This month’s EDGE review scores include Devil May Cry 5, a tough verdict for Anthem, and more.
Ouch, a 4 for Anthem. They even gave Crackdown 3 a higher score.
I had more fun in Crackdown 3 than Anthem to be fair, still hoping Anthem will be great one day.
Crackdown 3 was mediocre for a couple of hours and then it got boring for a game that was in development for 5 years
DMC 5 is a 6-7/10 at best.. It's ok but nothing crazy. The times of dmc3 are over.. They played it so safe Nero is so shallow, so many loading screens and time off... My biggest disappointment of the year so far. Disagree if you wish, it's my own opinion.
Both bad scores 6 for far cry isn’t much better no wonder I’ll be avoiding all them haha. Average yearly churn or just plain dribble.
Actually if you do Coop Far Cry 5 is pretty good. Far cry New damn is really good
Crackdown 3 is boring as all hell, but Anthem is just broken beyond belief.
Dead or Alive not revolutionary enough?
Jiggle physics too outdated for them . Or they don’t like boobs
Honest reviews Anthem is pure rubbish, still hoping Anthem will be great one day are u serious. If your prepared to buy broken unfinished games more fool you. No wonder the industry is the way it is!!
Yeah I’ve heard of early access but £40 for a finished (not remotely finished) product peoples be crazy haha
Haha an actual fair score for Anthem
Yeah the game is just bad, broken and lacking content. There is no reason to play it over The Division 2. Division 2 has its share of problems but its so much more of a complete product.
Ubi has surpassed EA
Ok, here's an unpopular opinion. DMC5 is fun but could've been better. DmC had better swordplay. That's my opinion. May I add that I ain't one of those die hard, eat, sleep breathe DMC fans. Who dissect every little thing about the franchise from Dante' hair follicles to the type of panties Trish wears. In other words, not worth the $60 I paid for it. Worth $39. I'll end it by saying that it is however a must-play.
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