It is an interesting idea though. Especially with what it’s about.
Watched the Easy Allies and IGN reviews gutted about the gameplay loop was right to cancel my pre-order after viewing the TGS footage. Looks beautiful though but the idea of being a delivery guy doesn't appeal at full price. One of things that tired me out with RDR was all the travel needed, it seems DS would need allot of time invested in that area.
Everybody should know that if you want cool games trying fresh new things, being experimental, creative and artsy, high concept and cutting-edge, the indie game scene has been providing those games on the regular for over a decade now. I can't take anyone saying so about DS and Kojima seriously, while at best they're using his popularity and platform to make it to the mainstream. But it's been there all long indeed, except without the ultra HD 4k graphics.
Yeah, this needs to be heard more.
Most games sound fun when you read the reviews, this isn’t one of them (imo and it seems a lot of people’s). It has nothing to do with the lack of shooting/combat, if anything the reviews make that sound like that’s the worst part of the game. The mechanics of this game sound like they might be fun for a $15 indie game that only last a few hours, but 40+ hours of it at full price sounds and looks like it’ll get old.
Pretty sure this is sarcasm, but it's like 4am right now and i'm still tired AF.
It's trending upwards on opencritic (86 now), so I don't think meta will go from 84 that it is now down to 80.Looks like a very polarising game. 84 on metacritic and will probably settle on 80 which is decent. But it's not a regular 80. It's a game you'll probably give 1/10 or 10/10. I like the look of it so I'm probably in the latter. Not out for a few days so I'm not sure if I'll get it day 1 yet or in a December sale.
If there was any justice in the world Disco Elysium would take it.
If the story is awful and the combat is awful... why would you keep playing? oh yeah it looks pretty..
Who gets the credit for that then though? If the exciting part is more production value and placement, it sounds like the credit is belonging to Sony for paying the cheque rather than the game itself.