Mike T. from Link Cable Gaming writes: "Miles Morales was my game of the year because I had such high expectations and it was only one of two games that actually met them."
non-morales spider man remaster is better, despite the stupid sneaky MJ missions
I find the game to be good, but half-boring repetitive. My game of the year is TLOU2.
Miles morales was not boring at all.
I can see where you are coming from I loved the game but did get a bit boring and repetitive. too Much fill in with the same sort of stuff needed somthing different. TLOU2 I thing a far better game in every way but my best game would go to bloodborne everytime
TLOU2 deserves every Game of the Year award it receives!
Haven't played this game yet but I felt that the combat and side-content in Spiderman PS4 was too repetitive at times. From what I've seen, this game has much less filler so I think I'll end up enjoying it more though. I've heard the Dualsense implementation is pretty good as well
Playing it now. I like the characters and the overall story but feels like they drew from too much of the first game and repeat those same elements here, including storytelling. I can't really say what I dislike without spoiling it, but it's like Star Wars and their inability to leave behind Palpatine, to change the BBEG narrative. I do like that they easily made crimes repeatable rather than random and you swinging around until they pop up. I do like the venom powers. I think camo itself is great, but the skills around it seem a waste overall. Otherwise, it feels as good as the first, if not actually harder in combat which I like. I'm not a fan of skills being locked out unless you do NG+, though. Suits? Cool. Skills? Weird choice.
FF7 Remake for me. I honestly thought this game was boring, until the last act.
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