. This is a really gritty, brutal and exceptionally dark origin with shades of The Descent. I don't think this will only appeal to Lara Croft fans, but to any action genre enthusiasts. You won't be disappointed dude. Believe the hype.
Cheers mate. Myself and my country thank you for the kudos.
Thanks! I mean, what else were we supposed to do with a Corvo mask?
Only a week to go mate...
You need to do all the challenges, get as many hidden body and moving headshot bonuses as you can.
The game may indeed be amazing but trying to navigate through it sure isn't. I've never come across a more broken control system.
Totally agree. I really hope the online community remains as faithful to Starhawk as they did to Warhawk
Totally agree Dante112. I'm starting to move away from games that reward you with weapons and XP upgrades the longer you play. The old school feel of Twisted Metal is spot on allowing true skill and map knowledge to be the deciding factor of matches. Hope some FPS developers have the balls to follow suit.
It's not a bad thing at all, but not everyone on the planet likes games with an expectation that you've played the entire franchise. The same could be said about the new Twisted Metal, which I'd never played in any incarnation and wasn't the easiest to pick up and play.
I didn't take points off it, but it does need to be mentioned.
Also, "this generation"? I've been gaming since the 1980s when I popped my cherry on an Atari-2...
I'd give it that score WITH the bugs. I didn't experience anything too extreme or gamebreaking, in fact, I've had about the same glitchiness in Skyrim though it should be noted I'm playing both on console.
"F*ck that namby-pamby Twilight sh*t" - pure poetry
Totally agree. Something just keeps me going back to it for more.
Do you set yourself a 26 hour maximum time limit for average games?
Well it was, wasn't it?