JustinAquarius's forum posts

#1 Posted by JustinAquarius (207 posts) -

Too bad Trials is the better game.

#2 Posted by JustinAquarius (207 posts) -

"For the statisticians among us, Ubisoft notes that shooters make up 30% of the industry, while driving games make up 8%. This explains, the company noted, why Ubisoft will be more shooter focused in coming years."

So, wouldn't you want to make a racing game and market the shit out of it and be slightly unique and make more money, rather than dump an indistinguishable shitty FPS product into a sea of indistinguishable shitty FPSs in an oversaturated market?

BUSINESS

#3 Posted by JustinAquarius (207 posts) -

don't play, haven't played, never will.

#4 Posted by JustinAquarius (207 posts) -

hell yesssssssssssssssss

#5 Posted by JustinAquarius (207 posts) -

Looks amazing.

#6 Posted by JustinAquarius (207 posts) -

Might be top 3 in the worst games made for a next-gen console. Everything about it is pretty bad. First console game I've ever seen where you have to open a dev-console to turn off grass textures just so the game can go above 15fps. Everything about the game is just horribly done. Story, voice acting, animations, coding, features.. everything. I seriously cannot believe it got approved for public release.

#7 Posted by JustinAquarius (207 posts) -

All my Bestbuy had was Magic Johnson. Wanted Larry Bird though (of course, i'm from Indiana)

#8 Posted by JustinAquarius (207 posts) -

Think about the number of open world games you've played. Now think about how many of them actually managed to make you feel like you were a part of a living, breathing world.

This is so true. I remember getting GTA3 on release morning, before it had all the hype. And I remember, after a day of nonstop playing, just standing at the docks on the first island watching the sun rise, and thinking, "Wow. This is amazing." Never really had a moment like that with a game since then.

#9 Posted by JustinAquarius (207 posts) -

First I've even heard of this coming to 360/PS3, neat.

#10 Posted by JustinAquarius (207 posts) -

I knew publishers took MetaCritic very seriously, but I didn't think that meant they took the USER reviews seriously too.