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WolfLeBlack (User)

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Been meaning to play this and just haven't gotten around to it. Heard good things, so maybe this is the time to jump in :D #4
Yes and no, really. I've actually found Heroes Reborn to be a reasonably solid show. It made some of the same mistakes that the original Heroes did in its opening episodes with so many characters, but it managed to pull everything together. 3/5 for me.

But yeah, it didn't really get anyone talking, so probably for the best it was just a limited run. #1.1
Jesus Christ, if we're going to disqualify The Witcher 3 for having problems at launch then we're not going to have any games to actually nominate. #63
Ugh, tell me about it. Feels like yesterday. #1.1
If Origins did anything it was show that Warner Bros. want very much to keep producing Batman games, so I imagine we'll be seeing a sequel in which we'll get an answer.

As you say, though, it also gives Rocksteady a pretty solid (geddit? No. Yeesh, tough website) ending. #4.1
211d ago by WolfLeBlack | View comment
A sequel of some sort is inevitable, so we'll find out eventually :P #2.1
211d ago by WolfLeBlack | View comment
That didn't come off as edgy, quippy or blunt, just as utterly needless in its existence :P #2.1.1
239d ago by WolfLeBlack | View comment
The processor is the weak link there, and that's coming from someone who uses the FX-8350. It gets trounced by i3s and i5s in a lot of titles, sadly. DX12 could potentially help a lot, though. #10.2
270d ago by WolfLeBlack | View comment
I have absolutely no problem with an article talking about building the best rig possible when money isn't a limit, but why bring the Witcher into it?

The title implies it's a mnachine geared specifcally toward running THAT game, but it isn't really. #4.1.1
270d ago by WolfLeBlack | View comment
Well, that was a bloody useless article. That PC build isn't geared toward the Witcher 3, it's just, and I qoute, "Let’s take a look at some of the best technology we can use to make a beast of a gaming machine, while also spending as much money as we possibly can in the process." #4
271d ago by WolfLeBlack | View comment
I'm on the list for review code, and can confirm he is correct, or it least in the sense that that is what the PR manager is telling people.

The only outlets getting code at the moment are those with debug units, which is a pretty small selection mostly made up of the big players like IGN, Gamespot, Game Informer etc.

The rest of us have to wait for standard review code, which appearently isn't getting sent out until nearer launch, which is a bit of sham... #2.1.1
278d ago by WolfLeBlack | View comment
These days, though, that's not much of a thing.

PC gaming is as simple as installing, getting the updates and playing, though you do have to quickly check requirements unless you've got a higher-end rig.

Consoles have become a tad more awkward due to now having mandatory install, plus updates etc.

I'd honestly say neither one is easier than the other these days. #2.1
279d ago by WolfLeBlack | View comment
Mass Effect 2 would be right up there.

I'd love to experience Total Annihilation again for the first time, but with the deeper appreciation and understanding I now have of games. It's one of my favorite games of all time, and to be able to play it for the first time again would be great.

The original Gears of War would be on the list, along with Monkey Island. Oblivion, too. There's so many, really. #4
279d ago by WolfLeBlack | View comment
Huh. Can't wait to get my issue to see why they thought MKX deserved that score. #2
283d ago by WolfLeBlack | View comment
It's now past 38,000 signatures. #2
291d ago by WolfLeBlack | View comment
For me the option to allow purchasers to pay what they want makes the most sense here. That way the community could help reward the most talented modders out there, while providing a degree of regulation to help stop the inevitable stream of tat looking to cash-in. #2
292d ago by WolfLeBlack | View comment
I'm hyped.

I shouldn't be. These days both personally and from a game reviewing perspective I preach that everyone keeps a level-head, myself especially since trying to review a game that infected you with a massive marketing campaign never works.

In the modern industry the sheer level of artificial hype is insane and almost always seems to lead to disappointment. Not bad games, in all cases, just disappointment because they can't live up to the p... #5
299d ago by WolfLeBlack | View comment
Each to their own, of course. I've talked to a few people who quite liked the second half, and to be fair I get why. I also get what they were going for, I think, but it just adds to the feeling that Hardline has an identity crisis. #1.1
304d ago by WolfLeBlack | View comment
Or potentially a new Ouya style console, since everybody and their dog seems to be making one at the mo. #1.1
407d ago by WolfLeBlack | View comment
Well, that was a lot of pointless swearing. Don't get me wrong, I don't mind chucking in the occasional effing to make a point, but that, overkill.

Anyway, didn't you answer your own question of who wanted Tomb Raider on Xbox One/PS4 when you pointed out it sold over 800k?

I'm not big on re-releases, but clearly there are people that want them, thus why should they not be released? Although the sheer amount of them this year has been... #12
416d ago by WolfLeBlack | View comment
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