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#1 Posted by _Brojangles_ (39 posts) -

Inquisition ranged from mediocre at best, to trash at worst. There were a few interesting story sequences like the Grey Warden arc, and some of the environments looked cool. But a very large portion of Inquisition's content was boring, fetch quest filler. The combat system was arguably the worst of the three games. They fell into the trap of trying to appeal to people that loved Origins and hated Dragon Age 2 and vice-versa. Inquisition's quality and consistency are all over the place as a result. It blows my mind how Bioware pumped out these genuinely good looking environments, but were completely incapable of creating an inventory menu that not only was inferior to the previous two game's, but well below industry standards for a game released in 2014.

I could rant all day about how depressing I find the Dragon Age series has been handled. I'll spare everyone that nightmare.

If Andromeda is anything like Mass Effect 2, or even 3 (minus that dogshit ending) I'd be more than satisfied. The more I hear about the game though, the less I find myself interested.

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#2 Posted by _Brojangles_ (39 posts) -

BF4, and even BF3 had too much bloat with their number of often confusing attachments and impractical gadgets.

They dumbed it back down to BC2 levels where everything made sense and the customization was easy to understand and the overall experience is so much better for it.

The maps this time around are top-notch too compared to BF4. I hope we see more historic Battlefields from Dice in the future. They do the historic settings better than the modern ones in my opinion.

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#3 Edited by _Brojangles_ (39 posts) -

I'm gonna be the first (and maybe only) one to say this.

Bloodborne is my least favorite souls game. Specifically for its lack of variety compared to the other games. It's good enough, but it doesn't really have a hold on me like the other 4 games do.

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#4 Edited by _Brojangles_ (39 posts) -

LOVE Majora's Mask.

And although I liked it at the time. I'm not big on Wind Waker these days. I'd sooner replay Twilight Princess, and that's like the most average ass Zelda you can get.

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#5 Posted by _Brojangles_ (39 posts) -

As someone that has played Team Fortress 2 extensively on PC. This kind of behavior is significantly more common on the PC platform.

There is a lot of bleed-over between Team Fortress 2 and Overwatch so they attract the same kind of players. But so far everything has been smooth playing on console.

There was one instance where some guy was just spewing hate through a mic. I've had the team chat off since then, and everything has been dandy otherwise.

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#6 Edited by _Brojangles_ (39 posts) -

warchief123 marked this as the best answer

I haven't played it as I mainly play on console aside from a few game that can run on a low power laptop. But I'm almost certain that I remember hearing that there is an offline mode now?

From what I assume, and what I've heard. It still only bandages the problem of the game just being overall really mediocre, I'd say you're better off getting one of the older games in the franchise.

Also, if you haven't played it already. Cities Skylines is a very good alternative if you want something more modern. I've heard nothing but praise for it.

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#7 Posted by _Brojangles_ (39 posts) -

Just got into overwatch this past week, and I'm curious how balance changes work on ps4. Do they have to issue a standard ps4 update (which requires certification through Sony) or can they issue changes directly through the game executable (I think I've heard of games doing this before. Dark Souls/Mortal Kombat come to mind).

Certification unfortunately.

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#8 Posted by _Brojangles_ (39 posts) -

All I wanted was a traditional console with Strong first party support Nintendo is known for and the third party support they experienced back in the SNES era.

This looks like only one of those things.

Not interested,

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#9 Edited by _Brojangles_ (39 posts) -

The Classic PS3 Store layout was so much easier to navigate. There was no need for the change a few years back.

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#10 Edited by _Brojangles_ (39 posts) -

@alkusanagi: Ahh, that makes sense. Thanks for the clarification.

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