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5. Re: A Plague Tale: Innocence Reviews May 15, 2019, 02:13 Quinn
 
mellis wrote on May 14, 2019, 17:57:
Quinn wrote on May 14, 2019, 10:54:
Completely off-topic: a Just Cause 4 dev contacted me personally today because of a negative review I posted on Steam back when it was released.

Just Cause 4 was a lazy cash-grab. Identical game-play to JC3, except with less of everything. Less story (if that was even possible), less variation in misson design and most criminally of all; a lot less physics based destruction. The 'Tornado' based wind destruction gimmick was utterly anaemic especially compared to the pyrotechnical physics mayhem in JC3 (thinking of the mining complex on the plateau in JC3 in particular that was a veritable carnival of destruction).

They produced a game that was worse than its predecessor and were rightly punished for it.

I know. I posted a negative review.
 
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4. Re: A Plague Tale: Innocence Reviews May 14, 2019, 17:57 mellis
 
Quinn wrote on May 14, 2019, 10:54:
Completely off-topic: a Just Cause 4 dev contacted me personally today because of a negative review I posted on Steam back when it was released.

Just Cause 4 was a lazy cash-grab. Identical game-play to JC3, except with less of everything. Less story (if that was even possible), less variation in misson design and most criminally of all; a lot less physics based destruction. The 'Tornado' based wind destruction gimmick was utterly anaemic especially compared to the pyrotechnical physics mayhem in JC3 (thinking of the mining complex on the plateau in JC3 in particular that was a veritable carnival of destruction).

They produced a game that was worse than its predecessor and were rightly punished for it.
 
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3. Re: A Plague Tale: Innocence Reviews May 14, 2019, 11:05 RedEye9
 
HorrorScope wrote on May 14, 2019, 10:44:
ACG - "bring you reviews that aren't 10 mins long, alluding to shorter takes. Review 16 mins. Back to back days. Or does he mean 10 mins is too short, he gives us more beef? Today's world I was thinking 10 mins is too long, could be wrong on his intentions. As for the game he liked it, he mentioned Hellblade which was a boring walking simulator for me, APT: 12 hours - $45.
Skip to the end and just listen to whether he recommends buy, deep sale or never touch.
 
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2. Re: A Plague Tale: Innocence Reviews May 14, 2019, 10:54 Quinn
 
Looking forward to getting this, but the release date is bad for me. Just got my hands on Rage 2.

Completely off-topic: a Just Cause 4 dev contacted me personally today because of a negative review I posted on Steam back when it was released. He told me the graphics got an overhaul and other major improvements had been added with the latest patch. Can anyone confirm this is the case?
 
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1. Re: A Plague Tale: Innocence Reviews May 14, 2019, 10:44 HorrorScope
 
ACG - "bring you reviews that aren't 10 mins long, alluding to shorter takes. Review 16 mins. Back to back days. Or does he mean 10 mins is too short, he gives us more beef? Today's world I was thinking 10 mins is too long, could be wrong on his intentions. As for the game he liked it, he mentioned Hellblade which was a boring walking simulator for me, APT: 12 hours - $45.

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