D2 is pretty awesome. Honeymoon period has worn off though. A lot of improvements, but also a lot of stupid changes that nobody asked for. It's a 2 steps forward, one step back scenario. It's still a vast improvement over D1, but there are a lot of missed opportunities
I did a lot of that, but because of the difficulty there was a lot of added chaos so i didn't even bother going for that trophy. Think I managed to get on 4-5 jeeps and lost my patience dying so much (not from the jeeps though). Do you have it installed on an external hdd? Stock internal? Mine is an internal 1tb hybrid so maybe that is why I didn't have an issue.
Got to give it credit though, it pushed on through. Didn't crash, like another games would have.
Busy with my second play through now, will take it a bit easier when I get back there & see what happens.
Resident Evil: Revelations - it has it's moments, mostly with the ridiculous plot, but I don't understand the high user scores and dedicated fanbase for this game. Backlash against RE5 and 6 I'm sure. There's also almost no reason to buy the PS4/X1 version if you own a PC or last-gen copy.
Life is Strange: Before the Storm "Awake" - They need to drop the first part of the title as takes up half the menu screen. An almost perfect follow up to the first game and Deck Nine have really nailed down everything that people loved. The lack of time-rewinding powers means the stakes never feel as high but the writing, visuals and music remain excellent.
PS2. Got the good ending.
Done by David Cage, who went on to do Heavy Rain!
Great game, just that awful grainy filter. & the quick time events can go on a bit long.
Lucas pretty much becomes Neo near the end of the game lol
There are some nice bonus features to unlock as well. Like making of vids & songs.
Assassins Creed 3 - Or "How to squander an interesting setting by overcomplicating everything"
I'm inclined to forgive the lengthy opening setting as Hathway as it sets the scene quite well and you're left unaware of how they've managed to make the trivial crap the fill the game world with in previous titles more complex. The only thing worse than a boring task is an overly complex boring task. More time spent, even less rewarding.
On the upside, beautiful setting, excellent combat, and less conventional protagonist (I don't quite understand the fascination with Ezio, who's personality changes inconsistently across three games). The introduction of naval combat is great, even if it never evolves over the game, and developing the homestead and watching your settlers lives play out was excellent - far better than Ezio's sister sitting at a desk doing accounting for two decades or his mom praying at her bedside for the same amount of time.
On the downside, the aforementioned complexity to every damn tasks from completing side quests, establishing a fast travel network, to trying to set up trade caravans. Stealth was also rubbish, with movement feeling smoother but less precise, and guards that outnumber the civilian populations. Combat is pitifully easy but time consuming when every detection means you have to slaughter a platoon of soldiers every city block (which was actually more time efficient than trying to find a way to lower your notoriety). Then there was the ending, something that was always going to feel lacking in grandeur after having gamers slog through 5 games to get there.
Overall, better than the first game but worse than any of the Ezio games.
@Scottie - I'd call bull on some of that list! Altair, even with the extra scenes in Revelations, was bland. Desmond was eternally painful to listen to and was possibly even worse. Conner has some great moments in his homestead, even if he is permanently annoyed with everyone else. I'll grant that Ezio has some great moments, especially in AC2, but the disjointed jumps in time over that trilogy make it inconsistent.
After a lengthy break, I'll try out Black Flag, Freedom Cry and Rogue and reconsider my opinions.
Tales from the Borderlands
One of the best Telltales games I have played. Yes, even better then TWD season 1!!
Excellent voice acting, brilliant story & lol jokes! Fist bump bro!!!!!!
Just make sure you play Borderlands 2 first.
SPOILERS!!! When I got to pick my Vault Hunters, I unlocked everybody except Zer0. So went with August, Felix & Athena. & because I picked Felix, I got the cash to get a mystery Vault Hunter...Claptrap lol & I was able to save Sasha!