Creston wrote on Mar 30, 2017, 18:55:
eRe4s3r wrote on Mar 30, 2017, 18:36:
And "Franchise" fans who like this game are imo not fans, but fanboys.
Fuck off with your bullshit opinion. Is it cold up in that ivory fucking tower of yours? "IF I DON'T LIKE IT NOBODY CAN LIEK IT!"
The writing, voice acting, graphics are all atrociously sub-par.
ATROCIOUSLY sub-par graphics. Try to whine a little harder, I don't think people are feeling the righteous, shivering anger in your voice enough just yet.
And nobody even yet bashed the voice acting enough imo. The female Ryder is TOTAL SHIT. 0 Emotion in the voice anywhere.
No, she is actually pretty damn good. She's no Jennifer Hale, no. Nobody is. I personally wish Bioware would just cast Jennifer Hale in the lead role on every one of their games. But Fryda Wolff does a great job with dialogue that is all over the place in quality. She can't help the script as it's presented to her. All she can do is do the best she can in her delivery, which she does. There are plenty of moments in the game where she shines.
Again, you're just desperately flailing away, trying to bash every single thing about this game. It has plenty of flaws worth bashing. There's no need to make up ridiculous bullshit.
Isn't it apparent to you that you just walked straight into my setup to root out fanboys who'd defend this game as if it were their child? ^^ I never said you can't
like it, I said if you like it you are a fanboy, and that means ignoring the present flaws in writing, acting and setting. (Graphics like all body animations, skipping around, teleporting, clipping, Turians as a whole, Krogan armor, faces as a whole and facial animations aside, and that is to me atrociously sub-par for a AAA game). And the VA is not "pretty damn good" to me, she sounds like a phone hotline worker on her day off. That's also why she doesn't get any VA gigs in the real world. She has 1 voice mode, and that voice is what you get in ME:A. And if, like me, you can't stand her monotonous featureless voice on top of a soulless glob faced monstrosity with bad animations, you are SOL. This isn't just about her, but about casting no-name actors for primary roles, and making the default face look like an eternally grinning globzilla from some alien commercial...
All this stuff throws me out of immersion. And that, by MY definition, makes this a bad
And imagine that, the word Graphics means a lot more. I've seen characters phase through stairs, stand inside each other in dialog, float into the sky, fall through the world or stand in walls (and they continued to shoot at me, through walls). And graphics to me means everything, not just pretty landscapes, which is what Frostbite does
, so big surprise there that that element looks good. Sadly I don't play landscapes. I don't talk to landscapes and I don't shoot landscapes. And it's funny that you choose that location, because you have a lot of "fun" load times when you want to go back to the ship from there. Slow opening doors and a loading screen within a loading screen.
I had to restart the end fight 6 times because 1 of those stupid assemblers managed to float out into the void and not die. Unreachable that is. The script didn't continue and that was that.
So excuse me if my opinion of this game is "atrociously sub-par" , because I mean that literally. For what they hyped this up to be this was the most laughable experience I ever played. Half the time I played this for comedic value, because every new face was a new horror. My face is tired may be the meme right now, but there are hundreds of other horrors walking through that sad world of Andromeda. And when it failed to fire the scripts at the end I wasn't even angry anymore. Like globface the grinning alien I played, I didn't care anymore about anything in this game. ^^
Sadly, once I completed it, this changed because it sank in what I just had spend 44€ and many hours on ~.~ And, worse, I just had completed Nier: Automata, the far better