Yet, despite it "riding the coat tails of MW1", it generally sells more units year over year. So not only is it getting return consumers, but new ones (read: not based on MW1's success).
No, lots of arguing and fighting went into putting this list together. It was a consensual list among staff, not our own personal lists. Trust me, mine is a little different, as is everyone else's.
Awesome, apparently you guys don't like Call of Duty. Fantastic. How about you comment on games you do like and stop being so negative? Just a thought...
Gran Turismo and a new Dissidia, too.
But the POINT of this game is the story. Hunting Expeditions 2013 is about hunting. Not to mention the awkward controls in this game when time slows down for a "kill or be killed" shot.
I may go on a Bad Company 3 campaign. An article a month. It HAS to happen. And DICE can't fudge it up, or I will never forgive them. I let them slide with BF3.
Oh, yes, I would be worried if Criterion touched Underground. I spoke with a rep at E3, and asked why there was a lack of customization and the answer was along the lines of "we feel that the "Fast and Furious" vibe has passed". Those aren't his exact words, but along those lines. I LOVED GTA;CTW more than most GTA games. The last 3D GTA game I liked was San Andreas, but the last one I loved was Vice City. I can't stand GTA4, but am interested in G...
Totally agree, it is it's own game and it is worth a rent at the very least. I personally felt the actual kart racing was a little bland, which is why I made the comment I did about F1 Race Stars. Outside of that, the game still has a ton of charm.
Reviews don't matter to me, I've played them both. Which makes the above statement my opinion (in short-form).
Kids will love this. As a racing fan, no. As a kart racing fan, eh. I think F1 Race Stars is a notch above LBP Karting.
Would love to check that out. I'm sure the design is the same as my 720+, and that thing is amazingly comfortable..
Ahhh, you want next-gen Assassin's Creed, need for speed, call of duty and LEGO games, right? ;)
hahah. Interesting read. I was pretty annoyed at Jay-Z being so overused in the game.
@kopicha: I don't particularly like my son playing on my phone. I also wouldn't recommend it to anyone who doesn't like it much.
As an adult gamer, I gave it a 3. I agree, though, the price is a big factor. For kids (assuming you didn't read the review), it's better than a lot of games on the market for $40-60, and it actually gets kids to think.
Admittingly, I have used a small allotment of headsets. But after sitting down, writing the review, and thinking about it, I went with a 5/5 because it really is a nice piece of hardware, especially at the price. If we did half-points, I would have given it a 4.5/5, but I figured it deserved the "free" 0.5 points. Thank you for the compliment though. :)
@BTF Of course I read the article. And quoting a small block from an article can be as misleading as a title, and taken out of context to whomever may read the quoted block. Like so: "Deus Ex: Human Revolution was a good, but flawed, game. It kept so much of what made the original Deus Ex a classic. " Again, from the article, but stating DE:HR is a "good, but flawed, game"
Did you read the article, or are you basing that assumption on the title alone? O_o
Which is why I picked that as the featured image. :)
Wow, you should really look into the field before you throw around such comments like "I realize strategy game companies are trying to make their games simpler to attract a variety of new gamers." Go play Victoria 2 or Crusader Kings 2. Individually, they are deeper than just most combinations of games that you listed.
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