- Sep 1, 2007
Grayson said:I can't really agree here. Deus Ex had a lot of customization, and you actually had to make choices for what you were going to be good at. Bioshock lets you be good at pretty much everything, with very little difficulty in changing that around.ZippyDSMlee said:Its pretty much Deus ex 2 all over again(or ark faltalis 2 turned mainstream game with tits dark messiah), however this game has more polish its still a kick in the balls for any long time FPS/PC gamer.
And seriously, the old pipe game for 'hacking'? That's just lame.
As for the respawn issue - that's one of the easiest things you can correct yourself. Just don't use it. Autosave + Quicksave, and go to those if you die.
I'm not terribly far into the game, but it seems quite well done from what I've played so far. My only major disappointment is the paucity of enemy variety, and their lack of tactics.
Yahtzee, another fantabulous review. Your reviews are what brought me to this site, and are definitely the primary reason I'll stick around
Do try and play dues ex 1 and tell me DX2 is great...the moding is unbalanced,the levels are tiny in comparison, in order to see the 4 endings you have to take different paths AT THE END LEVEL, not to mention all the options Dx1 had in hud colors and other options.
what dose Dx2 do better? story maybe,gameplay maybe,level design no,weapon design no,W mods no, Biomods no, the simplification of it created balancing issues that also robed depth from the gameplay over all Dx2 is a fair game but by all means not better than the first.
Bioshock suffers from the same issues a lack of options and depth in gameplay however its saving grace is its story and setting,its gameplay is watered down pablum we have seen already and done better.