The Uncharted games are always the games that come to mind when I think of fantastic boring games...I wouldn't call them bad by any stretch, but nothing about them has ever appealed to me. That being said, I feel those games (and Naughty Dog) are incredibly important technically and help push the industry forward. How much so, I wouldn't know, but important none the less.
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Compared to Naughty dog's uncharted series, its fucking Skyrim...(thats too far, but...those games are beautifully suffocating.)
Cassandra, Sera, Solas, and sometimes Bull. Game wasn't difficult enough, even at hard to care about matchups or anything, so I just rolled with who I could deal with. Weakest cast of characters in a Bioware game, to me. Not terrible, just very uninteresting for the most part. Origins, Mass Effect 2 and Baldurs Gate 2 still have my favourite Bioware characters. Thats a high fucking bar, though.
Give Platinum a bunch of banana's to make a new Okami. Right in Nintendo's wheel house, if you ask me. Fuck, it can star donkey kong, if you want...konkami. Done. Shove it on the shelves.
Lets do another Quackshot. Fuck Sega...and a new Ape Escape...
Basically, I just want Nintendo to steal other old franchises from other companies.
I would 'settle' for another Galaxy style Mario game. Uni-fucking-racer, Nintendo. ActRaiser...Square will do it, they don't know what they hell they are doing. I'd even take a stupid Final Fantasy kiddy themed ActRasier, whatever.
A Waluigi game where he dies at the end and all legacy games and merchandise with him on it are retroactively destroyed...including said game. A true wish list.
Fucking incredible. Still play it off and on ever sense launch day way back when...None of the new ones matched the speed and 'simple' complexities of 2 to 4, and 3 is by far the best.
2 and 4 are still the best campaigns in any straight out, linear FPS I have played, personally. its amazing how 60 frames a second still makes those old games feel just as great as the first play through...and kind of terrifying how little FPS's they have changed sense.
I'm probably one of the few who finds the nemesis system to be extremely bland, at least in its current form, but it could be interesting in something like the Witcher. Also, that combat system would work well in the Witcher.
@hunkulese: its a bit of a shock to me. I'm not into the Lord of the Rings, but I was expecting on getting it anyway as the combat looked engaging and enjoyable. However, the nemesis system was a massive question mark for me. I suppose I still have a terrible taste in my mouth from fucking Watch Dogs...Although they showed tons of footage, I was still a bit weary of it. Its a nice little bonus to see that it as some higher end quality to it...at least based on these early reviews. After some ho hum big budget games, its good to have something to genuinely be excited for, personally.