Man - the RotJ clip still crushes me. I miss that duder.
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As a seasoned CCG/LCG player, I'll say that its pretty good. It plays fast and has some great "collect everything" hooks, which make these games addictive. The rules are simple, but there is some strategy, and mistakes can easily be made. However, it can be a swingy luck fest that even a really good player can't overcome. In these types of games, you often ask which is better, a strong deck piloted by an average player, or an average deck piloted by an expert. In this game, its all about the deck. This isn't necessarily a bad thing, but they have sacrificed building a steeper skill curve in order to make the game more accessible and fun. Thats fine for most people. For others, who want a dynamic and shifting meta, you won't find it here. Not yet, at least.
I will add a comment that might make me sound like a snob. I wish they would bring over a pro from the CCG/LCG design world to help them build out the meta curve. They've done a remarkable job so far. Eventually, though, having designers who are video game designers by day isn't going to carry you to the promise land. No matter how much of a fan of those games you are.
So ... can anyone tell me where that Bluebeard guy comes from? ... I read up on him after I finished and he seems so be an serial murderer that chopped his brides heads off, but you have no contact with him yet he shows up as a suspect (had I known the brides thing I might have picked him) ... now it seems strange to me that he pretty much is in there without any further explenation?
When you first enter Bigby's apartment, he has a folder on Bluebeard on his desk.
Also - once you look at it, it adds one of those Fable Stories or whatever to the menu. In there, it specifically mentions that the guy cuts people's heads off.
I went to Lawrence first because, well, fuck Toad. Dudes an asshole.
To answer some of the questions. When you show up at Lawrence's place, he is dead. But then he revives. Someone (Dee) breaks into the apartment, at which point, you hand the gun to Lawrence and hide in the closet. If you jump out of the closet and get the jump on Dee, Lawrence lives. If you stay in the closet too long (what I did), Lawrence shoots himself in the head.
One time I was standing in a road as Trevor. Had my phone open and was looking at a gas station. A car pulls into the gas station, parks, and then blows up. Then the tanks exploded. Then the building. It was insane. Turned around and turned back, station was back to normal. Lol.
@kidavenger: you should do a bit more research. Panic is one of the premiere Mac developers in the business. They set the tone and the trend for many of the modern design you see around today. Probably one of the highest regarded developers in the business. But hey - your 2 seconds of looking entitles you to your opinion.
So this issue will probably exist in the PSN version of the game, right? That sucks.
Exactly the question I have. Now I might have to get a retail version.... which means I might just get the 360 version.
Wait - was it true that they didn't allow shoes in the theater, due to the wishes of Mrs Davis? If true - that is absolutely awesome.