I will buy the first game on PSN only if the game is discounted on price. $60 or £40 in the UK is way too much for a 2007 game I believe.
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I'm playing AC Brotherhood now coming off of AC2 and then AC1. Yep I was playing them inline all the way through and I have to say that AC2 was a massive improvement over AC1 in terms of the combat system being slightly easier, the free running being faster and the graphics looking better with the improved level level design where the story flowed more naturally. Brotherhood is slighlty better than AC2 with the kill streak combat system and the assassisns guild system in works. But my problem with the AC games and this is for all of them is the combat which works and then does'nt work. Somethimes when I try to draw a weapon nothing happens and I'm being bashed hard by spears as a result. Other times when your running on chasing someone's who needs to be assassinated the crowed come in the way and even though the correct target is highlighted Altair or Ezio will assassinate the crowed, innocent civillians, with a double hidden blade kill happening sometimes. Civillians used not be allowed t be killed in AC games because that's not even fun, so why make it possible. Also a problem I had when playing Brotherhood was I was in a killstreak and the last man took the sword to the chest. Now in brotherhood Ezio will sometimes use two weapons to take down two guards down at once, but the guy Ezio took down was a inncoent civillian standing watching the fight where as soon as Ezio killed the guard by placing his sword in the guards chest he shot one of the rounds from his gun into a civillian which I had no control over the action. Theres some groofy shit in AC games and with the combat I hoped it would have been Batman Arkham type of unstoppable easy badass killing. But if it becomes trouble some then that's a real problem because combat is the way to assassinate. When I kill someone who is the assassinated target and then get surrounded by heavy gaurds all around, I kill all of them befre leaving instead of running like a coward.
Too many games. Better really, but only if you have the cash. This is the plan for me anyway, buy a game play it fully then go buy the other. Even if it's not a launch buy, just buy it latter on and hope the price cut has happened.
Well at least there will be AC3, Borderlands 2, Black Ops 2 which looks pretty cool and being different from the usual COD repetitive crap. In a way since AC3 and especially Borderlands 2 which will be incredibly long play through, having Bioshock Infinite pushed back will give less stress on completing the others games too quickly.
If the overall complete price for the Xbox 360, Kinect and Xbox live Gold Membership is more than buying everything straight away from a store then why would you go ahead and do this crap subscription. If the deal was overall cheaper then yes, defiantly is a great deal but when the deal shows your actually paying more overall then who's daft enough to go ahead and give them their bank details. If people think that this will save them money in the long run because they are paying for the equipment through short payments monthly, then your missing the major point which is your paying more in the long run.
The best experience of watching an E3 press conference is actually sitting there for real. You have to endure all the crap about how well systems are selling and all that boring crap but when the games get playing especially the most anticipated games on the massive screen it has to be the best. Those lucky game journalists.
They are going to charge you through buying DLC to see more of ME3 which is crazy. This is defiantly going to happen, even if the DLC is something which should have been placed in the game because it's integral they will charge you to see and play it. If this is the case then I would wager money in saying that the vast majority of ME3 players won't pay for the DLC and in fact move on to the next game coming out.