Digimon are cool.
- Dec 29, 2008
Should you buy it? Well, lets wait and see how it looks at release. But so far all signs point to "yes".Duke Nukem said:After twelve fucking years, it'd better be!
Yes. Yes it/they would, Yahtzee. Cheers *raises beer*Extra Punctuation: Duke Nukem Forever said:But here's the deal I'm prepared to make, Duke Nukem Forever. Let's wipe the slate clean. Fresh start. I'll forget about thirteen years of faffing around, and you forget about that one video that the audience thought was the funniest I've ever done. Just please, please, let me feel the wind on my face, rather than the side of a wall. Or tits. Tits on my face would be good too.
The problem is that it will most likely never happen now that its been announced for consoles as well. I wont be suprised if the speed is nerfed down to Alien Vs Predator (the new one) level and we get chest high walls everywhere. I dont really have words for how sad this will make me.8bitmaster said:
No it didn't kill the 'fun FPS', it can still exist with more serious shooters around. I'd love to play both.nightfish said:Half-Life killed 'fun FPS' because after THAT intro, everything had to have a serious story. The genre needs to de-evolve into being mindless again. DNF won't be the game to end all games but maybe it will tell designers what a FPS is suppose to be all about.
More hordes of enemies, more OTT weaponry and less caring.
AMENMaking my most recent video has made this all very clear to me: silly 90s style action shooters are something we desperately need back. Quickly, please. Because the alternative is more hideous, grimy, ditchwater dull piles of putrid elephant guts like Kane and Lynch 2: Dog Days.
Play Mass Effect 2 as a Vanguard, there's your run-and-gun fun. ^_^Onyx Oblivion said:I don't expect it to be worth the wait, myself.
But I still hope for a damn good time.
I'm sick of hiding behind cover.
Playing modern shooters on Easy is the closest I can get to run-and-gun intense badassery of the past.
Outside of certain games, like the aforementioned Serious Sam.