Considering that a new Call of Duty is released every year like clockwork, I'm already long since tired of it. Battlefront is fresh, different and a long time coming.
I seriously regret not picking up the collector's edition when I had the chance. I'm not paying $240 for one off Amazon or eBay either. But what came with the standard edition is absolutely great.
People care too much about pitting consoles against each other and it serves no purpose whatsoever at the end of the day.
Good to know. I'll have to consider giving it another try.
The most important thing people need to understand is the concept of dodging. Even I tried to just swing the sword around and attack countless times before I realized that particularly in The Witcher 3, dodging saves lives.
I think the first video game I've ever played was GoldenEye on the Nintendo 64 when I was around maybe four or five years old. It was also the same day I became a massive James Bond fan that managed to escalate more and more as I got older.
I was just about to share that: http://forums.elderscrollso...
In the very link the author of this blog shared, the post was updated to include:
"The physical console version of The Elder Scrolls Online: Tamriel Unlimited does not require a one-time game code. As with any other boxed PS4 / Xbox One game only the game disc is needed for veri...
"Are you ready for the next chapter?"
Not if it's anything like the last couple of games, I'm not. I'm basically done and over with the Need for Speed series. The last one I played that I actually enjoyed was Underground/Underground 2. Bring that back and we might have a deal.
Hmm. Well-written review and I can see where you're coming from with some of your opinions, but I can't fathom why you feel the gameplay and fun factor deserve an abysmal score. I find the experience refreshing and quite enjoyable; sure, while there isn't much in terms of gameplay aside from exploration, dialogue choice and time rewinding, I certainly don't agree that it should be rated so poorly.
Well, that's exactly why I avoid those games like I would avoid a viral plague. Games that have more influence, effort and attention placed on the online multiplayer than on their half-arsed campaign will never be on my to-buy list. I'd rather eat the money.
I'm not blindly spending two-thirds the cost of a full game for vaguely described content to be distributed over the span of half a year. I'll already have completed and moved on from Arkham Knight by the time the sixth month of DLC comes around.
I'm picking up the game at launch with the Batman PS4, but that season pass can choke on its $40 price tag for all I care. When all the content is released, I'll decide if the $40 asking price is justified. Otherwise,...
Why is The Witcher 3 so long? Because a lot of time and effort went into crafting an experience well worth the asking price, that's why.
Just picked up my physical copy from GameStop. In my area, they cancelled the midnight release and started selling the game at 7pm EST. I'm so grateful!
I was wondering originally if the first of the free DLC would be released today, since the game was released today for a lot of people. I just picked up my copy; digital isn't the only source to get the game at 7pm EST. GameStop cancelled their midnight releases and sold the game an hour ago.
Lol this article really offers nothing to determine whether or not the expansion pass is worth buying. Nothing more than clickbait, really.
I already have the expansion pass preordered with the game because it adds two expansions, late 2015/early 2016, that add an additional 30 hours to the game for $25. Yeah, that spells out worth it in nice, bold letters.
CD Projekt Red is an admirable company; even when releasing a season pass/expansion pass, it's wort...
Thanks for the confirmation. :)
Of course, I did further research after making that comment and found more supporting evidence, but couldn't edit my comment to reflect that fact, lol
Good and that's how games should 'unlock' in my opinion. It's ridiculous that people have to wait until 3am just because a company goes by Pacific time.
But I have to ask, what is their source for this information and how accurate is it? I did some research and it seems like this is the only source of release times.
Indeed, the final score is not an average of the subsection ratings (graphics, gameplay, etc.) but if neither of those subsections were granted a perfect score, the overall game shouldn't be considered perfect either, then, because the game is not perfect. While it isn't an average, you cannot have a perfect game if the graphics are a 9.1 and the sound is an 8.9, you know?
Either way, I'm glad to see another positive rating for this game. I keep getting magnetical...
Sweet Jesus, I can't wait. Until Dawn is my main reason for buying a PS4, like Heavy Rain was my main reason for buying a PS3. I'm so excited.
I don't believe the release date though. June 24 is a Wednesday; video games are usually always released on Tuesdays in America and Fridays in Europe, except in special, worldwide releases, like Skyrim, which was released on a Friday for everyone simultaneously.
If anything, it'll be released on the da...
Indeed. I'm not too much of a simulator fan. I enjoy the Horizon series, but I still find myself playing Need for Speed Underground on a weekly basis.