no thank you
Without the stupid dubbed in music and dipshits laughing at themselves this would be maybe funny.
As much as I like the Final Fantasy IV battle music, this would've been better off with some judiciously inserted slide-whistle pratfall sound effects.
|infinite zest |
I remember watching a playthrough of Heavy Rain after it came out a couple of years ago. It actually looked like more fun to watch than play. The story and graphics were really good at the time, and some of the dialog was really good (other times ShenMue quality).
But why oh why would anyone want to play this? The first 45 minutes is learning how to brush your teeth! You don't get to drive, or shoot a gun, or anything. I know it's not the first game to do this, but games like Dragons Lair are kinda fun because it's basically the length of a Saturday Morning Cartoon. After an hour I'd just want to game to play through on its own.
(Meaning how did it sell so many copies and get GOTY from nearly everybody)?
It was one of those times when games were jerking around with grandiose ideas about being cinematic and story driven and this is the game that went completely over the swingset.
Wow, I didn't think it was possible for someone to have a more annoying laugh than Rich Evans. I was mistaken.
|Killer Joe |
Just shut up, ass.
ONE MIGHT ASSUME YOU FIND IT FUNNY WHEN YOU POST IT.
|That guy |
I have to 5 for the two contradictory effects here:
This guy's laugh is annoying, yet infectious.
This game looks stupid, yet every time I see something making fun of it, I want to play it.
From what I understand there's no real way to "fuck up" or die: one thing I loved about RE:4 was the satisfaction I still got when I messed up a QTE and got disembowelled, but here you could probably just stand still and all you get is a bad ending like YOU WERE NOT A BAD ENOUGH DUDE TO SAVE YOUR SON. That and you have to change shitty diapers and talk people out of suicide. A nice escape from reality..
You could lose characters, in fact the story will work around that fact. I lost the FBI agent in my play through. I nearly lost the father.
For what it's worth, it was an interesting experience to play through once. I'm not sure I could play again though.
Ah ok my bad.. like I said I haven't played it, but I remember watching a bunch of fails on the trials and whatnot and even if you don't make it or don't even try it doesn't seem to mean that the kid's gonna die. If I had a PS3 I'd probably check it out, but LA Noir always seemed like a more interesting way to handle the crime drama genre, AND you could shoot people and sort of drive all by yourself!
This site's in a bad mood today.
That's what a msql con failed can do to a man.. He tries to fight it but the rage sets in; by morning the man looks into the mirror and sees something that he's not recognizing oh wait it's back! Cool beans!
|Robin Kestrel |
I could swear I saw this on here before.
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