Yi-Long

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Same. I bought DB FighterZ new, but it was only 8 bucks orso. Never bought any of the DLC and never will, but if they’ll release a Complete Edition I’d bite. The sad thing is that I absolutely do like/love the game, but because the roster is incomplete I just don’t play the game.

Recently bought Mortal Kombat 11 Ultimate Edition. Didn’t have much of an interest in the game before there was a complete release, but when there was I decided I’d jump in. Which was a good decis...

52d ago 1 agree0 disagreeView comment

The genre has been killing itself with its DLC greed. Only hardcore fighting games fans will invest in buying these releases on Day 1, while everyone else sees the expensive Season Passes and decides to either wait for a complete edition somewhere down the line, or just skip these games completely.

A more healthy plan for these games would be to release these games for 40 bucks orso, announce ALL content released post-release will be 100% free for all players, and then just...

53d ago 5 agree0 disagreeView comment

Agreed. I like the ‘idea’ of a new King of Fighters, but objectively speaking the footage shown thusfar has been very underwhelming, especially when compared to stunners like Guilty Gear or the recent Mortal Kombat.

53d ago 1 agree0 disagreeView comment

I really believe it makes a huge difference to your experience with the game on which random first planet you land.

Got the game Day 1, and enjoyed it, but my starting planet had oxygen and was nice enough. I didn’t care much for the scavenging for parts, but it was relatively easy. Bit of a chore, but not too frustrating. After a few days and planets, I left the game and went (back) to other gaming experiences.

When I picked the game back up last year, s...

53d ago 0 agree0 disagreeView comment

Actually, I’d rather have a character creator so I can design my own cool avatar.
Master Chief has never appealed to me as a character, cause it’s basically just a green helmet. Just very ‘bland’, design & personality wise.

Compare it to Sam Gideon, in Vanguish, and there’s someone interesting behind the helmet, which also comes back into dialogue and tiny mannerisms (the cigarette flick).

56d ago 1 agree1 disagreeView comment

Why? Personally I enjoy how it gives you a huge open sandbox to enjoy, where it drops you in and you slowly move your way through the story and region becoming an evergrowing pest to the bad guys, giving you freedom on how to approach this war, slowly growing your abilities to give you more cool options, etc.

Clearing outposts have been among some of my favourite moments in gaming.

This world looks prettier than ever, there’s a big city in there which is ...

56d ago 5 agree1 disagreeView comment

Same, but not because the game doesn’t look good to me (I know I’ll enjoy Far Cry, and this looks better than ever), but because there’s already an expensive Season Pass announced, and I’ll never pay more than 50-60 bucks for a game if it’s not ‘complete’.

Game looks awesome (to me) but I’ll wait for an affordable Complete release.

56d ago 3 agree0 disagreeView comment

Played Eternal Champions when it came out, still have the cartridge, but it really wasn’t that good. Nothing about it stood out. Not the gameplay, certainly not the characters. It had relatively big sprites for the time, but it really wasn’t all that special. There are far better games Sega could bring back to this day & age.

62d ago 1 agree0 disagreeView comment

Some games can take 60-80+ hours to go through, and if you’d force a reviewer to quickly rush through that to meet a close deadline, that demand in itself would also affect the experience and thus the score.

I worked at a gaming magazine many years ago, and I believe the requirement back then was 8-10 hours for writing a review. Obviously you’d want reviewers to finish a game but it’s just not a very realistic demand for many games, plus for most games you can form an objec...

65d ago 5 agree12 disagreeView comment

I have no interest in 'unbelievable player counts'. If anything, I want player counts to be reeled back in to 24 vs 24 or 32 vs 32, so maps can be normal BF sized again, and you as a lone soldier can actually feel like you're making a difference in a match.

These devs seem to keep thinking bigger is better, and they just keep expanding, while losing what made us love Battlefield in the first place ....

We just want well-balanced classes, cool ...

74d ago 3 agree2 disagreeView comment

Pretty sure I'd have as much fun (or more, because patches/updates) with Ratchet and Clank when I buy it for 20 bucks 18 months from now, as I would if I'd buy it Day 1.

Currently just making my way through my backlog. Once a local store has PS5 in stock and I come across it, I'll pick it up, but no real rush otherwise to get it.

79d ago 1 agree1 disagreeView comment

Not waiting for a 'Pro' version cause that could be years away, but I'd like to wait on a version with a different color scheme, perhaps a bigger SSD included, and maybe a game bundled in.

With new games priced at 70 bucks (70 Euro even in Holland), I'm in no rush to pick any of them up at launch anyway.

79d ago 0 agree0 disagreeView comment

Same. I just wait for Complete Editions. Just bought MK11 Ultimate this week for 25 bucks. Great game, great purchase, but never would have bought it barebones.

80d ago 1 agree0 disagreeView comment

Really hope IF they release a remake, they'll include an option for the Japanese voices this time.

96d ago 3 agree11 disagreeView comment

The question is very simple; Do you trust Sony/Playstation to treat you and your purchases respectfully?

For me, the answer a few years ago, was yes. Now, I'm not so sure. More expensive games, dropping stores (PS3/Vita), dropping some big talented studios like bricks, etc.

Also, I'm still extremely bitter about how they treated Driveclub and the studio behind it.

Even Everybody's Golf's studio will now be gone to Apple ...

104d ago 2 agree4 disagreeView comment

It just wasn't FUN for me to play. I play Battlefield for the Conquest, but the maps were just a bit too large, the squads were a bit too large, and worst of all, matches just take up far too much time, so where normally you get 2-3 matches in an hour, here the big Conquest matches could last 40+ minutes, maybe longer, and that's a big investment of time when you're just not having a lot of fun or on a mediocre team or map.

It just never really clicked for me. ...

109d ago 11 agree0 disagreeView comment

Well, if you're gonna adjust for inflation, you also have to realize that $60 20 years ago bought you a whole lot more than $75 buys you now. The value of your money has gone down, because costs (rent, food, mobility, education, healthcare, etc etc) has gone up way more than your income, so for most folks, your disposable income is now less than it would have been 20 years ago.

In short, you got way more bang for your buck back then. More coffee, more donuts, more comic...

109d ago 1 agree0 disagreeView comment

Would love to see this team doing a TMNT beat 'm up (side-scrolling). Their character models and move-sets for the 4 turtles were fantastic.

110d ago 0 agree0 disagreeView comment

I wish Dirt 5 was anything close to Motorstorm and the amazing Driveclub, but sadly I really didn't like it. It basically took the worst parts of the Dirt series (the Xtreme stuff), dropped the great stuff (the actual arcade Rally racing), and depth-wise it's almost like a mobile game. Drive on some easy tracks, get some points, unlock the next uninspired wide track, etc.

It doesn't even have replays, which is just beyond ridiculous, TBH.

110d ago 3 agree0 disagreeView comment

If we're talking Remakes, might I suggest Chrono Trigger ... ? Preferably with a cell-shaded style which will do justice to the original and Toriyama's look.

113d ago 4 agree1 disagreeView comment