FreshwaterSeaCowHero wrote:MacIver wrote:Yeah, I've been reading a few reviews that agree with you Max... I've cancelled the order and got Hitman: Blood Money and Crysis 2 instead.
Crysis 2 is pretty good. The single player is fun, but really only enjoyable once. The multiplayer is very similar to the COD series, except for the cloaking and armor mechanics.
Ireland never lived up to it's potential.
Some no-name rebels created a country called USA or something. They lasted two years. I didn't realise I was at war with them for several months.
Love this game.
I never bothered with the storage stash, cause I didn't think it added anything to the game.
quixotecoyote wrote:As far as returning to town to sell, that's what pets are for. You just load up your pet with the excess baggage, and away it goes.
He must be at least KIND of an arsehole. Why would Superman bite him if he wasn't?
matt8819 wrote:I know it's not a game, but I just bought a Kinect, and...it's really damned cool. All I have to do is turn the xbox on, then unless I want to play a game, I can just say "Xbox, Netflix" and never have to touch a button to control it.
Wiðercora wrote:Dear Esther. As far as I can tell, you play the part of...someone. The narrator, as far as I can tell has been searching for some kind of...thing (I'm not sure what) and his search has lead him to a Hebridean island. As you navigate your way around the island the narrator narrates his diary entries to you, often prefaced with 'Dear Esther'. The titular Esther is the narrator's wife, lover or friend who,it is implied, is dead.
This game is certainly compelling, despite (or perhaps because) the only controls are movement and zoom. You can't even interact with the world, beyond a flashlight which automatically switches on when the light dims. I've played it for 40 minutes and I've almost shit myself three times so far - it's not even a horror game! Single-handedly makes the case that video games can be art.
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