Shok wrote on Jul 12, 2013, 16:32:
I got one of those "come back and play for 7 days" emails. I logged in once lol.
Krovven wrote on Jun 12, 2013, 16:08:This.
I really enjoyed the first game, but there was no replayability. The "choices" you made in the game ultimately made no difference whatsoever.
Aside from a few instances where they force you to choose between one character or the other, regardless of what you did had no real impact.
SpectralMeat wrote on Mar 3, 2013, 19:57:mlw wrote on Mar 3, 2013, 19:45:Why did you even bother preordering the game if you aren't sure about it? Just wait until it is out and read the reviews, player feedback etc., and get a better deal then by preordering.
Yep, I am afraid of that too. On hearing about all the QTE and auto savepoints, I have cancelled my pre-order.
The "extras" or discount they give you for preordering a game these days hardly ever worth it.
ForgedReality wrote on Mar 3, 2013, 16:19:
Watch Tomb Raider fucking suck, and all those morons who pre-ordered are pissed off that it's an oversimplified quicktime-event sequence on rails for consoles.
I fully expect that to happen. I'll wait for some reviews first (and not the kind that are paid to review games before their release). And then I'll wait some more for a sale. XD
Tanto Edge wrote on Feb 22, 2013, 12:04:
Yes but it's such a faithful recreation of Dragons Lair.
Replete with cartoony deaths.
El Pit wrote on Jan 7, 2013, 15:11:
I think Actiblizz', Valve's, and the other bigger game companies' new found love for Linux is a bluff. IMO they're trying to put some pressure on Microsoft to rethink its Win8 market place. I really don't think the big game companies want to irritate their customers with Linux and its not very consumer friendly "compile your own files" approach. Yeah, I know, it's easy to use for nerds, but we're talking the Average Joe Steam customer here.
deqer wrote on Dec 29, 2012, 23:21:
We all know what "multiplayer" means now a days.
wtf_man wrote on Aug 22, 2012, 10:41:
I haven't bought NOR PLAYED an Ubisoft game since the DRM-Free Prince of Persia (2008).
BECAUSE of their DRM.
So, if 93% - 95% is truly pirating their games (which is probably a number being pulled out of their ass)... that's because the rest of us gave up on them altogether, and won't buy an "always on-line single player game".