dr_mantas's forum posts
Eh, sure. I just feel there's a separation between games as interactive physical experiences and a form of relaxation, where you slump in front of a TV or monitor with a controller or mouse and keyboard. Minimal movement - maximum control.
The other is the jumping around, shouting and moving kind of gaming. It's a different experience, and might be enabled by whatever motion control, voice activated gimmick that's popular for the day.
And personally, if I reach a point where I want to play virtual ball toss, I'd rather actually go outside and toss some balls. Not digitally, in my living room.
The DLC was pretty good, but I felt a bit better about the story and how the universe wrapped after the main game. Now I don't really understand the ending. And the parts I do get seem pretty haphazard.
This just adds weird wrinkles to everything, and it's pretty depressing as well.