The best advice...get it for as cheap as possible. That way if it disappoints you might not feel as bad.
Me personally, I put it down until after they fix it some more but I'm afraid some things just aren't fixable.
I'd understand if MS had also came with games. I don't quite get what they are trying to do, focus on BC so you can play old games in 4k? Letting indie and multiplats be the main focus for their new machine? I really don't get it.
This makes little sense. There was more wrong with the game than facial animations. I'm sure by now most have read what the development was like for Mass Effect A, and honestly it's pretty clear why that game turned into a train wreck, I'm amazed its even playable after reading all the issues.
All this game needs, and any other really are people(a team) that know what they are doing and are on the same page.
Don't give a damn about what some random person wants/doesnt want and why. I wish these types of articles would go away on this site.
Their version of Most Wanted was terrible. They need to stick with Burnout and not try another NFS.
I personally think saving everywhere is too easy. There is no challenge if you die and are RIGHT back where you left off.
While I don't fully trust it, you can suspend your game these days if real life interferes.
This looks terrible....
What does this article have to do with actual gaming?
Wow, I haven't heard Gungrave mentioned in ages.
Say what you will, but they were responsible for Rocksmith. They take risks with things and at least try something new from time to time.
Man I am sick of this being everywhere. As a black guy, I often would like to see races better represented and in games that offer character creation im typically satisfied. Wanting everything under sun?? Then its time to start figuring out how to make your own games.
How lazy can a person be?
I hope people are learning that trailers are nothing to get excited about.
Joab777 you are trying way too hard to convince people that the isn't full of problems.
I've played a good bit of the game, had it since day one. I am a fan of the other Mass Effect games and Bioware games in general, and Andromeda is poorly done in comparison to the other games.
It doesnt do any area well, with the exception of planet exploration maybe. I am personally very disappointed with character/party development.
As long as it sold well enough for them to justify bringing more over to the US I'm happy.
I buy each Yakuza game if possible. There's nothing else quite like it.
For someone who apparently supports Sony by claiming to own all their systems you sure do seem to have a problem with them. Kudos for supporting the Yakuza series, that's all.
Why would you buy a pro then? Why even get a ps4 in your case? That makes no sense.
In my own personal opinion, its clear the game needs work. That doesn't mean the game is bad or deserves bad reviews but I feel that AAA games should be held to a high standard, especially if its part of a series...if nothing else it should have the same level of quality, and bioware slipped up in some very important areas.
That is what they are paid to do, make a quality game. . They knew what they were getting into with this game, it isn't the first one they have made. Like I said they should have the hang of this by now.
Lets simply agree to disagree. I like the game, but I am not gonna cut slack. They can do better than this.
And it's easy to say people are on a bandwagon. I don't listen to reviewers, I got the game regardless. I ...
I didn't say I haven't played it, I like it fine but I also expect better quality from Bioware. If conversations/relationships are a main part of a game then yes, I expect the facial animations to be on point. You can't cut corners with that. Character creation, another VERY important part, completely awful.
Does the game deserve 5/10 scores? No, but it definitely isn't a 9...or even an 8 imo. If they fix that major problem then absolutely, but right now.....
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