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Did I sound negative? Oh, dear.
I have enjoyed both Singularity and Clive Barker's Jericho. Nothing wrong with 'bland' shooters, especially if you have the capacity to enjoy something that might...
It's a bland shooter with interesting mechanics and a narrative that is slightly more than shallow justification for all the player-incited bloodshed. Think Singularity or Clive Barker's Jericho, but...
22-06-2011, 10:59 AM
Clearly, you forgot about L4D2.
Almost every leisure activity is more enjoyable with friends, that is in the very nature of socialising. Hell, I managed to brave through two months of WoW because I played with friends. I don't...
Second Sight is arguably the best example of what you've described, at least from the games I've played. A shame the game itself is average. Some bits of game mechanics are enjoyable, while others -...
Sticky: Ah, yes, Portal 2...
Ah, yes, Portal 2 glitches.
Ah, interactive as in you can influence the narrative. Disregard the example, then.
There will always be 'constraints' in that aspect, because you can't account for every single action taken by...
Portal 2, perhaps?
Does Magicka qualify? It's fairly low on loot, and there's nary any sense of character-wise progression besides acquisition of spells (magicks), so it's closer to being an action adventure. Yet by...
I hate games with multiple approaches that occasionally force you down a single path without telling you that they are doing such. Or arbitrary changes in established game mechanics overall, I guess....
It doesn't even feel like an antiquated relic of the bygone days. If it felt like a 5+ year old game, it wouldn't have regenerating health or a limit of two weapons. The only 5+ year old touches to...
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