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#1 Edited by PerfidiousSinn (750 posts) -

I wonder just how toned down the Nemesis system is on last-gen versions of Shadow of Mordor. I'd like to try the game but haven't upgraded consoles yet. It sounds fascinating and definitely should be used for Bully 2.

#2 Posted by PerfidiousSinn (750 posts) -

At some point in this season, I went from siding with Kenny on most things to realizing that he wasn't worth saving. I actually just got annoyed when he kept getting angrier and crazier in this episode, he went from being a likable-yet-flawed person to a complete asshole.

Awesome voice acting though.

#3 Edited by PerfidiousSinn (750 posts) -

Most people have played this when it was released months ago. Comes out the same month as new Assassin's Creed, Call of Duty, and Smash Bros.

Probably won't sell great.

#4 Posted by PerfidiousSinn (750 posts) -

I believe this game was for the Playstation 1. It's a third person brawler where you play as a tiger. I think there might have been kung fu or other martial arts involved?

#5 Posted by PerfidiousSinn (750 posts) -

State of Decay, usually the Breakdown DLC because it's endless.

I sit in training mode for fighting games (usually Injustice or Street Fighter X Tekken) while listening to podcasts.

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#7 Posted by PerfidiousSinn (750 posts) -

If they have a default name or their name is in the instruction manual, I'll pick that.

#8 Posted by PerfidiousSinn (750 posts) -

Regular flavored Oreos are the worst flavor of Oreos.

#9 Posted by PerfidiousSinn (750 posts) -

Assassin's Creed III is the best example I can think of. I love the series and Revelations is one of my favorite games ever. Then Assassin's Creed III launches as full of bugs, boring missions, and characters I don't care about. It was the first game in the series I felt wasted its setting. Also, the new controls were bad, sapping the fun out of the core, fun free-running mechanic because maneuvering around was so awkward.

In the end though, even patching the bugs didn't fix the poor mission design and bad story.

Another one is Hell Yeah! Wrath of the Dead Rabbit. I wasn't anticipating this game for a long time or anything, but the trailers were so endearing that I found myself looking forward to it. It had a fantastic soundtrack and some fun, goofy humor but the game kept getting worse and worse as it went on. There's too many spots of poor game balance: enemies breaking the rules of the game by attacking you through walls, repetitive boss fights, and badly spaced checkpoints. I started off the game having fun, but around level 3 it started going downhill and I left disappointed. Awesome style in that game, but it's not a good game.

#10 Posted by PerfidiousSinn (750 posts) -

@historyinrust: Ah, I didn't know about the stuff that was added in patches. I didn't get into the game until around the Ultimate Edition because it seemed to have a lot of issues. I recall EVO 2013 being boring because of the low character variety (Superman players dominating, basically)

But now that the game has been updated a lot, it's a lot more balanced and more fun to play AND watch.