Discussion in 'Article Discussion' started by CardJoe, 2 Jun 2011.
We called it. What now, haters?
I really need to complete the first one. My attention span i....
Good, it deserves to be played by everyone.
I'd chill if I were you. At least until we see just how cut down the game has to be to work on your pocket calculator of a console.
Would love to see the comparison screenies of the 360 version WITHOUt photoshopped AA naturally.
You have no idea what i was talking about. Lol at your little attack.
The PC release already showed consolified features, all they have to do now is turn down the graphics.
Just started playing it and TBH i can't believe how so many people are commenting how this is a "true PC game". The whole thing felt even more console orientated than Mass Effect (IMO).
I'm not saying that it's bad, just that lots of things felt more cumbersome using my mouse than when i plugged in my controller.
Ah yeah, i also want to clarify that i think the game is outstanding, it's just that it was obviously prepared for a multiplatform release from the get-go.
But at lease we had it first the way it should be
Surely there'll be a problem here though: the reviews I've said have all commented on how it expects you to have a background in the lore - basically it expects you to have played the first game. If the first game wasn't released on console, surely this will affect a lot more people.
I'm not saying that I disagree with the approach, mind. In fact, I prefer it - no one complains that you need to watch the first film in a trilogy to understand what's going on later! It's nice to have to do a little digging to find things out. I don't want to be spoon-fed.
lol when I read Polish shops I thought you meant like Mr Sheen, not in Poland!
Yeah dude, I didn't play the Wither one but it in no way has affected my love for the 2nd game.
Hope it does well and earns CDP a shed load of cash, but most of all I hope they always keep the PC as the main platform and we continue to get the first releases of future games.
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