Great time to be Sci-fi space fan. So much aweseomness on the way.
Art looks great, pedigree is great - bring it on.
I had not heard about this game, but after reading that review I am really quite excited. Sounds fantastic!
The first half wasn't, the second half appeared in other stories.
Interesting that it isn't a whole new game engine - guess that means splitscreen must still be in there somewhere.
A bit of a generic name, but you can argue with the results. It's not Naughty Dog quality, but it's a good looking game.
Here is the story if you missed it - http://n4g.com/news/1799113...
Hahaha, awesome. My immediate thought was of the Legacy of Kain rumour from the other day. Oh My Shit team for that game as well!
It's the essence of moisture
I hate these huge patches, especially just after you buy the game, but would I prefer the game was late? Probably not. Interesting, I loaded up the Darksiders II disc in my pile of shame on my 360 for the first time ever the other day and not a single patch. All that time for release, and game was just fine from day one.
Excellent news; the original was one of my guilty pleasures of 2014. Worth checking out if you missed it.
They should start bundling hard drives with games!!
People don't click reviews, they click opinion pieces.
No of course not. I'm just talking in general here, not about this article particularly. Just trying to help answer the question, "why is games journalism getting worse."
Well places like N4G are a big reason why games journalism is going downhill. They reward mediocre writing with traffic based on a headline. Traffic earns ads. These ads then disappear from sites with good content. Those sites then pay writers less. Good writers then move on to other fields that pay well. The bar for quality begins to dip, but more importantly, experience is lost. Now you end up with 18-year old YouTubers who were too young to even own a PS2 getting paid tens of thousands to ...
Was the scene changed in the end? I got the impression that it was as intended in the final game?
Why? Those kind of scenes appear in films all the time to help a character like Lara find the resolve to survive. We spend way too much time in gaming trying not to step on toes and not enough time embracing what it means to be a true medium for artistic expression - which is no barriers.
Yeah I used it. It was pretty uncomfortable to wear; seemed way off final commercial release. It was really fun seeing the holographic stuff everywhere, but after a while I wanted to just sit down and shoot someone.
Of course it shouldn't - that was the biggest non-controversy ever. And the scene was so not a problem. We've been screwing and then killing prostitutes in GTA for years for crying out loud!
Excellent points all. In fact, i reckon that Star Citizen can't help but fail now. Expectations are unreasonable.
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