BoOzak's forum posts

#1 Posted by BoOzak (908 posts) -

Vanquish, GOD HAND, Wonderful 101.

Yes! Even though those games (with the exception of Vanquish's troll ending) felt pretty self containted there's so many ways they could be expanded on gameplay wise that i'm surprised nobody has attempted to emulate what those games did.

I'd like a new Onimusha similiar to the first two. Jean Reno is a cool dude but keep him out of my video games.

#2 Edited by BoOzak (908 posts) -
@xymox said:

I'd also be pleasantly surprised if this thing supported Miibos out of the box and not require you to buy additional hardware for that functionality, when it comes, but that's also probably not gonna happen.

I'm pretty sure that's what built-in NFC means.

I'm gonna wait for the "new" 3DS XL deluxe turbo...

or a new Metroid game for 3DS, whichever comes first.

#3 Posted by BoOzak (908 posts) -

I do enjoy the infamous series and the trailer makes it look interesting story wise so I pre-ordered it. However playstation canceled my digital pre-order and blocked it. Is that because they haven't got their preloading working down here in Australia or is that how it works?

Same thing happend to me (UK) I havent tried to re-pre-order it yet because PSN is acting up, so I dont know if it's blocked but it seems like a weird thing to do. I am looking forward to it though. Festival of Blood was awesome.

#4 Posted by BoOzak (908 posts) -

I hope characters like Doctor Mario and Toon Link are a bit more differentiated this time round. I know clustered fighting rosters are cool and everything but I'd prefer it if they made room for unique characters. There's something about how the characters are arranged that makes me think this is fake, but I voted "real" before I saw the pictures ;p

#5 Edited by BoOzak (908 posts) -

@corruptedevil: I guess me not giving a shit about exclusive content and preferring the controller count for nothing? I'm just saying there are plenty of good reasons and I just named a few.

#6 Edited by BoOzak (908 posts) -

This question is just which console do you own and if you own both there is almost no reason to not play the PS4 version due to exclusive content.

I own both and i'm renting the XB1 version due to having more friends who have that console. And since I rent most my games anyway i'm used to being left out on great pre-order "exclusives". And personally I prefer the Xbox One's controller for shooters.

#7 Edited by BoOzak (908 posts) -

Personally I prefer the new look, I hated what they did to her in corruption, she looked a bit too cartoony and it didnt really fit with tone of the prime series. Now she looks more like she did in Other M which say what you will about that game but they at least got her look right.

Boobs are a bit much though, and I say that as a DOA fan.

#8 Edited by BoOzak (908 posts) -
  1. Metal Gear Solid 2: Substance
  2. Metal Gear Solid
  3. Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance
  4. Metal Gear Solid: Twin Snakes
  5. Metal Gear Solid 4
  6. Metal Gear Solid 3: Subsistance
  7. Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker
  8. Metal Gear Solid: Ground Zeroes
  9. Metal Gear Solid: VR Missions

I didnt mark the original versions of 2&3 because they've become obsolete.

I do intend to play the original Metal Gears at some point but I doubt i'll play the AC!D games, or Portable Ops unless they make an HD version for current or last gen consoles.

#9 Edited by BoOzak (908 posts) -

@sgtsphynx said:

@shivoa said:

I'm going to bet my answer is also going to be, by far, the most common: HL2.

Yep, the reason Steam was originally installed on a computer I owned.

Same, except it was more like 'forced to play on Steam' instead of 'the first game I bought on Steam' I think The Orange Box may have been first game I bought on Steam. (£25 for HL2, HL2:E1, HL2:E2, Portal, TFT2 & Peggle EX: Orange Box Edition! how times have changed...)

#10 Posted by BoOzak (908 posts) -

Witcher isn't really an Action RPG since the combat is such a small portion of it. 90% of the gameplay is walking around talking to people and inventory management.

When you compare it to something like Diablo sure. But the first two Witchers had a lot of combat. And there's so many different sub genres of RPGs it's getting harder and harder to categorise them.

Anyway, as ive said before in the 'Witcher v DA' thread. The Witcher 3. It isnt even close. I loved the original Dragon Age for it's mechanics but I could not care less about the universe or any of it's characters and that's kind of a problem in an RPG.

And Shadow of Mordor is an action-adventure. It's basicly Batman in Middle-Earth. Which is fine. But i'm kind of burnt out on that formula. (the nemesis system seems cool though)