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post #3376 of 4768

I was coming from fallout 3 (hundreds of hours, and more open world). I should have played Deus Ex first then. 

post #3377 of 4768

Tomb Raider - 8.5/10.  Sometimes too over dramatic for me, but I'm enjoying the game.

Crysis 3 - 7/10.  A bit disappointing so far, but I need more playtime on it.

Starcraft 2 Heart of the Swarm - 9/10.  The new units in multi-player have definitely brought an interesting dynamic back into the stale WOL game.  Single player so far has been engaging, hopefully it keeps it up farther in.

post #3378 of 4768
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Crysis 3 - 7/10.  A bit disappointing so far, but I need more playtime on it.

 

I wouldn't call it disappointing. Oh, maybe if you are bad playing the game wink.gif

post #3379 of 4768

I find Crysis 3 as visually stunning. Other aspects a bit meh.. for me

post #3380 of 4768
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I find Crysis 3 as visually stunning. Other aspects a bit meh.. for me


thats really how I feel about that series of games. Its just an average shooter with great visuals.

post #3381 of 4768

I might have liked Crysis 3 if I hadn't played Far Cry 3. Far Cry 3 was much better. cool.gif

post #3382 of 4768

Yes far cry 3 amazing :D

post #3383 of 4768

Does this song remind you something guys? 

 

post #3384 of 4768

I see the word "Skrillex" so I'm not going to listen to that, but I'm going to assume since we're talking about FC3 that that's the song from one of the missions. The song was so unbelievably annoying I had to play that segment with my headphones off.

post #3385 of 4768
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I see the word "Skrillex" so I'm not going to listen to that, but I'm going to assume since we're talking about FC3 that that's the song from one of the missions. The song was so unbelievably annoying I had to play that segment with my headphones off.

 

lol

annoying for me also, when losing on hard difficulty. 

post #3386 of 4768

Im currently playing far cry 3 as well, and its an amazing game. I have only progressed the story line a little, but have mostly been getting radio towers and bases.

post #3387 of 4768

Slender: The Arrival - 8/10

Definitely the best Slender Man game but I had to wait for it the entire night just to find out that it's actually really short. Although I guess that's why it cost me 5 buck to pre-order and is $10 now.

post #3388 of 4768

Alright, with 60 Hours on Ni No Kuni: Wrath Of the White Witch, I can safely give it a rating I feel; unless the ending just turns into a giant Screw you that is.

I'm going to write pretty much a full review for it with out delving into the story too much and no spoilers.

 

Graphics: This game is beautiful; one of the few cell shaded games this gen that I would say did it perfectly. The other being Prince of Persia as no matter how you feel about that game; graphically it was stunning just as this is. The over world map is just breath taking and the town are brimming with details. This game really reminds you what more modern RPG's have been missing and that's character. Every single city is so different and has such a unique character to it; all the people in the towns have their own stories to tell you; and everything is designed marvelously. Aside from the lack of antialasing which really isn't to noticeable 90% of the time the visuals of this game are a perfect 10/10 in my book; nothing is skimped on, nothing is just a low rez LOD stuck where you're not supposed to see it, everything was crafted with care. A choice I noticed was the color pallet although colorful is split between greens and reds, there are a lot of color choices based around those two colors; and its a nice change up from the hyper vibrant xtrem throwing colors at the screen attitude that seems to follow cell shaded games. The designers had a competent color scheme they wanted to stick with and I think it works very well. The game is very vibrant but as I said; it has a color pallet the designers chose and stuck with. The animations are fabulous as well; just really really well done. Everything has a realistic movement to them and its so fluid. The game tends to run at 40-60 frames a second but stutters pretty badly when certain actions are takes; its not too common but it does happen.

 

Game play: Great battle game play, a little hard to get the hang of but still great over all. Here's where I have problem with this game. Way way too much hand holding, It's clear this game was made to pretty much be peoples first JRPG; not I don't suggest discounting this game because of that as there is still plenty of complexity to it and a much deeper storyline than a "child's" game would have. BUT, every boss fight you have your hand held; no really challenging puzzles take place; and the tutorial really lasts the entire game which seems odd but they are just feeding you little bits of information about more complex aspects of its game play and crafting. so 7/10 on the game play; the battle system is awesome, the rest of the game play is a tad average but very fun none the less.

 

Story: The story's pretty good as well; it falls into the typical JRPG trap a few times but is still unique and sets its self apart. The first thing however; its a tad dark for a game a kid would play...like really dark at times actually. 8/10

 

So over all, its a great game. it has just hundreds of hours of things to do I'm sure, I'm only a little over 3/4's done with the story and I have already tackled a morrowind sized amount of side quests. The rewards for doing these side quests are well worth it and well...it has this pokemon aspect to it that I'm just addicted to right now. I give it a 9/10, its great game thats going to keep you hooked for a long time; the endgame aspect seems to go on forever from the hints I have seen in game and the pokeymans are just too fun not to catch

post #3389 of 4768

Anybody got any first impressions of bioshock infinite?

post #3390 of 4768
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Anybody got any first impressions of bioshock infinite?

I like what I've played so far, but I feel like I've spent just as much time tweaking the settings to run smooth on an nvidia card as I have playing the game. So I'm not too far into it yet.

 

But so far the environments are really cool and there's a good deal of action. I still don't know what the crap is happening story-wise as I'm going in blind, haven't watched any previews or anything.

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