So if you watch a game on Youtube and you think "This game looks boring and I hate the story" all the way through. That can all change completely after playing the game for yourself? Just seems like an excuse because you yourself love the game so much. Not saying that is the case, it just kinda comes off that way.
Now TLOU2 is my GOTY, but I still think its interesting to hear from people who didnt like it. Doesnt make the game any less enjoyable to me.
Some people just have deranged points of view when it comes to something they cherish way too much, that they'll completely forgo rational logic.
So if I watch someone playing Bloodborne or any souls like game and the person makes a flawless play of the game I can then have the right impression that the game is very easy?
I can bet someone watching it on YT doesn`t have the same level of attention and immersion than someone playing first hand nor the investment on the game.
Well then we can never discuss a new game until it releases and we have all played it. If I see a trailer of a new game, I cant say it looks fun. I have to play it to be sure that its fun? I find this a bit silly. We have all been gaming for many years, yet we cant even make up our mind unless we play a game? Like we have zero experience to draw from?
What get's me, is that we have plenty of users on here that look at gameplay and trailers and they already decide a game is bad or janky or going to flop, before even going with the rules they preach, but in this case it's somehow not allowed.
Last edited by Chazore - on 02 February 2021