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#1 Posted by Stealthmaster86 (702 posts) -

So far for the first episode, it's not bad, but it's not that great either. It's decent.

Raid Mode, however, is the real star of the show. I wasn't planning on getting any DLC for this game, but I just had to have Wesker. Raid Mode is a lot of fun. I seriously can't wait for Spotify to hit PlayStation.

#2 Posted by Stealthmaster86 (702 posts) -

Resident Evil 4. The Resident Evil series has fantastic save room themes, but RE4 beats them all. It's the only one where I would sit there and listen for a few minutes before heading back into the game.

#3 Edited by Stealthmaster86 (702 posts) -

@n7 said:

I said I didn't like the camera angles, but playing more into it I didn't have an issue with it. The tank controls I don't like. I'd love to see what the game will play like without them.

Switch to Modern controls and find out. Assuming you have the game.

#4 Posted by Stealthmaster86 (702 posts) -

The first thing that popped in my head was the Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas soundtrack playing over Grand Theft Auto V.

#5 Edited by Stealthmaster86 (702 posts) -

I'm not really digging that Wesker, my second favorite character in the series, is paid DLC. I'll have 5 extra bucks, so what the hell?

#7 Posted by Stealthmaster86 (702 posts) -

@bigmess said:

Zoe Quinn deserves a Golden Duder award. It's really cool to see her doing this with her own money and without profit.

Yep. They wanted to bring her down, but instead they made her more powerful than they could possibly imagine and that is awesome.

#8 Posted by Stealthmaster86 (702 posts) -

I really didn't care for the RTS element, but everything else was fantastic. I would absolutely love a sequel.

#9 Edited by Stealthmaster86 (702 posts) -

Yes, it will. Except when it says ONLY for New Nintendo 3DS like Xenoblade Chronicles 3D, all games coming out, like Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate, can also be played on the old 3DS and 2DS systems. You just don't get camera control.

#10 Posted by Stealthmaster86 (702 posts) -

Had one removed mid-last year, I really didn't feel any pain after it was removed. I did take one painkiller before the pain was supposed to arrive. I don't know if the painkiller killed the pain completely, or the pain never arrived, but I only took that one. Took a long time to stop the bleeding though. The pain before the removal? That was Hell. After a couple of months of constant pain, I finally was able to sleep normal again.