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#1 Edited by NinjaHunter (1003 posts) -

For me it's just a nice change of pace. In most modern shooters the main strategy is to hide behind cover, creep around corners, and try your best to be on the outer edges of the battle as you work your way forward.

With Doom you are basically a sledgehammer driving your way through every encounter of that game. Getting in the face of every enemy and ripping them apart as you dance around their fire. Mix that with the speed and swiftness of the controls as well as the different combinations of enemies they throw at you, it became a very enjoyable experience for me. I almost wish there was a mode that you could just turn on the speed boost indefinitely because I just wanted to go faster. That might of been too much, though.

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#2 Posted by NinjaHunter (1003 posts) -

Noe-muun. So if someone asks "What's that?" I can say "That's Noe-muun!". Unless I can name space stations. Then I'll use it for that.

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#3 Posted by NinjaHunter (1003 posts) -

It looks like they took the motion capture data and just remade the models. This whole thing made me feel a little dirty.

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#4 Edited by NinjaHunter (1003 posts) -

Log off the servers then log back in. It solved this problem for me.

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#5 Posted by NinjaHunter (1003 posts) -

PSN/Fighter ID - NinjaHunter

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I tend to play in the evening. I've been playing since vanilla SFIV and really enjoying the game so far.

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#6 Posted by NinjaHunter (1003 posts) -

I agree that the free dlc is pretty insignificant but at the same time at least they're just giving it to us instead of having it be preorder incentives or charging for it. That's the key difference. With any other developer there'd be some sort of hoop to jump through to get this stuff.

Also just look at the main game. It's pretty big. So the dlc that they actually charge for should be more in line with that. You shouldn't let the stuff CDPR is giving out for free color your view of future dlc. If anything, you should look at what everybody else IS charging you for and compare that to what CDPR isn't.

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#7 Posted by NinjaHunter (1003 posts) -

I'm pretty sure I own every single version of Metal Gear Solid 2-4 that has been released in the U.S. as well as Street Fighter 4.

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#8 Edited by NinjaHunter (1003 posts) -

Does Sony really have much say into what goes into a trailer? I thought, at most, they throw money at them so they can put the Playstation stamp at the end of it.

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#9 Edited by NinjaHunter (1003 posts) -

I'm just going to throw these out there, the ending of Mortal Kombat and Heavy Rain.

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#10 Posted by NinjaHunter (1003 posts) -

My guess would be no. It's probably a slightly different file that needs to confirm a disc is in the system but I would say, since you're going to buy it anyway, or at least thinking about it, just try it out and see what happens. Worst case scenario, you just have to delete the disc install and download the game.