Maybe if you only played some crap like soldier class, I could almost see your point of view. Fact is though, ME2 was all about the tech and biotic abilities to set it apart from other shooters. Playing it as simply a shooter is a tragic misuse of good game. If you're one of those who found it too easy, do what I did and up the difficulty to hardest.Xaositect said:Heres a thought Bioware, dont listen to views like this.jthm said:hmm... ME2 = 100% improvement on ME1... Here's a thought, Don't change a damn thing, you did good, now keep doing good.
Plenty of us thought ME2 was a dumbed down Gears of War clone that sucked ass, and need to see even more "drastic improvements" to win us back.
Of course, with the rumour of multiplayer floating around, I guess "listening to the fans" has gone out of fashion now that supposedly doing so has led you to pandering to the shooter fanbase above all else.
Pity the rumour is the sales arent looking like it was such a smashing "shooter success". Its nowhere near Gears of War.
Still losing that battle against maturity, eh? I like how I'm the "dumbass" yet you're the one to stoop to personal insults over nothing but an opinion. My advice? Stop arguing with me now, you only make yourself look worse. I can't help but wonder if I'm being trolled here.Xaositect said:The vastly superior story (anyone who thinks ME2s plot is better is an idiot and is wrong - it sucked). The smaller in number, but better fleshed out characters. The better variety of squadmate banter. The better designed and uninterrupted gameworld, instead of crappy waist high cover as far as the eye can see cluttering up one off "shooting galleries" that finish with a "mission complete" screen (and godawful, boring repetative loading screens playing the same shitty schemetics constantly: ME1 had a clever use of hiding long loading screens - ME2 has long and boring loading screens).jthm said:As far as being won back, All I can say is won back to what? What would you like back from the first game? That horrible inventory system? The gel door opening minigame? Clunky goddamn controls and long elevator rides? No, Mass Effect 2 was a step in the right direction (several steps in fact, and at a running pace).
Its always funny to see the ME2 fanboys list off the major flaws of ME1, as if by someone acknowledging the fact that ME2 was a dumbed down piece of shit shooter automatically means that ME1 was gaming perfection.
No, ultimately I just want back from ME1 the feeling of basically playing a game not designed for dumbasses like you.