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Hell no! I just watched that DLC trailer and as fun as that Mighty No.9 costume is, the way that game looks and its atrocious attempts at humour(?????) are the worst. Maybe it's a Bulletstorm kinda deal where the trailers were really offputting, but the game was genuinely funny. Spark really don't have the best track record.
Pretty high. Saints Row IV on the PS3 locked up 32 times (yeah, I counted) before it was patched. There was a point where I thought I was going to be unable to finish it. It was mostly at a checkpoint near the end, but if it was a game where I lost hours of progress I think I'd just let it go. It depends on how much I'm enjoying the game I guess.
I was surprised at how drunk Michael Biehn sounds when he says his lines in Aliens Colonial Marines.
I feel pretty similarly about both the Infamous games. I prefer that the first game used the comic book style cutscenes over the more traditional mo-capped stuff in two. (I know they're still in two, but there's far less of it) That's not to say that they're bad, they just seemed to fit the superhero origin thing a lot better. I like the Infamous games, but don't love them.
Thankfully Zeke is far more likable in the sequel and the varied amount of music in two is incredible, I don't think there's another game that sounds like it. I hated the rocket spamming in two and the sections where you had to charge generators while holding off an insane amount of enemies really put me off of wanting to play that game on hard for a final trophy.
I really liked the vampire DLC-thing a lot. It was a nice short evening's entertainment and gave you a really great way to travel around the city fast and efficiently.
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.