I'm probably going to get hold of this one. Strangely enough, I'm actually more excited by this than FFXV, which feels a little wrong in a way.
There was a lot of positive noise made from this morning's show, and certainly made me more excited for what Sony will show at Paris Games Week. I mean, we didn't see anything from Persona 5 or The Last Guardian today, both of which I would have thought would have made an appearance, and yet I still think they showed off a lot of games I'd like the play. I'm glad the Vita got some love too - let's just hope that translates to some attention in Western markets as well. 677d ago 21 agree5 disagreeView comment
They're definitely going in the right direction. When big expansions are presented at good price points (and are filled with enjoyable content) it makes it more likely that gamers will hand over cash for them. That said, at this point CD Projekt have only delivered free DLC - we have no idea if the expansions are up to the same quality as the main game. However, past experience tells me it will be worth the price.
Consider my interest piqued, as the universe for The Secret World has so much scope and potential for stories. Hopefully Ragnar Tornquist will be involved in some manner, although he's probably busy sorting out Dreamfall Chapters and Draugen.
That sounds horrifyingly plausible.
It may be the same song and dance when it comes to the gameplay, but I really enjoyed this latest episode of TftB. Can't wait for Episode 5!
I found the combat grew on me eventually, but I can understand your viewpoint. It absolutely rubbed me the wrong way to begin with, to the point that I nearly gave up entirely very early on in the game.
Yeah, what they've shown so far looks great, but I suspect we'll see more in greater detail at this year's Blizzcon. The other game-movie on the list I'm looking forward to is Ratchet & Clank. So long as the ridiculous weaponry from the series makes an appearance, I reckon it will be the start of a great animated film series to go alongside the games.
Still have yet to play the demo. The visuals look fantastic and the new locations looks great. but I'm yet to be convinced of the gameplay from what I've seen so far. Or the story, for that matter.
There is no doubt an audience there for such a remaster, but I won't be part of it. For me, FFXII was where the series started going downhill. I didn't like the gameplay changes, and I disliked most of the characters (except for Balthier and Fran, obviously) to the point that I was never able to finish it.
Yep, that's a fine list right there. I'll be downloading something on each platform I own next month.
Agreed on the Metro start screen. I could see the reasoning and the potential, but it really didn't work in the desktop environment (it's great on tablets, though.) I just hope that, as the article mentions, the auto-update feature doesn't screw everything up for early adopters.
Not really feeling this particular LE tbh, but that's a fine price for those who are interested. Hopefully this will mean we'll see some good deals for the base game as well.
Not a lot I want from that list, really, but the prices aren't too bad. Might be a good way for some gamers to catch up on some missed games on the cheap.
I thought it reaching £35 was a pre-order good deal, but these prices are even better. So long as the orders get to gamers on time, I'm all for retailers fighting for our money by lowering the prices!
While I'm more interested in trying this the more I see of it, I'm probably going to hold off getting it at launch. Good price, though.
I'm probably going to hold out a little longer before picking one up, but this is a great price even if it doesn't come with a game.
It's a weird one. The changes / lack of features will cause the faithful / hardcore fans to be up in arms, while on the other hand those people who usually find F1 games a bit too involved (like me) will find it more accessible. I'm more then happy to give this one a go as a result, although probably not at full price.
Okay, that... is an absolutely insane price. I mean, £15 at launch was pretty good going, but £3 for The Old Blood is fantastic value. Very glad I held off buying it until now!
Can't say I'm too pushed to get it at its current price, but might be worth towards Christmas if they throw it in a sale.
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