Humpledink, has a point, if you’re not interested in either mega blocks or Assassins Creed, then don’t comment on the article or read it. Saying I read everything, and then feel compelled to comment about my lack of interest in the topic, is but only a means of getting attention. Have a little more self respect.
The combat looked bland to me, but then again, it was just a snippet without much context. Hope it doesn’t take 2 years to make it to the english speaking market.
Hey don’t you dare forget about the n64. That had a great set of games for its launch, most notably Super Mario 64. Best Mario Game I’ve played.
All the hate in this comments thread, people need to realize that reality does not revolve around their whims. This game might actually be fun, and worth the 20 to 30 that it might cost.
Furthermore you are not entitled to have this game come out in the form that you want, but you are entitled to either buy it or not.
The length of the game does not give it value. It is whether the game was fun and engaging, that gives it value. If I enjoy my time with the game, and I find the experience engaging and memorable it will be worth $40 to me.
Games should not be dictated by your draconian approach of Gameplay time = Value. If you want to buy games that offer long gameplay time buy them, leave the rest of us to potentially enjoy a new experience.
They are not the worst company of all time, just the most hated by a vocal minority*
*1st world problems.
Nobility is completely subjective, and these morals are not determined by a vocal minority.
We cannot call a company unethical just because a small portion of us dosent like the mechanics. The reason why this model even exists is because there is enough demand from the mobile gaming demographic. All we can do for now is not buy it and hope that the model becomes unsustaniable.