I agree with you, dishonored wasn't that good. It had one mode, it was too short.... And I've explained all this before
Anyway, does anyone have pikmin 3, because I'm thinking of getting it and I'm wondering if its as good as the past titles (yes, I know a Nintendo game is a bit off topic)
Insaneyokel wrote:Might wait and see more info on this. Hopefully you guys will get more opportunities to have hands on time with it. I know that usually you have made some good calls with games and have helped me to avoid some stinkers
Dave2123 wrote:I love stealth games, but from what I've heard and seen, this is a lot like dishonored and, I know I'm in the minority, but I just didn't click with that game. I don't know why I didn't like it as much as everyone else (it came covered in game of the year stickers), but because of that, I don't think I'll be getting Thief.
Another point, why do all of these games feel the need to include a 'Focus' like attribute. Assassin's Creed, Splinter Cell, Far Cry etc (I blame Ubisoft); it just makes the game too easy and breaks the imersiveness, because it doesn't exist in real life? SC and AC might get away with it as Sam has his goggles and you are in the animus in AC (that's what I've always used as an excuse when AC has QTEs and the like), but Thief is set in the (sort of) past and he doesn't have any special goggles, so why does a circle suddenly appear in mid air when you can hit the guy on the chin? That can't happen in real life.
I hate to moan, but games this gen have been getting a lot easier than previous gen; I still have PS2 games that I haven't completed. What I'd like to see next gen is more challenging games. Not difficult games - I can put CoD on Veteran and it's quite difficult, but I want to have to think about how I'm going to achieve a certain set of objectives. That's why I loved AC3, because those optional objectives made you think: 'How can I kill him, eaves drop on them, and remain undetected?' I'd liked to see more of that next gen.
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