I honestly thought Connor was Norman Jayden for a second.
That's about what I expected from Quantic Dream. Just as well, I'm sure the replay value will be immense, like it was with Indigo Prophecy, Heavy Rain and Beyond: Two Souls.
Damn, another game I've been excited for has been cancelled. This sucks.
Hilarious article and very correct. Loved the James Bond reference. I feel like the author and I would get along well; I'm the same way when it comes to pointing out things done wrong in games and movies.
Well-written article and 100% spot-on.
It piqued my interest, but I can certainly see why a lot of people aren't interested; I mean, yet ANOTHER zombie game, and the demo video I watched when the main character is being chased by a horde, in my opinion, that was way too long of a chase and terribly underempathized given the fact that this guy was legitimately jogging and had too many "close calls." I mean, this game is definitely on my radar but I'm very skeptical, too.
GTA Online and microtransactions happened.
Yeah, this is speculation we've all heard before, like six months ago.
Looks great! I'm looking forward to it.
Well, this is why I'm fortunate to have played the beta; I absolutely loved what I experienced, much more so than the original game. It isn't the first time I've disagreed with IGN but definitely understand where they're coming from. I did think it felt lacking and rather...not so much dead, but not as "alive" as anticipated, but that didn't detract from my overall enjoyment. Hell, I replayed the beta at least 7 times.
The article says it's a Windows 10 store exclusive; doesn't that make it PC only? Unless you're able to purchase Xbox One games from the Windows 10 store.
I completely disagree with this article for several reasons, but I'll tl;dr: one, if your argument is "because of a mistake you made when you were 13" well you probably shouldn't be playing games that are meant for ages older than 13, by which point, you should know the difference between playing a game legitimately and illegitimately. Find me one person who has never used a cheat code in any video game in their present lifespan, with proof. Don't worry, I'll wait.
God, I hope so. I've been waiting for Agent since the first rumor surfaced. Feels like it's been ages.
Great news! I really enjoyed the cinematic, Hollywood blockbuster feel of Resident Evil 5 and 6, but they simply didn't feel like a Resident Evil game. Hopefully, Resident Evil 7 will serve as a modern day classic, for all intents and purposes.
Excellent news! I expected it to launch in June. Looks like I'm going to have a great week soon.
Goat Simulator is a gem. I'm glad to see it on there; people will definitely pick it up and recognize its ridiculous brilliance.
I'm not saying that you're wrong, because that is a very valid point, but IGN have done things like this in the past, so it's a matter of their reputation. Like I said, I don't particularly care about the people behind the review. Obviously, they have a right to their opinion, but it isn't the first time I've seen this happen on IGN. I am very much enjoying the game so far and that's all I care about.
To be honest, I care little about the people behind the review. I don't read reviews for games I enjoy because I know my enjoyment is guaranteed. I don't really know how to explain it, but there are just things I know for a fact that I will love and Uncharted is one of them. I don't expect perfect reviews for even the most hyped game because there will always be something that annoys someone. Uncharted annoys me sometimes because of the bullet-sponge enemies, but that doesn't ...
Some people just don't know how to accept things that they don't want to hear; that's the bottom line, really.
It's perfectly fine to have an opinion that differs from the general consensus, but when your opinion is completely fabricated just to stand out and garner attention, it's just pathetic.
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