Every time we watch or read a game review that’s only based off the reviewers experience with the game usually pre-launch which is followed by a final verdict and often a numerical score. And that’s it. Despite how much the game may change (for better or worse) that’s never reflected in reviews by the gaming media.
Polygon is that exception and although I’m still loving the hell out of Battlefield 4 (despite it’s issues) I appreciate this site much more now knowing that they care enough to actually go back and alter their review score to acknowledge some serious issues that can’t be ignored. Hoping DICE catches attention of this and maybe other major videogame reviewers out there can take notes from these methods.
When are they going to port this game to PlayStation 4?
Still never released Doom 4.
I hate the direction they took Sam Fisher in Blacklist. The game felt like a semi-reboot that sort of went full circle for the series but at the same time completely ruined it’s signature main character, removing all his likability and replacing the voice actor.
Unfortunately, something tells me we won’t see or hear about any Splinter Cell games for a very long time now because of this.
Very interesting. If this idea of supporting 4 Vita’s at once comes to fruition then I can see this being a very fun and unique addition.
I see it working very similar to Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles on the Gamecube where multiplayer required everyone use their GBA’s as a controller. It was neat because it meant not having to juggle through the menu and take up screen space on the television because all the was designated to your own GBA screen instead.