The rule of 2, which im glad PK also follows, and i do not buy games until at least 3 months after release.
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****Please note this is just for fun. I do not mean any harm, or hurt towards reviewers, readers of reviews or Titanfall itself. I'm just having stupid fun.******
Well, its almost time. No not the game, who cares about a game, please. I'm talking about the review! Yes, the review! I'm so excited to hear if Jeff will keep playing, or if IGN will continue to follow the money, and if that dastardly GameSpot keeps things interesting. Who cares about another online shooter with Mechs. Ok, well to be honest it is pretty cool, but seriously lets talk about the inevitable review. (really wish i could get into that review pool). So my formula for this goes as follows:
Former COD developers+Shooter*sticking it to Activison+Beta Love+non stop advertising for weeks+free copies for reviewers= 8.5-9.5 scores.
I have a feeling this is going to follow a very Nintendo like review which will contain the following, possible spoilers:
"Its very familiar, but fresh"
"There are a lot of memorable moments"
"If you were on the fence about buying an Xbox One, its time"
"The best shooter experience since COD 4"
"Left trigger to aim, right trigger to shoot"- Jeff Gerstamn, bank it.
"You have your standard TDM, and DM but also MDM, SDM, SNM and MOM all of which are AOK"
"Do you remember the first time you played COD 4 and were like Woa(Keanu reeves) and you kept playing and playing. Get ready to feel that way again"
"There is notable difference in the Xbox one version vs. PC, but not enough to lean one way or the other" - BS
"MS and Respawn gambling with only offering an online experience at full price, but it's worth every penny"
"Feels very Call of Duty, but with Mechs"
"Im committed to playing this online shooter for a long time"
Now its your turn GB community i want to see your ridiculous Titanfall review quotes. And maybe after reviews have hit we will look back and see just how ridiculous reviews really are.
BTW much respect for the team below.
Same here. I finished the first game a few weeks ago and while i think it is really good, it needed an editor really bad. The constant backtracking, if you do all the side quests and such, can really become annoying.
IMO if you want a full game experience you have to play a game on hard. As an example watch Jeff play shooters on normal. Can it be more boring if you never die? Challenge is the reason to play, if there is no challenge why start a game in the first place. There are occasions i will play a game on normal(rarely), but if that is how you play all games then to me your opinion of a game is incomplete.
Doesn't their entire business model revolve around remakes and rehashes to instil feelings of nostalgia in either parents or the players themselves? Over 150 Mario games and counting...
That was my thought exactly when i saw the post.
WaW is probably my favorite COD game but early Treyarch were terrible at abusing the respwaning of enemies(sort of ironic Respawn). A lot of cursing like a 12 yr old, and crying like a Nintendo fan but i earned it.
And i wouldn't necessarily call this one work, as someone who is not into MP, but damn it sure was a lot of fun and hope Relic at sometime will revisit Space marine.
My advice to all when it comes to building a PC is to start with a monitor. IF you are only going to be gaming at a max resolution of 1080P, then you can build a really nice, better than new gen consoles, for less than $800. Im currently still only using a dual core, 4 year old budget motherboard and 6gb RAM and an AMD 6500 card i bought a year or 2 ago. Im currently playing sleeping dogs on max settings, 1080p with no hic cups. if you are setting up to go dual monitor, crazy resolution than yes you will need the 2,000. My monitor is a Samsung 27' 1080P($200?) and i use Astro A50($300) and personally those 2 components are equally as important as the PC itself.
Best site for PC building info Tom's hardware