Not this guy! I can’t wait to see more of a game that’s not the same old, safe Nintendo rehash (in other words, that leaves X).
YEAH DAMN HIM FOR TRYING NEW THINGS!
This guy excites me more than Nintendo’s first party ideas these days. As someone who grew up with Nintendo, I feel like I’m no longer their target audience and nearly everything they do feels safe and stagnant.
Yep, played both and I think Rayman is going to be tough to beat this time around.
Just make sure you play it on the hardest difficulty (that the Wii was released with). They made a derpy difficulty level for the 3DS version. It really adds to the game at the harder difficulty.
Genuine question here, as I haven’t played a GT for a while:
Can you properly damage car models yet in the “real driving simulator”?
Well, at least they’re paying you to finish their game now.
I read the title as “The 7th Guest and the Solaire trap”
I was disappointed, but PRAISE THE SUN ANYWAY!
It doesn’t make it right for you console guys, but to be honest, it’s a nice change for a PC gamer to be treated with a PC-first game. Normally PC gamers get shitty ports with the console hangovers because publishers won’t take the time to do it properly.
I’m not buying any more DLC for PD2, not after feeling burnt after the first one. The Armoured Transport DLC was boring as bat shit.
It pretty much just sit around in the street instead of in a building. The vehicles could have been anything for the way they were used. i.e. static props that only really served to give the appearance of a new concept when they were just relocating an existing concept and re-skinning it.
Lack of variety is what kills this game. PD2 was good fun for the first 10 or so hours, but it got very boring after that. Having not played PD1, I expected this to be more along the lines of GTAV:O where the heists were much more dynamic and involved more than just the heist part. What about the setup? The getaway? Distracting the police by creating diversions down the other end of town?
I can only hope that Overkill (and Starbreeze Studios) decide to think larger with PD3. I’m not comparing them to Rockstar by any means, but extend the scope for the heist and for god’s sake, actually give us more variety, instead of saying it.
I’d say those guys make good games, not great games. Mass Effect and Skyrim are great examples of a brilliant idea that is let down by execution mainly due to narrative dissonance and other mismatched gameplay mechanics.
Interesting/memorable doesn’t always mean well written, fleshed out etc. An average character in a great world can appear to be well written or fleshed out.
To kick off …
…because such behaviour is also banned in the actual sport!
That doesn’t always work. Hard fouling is also banned in many sports, but if done correctly you can get away with it and is part of the game.
I haven’t got NBA 2K14 because I’m a poor WiiU owner who didn’t get a port to their console of choice, so I can only talk from my own sentiment, not knowledge of how the game works.
For what it’s worth, I think this is a great idea, although I can see how it could be annoying or intrusive.
If I want to swear to myself during single player, in multiplayer when I don’t have a mic connected, or even with friends in party chat, that’s bad. It’s my own home, I should be able to do what I want.
If it’s multiplayer with randoms listening in and it’s a teen-rated game, that’s a different story. I think it’s fine to pull those instances up in the interest of a more tolerable environment.
It also gets tricky when the game doesn’t work correctly and picks someone up in the background, or looping audio from the TV for a false positive.
It really is going to be hard to have it be buggier than the mod. That thing crashed willy nilly, had shitty FPS, sometimes took 30 minutes to spawn….the list goes on.
Becky isn’t missing out on much with Skyrim. Becky does however need to get up to speed on The Witcher franchise, in time for TW3.
Exclusives are a clutch-at-straws for consoles. The last exclusive I cared about (excluding Nintendo’s) was Shadow Of The Colossus.
PCs get features long before the consoles. PC players have been smashing 64 player matches in Battlefield for years. Only now are the consolers getting this feature. Then there’s DX11, 60fps, 1080p, etc.