|Mr Puggsly said:
Its fine, great compared to other handheld shooters. Solid story and the gameplay is true to the series.
I dont recall a lot of variety in level design though, basically just jungle and tombs.
The puzzles were more like rubbing the screen, aiming the camera at the light, etc. Almost feels like they were forced to use Vita features.
Seems like fine enough, will look at how much it'll cost me to play it.
About the puzzles, that is meh. But since it was to show what the vita was capable off I can understand, too bad it was badly implemented only for the gimmick of it.
|Mr Puggsly said:
If I'm not a Sony enthusiast I dont know why I give them so much money.
I enjoy Sony games, but sometimes I'm confused by the amount of praise some of their games get.
I was listening to Giant Bombcast and the guy who gave it a perfect score for that site admitted the first 8 or 9 chapters were slow and numerous others playing it felt gameplay mechanics are kinda just average. I personally wouldnt give a game a perfect score bearing that in mind. From what I've played thus far it gets really good atound chapter 10, thats nearly half way in.
This thread isnt really about Sony or ND, I'm confused why this is treated like the perfect game by many critics. I'm a big fan of FUN GAMEPLAY and thats where I feel this game misses. In story telling and cool action scenes, well the game is amazing there.
You like sony games. But on equal amount like other platforms (on most threads I see your posts you seem to preffer the offers on MS side, no problem on that). And you understood quite well when I said you aren't an enthusiast and so your praise or like of the game was sincere.
And the amount of praise that to you seems excessive could either be difference in taste (I really do love UC but didn't like TLOUR as much, I used to like Resident Evil a lot, but going from the easy going fun on Uncharted to the very dense and tense TLOUR was harsh on me. The game is great but my taste goes more to UC than TLOUR) or of course in several cases it's just people climbing a hype train or being missleading.
I agree it's ridiculous to give a 10 if for half of the game you didn't like the pace or felt the gameplay felt improper.
I know this thread isn't about it. It's more to say this game is true to its franchise for the good or the bad. And if it's similar to the other 3 and all them got very good scores and this one is a little above them all them the score is deserved in comparison, even if for you all of them should have been graded a little lower.
duduspace11 "Well, since we are estimating costs, Pokemon Red/Blue did cost Nintendo about $50m to make back in 1996"
Mr Puggsly: "Hehe, I said good profit. You said big profit. Frankly, not losing money is what I meant by good. Don't get hung up on semantics"