This may sound silly, but one of the reasons I like physical media, especially for those amazing games like TLOU, is that I can look up on my shelf and while I gaze by each game I remember the amazing experience I had with that game. Its like a journey through all these amazing games I played lol
I would prefer to wait until all parts are out.
Life is Strange is a much better experience playing it at once, when all the episodes are available, compared to playing Episode 1, then having to wait months for the next episode.
Though Just Cause 3 is still fun, it is extremely repetitive, with poor world design in parts (towns that look the same. Destroy the same objects and generic police stations, that all look the same, over and over)
Batman is damn fun all the way through, with more variety side missions and much better world design.
It's quite obvious which game is better, even though the former is still fun.
Gameplay wise is AC2 better? Are people just remembering how they felt about AC2 THEN, rather then how it would be playing it now?
I remember how it was when I played it and the gameplay was great, but that was then. What is more important is how it would be now?
Honestly, if I played it again now, I don't think it would stack up gameplay wise to games like Black Flag.
Story and characters is a different story.
Ahh people complaining about the 'Kid in a Fridge' quest. How did the boy survive 200 years in a fridge with no food or water?
I picked up on that when doing the quest but didn't care.
Because its a VIDEOGAME.
You don't really need to have logic. It's like people nitpicking at these same illogical things in movies.
Who cares. Videogames & Movies are there to entertain. The less you care about these 'ill...
Cut Content from the core game and soLd. as DLC. Firstly thIs should be illegal, but people need to stop supporting this.
I am still waiting for my first quest glitch. I am honestly a bit surprised I have not had one 49 hours in. Probably jinxed it now
Charging $10 for a game that's over 20 years old? lol
People complaining about the lack of maps and content in Battlefront, yet still bought the game.
Nice job in supporting this kind of practice.
I have played about 9 hours so far and have not experienced issues with the frame rate on PS4. Seems damn smooth to me.
The fact that we get huge day 1 patches clearly means they need to work on fixing the bugs etc before making the game go gold and into production.
They could at least fix all the stuff that would be included in a day 1 patch BEFORE going gold and putting it into production for release.
I must say it amazes me that people use Aim bots on PC. I mean aiming with the mouse takes pretty much no skill what so ever. No need for aim bots.
They are aware of the bugs that plague the game, but didn't bother to fix them before the game released. Well done....
Lol MGSV complete, polished game?
Empty open world, repetitive copy/paste side missions. Not to mention part 2 of the game.
Yes very polished and complete indeed....lol
Lol Apple TV garbage. It doesn't even support MKV. Get with the times.
Wouldn't put too much in the review score. These are the same people that gave Alien Isolation a 5.9 when in fact it was a clear 9/10 game, so they are pretty inaccurate at times
- repetitive side missions
- Africa and then the first mission back in Afghanistan, the only great main missions in the game.
- missions prior to Africa and also part 2 are a snorefest
- revisiting the SAME locations over and over again to do missions
- an open world that is bland and nothing to do outside of the outposts
With the above clear flaws in a game, yet reviews of 9or 9.5/10 show that reviewers are clueless and are scoring it high sim...
The Witcher 3
Don't get me wrong, MGSV Is great, but outside of its main missions, the game is average. Repetitive side missions, with a bland and empty open world. I am enjoying the stealth aspects.
The Witcher 3 on the other hand. Excellent main quest and side quests, with a living open world with lots of activity.
If there was one thing I prefer in MGSV is the combat/stealth over The Witcher 3's combat, but still, overall The Witc...
And how much of that 50hrs is spent running in the empty areas of Afghanistan and Africa and/or doing a prisoner extraction of some sort for the 20th time?
The answer is, most of it.
The game is padded with the same repetitive side missions. Not to mention wondering the emptiness of Afghan & Africa.
I am having fun with the main missions, but the side ops are just too repetitive, with an open world that is empty outside of the outposts.
As much as I am loving the game, the mission structure is actually one of MGSV's flaws.
One of the main missions requires you to collect Intel documents
Next side op mission requires you to rescue/extract a prisoner from that same location from the main mission.
So why isn't extracting that prisoner a secondary objective of that main mission? Instead it's a side op where I have to revisit that same place again. Poor mission des...