Mixing the JRPG and MMO genres is a great idea, but with WKC2 Level-5 fails again and gets a mixed result.
But not that good either.
just got this, held off playing the first one until this released, i love it so far, the only problem for me is the bland character designs. one of the big things i love about it is traveling around towns and going inside building with no loading like in GTA or RDR. makes exploring much easier. And I want to thank the community players, they take the time to help me in my low level missions despite being 40-50 levels above me.
I'll be picking it up day one since I enjoyed the first game, im glad I still kept my save file for it. I know i'll enjoying part 2 just the same. I don't let other people tell me which games I should like, buy, or play. There opinions are there's and it really doesn't matter much to me when it comes to which games I buy, and play. I think imma import it instead of waiting till September to play it. Question does anyone know a site where I can import from europe other than play-asia that's just as reliable?
cool thx for info, also i have an account with amazon.us would my log-in work on the uk site?
http://www.game.co.uk/Games... Amazon.uk won't ship games internationally but your U.S. login does work on that site.
What is the point of a mediocre exclusive?
better than no exclusives
What a mistake that was!
What is the point of trolling comments?
maybe you could find the answer with too human .
or Lair, or perhaps Haze?
Indeed , but just pointing out the (usual) stupidity of his interventions . Hell WKC got a rather sizeable fan community , especially online ... while those three other games have been dead right from their launch .
@Perjoss I was thinking Alan Wake.
Can't take his bubbles, what a shame
Just report it as "trolling".
Well, there is a point, look at Halo - millions still love to play it despite being so mediocre.
wait, wait, wait... "What is the point of a mediocre exclusive?" Then why post the article.......
Eurogamer keeps on failing.
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