To add though, it is also perfectly ok to be critical of specific reviews, if you can articulate why reasonably. However, simply stating "all low reviews are dumb" or "this shouldn't get 10s" is just mindless.I’ve said it before but 10/10 doesn’t mean the game is perfect, in fact there is no perfect game and you can find flaws in anything, it just means the flaws it had didn’t detract away from the overall experience, and the same goes for the low scores no matter how harsh they are as long as that’s what the reviewer feels.
Sure, disagreeing is fine as long as one is not being obnoxious about it, you can even find reviews with false info/not understanding mechanics which is not wrong to call out.
Apologies, I had just woken up from a bad night's sleep (I live in one of the flood stricken areas of the UK and there was loud sirens and train blaring their safety horns all night), and was outright slap happy from sleep deprivation when I responded to you.
I actually like weird crap like this. I think I'll pick this one up.20+ hours in. Just started episode 4.
Yes, combat and stealth are shallow.
But that's okay, the game is not about that. For me, the game is about watching this hostile and barren world come alive and tamed by the actions of other players and myself. Roads, shelters, generators all these things that make your life so much easier, and then you realize people are using your stuff and you're making things easier for them.
I've spent the last 14 hours doing side quests and building roads. And thanks to the side quests you unlock more things that make your life easier. And the game feels great to play too, nothing I wrote above would matter if that wasn't the case.
I can see people not liking the game. But it's so much more than a walking simulator or fetch quest: the game.
Also, going into this game expecting deep combat or action in the regular sense is a mistake, I think.
Holy shit, didnt expect that at all.9/10 from Slant
Honestly I don't think a lot of people expected that given the intense hatred for Kojima one of their editors/writers has and the fact people said they threw a "tantrum" about not getting a review copy and said it Sony getting back at them because they reviewed Days Gone with a low score. Regardless of the score, the review reads really impartial so fair play to them for that, a lot people assume the worst in them and it this case they rose above it.
Wrong thread mate!Spent the last hour and a half driving cargo around of about six standard orders that will surely bring me upgrades only to run into this fucking rock after hours and hours of being conditioned to get out of every one of them. I hate this game.
Any solutions welcome and I thought the sticky gun would do the trick but of course it wouldn't because the game decided to give me a migraine instead.
There are about 50 items inside that truck. Over 6 orders. This took a very VERY long time to arrange. I'm so broken right now.Wrong thread mate!
I'll help anyway though. If I'm not mistaken about the location it looks like you're near the distribution center for south knot. If that's the case then I'd suggest running back on foot getting another truck and parking near this one and moving all your cargo to the new truck. If you/others have built the roads in and around this area it should be pretty easy. Wouldn't get too taxing regardless. You might even be in luck and someone might have left a truck even closer that the distro center, scan and check.
Yikes! Something similar happened to me but I it was 2 orders and 20 pieces of cargo and a bench of materials. I was in luck since someone left a truck nearby so I only had to run for about 2 minutes and drive the truck next to the suck truck and move the cargo across. You do know you don't have to move it manually? Just park the 2nd truck nearby, hold square on the 1st stuck truck and in the cargo inventory menu that pops up you'll be able to easily move everything over to the 2nd truck, it'll appear in the same window.