Yeah, I know what you mean. When I played through the campaign, my interest and curiosity toward how the story ended is what motivated me to keep playing. There were a handful of nonsensical implements, the whole warrant thing subsequent the narrative's turning point being one of them, yes.
The online multiplayer has gone stale, much like that of Call of Duty. I remember first experiencing the online multiplayer with Modern Warfare (the first one) and liked it. Seven year...
It was very well-written, but I think my not having played The Pre-Sequel yet blinded me to the message being conveyed. Now that you've highlighted your intention, the overall context makes more sense to me now.
Thank you for the clarification, and keep up the good work!
It's to be expected with MMOs, but this is the result of poor planning and lack of stress tests.
I read this on GameBleed.com the other day and wondered the same thing: is this a review or summary? I'm not entirely sure what the intention was here.
Last I checked, preordering is never a final sale unless it's done digitally and the game launches, or done online and the game ships to your house. Any preorders from GameStop or any other in-person retailer, in my experience anyway, is not final unless you pay for the game and open it.
So why do these articles about preordering consistently imply that preorders in general are permanent? Even if they were, who cares? If people want to preorder to get every little bonus t...
No, some people just find solace in telling others how to live their lives.
"The official Mirror's Edge account on Twitter confirms Catalyst as the name of the next episode of the series."
Um...no it doesn't.
There was absolutely nothing about that vague tweet that confirmed anything related to Mirror's Edge. It was an image of the term 'catalyst' and the definition. That doesn't confirm a damn thing. It hints at something related to Mirror's Edge, obviously, but that could simply be referring to...
Kotaku and Polygon are at the top of my avoid list. I can't fathom for the life of me how anyone takes either website seriously.
Like the female news anchors on Fox News, arguing about Mass Effect's sex scenes, when they hadn't even played the game?
Unforgettable gem, that one.
Wonderful news. It's a shame it doesn't come with Golden Abyss, Among Thieves online multiplayer, Drake's Deception online multiplayer or online co-op, though. Either way, I'm looking forward to picking it up.
Took the words right out of my mouth.
I think it's foolish for people to stage any kind of disappointment over an announcement trailer. The disappointment stems primarily from the game's graphics, which can be improved by the time the game launches...God knows when.
Your assumption is incorrect. The author of that opinion article has in fact played every Fallout game to date. Additionally, the author's opinions as outlined come from an unbiased standpoint; while the author has played every Fallout game, they aren't defending the graphics because of being a fan, but as an appreciative gamer who finds contentment and solace in the graphics of Fallout 4 in a general sense and as a whole.
Which is a prime example as to why you should...
Greetings, everyone! I hope you found the review an informative and enjoyable read. It's the first time I've given a game a "perfect" score - and quite well deserved in my opinion - so there's a milestone right there. As always, your feedback and opinions are welcomed and appreciated.
It looks great. Can't wait to see the gameplay premiere!
I honestly found nothing about that article convincing at all. I originally heard of Until Dawn in 2012 and have been waiting patiently since. I know for a fact I'm going to enjoy it and I know for a fact that I will personally feel like it was worth the money and I will replay it more than once.
How am I so certain? Because it reminds me of Heavy Rain and Heavy Rain was a game my friends and family begged me to stop talking about, because I wouldn't shut up about how...
I can't say that I don't care, because the cancellation really is quite a shame, but I'm not losing sleep over it. I can definitely see why gamers are so torn up about it though; P.T. displayed some serious potential and was certainly grand art, masterpiece potential, and it was completely removed from the face of the earth, where the only proof of its existence are gameplay videos on YouTube.
Indeed, I am. *spoiler alert for those who haven't finished the game or progressed this far* did you not notice the White Orchard innkeeper in Novigrad? When Geralt and Zoltan go to the inn to hear Priscilla sing, the White Orchard innkeeper is there in the cutscene and calls out Geralt for "murder." But she can't be interacted with.
I heard rumor that on the PC, they patched that issue and the merchant you save from the griffin in the beginning will sell th...
Very good blog on a rather important topic. Growing up, I always found myself playing the PS2 more than the Xbox, but after seeing Dead Rising, I ended up picking up an Xbox 360 and while the game was a disappointment to me, because I had the Xbox 360, it became my primary console of choice, with the PS3 I purchased a year or so later being reserved for exclusive titles that captured my interest.
Same goes with this generation. Xbox One is my primary console, but I do have a...
Hmm, still no mention of the White Orchard gwent cards fix on consoles. I'm still waiting for the update that gives the merchant the gwent cards subsequent the griffin contract. I might just carry on my first playthrough and worry about gwent on the second playthrough.