They get mad exactly because the game isn't like VLR at all and has more interest in setting its own dilemmas and plotlines than being a sequel to VLR.
Interesting, that is a take that I have not heard before. Maybe I'll give ZTD a go if I can get it on sale.
Having recently finished 999 and VLR, I just started ZTD, and it does feel like a step down from VLR to me, but I'm definitely still enjoying it so far, and knowing how the previous games went, things could certainly get a lot more interesting once I get further in. And it definitely does some things better than the previous games, like the character animations and finally having the ability to turn off subtitles.
Both excellent games, seriously. Infamous is still one of my favourite PS4 games. Batman was also excellent, the batmobile sections weren't that bad, kinda fun driving about blowing stuff up tbh. Only thing about that game that was frustrating was the Riddler trophies.
Same. I own it from a bundle or something? Or maybe it was just a Steam sale, but I've never even installed it despite absolutely loving the first
one of my favorites from PS1, it's bad, but i feel nostalgic about it