Game looks ok. Mostly fanboys servicing Sony.
I will say this: The Baker family is a great concept.
The rest of the game is a hodgeppdge mess. I wonder if reviews sites were paid to give this low-pixel/texture quality game good scores. Were we playing the same game?
It's Capcom trash, nothing more than a walking tech demo that isn't even that good.
Don't like it, don't play it. That easy. All you whiny babies.
Don't be a weenie. Play the game, trudge through it, get gud.
I saw this early on, played through later. Did we play the same game? Wrong, wrong, wrong.
No way. Never going to happen.
Game is gonna flop!!!!!
PS4 up, Xbox down!!!
Love this franchise. I'm replaying it through!
I keep seeing this game and wonder if it's worth it. GameStop has the bundle right now that's $499.99 that includes the game. Still don't know if I will pull the trigger. Read most of your article. Going back in to finish it. Saw the score. Still hope it's enough to make me buy it!
Super stoked to see more on the PSVR. I feel like Sony was pretty tight lipped on people talking about it
How can people disagree with that? Aside from very little from Capcom, they have been the only ones to come out and literally voice support. Just Dance is still a game regardless of whether you play it or not. They are supporting the platform with additional titles. Sounds a lot like a deal was struck, though. "We'll give you exclusivity over Beyond Good & Evil 2 if you allow us to throw out some dance games." XD
I'm all for Nintendo doing exclusives the right way.
Ubisoft seems to be the only one really carrying the torch for third party games.
This is how they win against the other third party games. And I'd take this over any CoD.
Awesome episode. Ready for the next!
But why trust a gaming personality that gets to post Nintendo stuff? Seems fishy.
TheAttack is an awesome off-chute because of it. You should check it out.
I agree. I just don't know how thy expect to sit on what it is for so long.
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