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combobroken
3/27/20
9:38 AM
1

Gotta agree with this post. Honestly I enjoy the chill pace of the game because though it encourage me to play short sessions, it also gives me plenty to just open the game again the day after nonetheless. So some of my time has been spent figuring what other games to play in alternance with this one.

For a while that Read more

3/27/20
9:34 AM
1

Animal Crossing is a game about setting limitations, which is the exact opposite of what most games do: Give complete power to the gamer. Read more

3/12/20
1:16 PM
1

I’m glad there is something coming that might scratch your particular itch. I’m excited for Baldur’s Gate III, though for entirely different reasons, but it’s always nice when the stars align and you get that game that slots in perfectly to what you’re looking for.

3/12/20
11:46 AM
1

What games are your cup of tea? I take it you’re a fan of the fantasy setting, but almost every fantasy game I can think of is an rpg with stats and mechanics and lore and all that jazz. That jazz is my jazz, but I can empathize with your take on strategy. I’m the worst strategist I know, and any level of strategy is Read more

2/13/20
11:52 PM
1

The whole time I kept thinking to myself, “man, this would be way more interesting if it wasn’t an MMO and was a game that was more mechanically fun to play.” Read more

2/13/20
10:38 AM
1

World of Warcraft is probably one of the weirdest MMOs just by virtue of it being around for so long. I haven’t played in awhile but I was never able to get into it for much the same reasons as you describe. It’s incredibly go here, fetch this, return uninspiring missions. It has probably gotten better since I played Read more

9/7/19
12:11 PM
1

How far are we from having a playable Tom Clancy universe, where Sam uncovers data that sends the ghosts to clear a sector so R6 can infiltrate a building and disarm a bomb? Who am I forgetting?

8/30/19
12:36 AM
1

Yeah, the “hiding in plain sight” thing is very much just from Conviction. I think there were actually a number of levels in which that happened (since Sam was on the run). Could be an interesting twist, though.

8/29/19
1:29 PM
1

Chaos Theory is, in my opinion, the best stealth game ever. It had a great story, great dialogue and characters, and really fleshed out the mechanics from the original Splinter Cell game. It could be a bit clunky at times with it’s interface, certainly moreso than it’s more... uncouth shoot-first-ask-questions-later Read more

8/29/19
11:58 AM
1

The early development videos of Splinter Cell Conviction still look like a game that needs to be made. It had open level design, heavy emphasis on blending into crowds and using the environment in hand-to-hand fighting. They ended up scrapping those concepts for the game that became Conviction.

8/29/19
11:30 AM
1

i think i would really enjoy an open world splinter cell game, akin to mgs 5. i think i would at least. sometimes those games lose me, other times i get lost in them.

8/29/19
10:44 AM
1

I’ve had a weird relationship with the Splinter Cell series compared to the way it seems most fans feel about it (I played the first and thought it was fine but bounced off Chaos Theory a couple times until years later getting Conviction and Blacklist and really enjoying them) but I’m definitely curious to see what Read more

8/29/19
9:20 AM
1

Totally agree, loved the original Splinter Cell but I kind of lost interest in the series. Older Hitman games I LOVED then Itried to play Absolution and HATED it, I literally bailed on the game. Now I am totally engrossed in the new Hitman/Hitman 2 I have over 100 hours into the 2 games and still going. I play through Read more

8/29/19
9:03 AM
1

I agree on lots of stuff. To be frank, the tone was perfect in Chaos Theory. Sam had some great quips, but the situations were tense and seemed believable compared to other stealth franchises. I wouldn’t want it to be Avengers goofy, but I also thought Blacklist and Conviction were far too self serious.

2/23/19
2:55 PM
1

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8/16/18
3:03 PM
1

Roach is awesome. He’s an unruly little jerk that doesn’t listen at all, but he’s awesome. Real horses are often kind of jerks themselves... They’ll throw you if you’re not paying attention, and then make very amused neighing noises while you pick yourself up.

8/14/18
9:42 AM
1

I struggled with the Witcher 3 after having handily enjoyed #2 (never played #1) until I realized I truly needed to role play as Geralt, a master swordsman. The combat was awful for me at first because I was trying to be a mage, but Geralt isn’t a mage. Going full magic build is extremely hard. I dumped the majority Read more

8/14/18
9:03 AM
1

I never read the lore too, but geralt is an awesome character nonetheless. It's strange that you claim to be a RPG fan and yet you didn't understand this gem of a game...