- Feb 19, 2006
You think only Americans dont want a dull game? HAHAHAHAHA. Wow what a xenophobe you are.xdiesp said:Americans are like this. They keep whining their toys are always the same, but when they get a new one, they get scared and run back to the good old tit.
I cast summon bigger fish!kakeroo said:"i am the hunter, why am i being hunted?"
- because there's always a bigger fish
Because for a game with boring gameplay, a short and linear campaign, and a mediocre story but an interesting world... you could just A) rent the game, and play it for 1/6th the price B) Buy it used for 1/2 the price, C) watch the story bits on youtube for 0/6ths of the price or D) wait for a sale and buy it when its more reasonably priced for what you get.dumbseizure said:I don't understand why so many people are writing the game off, I would rather experience it for myself then listen to someone else say whether its good or bad, but meh.
There are people I am sure who will throw their money away on a 'meh' product because they wanna take an imagined stand for womenz in gamez, or because its a new IP and they wanna stick it to the man somehow like the xenophobe I quoted above, but really these are just folks that really have nothing better to throw money at.
Now, as for the OT: Meh, You knew it wouldnt be that great from watching their gameplay trailers, their cinematic trailers and what not.
And seriously, the city might seem pretty cool, but the technology in the game... is absolutely retarded. Everyone in france in the future must have their head slammed into a brick wall by law as a child to think that those implants are a good idea.. "Hey sure, I will let some dude poke around in my head and change my memories, That cant go wrong at all!"
And the visual design of the implants? Terrible... who would want a glowy little circle floating around behind your neck for no reason?