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20-11-2011, 06:12 PM #2001
20-11-2011, 06:45 PM #2002
I bought the Season Pass. It's just a 14 Euros preorder for those three mission packs I mentioned. It also unlocked a couple of cosmetic items.
The mission packs are:
· Genkibowl VII (Scheduled to be available January 2012)
The Wide World of Genki takes over Steelport for a sporting tradition totally and utterly unlike any other.
· Gangstas in Space (Scheduled to be available Winter 2012)
The Saints go intergalactic in this science-fiction misadventure.
· The Trouble With Clones (Scheduled to be available Spring 2012)
Copy-cat killing at its finest.
20-11-2011, 07:08 PM #2003
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I just completed first Splinter Cell yesterday,today i am going to start with Pandora Tomorrow,and so on.
20-11-2011, 08:17 PM #2004
20-11-2011, 08:23 PM #2005
I, for one, appreciate impatient people like Nalano. They're the engine that keeps the industry moving, and allow patient folks like myself to buy games years later at steep discounts without the entire industry collapsing. Granted, I don't really do that anymore, but I accrued a nice healthy multi-thousand-hour backlog on this principle, so I'm still grateful.
There's also something to be said for supporting developers that produce games you really enjoy. SR3 wouldn't fall into that category for me personally, but I gather it does for Nalano, and those early sales tend to determine whether we'll see an SR4.
20-11-2011, 10:47 PM #2006
20-11-2011, 11:34 PM #2007
Anyway, back to the topic at hand, I've been playing Just Cause 2 Complete as an early birthday present from my mum (well, it was on sale on GamersGate and I've been on the fence about it for some time). Wow, that was fun! The controls are a bit annoying and I'll have to get used to them, but I've got to say I've enjoyed what I've played so far.
20-11-2011, 11:36 PM #2008
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I've been playing Unity of Command (sorta reviewed recently on the Flare Path RPS column) and I'm really enjoying it. It's a very accessible wargame, plays quick (for a wargame), and has a fantastic UI. You can buy direct from the devs only, and I'm glad to be parting hard earned cash for indies that produce such wonderful stuff. Go check it out - http://unityofcommand.net/
There is no demo, but I took the plunge and have no regrets. I'd say it's geared towards "casual wargamers" :)Easy (nCore) likes Braaaains
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21-11-2011, 12:19 AM #2009
I'm partway through a first-time playthrough of Outcast. Despite all I'd heard about it, I was kind of expecting it to have become tarnished with time, and I'm delighted that I've found this not to be the case. I think if I had played this back when it was released, it would have blown my mind.
The gameplay holds up surprisingly well. I'm struggling to find a modern analogue, but it's kind of a Mass Effect style guns n' conversation, but in an open world.
I like the way you can talk to an NPC and have them give directions as to where you need to go, it adds to the exploration element. The devs really made an effort at creating their own world too, it feels very 'alien', despite the aged graphics. There's even an in-game dictionary so you can tranlate what the locals are talking about. The music is absolutely lovely too.
Very enjoyable so far.
21-11-2011, 12:33 AM #2010
1. Not playing the game is not playing the game.
2. SR3 is a full game without the DLC. SR3 will be an even fuller game with the DLC. DLC is not categorically "ridiculous."
3. As Vinraith has pointed out, you won't get your collector's edition without people like me.
21-11-2011, 02:16 AM #2011
No argument with the other two, but #1 (which is a great comic, mind) only really applies if SR3 was the only game you had any interesting in playing at the moment. Maybe that's true, I wouldn't know, but I know in my case whenever I defer a purchase it really just means playing some other stuff first.
21-11-2011, 05:29 AM #2012
I actually have a list of games I want (inventively called Games I Want) which I split into those to get at first availability and those down-the-line. Because of release windows, it usually means that I can get games I want and will play immediately and get through them or slow down play time (if they're for example a MP focused game like BF3) which means I can come back to the 'later' games when they're cheap. I find it to be a rather good strategy. I've even got it going into next year (granted, only 4 games) so I have a bit in mind. As it stands, the only games I'm getting at release for the rest of this year are Sonic Generations (which I got for the obviously outrageous price of £15) and the re-release of Sonic CD.
Anyhow, to keep this thread relevant, BF3 has been side-lined for more Zelda. After 15 hours of play, the game has gotten a lot better, but it's a real shame it's taken so long to get there. It has, however, really made me excited for Darksiders 2.
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