I think there going to hire some interns rather than a veteran.
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Playing on PC. I really enjoy this game, its strange because i usually hate any competitive multiplayer games. One the reasons i like the game is due to the fact im pretty good at it (in my opinion). While other people who have played Call of Duty or Battlefield may feel the game is too similar, since i dont care about those games may be thats why im enjoying it.
Games played: 26
Top 3: 14
There was lots of bad this year, but my rock bottom expectations going into most games means I'm rarely disappointed as I more often than not pleasantly surprised or validated in what I thought was going to happen. The one exception I can think of was AC4. After all the talk of how great it was and how different it was from AC3 on this site that one week where it seemed like they did nothing but talk about it, I let myself get excited and into that game. What made it worse was that the first few hours of the game made it seem like it had lived up to that and then I just started getting terrible mission after terrible mission. There was a good 3-4 hours where everything I did in that game was those frustrating/annoying trail a guy missions -and don't get caught or you gotta do it all over again!- and it just took all the wind out of my sails. I ended up powering through it, but so much of that game is still just more of the same crap. Which was a huge bummer to me and I was really hoping they would have expanded on some of the mission designs. Guess it was my own fault for letting myself think differently. Especially for a franchise that's being milked yearly and at the end of a console cycle.
I was also really bummed by Rome 2. The Japan one they did before was the first time I was finally able to get that game to click with me and I really liked the series. As much as I love me some Japan, I have had a thing for the whole ancient Roman motif and I love everything about it. So I was super excited going into that game. I can't really put my finger on it, besides the terrible AI, but I just never had fun with it. I'm thinking of giving it another try again here soon, but I'm not expecting much to change from the 13 hours I put into it the first time around.
Sim City goes without saying.
I could not believe the tail a person/ship missions were so frequent and it really changed my opinion on AC IV. I love the pirate settings but those missions were dreadful, i hope the user feedback stuff is legit and they actually use it.