As long as they're good, then I have no problem. I've been getting just as much, if not more, fun out of Titanfall than I have with any other single player game I've bought in recent memory. I paid 60 buckaroos for the game and I don't regret my purchase whatsoever, but that's seriously going to differ from person to person. I really think Titanfall's going to be a good test at this kind of game's viability in the broader market. Maybe it'll do just as good as any other high profile shooter, even without the traditional single player or maybe it'll be a dud. Time will tell.
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For people who don't get past the learning curve and stick with it, they walk away with the opinion that it's cheap and impossible. I've beaten Dark Souls and I can say with certainty It's definitely not as crazy impenetrable as the wider audience believes.
I had a similar experience to this with Bioshock Infinite. I had the collector's edition for 360 coming from Amazon, but ended up buying the game off steam to play on my laptop because I was too excited. Long story short, the game came the next day and I had already played through most of the game. I strangely didn't regret anything. So, I don't know. If you really can't wait then go right ahead and appease you gaming compulsions and buy the damn thing. Life's too short to agonize over stuff like this.
I would, but only if If I had the option go back and forth between first and third person at will.
The medium hasn't existed long enough. Certain gross stereotypes and prejudices are still fairly prevalent in our society due to lack of exposure and understanding. That comes with anything relatively new. I mean, games are still a pretty niche hobby. There's tons of older people who barely know what they are beyond what they see of Gta and Call of Duty, while the main audience who've spent their childhoods and teens playing games are starting to grow up and enter adulthood. Over time it'll be less and less a big deal whether you play video games or not.