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Too late...I'm enjoying the game and its deserves the reviews it gets. You just have bad tastes, loser.



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thanksforthe info. I will still probably buy, but maybe a bit later.



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j.thomaz said:
oh boy, i just feel like you describe and dont even have a copy of the game, only read comments and saw the videos.

now i see the game only sold 50.000 pcs.

i do not think my ubisoft share are going to raise thanks to RS2....

thank you any way

http://www.vgchartz.com/forum/thread.php?id=106501&page=1



I live for the burn...and the sting of pleasure...
I live for the sword, the steel, and the gun...

- Wasteland - The Mission.

Dang, I haven't played it yet, you make me want not to try



LastRambo341 said:

Too late...I'm enjoying the game and its deserves the reviews it gets. You just have bad tastes, loser.

well then keep on enjoying it , winner.



I live for the burn...and the sting of pleasure...
I live for the sword, the steel, and the gun...

- Wasteland - The Mission.

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I have to disagree: I think it's a wonderful game only hobbled by the lack of MP support.




Bought it, played it, and I'm enjoying it. It's definitely different from most FPS' out there, which is why I'm actually finding it refreshing rather than repetitive (I suppose its more of a FPA akin to Metroid Prime than a standard FPS). So yeah, regardless of the console I found it to be an enjoyable experience so far.

And don't listen to LastRambo, you're still a winner in my book.



Deffinately one of the better wii games, especially considering what type of game it is.



 

 

Smeags said:
Bought it, played it, and I'm enjoying it. It's definitely different from most FPS' out there, which is why I'm actually finding it refreshing rather than repetitive (I suppose its more of a FPA akin to Metroid Prime than a standard FPS). So yeah, regardless of the console I found it to be an enjoyable experience so far.

And don't listen to LastRambo, you're still a winner in my book.


Nobody should listen to HIM, not me.



I think it's great. The east meets west and future meets past flavors are pretty hilarious and done very well, with ninjas and Mad Max outlaws vs. cowboys and samurais, riding a moving platform through Japanese o-torii gates, and then having a wild west shootout on a train. I also love the phone booths, soda machines, and radio towers by old saloons and such. And the music really contributes to the atmosphere, especially when a fat bassline drops in right when enemies attack.

Not to mention the most important part, there's no switching between a gun mode and a sword mode. That's a great design concept that I wouldn't mind seeing again. The whole game you have both weapons out, and both weapons work great. This feels how games should feel. Ubisoft took their sweet time making this "sequel," and it shows.

And I happen to like training with my wax on wax off master, getting missions from my girl with boobiez, and killing Jackals with hidden strikes. It's a funny cross between spaghetti westerns, Mad Max, and Kill Bill. It does cinematic gaming a great favor by taking its inspiration from genres that aren't sci-fi/horror/explosions/aliens/Nazis. I don't think it does it as well as No More Heroes 2, but it's still pretty refreshing and fun.

With this right after Just Dance, I'm kinda proud of Ubisoft's Wii efforts for the first time since... Red Steel 1 and Raving Rabbids 1. They got something for the ladies and something for the hardcore/critics, and they're both exclusives. I can dig it.