Incredible world, awesome gameplay etc, etc. There has been so much praise for this game, and I agree with it.
I thought that story was great, but not the best. At least not so emotionally involving. For example RDR/GTA IV plots were more interesting for me. I cared more about what happened to Niko Bellic/John Marston. Maybe 3 main characters did it. After all I still liked GTA V's story.
Pretty ridiculous stuff, in a good way. It's not realistic, it's not art, it's just a really fun time. But gameplay wasn't that special. I had much more fun gameplay-wise with Spec Ops, even though both are 3rd person shooters.
I played this with PS3 and there was some pretty bad FPS drops from time to time, but it was playable.
Well, story is what it is. Hard to say anything from it as the whole game is meant to be a joke. It's good to experience something so ridiculous once in a while.
Really enjoyed playing this, but it doesn't rise that high on my best games list.
Some people have complained that the controls in this game are clumsy etc. But I didn't have almost any problems with them. I actually enjoyed the gameplay pretty much. You'll get killed very fast even in the low difficulty levels. Well crafted cover based shooter.
Story was something that you don't see very often in video games, in shooters even less. It speaks out about US military invading all over the world and what is right, and what cost you are willing to pay for it. But something little was still missing from it. It didn't make me feel that awed than some other plots, but it was very enjoyable one for sure.
One of the better shooter experiences with dark/thought provoking story.
Hmm.. I think that this game was a bit too repetitive with nothing but 16 boss fights, no proper story. Though atmosphere was pretty hauntingly beautiful from time to time. Some fights were fun, but some pretty annoying because of sloppy controls. Time has eaten a bit from this game.
I really like space as horror enviroment. Dead Space delivered nice atmosphere, but for only a while for me. It was too repetive and somehow writing wasn't that good. I didn't care for Isaac's wife dying etc. It didn't bring up emotions. With better script and executing, it could have been great.
Pretty good. It's already a bit old and it can be seen from graphics.
Story is kinda good, but I felt that storytelling could have been better. Comic cutscenes were great, but storytelling while playing somehow lacked feeling.
Awesome game! The very ending was made gorgeously, one of the best ever in my opinion. Things calm down and it feels like John Marston has his peace at last. He can finally be with his family, but then his past comes to mess it up again.
In my opinion most annoying thing in RDR was riding. It was a bit boring. Sometimes you just had to ride and ride and ride.
Missions were sometimes little bit too repetive and the world could have been more lifely. Beside these things I totally loved RDR.
Great game! It was refreshing to play after all the modern games filled with shooting etc. And it cost me only 400 MS points (about 4 euros). Totally worth the money! Though sometimes camera was pretty annoying.
It was not that good as I expected. Don't get me wrong. Game was cool, but not that awesome as I thought. Strongest part was again crazy and awesome cinematic moments and characters. Story was kinda lame in my opinion on this one. Maybe Uncharted's polished and "clean" world just isn't for me.
Game was ok. Story was cool, but nothing really extra ordinary. Basically fighting was fun, but some game mechanics just felt old and clumsy. Some level designs were also horrible in my opinion (Going back and forth in Cliffs of Madness). Game felt little bit old design in 2012. But overall the game was entertaining.
Hmm.. Great game and great characters. Side missions weren't that good. Only the ones with old team members were great. The ending was a little disappointment. All the choices you've done in all 3 games didn't matter in the end.. But actually whole Mass Effect 3 was "the ending of saga". Choices made affected the journey, but it just didn't affect "the ending of Mass Effect 3".
Tho I think that ending wasn't that bad as some think. The idea is great but the execution slacked a bit. I really like that Bioware made an ending that isn't simple and all chewed up for you. You have to think to get any clear image of what happened.
Cool idea and parkour is ok (and music is cool), but still Mirror's Edge was a big disappointment for me. Shitty story (setting was ok, but storytelling and characters were so bad... Next time more concentration on storywriting and characters), stupid cutscenes and bad combat...