Devin Rardin: Why YOU should be excited and worried at the same time. There are a lot of great stuff about Ragnarok, but also some concerns.
I have absolutely nothing to worry about. I believe it will be a great game, like the first.
Only thing we have to worry about is click hunting scum sucking YouTubers trying to make a clickbait article and slagging off a game before it even launches. Not that that happens much...../s
I've never been worried about a GoW game. I've liked all of them so far... I don't see that changing anytime soon.
Just knowing is a God of War game is reason enough , not only to get excited but to literally Insta-Buy!
At worse it'll be more of the same which isn't a bad thing.
That’s the only negative I could think of happening. It may be criticized a little for being familiar but hey I’m not complaining and I’m sure there will be enough changes to satisfy me.
Well the other possible negative is how much of an annoying little shit Atreus will have grown up to be 😂
Only need 1 reason and that's the first game. No way to fail with how it's all been laid out. Maybe one worry would be the new director but since he's following what Cory did with the first I'm not so worried
They really have never had a bad one. I don't see that trend staring now.
The reasons to be excited outweigh the reasons to be worried so I guess were ok.
I’m sure it will be top notch albeit familiar. There’s nothing wrong with that IMO but following up GOW 2018 is a huge task. The game is really special because they managed to revamp everything and come out even better.
Worry ? No worries here
My only worry is not being able to take time off from work to play it.
I hear you. I’ll make time, one way or another😅😂
Man you better have one heckuva development pedigree under your belt or a very extensive knowledge of how it works before you go around calling people's work "amateurish".
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