Have this game on the PS4 but have never gone past the first two levels. I remember finding the dialogue facepalm worthy.
Keeley Hawes for life.Today i finished Lara Croft and Temple of Osiris with friend. First of all that is one short game, we finished it in under 5 hours (without all challenge tombs and collectibles). It is worse than Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light. While some tombs are bigger overall game is easier. Also that damn in game map is worthless. But it is still fun game to play and voice actress who is voicing Lara is miles ahead of Camila in new trilogy. In the end i must say that i prefer both Lara Croft games more than new TR trilogy.
I finished it on PC and it ran without issues so no idea what you're talking about.
Just release date i guess. Do that and it would dynamically include all games then arrange them by release date.
I mean, I don't own it, was just what I read. It just had really poor user reviews when I checked it out (looks like it's recovered). The forums though are still full of complaints.
It’s a completely average Souls clone. It doesn’t do anything particularly badly but also nothing interesting except for maybe the seamless coop which I haven’t tried much since I prefer playing Souls games solo.
I would say that the home-base evolving over the course of the adventure is cool and a bit different.
Exactly how I feel. I've yet to play a "Souls-like" that I've enjoyed as much as the Souls series.
I like it, it is less serious Gears of War with better combat and movement. Locations are visually nice too. I kinda feel that Bulletstorm is to Gears of War what Deadpool is to main MCU movies.
I agree with this entirely. Played Ashen on Game Pass last year and was distinctly underwhelmed. One thing that stood out as being bad was the way open areas are designed - ie terribly, with no sense of progression or meaningful enemy encounters.It’s a completely average Souls clone. It doesn’t do anything particularly badly but also nothing interesting except for maybe the seamless coop which I haven’t tried much since I prefer playing Souls games solo.
There are actual jumping and platforming mechanics unlike most Souls but almost all the loot and secrets is dull and not worth it. They removed stats (which Im fine with btw!) since then you can focus on weapon or tools variety in terms of design. Except the game has piss poor variety to begin with. It’s just different skins of clubs, axes, spears and hammers with negligble difference in animations and usage.
The game’s core loop is fetch questing around the giant map with quest markers and barely a sense of surprise except for a handful of set pieces. While it doesn’t do anything specifically badly, there is a section in a later dungeon that will drive you up a wall due to your AI companion’s stupidity.
Honestly, the game does nothing but make you appreciate From’s masterful game design in comparison. Only recommend it on a sale.
This has kinda been my experience with it, my memories of Halo did not match the reality.
I reached perfection with the Switch pro controller and gyro, but i guess your issues doesn't lie there.
Well it's a series designed around controllers so it makes sense. I'm not a KBM player anyways so i feel at home with Reach
I agree on all of the above.I would say that the home-base evolving over the course of the adventure is cool and a bit different.
I think the art style is marvelous (the wood-carved people look). The music is also really good.
I also think the platforming, while yeah, not exactly rewarding, gives the game a bit of a different feel.
The lantern stuff does what a lot of people wanted DS2 to do (and proves that it's not really that great of a mechanic).
The perspective is Diablo-y, but it's more like Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light in that it's basically like the regular games just with a different perspective.
Does it feature a story driven campaign? I played Darksiders I and II - enjoyed both of them including the story. Is Genesis a continuation of these games or set in a different timeline?
Yes it's pretty much just an isometric Darksiders, but with a level-based structure (which you can revisit from a hub world). It's a prequel set before the events of all the mainline games.
Oh sweet. The reviews are surprisingly positive too. Definitely going on the backlog.
Yeah I sopped before I go burned lol. Now I'm dowloading it on a USB and crossing fingers.
Triple monitors is a pain in the ass, I only ever found it even somewhat worth it for flight sims. I still run three monitors for desktop but even that's a pain in the ass, middle being 165hz and the sides being 60hz gives some weird sync issues where if you're playing videos on more than one monitor they all stutter to shit. Maybe I should just change my main monitor to 120hz (which should play nicer with 60hz) but that will kind of sucks for games. I might be crazy but there doesn't seem to be any extremely quick way to change refresh rate on the fly.I've been a bit fascinated by the idea of a triple monitor set up since I got two new monitors. The new monitors are identical 27 inch models compared to my old 23's. But for fun I think I'll still place one of them beside the 27's just to see a game with 3 monitors whenever I get a new video card.
Anyways I've seen some videos of people with 3 monitor set ups. But has anyone done 3 big screen TV set ups? I mean like three 55+ inch TV's side by side as a triple screen set up? My curiosity wants to see such a thing if anyone has ever done this and filmed it lol.
BIOS time? You mean like bootup? On Linux booting up to the point I can browse the internet is like 8 to 10 seconds. On a normal SSD that is.