The development team is literally 20 guys in a house in Berlin. The fact that they can make a massive open world RPG and nail it down at a stable framerate is amazing.
They completely rebuilt both games on a new engine. Especially for 2033, the changes are drastic.
Yeah, but it's really only the premise summarized, not the entire story.
These changes will many more layers and opportunities to the game's experience.
Thanks for the spoiler by posting this.... Jerk
Need this in my life.
Gameplay-wise it's much in a similar vein as the originals, but stylistically that's where the biggest shift is. I feel like they've made a nice homage to the original while trying to court new fans.
The added content alone makes is a worthwhile purchase.
'GI" stand for Game Informer, not Gaming Illustrated. Until you have over 8 million subscriptions, then I don't think it's fair for you to call yourselves that.
Opps, you're right about Dale. I agree that numerical scores are silly. We have this argument all the time at work that non-uniformity across review scales harms the industry and the integrity of reviews... C'est la vie...
This is an outlier as far as reviews for the game are concerned. Other reviews are averaging in the 70s and 80s, even from Jim Sterling at Destructoid.
Great game! I'm about 68 hours in.
Boring and badly executed combat? If you don't like a genre, then don't review it. The gameplay is what makes this game shine and is nearly flawless.
5.5GB... don't waste your time with a clickthrough.
Yeah, if only the game had offered options for controls... OH WAIT! /facepalm
Go to the review, and read the comments...
CUBS WIN!... oh wait...
Viva la Vita.
It sold pretty well considering it's a puzzle game. But still underrated, for sure. (Proud collector's edition owner)
The best MLB franchise keeps getting better.