If the wii u version doesn't come with some sort of cross buy or heavy discount on the nx version for buying the wii u version, I'd be pretty annoyed and would probably just skip the NX.
I stopped playing pokemon after ruby and sapphire. Then at separate garage sales about 3 years back, I found a functional ds lite with the hinge broken (couldn't hold itself in place, got used to it though) and a copy of soul silver a year earlier for 4 bucks. Idk why I stopped playing after ruby/sapphire, probably thought I was too old for it.
When I finally found that ds and started playing ss, I had the greatest nostalgia experience I've ever had with a game. So m...
April 26 is my birthday. Nothing ever happens on April 26th, so Uncharted 4 coming out then is pretty special to me. It's like Naughty Dog saying "Happy Birthday", lol.
Thing is, most consumers aren't passionate about games like we are. Even if they knew they were a getting a crap deal, they wouldn't care. You probably wouldn't stop buying twinkies or gum or whatever trivial unnecessary thing if they included less of them would you? Most of you probably wouldn't because it's not that big a fn deal to you. Nobody stops buying chips even though it's mostly a bag of air and they put less of them in than they used to.
Agreed. I loved New Vegas faction system.
It's a Playstation, not an Xbox.
Obviously it's mental, my point was that nostalgia isn't really under anyone's control.
"If you can go back and still enjoy a game despite its age, that completely eliminates that notion."
No, because I can go play some pretty crappy games right now and still enjoy them, whereas at this age, if it was the first time I played it, would think it was total crap.
Doesn't mean you'll like everything you liked in th...
"Older games were better and it's not because of nostalgia."
Thing is, you're not really qualified to make that statement if you lived through those generations of games, because nostalgia is extremely blinding, due to the fact that it's not even completely about the game, it's about how you felt at the time, it's about perspective. Everything is better when you're younger (barring some horrible trauma), everything is newer, fresher and mor...
It's not less linear. It's small and cramped the majority of the game. Loadouts were not unbalanced. Weapons are only on the map this time around because 343 thought they could score brownie points with the halo hardcore by doing so. There may be only one forge map technically, but nearly all of them are ugly enough that you can't tell whether they were made by the devs or some random forge amateur. The dmr feels nothing like the one in halo 4.
Gotta disagree there. I'm no Halo purist, so I don't think halo 1 - 3 are the only good halo games, but I very much dislike halo 5s mp. Warzone is a total bore, req packs suck (and wreak of sleaze due to microtransactions).
And ads, oh boy. I always thought ads would make halo better. Boy was I wrong. It ruined the dmr, as well as a few other weapons, and I don't see the point of them taking away loadouts if the weapons are so "balanced".
I didn't repeat what you said, and you missed the point, but if it means that much to you to be right on the internet that you're willing to ignore the point I'm trying to make and see what you want to see out of my comment, then go right ahead.
Eh, agree to disagree. If anyone truly gave the slightest crap about mass effect, they wouldn't have bought it on wii u to begin with and have nobody to blame but themselves if they bought 3 and were disappointed to find out that the other 2 would not come later.
I mean it's one half assed game, in a time when the wii u was starving to death for games, EA may have thrown nintendo a half eaten cheeseburger, but at least they gave them something.
Unsurprising "response" from someone as immature as yourself.
Including the other two mass effect games would not have helped sales for the wii u version, not by much anyway. Certainly not enough to offset the cost it would take to port those games to the wii u.
Nintendo simply f'd up with the wii u in regards to 3rd parties. They went with a gimmick very few people care about, tried to cash in on wii sales by giving it the worst console name ever (lame and confusing to the average consumer), they have yet to get with the times and...
Are you really going to be THAT guy? The guy that pathetically believes himself to be such a badass that he puts others down for being able to enjoy something more deeply than yourself, gets jealous because of it, and starts insulting others masculinity?
Grow the hell up, seriously. Stop trying to prove how tough you are (or think you are).
Some people can actually thoroughly enjoy things, unlike you, who seem to have a very shallow way of enjoying things. A...
Lol, you wanna blame anyone, blame Nintendo (and nintendo fans who only buy exclusives) not EA. Nintendo has never made it easy for third parties. There's no reason to waste resources porting games nobody will play to a system whose owners only play nintendo exclusives, and at best, call of duty games. They're not a charity, they're a business.
I didnt "love" the originals, and I hated it. One of the douchiest main characters I've ever played as, got it for free on plus and deleted it an hour and a half later, couldn't stand how obnoxious "Dante" was and how lame the attempt by the dev was to make the main character appear "cool", "hip" and "rebellious".
Too bad, as what I've seen of it, I really enjoyed the art style. Too bad it was wasted on a ga...
They got the gunplay perfect. I've never played another shooter that plays as well as Destiny does. Along with the loot system (which they hired psychologists to ensure was addicting enough to keep people hooked), I think the gunplay was one of the biggest reasons people (such as myself) kept playing.
I kinda gave up on settlement building after a while. I like the concept, but in addition to it not being a very fleshed out feature, the issue of items you place on desks and shelves sinking through floors and ceilings still remain. I spent about 2 or 3 hours decorating my house in a settlement, only to find out that next time I loaded up the game to play it, everything was either half way through the ceiling or buried under the floorboards, even had some alcohol bottles make their way from...
You get to more easily tell how much more damage your shiny new sniper rifle is doing than your old one, with modifiers active and all (most inventory screens in games only show how much the damage of the base weapon is, without the perks.