I felt the game reached a peak difficulty wise with the Ornstein and Smough battle. After that the game opens up and you have some choices as to how you want to attack the rest of the game. That choice eased the difficulty for me because then I didn't feel trapped working on the same thing over and over until I got past it by sheer will alone. If I didn't like an area and wanted to tackle it later.. I could. Made all the difference.
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Silicon Knight's argument is lunacy. "Using license fees from Too Human to fund Gears of War". Are you insane?" (Dyack?) It's like someone doesn't have a clue how this business works. EPIC licenses their game engine. To many developers besides Silicon Knights. That's part of their revenue stream. They also develop and publish video games. No wonder SK went down in flames.
Bioshock infinite bummed me. I reached a point (much like AC III) that the game just bored me and I couldn;t' continue on. Oh well, maybe I missed the best parts. I'm just now getting in to AC IV and liking iit (with some caveats) but I think I'll actually finish it. Antichamber- man what a mind-bender. Didn't finish it as it kind of broke my pea-brain. But loved what I did play of it.
Overall, I don't have much to play on my Xbox One, although from what I'm seeing from AC IV I think the future looks bright. Considering the publisher's comments regarding the next one in the series, I look forward to seeing what AC V looks like. And we wont have to wait soon, normally they seem to unveil and start pumping the next AC game in the first couple months of the year.
I've been playing me some Mario 3D world and while it wouldn't take my top ten list it's pretty good. I'm also not far enough in to AC IV to understand why people are digging it. Honestly AC has become such a bore to me I'm having a hard time keeping going until it gets "good". Dead Rising 3 isn't striking as a DR game but from what I heard I need to keep going until the awesome happens. Hrmm. And Bioshock. Holy Christ I loved Bioshock. One of the defining games of the generation. But man, couldn't even complete Bioshock Infinite before getting bored with it. What's happening? Have I reached game saturation to the point I can't feel strongly about any game at all? I did like Zelda but not enough to make it a game of the year contender. Music is awesome. Great. Dungeons are not great to look at. Boo.
I dunno. I'll keep playing Mario for now as I haven't unlocked all the levels yet. The best game experience I've had all year involves a game that came out in 2011. It involves things such as "souls" and "humanities".
I have yet to play animal crossing. Maybe it's about time since I've never played an animal crossing game before. And screw Pokémon. I've played Pokémon and I'm done playing Pokémon games.
dark souls is the game of the generation for me. Not even a question. I'd put Portal 2 in the 2nd place spot.
I agree- I've had similar issues in finding stuff on this site. But GiantBomb isn't alone here. I could name another large game site that is worse. To find stuff on that site I usually google search for it simply because I can't locate the content within the site itself. you would think it would be relatively easy to arrange things under main sections and drill down for content and include a sitemap somewhere to help you find what you want.. but it seems to be more complicated than that. I yes, using search is usually a futile process.
sorry but I don't really care. I have steam and a gaming PC and I play PC games occasionally. I can run an HDMI cable to my TV and play PC games with a wireless 360 controller on my TV. What's the point of this box again? Next gen consoles are coming out this year so the idea of stuffing another box next to those boxes is not appealing. Valve needs to bring something new to the table for this to be interesting at all.