@dancinginfernal: Absolutely, he was the driving force behind my love for the game, without a doubt. And I would love to replay the game myself, though I'm not sure if I have the willpower to devote another 100+ hours to this game, as much as I would love to...haha
Arthur Morgan was easily my favorite part of RDR2, and it's why I think it should be considered an all-time classic. I thought after RDR1, John Marston would be hard to beat, but Arthur Morgan's arc is truly one of a kind. It was really human and realistic in a way that I didn't expect, and it made it all the more touching. I made a video discussing why Arthur's story is so great, and how he differs from most video game protagonists.
Thanks for watching, let me know what y'all think!
I really want to get this game, but I'm having a crisis on which platform to get it on. I have a standard non-Pro PS4, and I was wondering if the patches since launch have made this game perform any better. I could get it on PC, but it's a rather low-end PC so I would rather not do it there because I don't think I would be able to run it adequately.
PS4 is my first choice, but if it's truly terrible on the PS4, I have no problem getting it on the PC. Any info on whether the standard PS4 version is alright now with the patches would be much appreciated. Thanks everyone!
Was just wondering if any duders out there could give an opinion on the quality of the recent performance patch for the PS4. I would like to get Control for the PS4 since it would just be easier for me than getting it on the PC, but if it's still bad on consoles, I have no problem getting it for the PC. Just wanted to get a feel if the new patch significantly improved performance. Thanks everyone!
With Yakuza 0 being my first Yakuza game, I was taken aback at how crazy, hilarious, and memorable the side quests were in this game. In fact, they ended up being my favorite parts of the game. I also explain how I think the game did a surprisingly good job at revealing these side quests to the player, even though it's possible it was completely unintentional.
Any feedback would be appreciated, and thanks for watching!
I think having the option to continue a series goes against the spirit of GB Infinite. If I wanted to go watch an entire series, I would just watch the entire series. The randomness and not knowing what I was gonna get is what made Infinite fun for me. It's the equivalent of turning on on the TV and going to TNT (the TV channel, not Thursday Night Throwdown) and catching a random episode of Law and Order or The Office or Friends. I don't need or want to watch the entire series of Law and Order after watching that one episode. It's kinda why I still enjoy the radio instead of always choosing songs on my iPod when I'm in my car.
@joedangerous:Thanks for such a detailed response! Although I agree with you in how most of the rewards were usually Korok seeds or shrines, I think the way you actually discover them was more interesting than other open world games. There was usually a puzzle/minigame with a Korok seed, and finding a shrine felt like an adventure in and of itself (the mazes come to mind, in which you have to solve the maze to get to the shrine. I thought those were really cool) And I totally agree with you about how some of the shrines' puzzles were lame; I also HATED that tilting/marble ones that made me tilt the Wii U tablet (yes, I played it on the Wii U). But in my opinion, the vast majority of the shrines had some really interesting puzzles and challenges, so finding one was always exciting for me.
@bmccann42: That's a good point, I'm really curious to see how the game would've been received if it was a brand new IP with no Zelda name. I'd like to think I would've loved on its own merits, but who knows? Also, I need to get back to Horizon cause I know people (like yourself) really love it, but I was kinda the opposite of you. I ended up falling off of Horizon faster than I would've thought. Definitely gonna go back and give it a shot eventually though.