Every-time i play GTA5 i'm amazed by the sheer scope of that game, and how it is even possible that game runs on the 360/PS3. The attention to detail in that game, like actually mapping the ocean floor and just the little things makes the world seem large and alive. Gameplay is the best in the series, story telling is great, and the multiplier is really solid.
Watch Dogs is alright, its not the best or worst open world game out there it's just average to me.
Fight scene was pretty good, the ending was really brutal which personally i didn't like, but it was necessary. The rest of the show was really boring though, this season has just been quite bad. Still much better than most other T.V shows, but there are other shows out right now that i feel are better then GoT and i would not have said that last year.
The only video i saw of this game before watching the QL was the one they showed 2 years ago i think. It's was a club scene where the guy killed someone went outside and had a shootout with the cops, then avoided them by turning the lights red and green when needed.
Watching the QL the game doesn't seem as awesome as that demo made it look, it just looks like a open world game to me.
I never got into it until i played Halo:Reach, after that i did some digging and the lore goes deep. I really like what i know of the lore, it's up there for me with Mass Effect, and Warcraft in terms of video game lore i find interesting.
Even then, it's still pretty slow; but can you blame them for doing that to those that don't want to spend money on their product?
Yes. I think it makes the game not free and therefore not free-to-play anymore. This makes my brain feel like it is being tricked and I can't blame my brain for feeling tricked (because it is being tricked) so I have to blame Blizzard.
How much money did you spend to play the game? 0, then it is free to play.
I can't stand people who complain about free to play games not giving them everything they want right away. Either spend the time to get what you want or spend money.