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I loved your thread. You made up so much stuff that it had to be locked. I couldn't post in it because I was late to the party. Just wanted to thank you here for the enjoyment.
For the record, you said "Original story. Typical zombie fare."
So you think it has an original story. Go back to read what you wrote...Please.
What is your opinion on vigors in Bioshock Infinite?
Anyway, it's completely for me when someone dislikes a game that I like or thinks that it's overrated. I just don't like it when the points they're making are false or unfair.
I agree that the AI could have been better for example.
Yeah, I thought the story was awful, and that was my main gripe with it. That wouldn't been so prevalent if it wasn't so forced on you. It didn't give me any incentive to want to see the story end with that nagging little girl following me around throughout this generic world.
Like I said, I liked the game, I just think it's like 20 dollars for 2 hours of game, that felt like a watered down version of Resident Evil.
So how I see it your valid criticisms are: Bad story, bad characters (or maybe just Ellie), bad AI.
The reason I thought the world was tired is the same reason I thought the story was bad.
it wasn't original at ALL. True the world is gorgeous but it's not like it isn't something seen in many other game on the market, especially in this genre. I see the whole zombie setting as done to death and it doesn't help that it felt like resident evil without the depth.
I thought the game was generally uninspired. Though,
It was still a good game.
2 hours for 20$. I bought mine for almost 70 dollars so.
20 x 2/ 70 % = 5.7 hours. Minus the story that is about how long I spend on it on my first play through.
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mornelithe said:Well, I think that's very very likely to be the case for most people, but I'll always remember Jubei Kibagami, Tetsuo Shima, Shotaro Kineda, Devilman, and D (Vampire Hunter D), from my childhood/early teens. They're as recognizable to me as Mario. But, yeah, I'm certainly not representative of the majority, I'd say. I feel the same way dude. But the problem is...
generic-user-1 said:duck hunt is realy well known it seems. Was a bit surpised by this myself. I remember them from ages ago, but I didn't realize they were a Nintendo franchise until I saw the Smash annoucement. I think people would have guessed Solid Snake and Ice Climbers too if they were there. ...
Jizz_Beard_thePirate said: Someone called Kirby, Pikachu... Yea no, this isn't really evidence of anything They also called Link, Zelda... Yea...... If you show my mom a ps4, she would still call it a Nintendo... Does that mean Playstation isn't an iconic brand anymore? Nope It's nowhere near as iconic a brand as a Nintendo would be though. I'm not making this thread...
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