Have you seen the trailer for the first upcoming DLC/expansion? It give you a rocket powered wingsuit with machine guns and missile launchers!! Along with some flying sky fortress thingy, i dunno. But if that isn't the coolest transition to jetpack in a game ever, i don't know what else is.ColeusRattus said:Well, what Mr. Croshaw is decribing as a game he wishes to play is basically Just Cause 3. To me, it's quite a thrill to traverse Medici with grapple, wingsuit and parachute, on the perfect sweetspot between skill and grace.
Too bad you have to do tedious grinding of side-content to unlock all the abilities needed to fully enjoy it.
Also, it baffles me why most of the main missions boil down to escort quests... but that is another story.
If I'm remembering correctly they took the disc drive out of the Vita and tried to make it all online, so you'd have to redownload any PSP games you already owned/there wouldn't be a secondhand market.Darth_Payn said:This game didn't sound like the kind Yahtzee typically plays, but now it sounds like this one's worth a look. Even though I don't have a Vita, I don't know what his beef with that system was.
I own a Vita and honestly, the main problem with the console is lack of support and/or the wrong kind of support. The console itself is great, but as we all know a console is only as strong as its game lineup, and its game lineup frankly sucks. Sony barely made any first-party titles for it at all, and pretty much the only good games on it are ports from other consoles, which is hardly a sustainable business model. Further, I think they tried to push the "PS3 quality games in your hands!" aspect too much - If I want to play large, expansive games I'll do so at home on my TV console or Computer. Basically what most people want on the go is just a different kind of game, one where a logical "stopping point" occurs every five minutes or so, not one where it takes a full hour to get fully into the game. The main games I myself play on my Vita nowadays are Rayman (port), Patapon (PSP BC) and Sound Shapes (Vita-exclusive, I think). The fact that only one of the three main games I play on my vita is actually a vita game speaks volumes in itself.anonymity88 said:If I'm remembering correctly they took the disc drive out of the Vita and tried to make it all online, so you'd have to redownload any PSP games you already owned/there wouldn't be a secondhand market.
I might be wrong though...
Other than that I just don't think it sold particularly well?