At first I wasn't impressed with Halo 5 but I really like the direction 343 Industries is taking the franchise with Guardians.
Yea, I'm a huge man of Shadow of Mordor. I know a lot of people are going to bug me about not adding Dragon Age Inquisition to my list though.
@tastas21, trolling as always? Right?
I'll take a solid singleplayer campaign over tacked-on multiplayer any day.
I think Gears did that cover system infinitely better than Killswitch though.
I think a lot of people are going to be surprised about how great The Order: 1886 actually ends up being.
Despite its issues, the crew is a decent game. I just wish it didn't look so bad on the Xbox One.
I'm surprisingly excited for Bloodborne, even though the game is probably going to kick the crap out of me.
The swag, other than the cool card, really wasn't great, at least that's what I was told. I didn't pick mine up.
I went in with low expectations, so perhaps that's why I was so impressed. I really do see events like this becoming the future of the industry though.
Those Honey Badgers always get me...
I'm looking forward to Far Cry 5. This game really needs a new engine though.
Are the bugs and performance issues not part of Unity? Then they are part of the GAME.
I wish Ubisoft delayed Unity just a few months. I bet it would have been a much better game.
I wish AC Unity wasn't so glichy... it gets so many things right.
He reveals some interesting insight despite his focus on pillars and typical PR speak.
Pretty much and I actually like CoD 4. It's an influential game in its own rite. Just for me, nothing compares to what Halo 2 did for FPS games on console.
I talk about that in the story, how getting rid of loadouts is a great move for the series. The jet packs in Halo 5 aren't like what was featured in 4. They're more like what's in Advanced Warfare.
I'm still on the fence about this one. It seems like it's going to be a great game, especially since 343 Industries is focusing on making sure hardcore fans are happy with the game, but it's also just so different.
I'm still in shock at how much fun I've had with this game.
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