Hey guys so recently I got a hold of AC unity on a pc sale and decided to try it out even though I have heard a lot of bad things. Anyways I know that you need uplay in order to run the game, but I am curious does Uplay auto update the games? I look on ubi's website and it shows patch notes for the latest update that came out in February but no link to download it.
Other places say Uplay doesn't automatically update games and that you have to do it yourself.
My question is how? I can't even see in Uplay what version of the game I'm running. It's super annoying. Game runs like crap and I'm wondering if I am still running the vanilla version of the game
I really tried getting into P3 but after having played P4 on the PS2 and playing through Golden on the Vita I grew to like those characters a lot more and P3 just felt a little boring to me. I understand it is a darker game but I don't know none of the characters immediately made me want to know more about them. It's like Jeff said during the P3P quicklook "Junpei is no Yosuke"
As someone who doesn't play many JRPG's but enjoyed the hell out of Persona 4 is it worth it to go back and try and play FF7 and FF9 since I hear so many good things about them? I got a Vita too so I can load them up on there, but not sure how they hold up now. I grew up with Nes and Snes so I'm not someone that is worried about graphically quality, just wondering if they hold up as far as gameplay goes. :)
Endurance Runs - that is the place where the soul of Giant Bomb is forged and with out it, the very essence of it withers. Sure, it might be a daily grind and daunting task, yet out of this gauntlet walks men with new visions and heightened spirits. Endurance Run - this is not only what we want, but it is the very thing that you need.
I think the Metal Gear Scanlon is the closest thing we will ever get to an endurance run.
All joking aside, I think Jeff reviewed it because he is usually the one that does all FPS games. It was probably to late in the review process and they were probably running out of time to hand the review off to someone else. I think you play a game differently when you are reviewing as opposed to just playing the game when you have more time to wrap your head around the late game.