I can't work out how the first has a better story. At what point does the story feel better than the sequel? I found the game was limited in terms of actual great performances that drove the game somewhere. It was pretty basic with only a few genuine moments between ellie and joel, or should i say ellie, since she pretty much started or drove the conversations. The ending was far from satisfying. Ellie and joel put on more convincing acting and peformances in the sequel, felt like an actual hollywood movie in terms of production and direction. Abby's performances also rivalled that of joel in the first.
I had played the first one this year.
I might replay it many times in the future. A true classic.
To those who say the second one is superior in every single thing, one has to remember that part 2 is a PS4 game and the first was a PS3 game. Given the technology the first one was the best game ever made. We need to compare both with some context.
Remove the technology you get the story. If story stinks, you shoot the game.
Games always receive harsher scores latter one when they are this high.
TLoU2 hate campaign certainly influenced some critics too that felt it should be better to take some points from it.
Well as I said I was fully expecting it, when people were expecting it to move to 97 here I told it was way easier for it to drop to 94 than to go up. And it finished were I expected.
It was clear it would not please everybody as it was a daring game, and I'm glad for it, their courage was paid off IMO, we got an one of a kind game because of it.
Hate didn't influenced my dislike of the game, so I give the benefit of the doubt to both the reviewers who gave 100 and the ones who gave 70. I think it's fair.
God bless You.
When PS4 will hit 100m consoles sold: Before Christmas 2019
There were three ravens sat on a tree / They were as blacke as they might be / The one of them said to his mate, Where shall we our breakfast take?