I only dislike season passes as it often splits the multiplayer community and hastens the games demise. Rainbow 6 Siege has had a good approach by giving all the maps and new operators away for free to all, only Season pass owners don't need to save up for the new characters. That way we all play the same servers and maps, and the communiy shares the same space.
I think there have been some great ones. I enjoyed Dying light and Rainbow 6 Siege a ton - but all mentioned above have been great too.
She killed all but Ashley and I saved all but Mike. There was no change in storyline, just some people died in one, some didn't in the other. I got more faces on the credits than her is all. No need for personal insults just because I get to use my D, little man.
It's not as re-playable as touted, but the first run through is very enjoyable. I actually watched my Mrs play through screaming her head off before playing it myself. A joy to watch :)
Some of us only have a few hours a week at best to get through games. It took me 5 months to finish Witcher 3, 4 months to finish Bloodborne... so yeah it's pretty annoying when someone without as many commitments flippantly ruins things I am looking forward to experiencing. The world is a bigger place than you.
Gonna treat myself to a gold one I think. Rubber has gone on my two black ones :)
If the Neo is significant enough I have a feeling I'll be upgrading. I put in enough hours to warrant it.
Visuals are likely a little downgraded for VR output. It still looks nice, just not as nice as other things.
Some guns have an ADS upgrade option, the guns without you'll find don't need it.
The SP is great, especially as the difficulty goes up. I am enjoying the MP too, people like Sciurus_vulgaris jump on the band wagon of "this is an insult to Doom" but fail to remember that Doom 2's MP was fairly bad and required mods to be any good, and Doom 3's MP was worse and Doom 1 vanilla was only 4 player (although great at the time, unplayable now without mods).
Thank goodness for this, my Vita was really lacking another JRPG...
Great multiplayer experience, the most fun I have had in a competitive FPS in years.
I dip into mine on occasion. Over priced memory cards and limited games outside of JRPGs make it a tough sell. I mainly just play Wipeoout, Ridge Racer and a few others.
I would have got it had it been more content rich. I've enjoyed the majority of Street Fighter titles but all the bad press put me off of this one until it comes down in price or improves in features. Right now I have my eye on King of Fighters XIV instead.
I've not played them before, I am 33 years old and looking forward to picking this one up in the coming months :P
I had a good time playing it. It played as I expected.
Not enjoying it is fine, I think it was rated fairly personally. At the time HL signified a huge leap in gaming for me.
I just want to be able to start a chat party or send a friend invite without having to go through a 3 deep menu system that has me watching its loading times etc. I just want to be able to send an invite in a game and the system do all that in the background... meanwhile I just keep playing.
I'm on PS4 and haven't had these issues. So far operator level 62 with over 40 hours of online playing (PS4). This has been one of the most addicting MP shooters I have played in years.