Considering the length of games today, oermadeath isn't viable anymore.
There is no spoiler warning. I've played through twice, so nothing was spoiled on me, but there are images that do sort of spoil the ending for those who have not played this game yet!
First time I played this boss on Auto difficulty, I beat him on my first attempt. Did an easy run to clean up some of the collectibles (or rather, the 1, singular collectible I somehow missed), and I died 4 times for some stupid reason.
standalone DLC, but it's virtually a full game.
well, it's pretty much a full game, so that doesn't surprise me.
without spoiling anything, this last fight doesn't need a how-to...
shouldn't the only reason be that it's a cookie cutter, generic MP arena shooter?
I know that, but the title should specify that these issue are on PC, not the console version.
Title should reflect that this is for PC...
how exactly do people expect games that literally just came out this week to be 90% off?
I really wish Amazon would have this in Canada. I have no idea why they don't.
This game really got a lot of undeserved hatred. It wasn't perfect by any stretch of the imagination, but it was certainly better than the 2-4/10 scores suggested.
Kun: it's psychological. - it creates that fear of missing out, which generates false demand. - they can keep saying it's sold out, which makes it look far more successful. And if Nintendo liked money so much, they would not have discontinued the mini NES...
No thanks. K.I.S.S.
Why would they increase production to meet demand when they can just limit supply to keep up appearances that it's sold out everywhere?
It's a $30 game, were you expecting it to be a massive open world?
what proof is there that the mechanic isn't in the game? one video that doesn't go past 50 deaths, and doesn't bother testing beyond that?
spec ops is a seriously underrated game. Nolan North does voice acting, and it has one of my favourite bands doing some of the soundtrack.
loving this game so far (it's one of the most gorgeous experiences I've had so far this gen), but I am pretty sure movies or TV shows can also portray mental illness fairly competently...
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