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@marino said:

@adam1808 said:

There's a disturbing lack of Wolfenstein on this list.

@believer258 said:

Where's Wolfenstein? I'll be surprised if that isn't one of GB's top ten 2014 games.

Haven't played it. Just wasn't really interested in it.

A lot of people seem to have expressed the same sentiment but wound up liking it. If you like shooters at all, give it a shot. It's one of the best we've had in years.

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@spctre said:

Shovel Night is that good, huh?

Shovel Knight is fantastic.

Where's Wolfenstein? I'll be surprised if that isn't one of GB's top ten 2014 games.

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@00 said:

It's hardly surprising that it just looks like the PS4 version at half the framerate and at a lower resolution. The new consoles aren't really powerful enough to do much more than that.

Actually, I think the current gen version still runs at 30 frames per second, but it's a more solid 30, whereas this version drops sometimes. Never too dramatically to make it unplayable, though.

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...I thought this was funny.

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So the ten minutes of actual gameplay are pretty funny, but this writing is the worst I've seen in some time. And there's so much of it!

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As someone who put EOIV really high on his list of favorite games played in 2013 - I agree that this series might be releasing entries a little too often. Wizardry-style first person dungeon crawling is awesome, and I'm glad these games are making money, but it seems like the kind of thing that one could burn out on extremely fast.

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The image of a bloody teddy bear and bloody tears that you only see for a half-second are emo as fuck. Just noting something.

As someone who thoroughly enjoys both Etrian Odyssey and Personas 3 and 4, I'll probably get this.

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Every action makes somebody die or get injured in some way. No thanks.

Yeah, this seems like "do you want to do horrible things to barely characterized pixelated guy A or barely characterized pixelated guy B?"

I am all for tough decisions and such, but this just seems a little sadistic from the trailer. I hope the actual game justifies these kinds of decisions in some way. Also, to note, "tough decisions" and "sadistic choices" only hold weight and impact when they come occasionally. If every mission involves them, then it will be about as impactful as blowing up dudes in Brutal Doom.

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This is really my first time seeing this game and I think it looks pretty great.

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I've been enjoying Wolfenstein The New Order a whole lot. I've only just made it to the concentration camp, though, and I can see where the tone is kinda shaky.