I got all the flags, but screw those feathers. Start up Brotherhood and it's all like, "She's better now that you got all the feathers," anyway, so what's the point?Irridium said:Though he does have his limits. He never even bothered to get the flags/feathers in the Assassin's Creed games.
You summed it up pretty much. This is the same thing I tend to so more often than not with western RPGs, or basically that give me choices that impact the game.DVS BSTrD said:It's that I don't get what you're saying about not playing a game "properly" but this is a bad example. I tend to get like this when I'm playing Dragon Age or Mass Effect. I'm not very good with roleplaying so I always have to go back and find the "Best" options. More so with Mass Effect just to see which dialogue option fits me the best. I also get hung-up more on style with combat, I can always find a cooler way to kill the baddies even when the game doesn't grade me on it.