Eh.... Sometimes it's better to just pay full price for security and peace of mind.
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It depends what the harder difficulty consists of. I usually like if it changes how things work in the game like less resources or more stragetic A.I. What I don't like is how Call of Duty and so many other games do it, they just make the A.I more accurate or you more fragile. While I still play most games on hard, There really is no issue to playing medium or even easy unless there are fundamental changes to the difficulty.
@yummylee: I'm pretty sure that is somethin to do with hardcore mode (I think that's what it's called). I've been replaying it in that difficulty and that's what I've been getting as well. I hope you stick with it though. The writing I think is excellent and the story isn't for everyone because it leaves a lot of things for you to interpret. I guess I'm just a sucker for that kind or stuff
I loved every minute of the game. It's not scary but the writing and music is incredible. I like the atmosphere and the story. I saw the grin you were talking about for maybe an hour and then it went away. I'm reall surprised you don't like it though considering we have similar taste in these games! I just thought it was brilliant all the way through.
Not exactly shocking but hey I skipped Origins so I could use a new Batman game right about now. Plus more stuff to play on my ps4 is always good.
@darji: what are your examples of this? Unless there is some circumstance that the person has to review it, people most likely people are asked what they want to review. I write for a website and that's exactly how they do it.
@krullban: chances are the person who is reviewing the game has some sort of fondness for southpark. Giving a game a bad score because you don't like the source material is pretty unfair. It's like assigning someone who despises Batman to review the arkham games.