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It also does look like more Infamous which i suppose is great for fans but i grew pretty tired of the gameplay sometime through Infamous 2. And the one thing i found to be the most annoying in both the previous game was the overwhelming amount of enemies. Getting shot at from all directions by 20 or more enemies at the same time, while not particularly difficult to deal with given how powerful you are just becomes very tedious very quickly and it still seems to be the case in this new one.
This is what I thought after watching about ten minutes of the video. The amount of enemies shooting at you at all times in the first two games, became incredibly tiring and is probably the main reason why I have always liked, but not loved those games. I will be really disappointed if you still get spammed with rockets in certain sections.
I'm definitely getting the game, it looks fun, but I'll be surprised if this game is anything more than just more infamous.
People should play on whatever they think is fun. I remember having a conversation about The Last of Us where I was told I'd have more fun if I played it on hard. Sure, normal was completely manageable and I didn't have any real problems getting to the end, but I had the maximum amount of fun I was likely to get out of it.
I always play Halo or Gears on the hard setting and that usually feels ok, in the case of Gears totally manageable. I don't fail all that often on hardcore, but if I was to automatically go to insane I'd have very little fun at all, same with veteran in Call of Duty. You never know how the game is balanced until you start playing it. All games are different and people should play them any way they want to.
When I first got my PS2 I'd play games on the easiest setting and progress through all of the difficulties until I got to the hardest I could handle. I liked doing that back then. I was fully prepared to beat Devil May Cry and Metal Gear Solid 2 on the hardest difficulties by doing that, I doubt I would have had the same, great experiences with those games if I'd have jumped right into the hardest modes.
Oh wow, that looks fantastic. The second I saw it I thought it looked similar to the Mega Man ZX game I own.
Never! I could listen to my favourite albums every single day. I quite often have a single album that I listen to every single day, occasionally multiple times. And even if I do get a little tired of something I come back to it a month later and my love for it is renewed all over again. The only thing that really ever ruins albums or music for me is when it's attached to bad past memories.