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Wasteland 2 is a game that I really wanted to like, even though, it isn't a good game. I am sure that sounds confusing, so I'll explain what I mean.To start off, I should mention that I really enjoyed Fallout 1 and 2 (am going to assume that you know what they are since you are looking at a wasteland 2 review, if for some reason you don't, you should spend a little time and look them up), and for the most part Wasteland 2 feels like it could be a direct sequel to those games. And that is one of ...2 out of 3 found this review helpful.
Wasteland 2 Director’s Cut is the throwback fans deserve, on a new console, with updated visuals, dialog, voice acting, and generally more everything. Those wanting a hand held experience that walks through the intricacies of what made games like Fallout, Fallout 2, Fallout Tactics, and other isometric RPG’s of the PC golden years won’t find it here – as Wasteland 2 holds a tutorial, but not much beyond that in terms of a kindergarten approach. Challenging, dense, and sy...1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
It started off really fun and pretty challenging. Turn-based squad-based combat with everyone having their own specialties/weapons was a great way to start and was really fun and perfectly challenging for the first 12 hours or so. Unfortunately after a while, your team gets pretty strong and everything gets annihilated pretty quickly and then you're sort of just whomp-stomping your way through the game with ease. Graphics are decent, sound is decent, there is nothing really done wrong other then...1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
Our story this time starts back in 1988 when Brian Fargo directed Wasteland. A post-apocalyptic role-playing game for the Commodore 64, Apple II, and DOS and published by EA, the title was critically acclaimed and commercially successful. Despite this, there was never a sequel produced. 1990’s Fountain Of Dreams was close, and Fargo’s follow up Meantime was cancelled. However, 1997 saw Fargo and Interplay produce Fallout, a name that is now in the legendary in the pantheon of gaming ...1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
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