Game reviewer over at ProvenGamer.com. Junior at North High School in Bakersfield, CA. 16 years of age.
Reading this article gives me that classic “No Nintendo, you’re taking 2 steps forward and 3 steps back!” feeling that I get seemingly every time I read something about them.
Here’s the thing: It is technically right and fair, but the reality is that the YouTuber deserves that money. People aren’t coming to their video to simply see Luigi, they like the person’s personality, and enjoy hearing them speak.
YouTube Copyright Infringement in the context of Let’s Plays is sorta like the “No Gum at School Policy”. Technically it’s a rule, but everyone pretty much recognizes by high school that it’s dumb and unreasonable.
Great news for us, for once EA correctly interpreted a message. Goes to show the power of the consumers if we speak with our wallets.
If this truly is a new engine, and not a slightly enhanced version of the old engine—like they’ve done for the past 6 years—than I’m interested to see what they do with it. Infinity Ward has proved themselves the “lesser CoD developer” in my eyes over the years, so I’m not pinning my hopes too high.
I really liked Black Ops 2, and thought it was the best CoD so far. I hope Infinity Ward doesn’t pretend that game doesn’t exist, and actually take some tips from Treyarch for Ghosts.
Those do look like some dope menus. Still wanna check this out. I’m up for a new Vita game right now.
As someone who is an extremely casual fan of Star Trek, meaning I’ve literally only seen the 2008 movie, I still would’ve been all over this if it played well. I’m always up for Uncharted in space.
Yea I think I agree with Jason. Of course the claims made at the end of the review were in service to eloquently expressing your feelings on the game, but I’d like to think there’s always a way to do that just as effectively without having to say potentially hurtful and untrue words.
It made for a hell of a closing, but not necessary if you ask me.
Alright, I’m interested. I like that they stuck with the 50’s era time period, but I wonder if it will still include all of that weird real-time commanding stuff?
At first it seems like they cut them down pretty significantly, but I can’t believe it took 21 seconds post-update just to exit Settings. As an avid PS3 user, I’ve become accustomed to it’s longer UI loading times, but this seems a bit unacceptable.
It seems like every step of this system comes with its own loading time, and that sounds terrible for the user.
Great review, but I think you meant to say players get three lives, not four.