I think people misunderstand the Rotten Tomatoes rating system. 20% doesn't mean that the average score for the movie is 20/100 it just means that 80% of critics didn't like it according to whatever algorithm RT uses to determine if a review is positive or negative
@aethelred: They also go back on the entire concept of Looper at some point too. The movie flat out says that loopers exist because you can't just murder people in the future without getting caught but then later in one of Bruce Willis's flashbacks they just straight up shoot his wife like it's no big deal at all.
Looper starts off pretty cool with a great premise but then just does one of the most epic fumbles I've ever seen. I was really excited to finally watch it but by the end I was literally yelling at the screen
Lucioball is a great reminder that it's not easy to make a game that feels as good as Rocket League. The movement is too slow, the ball passes through you and it's impossible to have any meaningful control on where it's going to go. One round was enough for me.
Probs not. Naughty Dog makes great story driven third person shooters and I don't think we need to compare every or any other developer to them. It's just not everyone's cup of tea. TLOU is a great one of those games but I just don't see it as a landmark that caused a sea change like some of the other games did last generation.
Reading about the different endings after beating it I'm perfectly happy with having gotten the "worst" ending. The other ones just don't really make sense to me with how those characters are written for the rest of the DLC. In the end Syanna was still evil and Anarietta was too trusting of her sister.