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Average User Score: 2.6Jun 24, 2015This is the poster-child for what's wrong with console ports. Game simply doesn't work on the PC and shouldn't have been sold in the stateThis is the poster-child for what's wrong with console ports. Game simply doesn't work on the PC and shouldn't have been sold in the state it was. Either a complete failure by Rocksteady and their QA department, evidence of a lack of QA completely or what is more likely, the dangers of devaluing a consumer segment so much that you'd outsource it's development and release it for full retail without even testing it.
Thank god for Steam refunds.… Expand
Average User Score: 4.3Feb 10, 2015While the game itself is promising and full of potential, the DLC tactics of Day One DLC, complicated pre-order packaging and pay-walls hidingWhile the game itself is promising and full of potential, the DLC tactics of Day One DLC, complicated pre-order packaging and pay-walls hiding advantage-based content like additional monsters and hunters makes the game a giant DLC platform.
The game is not worth $60 by itself and the DLC costs support that. This game was released in slices in order to benefit execs, not gamers.
Makes gamers weigh a good time with supporting a troubling DLC practice.… Expand
Average User Score: 8.6Mar 27, 2014Hilarious, NSFW, amazing and addicting. I have no hesitation in saying this is one of the best games I've played in my 20 years of PC gaming.Hilarious, NSFW, amazing and addicting. I have no hesitation in saying this is one of the best games I've played in my 20 years of PC gaming. If you're a fan of South Park, this game is a must. If you're a fan of retro-RPG's, this game is a must.
So much great content hidden in this game.… Expand
Average User Score: 7.0Dec 18, 2013The game started off fantastic but like any SOE game, SOE's habit of ruining a good thing through updates has happened once more. Balance isThe game started off fantastic but like any SOE game, SOE's habit of ruining a good thing through updates has happened once more. Balance is horrid, updates are nearly always lopsided adding almost absurd advantages/disadvantages for factions, vehicles or weaponry.
While that's to be expected perhaps with any SOE game, given that the game relies on a certification point system that is earned over time, it's infuriating to spend your precious certs on items, vehicles or classes only to have those choices irrevocably nerfed or broken without any way to get a refund on the certification points you spent.
The ability to refund/re-certify has been on their development plan for far over a year at this point but continues to be pushed off while huge, untested and bug-ridden patches are put out in odd succession.
Let alone that the game itself has 3 continents, each in a different stage of development making the game lopsided and uneven, the game suffers horribly from a fourth faction issue (where you can make alts for each faction and swap immediately to whatever faction is winning) has been a known issue since launch and unfixed despite that it makes the game a contest of who can swap to the winning side first.
Avoid at all costs. The game is now in a stale development cycle as SOE looks to launch it on PS4 and the latest update (PU2) has once again brought the servers down for the last 2-3 days.… Expand