This game utterly destroyed my computer back in the day. Actually, it still does.
Signed up for the humans because it seemed to make the most sense. I guess a lot of people thought this as well. =/
I liked L4D better for that same reason but mainly for the setting. The forests of the Northeast made for a much scarier and memorable setting than the south.
I do not like RPGs much at all but Skyrim is definitely my # 1.
Cool name for a shooter.
Just signed up. I'll give this a shot.
At first I was thinking, "Great, another crappy facebook game like Assassin's Creed: Project Legacy that is going to make me waste hours of my life just to get some bonus content for the real game." But judging from that trailer, it looks like a fun game.
I find what he said disturbing. See how opinions work, Halkin?
*Starts to add them up on calculator* *stops* Maybe that's not the best idea...
I wish there was some release window. "2012" just makes me sad.
As we have learned from Assassin's Creed, controlling people is never the answer. You have to let people do what they want, whether it is bad for themselves or not.
First sub 80% review that I have seen so far.
Not watching this, don't want to ruin the experience.
The face looks a little goofy to me.
Yes, this article is excellent. And here's another thing: If I decided I ever wanted to try this game out I wouldn't because I wouldn't be caught dead at a video game store or at a video game rental store with a game with box art like that.
I agree with both of you. I don't like how much info they are releasing and and don't see how each of these villains can get their fair share of time in the game.
I'm kind of 50/50 with this type of thing. I played the AC Brotherhood facebook game like crazy because I didn't want to miss out on anything in the actual game but I didn't enjoy it at all. I'm not sure I like have exclusive content in this free-to-play games.