Coming to Souls games for graphics lol
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Really excited about it just being current generation platforms.
I was hoping this was going to be a Silver Age Batman game so I was bummed to hear this at first but yes, just PC and the current gen stuff means this is hopefully big and really open. I mean think about it, if in the game you can really do stuff like pop out of your Batmobile at any time in a bigger environment and jump back in it could start having some Just Cause like craziness going on.
@oldirtybearon: agreed on all points. I had a save game corruption so I know about that one well playing on console.
Obsidian's story telling doesn't really click with me like it does for a lot of people (and I'm big into RPGs and think I have a good taste for deep storytelling too *shrug*) and so to me Obsidian's games flaws stand out for me a lot. I suppose for others the story gets past that. And I can get how that could work. I had to replay 4 episodes of Walking Dead after getting a save file corrupted and did it because I loved the story enough I didn't care (and yeah, endured wonky action too).
I've had appreciation for their games though. I enjoyed KOTOR II, appreciated what Alpha Protocol was (though didn't like the story) and I am actually very excited for South Park and expect to love it. Project Eternity looks really promising too. I hope I like every RPG out there.
I don't think anyone was saying it was bad, but enough games are released that most people only have time for the really good stuff and therefore anything that is scoring <80 people don't bother with.
Well the point of this thread is that game companies care about the score plenty (and base salary off of it).
Anyways though, I know I didn't give a fuck. Game did have legit issues though that could bother some people more than others. Obsidian fans don't care much it seems, and that's cool, other people do though.
What is the point of it being a mmo then? Sounds like you just want a big open world rpg like Skyrim.
I agree. But the thing being missed is that there are games getting at what MMOs do from the other side. I'm thinking what Diablo was doing, Neverwinter Nights, Borderlands, and I think Destiny looks like the next step. Single players with multiplayer that start feeling and playing bigger and bigger with the scale.
My issue with MMOs is I always have to accept what I see as inferior gameplay. I like that games with what I find to be better gameplay are becoming more MMO-like though because I do love the persistence and social aspects.
Please let me know how you feel by the end. I really wanted to love Shadowrun Returns but the flaws annoyed me so much (and disappointed me since I was actually thinking about diving deep into the editor leading up to release).
tipping seems to be a very american thing. good service is in the price, excellent service warrants a tip.
Because minimum wage is bullshit in America. If it wasn't for tips a lot of people working these type jobs wouldn't be able to make it.
Reminds me of that discussion Jeff had on the Bombcast about Australian minimum wage. Here in NC minimum wage is 7.50 an hour and companies would love to just pay you that.