Well, this is a video game site. People don't generally come here to talk about who St Louis will play in the next round, or Game of Thrones.
*insert's Tyrion's speech from GOT this past Sunday about the lost art of conversation* :p
Looking in their comment section, the Post literally has another staff member of theirs vehemently disagreeing with this guy's article, but in a serious way and not satirical. Starting to think this guy is a legitimate troll that meta just irresponsibly gave the keys to the castle, and that the score will stand.
Sets a bad precedent. Meta can just make up their own score to anybody's scoreless "graphics are too good, too much detail I don't know where to...
Is this a mistake on metacritic's part or some blatant trolling? Reason I ask, is the washington post already posted their review yesterday, 4/4 which is 100%. It's a legit review by a Lou Kesten using the posts usual scoring system. I'd post the link but im on my phone.
The, I don't know what you call it, article with no score and no actual review of the game listed under "comic riffs" shouldn't be on metacritic when an actual 4/4 review under...
There's literally a trophy for doing a speed run in 6hrs or so. How in the...how is that a "little too long"?!
They brought the confusion on themselves by posting an incomplete review with an "in progress" score that they said wasn't final.
To me, it always felt like an opportunistic publicity stunt to stay in the headlines long after everyone else.
As if Kevin Feige, the Russo's and fans in general haven't been begging to have Spider-man back in the MCU ever since Marvel was forced to sell him off to avoid bankruptcy. Credit where it's due. You don't exactly see Fox meeting anyone half way.
Orrrrr, the most likely scenario will occur. It'll sell well, both to repeat customers and new ones. As will the original ps4 seeing as they both use the same software, and sku's will continue getting price cut as the gen rolls on.
The Internet tends to romanticize worst case scenarios. "The end is nigh"! For the general population, AKA people who don't freak out on message boards all day, it's just another Tuesday.
Clem shone in season 1 because of her relationship with Lee and how that evolved. The two of them together. She had an actual arc. Great stuff.
She was utterly average in season 2 and was the same at the end as she was in the beginning imo, with everyone once again dead around her. Calling her tougher than anyone on the show is silly. She's a death magnet. Let's see her after getting shot a few times or legit $%#kicked, before giving her a ti...
Season 2 of the game was a let down for me compared to season 1. The characters weren't as compelling. As such, I have little interest in another season with Clem. Passed on the Michonne spinoff too.
The TV show had a strong last season by Walking Dead standards. Can't wait to see what happens now with Negan.
I'm so so so sick of Call of Duty and the science fiction turn it's taken the last few years. If I want a science fiction shooter I'll play Killzone or Resistance.
That being said, COD4 was a game changer and I played it to death along with so many others. Sold it ages ago, twice. I'd buy the COD4 remaster for sure. Was my wife's first online shooter and she's been hooked ever since. $110 though? What's that in Canadian? GTFO
Gotta disagree, way too low of a score. I love this map, the opportunities were a lot of fun. Only had one bug so far where an objective didn't update: Either way I'm back at 100% trophies.
The incentive is the install base and the fact they already do it every time they make a multi platform/ cross-gen game anyways.
Destiny, Titanfall, LBP3, ForzaHorizon2, AC4, MGSV, Rise of the TombRaider, Lego Avengers, Transformers Devastation, Far Cry 4 and many more all have last gen versions running alongside current gen, and that's not even counting the sometimes glaring resolution and framerate differences (eg. Tomb Raider Definitive Ed) between ps4 and Xbox alrea...
The last new Gears of war (judgment) has a 79% average and sold less than Golden Abyss on the Vita.
Uncharted 3 sold more and was rated higher than Gears 3 as well. Head2head.
Don't forget the asterisk beside that period.
They make good points, as in what if this is just the new "slim" type of model, the new base model going forward? I went through THREE PS3 remodels. The BC launch grill, the 1st slim that really blew up sales, and the final matte one with the top down slide-open disc tray.
Heck. Remember the original Xbox 360? Launched without hdmi inputs! No built in wi-fi etc. So they made NEW models, early adopters be damned. 360 slims with better rrod resistance etc.
Looks great, but they're still a few patches away from where they need to be. The servers better get ready for another hit.
Heh, servers. Still can't believe they tied single player to an online connection when loading is already hell.
I only own 1 ps4, but always figured I'd buy another someday. Upstairs/downstairs like my ps2's and ps3's. When I do, probably in a couple years, it'll be whatever the best new model is. So probably this one.
About that, Sunset Overdrive wasn't anymore "highly rated" than inFamous Second Son was.
Sunset had an 81% meta average and inFamous had an 80%. The difference is negligible, comes down to number of reviews. Insomniac's exclusive R&C rated higher than both of them anyways.
Never heard of Cuphead, but indies aren't an issue on PS. Several well reviewed indie console exclusives this year already. Salt&Sanctuary, AssaultAndroidC...
With an 84% avg, maybe a weekend daddy at best, while mom see's her new guy :p
FPS's really are a dime a dozen these days. You miss one, there's always another just around the corner. At the very least a new beta (Doom this past weekend) or map pack (COD tomorrow).
I'm a Sly guy.
Good for the genre, getting a shot in the arm like this. Nice segue between quality exclusives too, MLB The Show --> Ratchet --> Uncharted4.