It's games like this that make me glad I own both.
Literally started a new playthrough the other day. This time on Xbox One. I have the platinum already. May as well go for that 1000 GS.
Horizon may not be a huge leap but it offered something fresh with the robots and the story is great. It's also very polished. I'm not expecting ELEX to match that level of polish or storytelling but based on what I saw for this preview, it is one of my most anticipated games.
Based on what I saw at the show, I think it could very well be. I'm just concerned about its scheduled November release window.
SquareEnix had a booth on the floor. Also, not sure what you're referring to in regard to the article I wrote but I appreciate you reading and commenting.
Thanks for reading and commenting! I'm not talking about the crowds. Yes, they sucked, but I'm talking about the games I saw there Vs the public opinion from those not in attendance who only watched the press conferences.
That's going to be subjective. I paid $40 and I'm having a lot of fun with it. Others might not feel the same.
That's about where I am with it. I hope they have a chance to add more to the game.
I'm not a journalist. I'm simply a guy who critiques and comments on games and their surrounding culture.
With the exception the the bird dude, whose name I forget, the enemies you fight are all variations of the same ones you've encountered by halfway through the game. The only thing that changes is their elemental damage, if that.
I appreciate the comments but I have to ask, did anyone read the article? Because I would curious as to what people think about my complaints?
Not from where I'm sitting. That said, did you read the article? Is there anything I said that you disagree with?
I ageee and in many aspects, as I addresssed in the article, Nioh does just that. However, these two areas - enemy variety and a larger, interconnected or even more interesting world would have done nothing but add to the experience.
As I say in the review, it has flaws but it's something special.
It's worth $60. :)
This is exactly right. I don't give 10s often but I did give a 10 for this review because that's how I measure the amount of fun I've had with the game.
I actually do like Romancing the Stone. Quite a bit, actually.
Thank you! Very much appreciated.
Thanks for reading and commenting. I don't disagree with your points but as I stated in the review, I care that Nate cared about Sam, but I never did, unfortunately. Also, I should note that I never liked the Goonies and I saw it when it first hand out in theaters. ;)
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