@chaser324: Nope, I feel the same way except for a few of the main roster guys. I am curious to see the new models for everyone though.
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Looking at the recently released achievements, there looks to be a 2k Showcase mode and some kind of NXT mode featuring NXT wrestlers. I don't think they've talked about either of those modes yet or even shown gameplay. Kinda surprised its only a one month delay.
@original_hank: Dark Souls is what I thought of as I've been playing through the game. Seems like it could have a cool lore, locations, races, etc, but everything kinda feels without context. They explain stuff but it's so quick and abstract it can be difficult to grasp what the hell is going on and what anyone's motives are. Seems like Bungie had a ton of ideas and couldn't necessarily figure out a way to present everything.
To anyone not digging the loot system right away, I'd say to just hang on. It starts coming pretty fast and furious, and the rarer an item, the more sub-categories you can unlock. I just finished up at Venus and am at level 18 and just unlocked legendary loot. Above that even is I believe, exotic loot. I feel like mechanically, this game is top notch. Art and sound design is incredible, some really atmospheric music. The story and narrative is just completely flat and unnecessary.
@crimsonavenger: This is Square Enix we're talking about, they need all the sales they can get. 80 million people own a 360. By Holiday 2015, there might be 20 million Xbox One owners. We'll be seeing 360 and PS3 versions of new releases for quite some time.
@forkboy: Fair enough, I probably should have just said reprehensible rather than morally reprehensible. Regardless, I feel fine condemning developers like this. These types of games all crib on the same mechanics and structure, offering little to zero innovation, creativity, or original content. And then, on top of that, they prey on the human psyche, poking and prodding at your brain until they hit the trigger that leads to one spending money on nothing.
It's pretty depressing to see all these mobile developers churning out lame, cookie cutter "games" and making money hand over fist. It's dirty and morally reprehensible.