I loved Last of Us and the World War Z film(I don't think it was "crappy" at all, never read the book so I could not give less of a fuck how much they have in common, for what it's worth I saw the unrated version) so I consider that a good thing.CoCage said:I never played nor cared for the first Nier either, but Platinum is behind it; and I saw a good amount of footage online. From what I've seen, it's looking great.darkrage6 said:Didn't like the first Nier much(hated how they forced you to play through the game twice to get the "true" ending) since I don't have much hope for Automata being any better.
I like all of Ubisoft's sandbox games aside from Assassin's Creed(Which I truly wish would die).
I'm always surprised when I hear how people are tired of zombies games, as if they're a genre somehow. I personally like the idea of bikers vs zombies(though when I saw the trailer I thought it was a sequel to Ride to Hell).
Zombie games are a genre; ever since the popularity of Left 4 Dead & Nazi Zombies almost every other developer jumped on the zombie bandwagon regardless whether it made since or not. Red Dead Redemption
Yes, there were always zombies in games, but not to this extent of over saturation. Red Dead Redemption, Yakuza, Sniper's Zombie Army Trilogy, Last of US, Uncharted 1, and many more. The last games I ever really enjoyed that involved zombies were Lollipop Chainsaw, Onechanbara Z2: Chaos (the franchise has been around since 2004), and Killer Is Dead (the zombies are either from the moon or dark matter from the moon infects a person).
Days Gone feels like Last of Us: Biker edition meets World War Z The crappy PG-13 ZOMBIE MOVIE that had nothing to do with the book.
Oh i've been well aware of Sony's arrogant streak ever since they announced the PS3("the next generation doesn't start without us" LOL, so much for that) which is why the orchestra annoyed me so much, cause I was hoping Sony were done with the arrogant act(I especially hated when they showed off letters from fans at E3 2014, talk about pointless and a complete waste of time) but I guess not.LordTerminal said:Really? It took an orchestra at a press conference to tell you that? I've only been noticing their pretentious, arrogant attitude since the PS2 era ended and yet people went ahead and bought the PS4 anyways completely ignoring that the advertising behind it was no less loud and arrogant.darkrage6 said:Am I the only that hated the orchestra during Sony's press conference? I just found it really distracting and overbearing(plus it made them look kind of pompous and arrogant).