I just finished Metro 2033 last week or so, and it easily one of the best shooters i have ever played. It definantly is not the same game when it was first released(played the first hour in 2010 and didnt go back), but the only way to play the game is on hardcore and enjoy. The biggest surprise is really at the end watching credits roll, i bet there is less than 50 people that worked on the game specifically not counting marketing, etc. That imo, is crazy. My only wish after playing was D.I.C.E. was there for sound design for gunfire. The sound design was good, but not DICE good. Cant wait to jump into Last Light.
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This is the second time i have posted today and ill say it again, I just started playing Sleeping Dogs($7 on steam, i think) and i cant recommend it enough. Everything that as been said is true and thats never been the case. Also, open world city not my favorite, but everything about SD is addicting.
I just started playing Sleeping Dogs($7 dollars, i think on steam) and i cant recommend it enough. Everything that has been said about that game is true, one of the few that i would agree.
Also, Far Cry 3 was only $10 yesterday, and if you wait, i think Splinter Cell Blacklist will be like $15 today or tomorrow. Thats usually how the sales roll out newer titles.
I really cant believe more games did not explore how your actions in one game effected the next game in the series. Though you have to be at least be successful first. ME is one of the best and knowing the talent they have, cant wait to see where it goes next.
@mannymar: I have never been a MP player, but that had me hooked for months. I almost got every achievement except for the MP clearing that map with the bridge in the middle, a total Mf'er. But damn fun. One of the games i hope they revisit because it was totally underrated. Oh crap, just remembered i wrote i review on that:http://www.giantbomb.com/warhammer-40000-space-marine/3030-23708/user-reviews/2200-25309
Nice blog as always AW. As with any PC, or any game for that matter i am patiently waiting while patches and updates are released. Both the Banner Saga and Blackguards have been in my Steam Wishlist for a long time and have already seen in their short release window some significant updates, mainly to balance issues, bugs, etc. Im not into the backing of games as you, but looking at your list, it almost mirrors my wishlist exactly. So eager to get into Wasteland 2, and the new Divinity is looking nice. Its good to see turn based making such a comeback, and btw dont forget DLC for Shadowrun Returns i think drops at the end of the month.
Dont buy games day one, week one or 2. Problem is usually addressed and fixed which gives the best experience. Its your dollar, all i am saying is a never have had any problems with games for a long time following that simple rule.