"When I was younger there were a number of people who I liked enough to follow their work blindly." - JPS
i mean, it makes sense if someone consistently delivers, you expect them to deliver like with my friends, if i'm meeting up with them some people i'll be on time, some i'll come later cos i know they won't be on time i'm not gonna say " oh this guy is always on time, but i'll just assume he could be today"
Yep. People misunderstand faith in someone delivering, who has a history of delivering, as blind faith for no reason. There are plenty of games, or franchises, that have blind faith for no good reason. Death Stranding isn't one of them.
I fixed the title for you. Death Stranding and the Problems with Sites Writing the Reviews before they have even Played the Game.
Don't buy it and WAIT FOR THE REVIEWS. More clickbait crap
Reviews are clickbait now too.
What about the problem that is plaguing the internet right now? The constant negative articles about Death Stranding? It makes more logical sense believing this game will good based on Kojimas past than blindly hating on it for no apparent reason. Cause it certainly looks like these sites are hating it for no reason.
Another title. Why isnt this game on my console!!! Whyyyyyyy! The attack this game is getting for months is incredible. Some publication what it to failed so hard. Its just sad the amount of money running in the backstage....
Kojima has never made a bad game so its logical to think that this will be the case here also.
Its like condemning devs with a stellar background like say ND for trying to make a completely new game... lets give them the benefit of the doubt first right?
And hes not made a great game in recent years either. Whats your point?
MGS5 his last game, despite lacking was still miles ahead of 99% of all games who came out that year. What's your point, TK?
My point is that someones overall record is irrelevant if their most recent projects aren't of a similar quality level to the ones they made over a decade ago. Is that too difficult to comprehend? MGS4 was a good game but definitely not great and it's level design alone shows that. MGSV is an example of a game that has great gameplay but again puts itself in a level that in now way allows you to take full advantage of that formula. Oh and lets not even get started on the repetitive story and side missions in MGSV and then a cutscene here and there to break up the monotony. Good games but definitely not great games. Too difficult to comprehend?
Nope, you are incomprehensible.
As expected you have no argument. Stay in the sandpit kiddo.
Like I said, MGSV was lacking.... for a Kojima game! MGS4 was a masterpiece. That alone cancels your whole argument. Yep, still incomprehensible.
I know this is really difficult for your smooth brain to understand, but just stating something is a masterpiece doesn't make it that. In fact calling MGS4 a masterpiece makes you a joke even among MGS fans. This view is incomprehensible to you because you've never stepped outside your precious sandpit. Keep building them sandcastles kiddo.
The game is not even out.
i don't think this game will be what people are thinking and thats where it'll dissapoint. its gonna have heavy survival elements and thats what i want.
I mean, it's not blind, Kojima has a stellar track record. When Naught Dog releases a game, we all know it'll be good, it's not blind faith.
All of these concern articles are pollution.
Blind Faith? The review embargo is up 7 days before release. You can easily preorder afterwards if you have to wait for reviews.
Im not a Kojima guy buh I want this to be goty tier just to watch the fortune tellers squirm. lolol! This isnt some free to play none and done son. Everyone thinks they’re on to something until the Pats put them over a table.
I don't have to bother reading this article because I know you just can't fix stupid.
Reviews will be up a week before the game is even released so...
Game not even out and they want it to fail.
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