http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0472198/ is more tasteful than this
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I don't know much about wrestling but I guess Brad has started the Gamespot feature takeover
Freespace 2, Descent (if only I had a joystick :/).
I kind of want to try their Heli-sim games like
but I don't think they control well with a gamepad.
BTW you can get X-com ufo defence DRM free at gamersgate
I vote gameplay since I can still play XCOM:UFO defence (or Simcity 4 or Midieval Total War 2) today and it still has some of the best gameplay ever without any story.
I do like a good story since FO:NV and HL2 are probably two of my favorite games since they mix great gameplay and story.
How much can gameplay evolve anymore? Let me ask you that question, with how we are already are able to interact with everything in video games and such. There is literally nowhere left to go in terms of video game gameplay evolution.
lolwat. Ridiculous thing to say.
How much has FPS games from doom to COD evolved other than graphics? Not by very much really. Same with 3rd person shooters. Same with racing games, same with many many genres, the only one that has actually evolved any has to be the RPG's. Other than that. There isn't much to video game gameplay evolution until we hit virtual reality. THEN things will get very interesting.
Portal franchise, Bioshock and that outlier Minecraft beg to differ.
Anyone know how DLC will work for this game? Will it be like FX2 where I can buy individual tables w/o buying the base collection?
The game isn't a free download for consoles like it is for iOS/Android. It's a straight $10 download that gives you access to the 4 tables. You can't buy just one table or anything like that (not until the DLC anyway).
It's a free download on Android (I don't know if it's only this month). I bought Theatre of Magic standalone for 3$.
Fallout 3 is far, far superior. FO3 has a dense, interesting world with extremely thick atmosphere where there is always somewhere cool to explore.
New Vegas has a brown landmass of desert and mountains and quests that are mostly comprised of visiting a faction then running around in said faction's drab corridors doing mundane fetch quests. There is none of the thick, dreary mood of FO3 either. And don't get e started on New Vegas itself. That whole area is just horrible in every way: Ugly, slow to get through, filled with loading screens and nothing interesting going on.
As for combat, New Vegas is slightly better.
If you like exploring empty shacks with the same loot and generic raider camps and vaults then sure FO3 is alright but how can you say New Vegas is slow to get through when DC in FO3 was just a few open spaces connected by generic subways?
New Vegas may be better, but it is very different to FO3. It almost doesn't feel like a Fallout game, but it's still great.
So the original creators of Fallout don't know what a Fallout game is?
FO3 is basically an empty open world shooter with an ok story and side quests but a great ending sequence and pretty good assets.
FO:NV is a somewhat janky RPG-shooter with a pretty good main storyline, excellent side quests and A-list actors to boot.
Therefore FO:NV > FO3 but since FO:NV might never have come out without FO3 paving the way I can still respect it as an ok game.
Medieval madness is free in April (and out now) on Android. It's very rampy and too fast for me so I'll stick to Theatre of Magic®
Pin•Bot® seems a little simple and slow to me and doesn't have many ramps
I feel like there is a little input lag (ICS on a Transformer) but otherwise great presentation except for a couple low res textures.
Hey all you people that want a serious story why don't you just play Mass Effect?
GTA4 and RDR had great mechanics but the story (and pacing) was dull as fuck. I don't want to have to play 20h to unlock the whole area.
Rockstar should just buy Obsidian and have them do their writing.
The only place those games really shined was multiplayer.