What do Death Stranding, Heavy Rain, and Uncharted have in common? They're all great games. And they all pretend to have great plot.
I'm not sure about Death Stranding but the 1st Uncharted game was mediocre. Heavy Rain' story was interesting until that garbage plot twist.
I liked the main story in Fallout 4, the twist worked for me and the first time I saw the institute or whatever it's called I was suitably impressed.
That twist was great. I ended up shooting my son in the face because I wanted his lab coat thinking it would be special, it wasn't.
I found the first uncharted game so average that I've never played the sequels
Wow, I’m surprised you didn’t give the 2nd game a try. One of the best games of all time “in my opinion” And I loved the first Uncharted, personally. The following games are incredible in their own right.
I might give the second game a go later this year, this gen doesn't have many linear games so it might be a nice change of pace
Cool. I don’t think you’ll be disappointed with what Uncharted 2: Among Thieves brings. I sure hope you enjoy it if you do play it.
Death Stranding's plot isn't nonsense, it's just a lot of subtext and metaphors. I know some people are pretty tuned out to this sort of thing, but it's pretty blatant in DS. Not every narrative is meant to be taken 100% literal.
Exactly. I don't think the author knows the definition of "nonsense." The story for Death Stranding makes perfect sense. Whether or not someone enjoys it is another thing.
Garbage list. There is sooo many games with worse plots than these.
Death Stranding is very odd, but it makes sense. Basically humans got so technologically advanced that they were utilizing time and multiple dimensions themselves for tech, and broke reality in the process. One really resilient guy is trying to bring everyone back into a network.
where is HZD
The story of Metal Gear actually makes sense, in its own twisted and out-there logic, interspersed in sci-fi and fantastic elements. It's even quite the feat, that telling such a convoluted story spanning several decades on plenty different platforms, was all done without altering it. Complicated yes, but always in its own logical way.
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