Add it to the other pile of movies based on games that have been announced, but have gone nowhere for years now. After hearing the talk about where that Uncharted movie was going before it got canned, and the fact most games turned into movies change a lot from the game if they even get made, this doesn't leave me with much hope. Either way the game itself is still fantastic.
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I don't hate this game, im actually in the middle of the directors cut version, its just that i really liked all the trailers they put out for this game.
@chaser324: Yeah, but i was thinking of it as a instant one hit knockout, but you still have to point the analog stick at the next guy and they have the same lightning bolt style "im attacking next so hit me" thing, and maybe different weapons and armor deciding on how you take them down. It would add a little variety and challenge rather then just running up to a group of guys and tapping a button 3 times to take out 3 guys, while still keeping the pace.
that takedown looks like the exact same mechanic as Peacewalker. Hard to tell without any UI tho. As soon as I finish Peacewalker I'll see if I'm still longing for some more Big Boss action :)
Yep. I really liked the way CQC worked in Peace Walker, so I'm thrilled to see that it's getting carried into Ground Zeroes / Phantom Pain.
I don't know... The CQC in peacewalker worked because it was meant to acomodate the sub par PSP control scheme. The multi ennemie insta takedown was kind of ridiculous.
Completely agree, it trivialized the CQC in Peacewalker. It was much better in MGS4 and I would hope it was more similar to that with some of the features from Peacewalker carrying over.
Now i just want them to steal the combat from the Batman games for CQC, but this is what i always think when hand to hand combat in games is brought up nowadays.
Wait till you get the PS3 then buy the Legacy Collection. I assume you haven't played a Metal Gear game before, so story wise you could only play two out of the three games in the HD collection (you could play MGS2, but its better if you have played MGS1). Also MGS1 and MGS4 are big games in the series and are not in the HD collection, so you are better off getting those as well.
Taking out guys is more fun, but its not as satisfying as sneaking past everyone and completing an objective without anyone noticing, so i guess i vote "more" because it is technically the more fun way for me. But given the option i will try and stealth it without take-downs, unless there are obvious benefits like in Human Revolution where you gain more XP for doing take-downs rather then just slip past.
@gnsdemon: Keep in mind too a new PS3 is only $199. If 3 of you are willing to buy $50 cards just throw in an extra $50 and get the guy a PS3. Consider it a Christmas or birthday gift from all of you guys or something. Plus then he gets to play all the amazing stuff on PS3.
This is what i would do if you guys are willing to spend the $60-50 and weren't intending to pay for Live anytime soon. That just seams like the more financially sensible investment to me if all you are going to do is play one game on Live vs. a onetime purchase of a new console for someone. That way you guys all get your Dark Souls on, and he keeps the PS3 and can enjoy all the exclusive games on his own after.