Average User Score: 3.6Oct 23, 2014I was so dissappointed with Archeage that I payed WoW after 2 years.
- Korean grinding: farm 600 seals in a player infested area? rly? -I was so dissappointed with Archeage that I payed WoW after 2 years.
- Korean grinding: farm 600 seals in a player infested area? rly?
- Rampant cheating: Cryengine, nothing more to say
- Rampant botting: There are even raids of bots out there
- Abysmal PvE: Almost no room for melees in raids, most world bosses are just tank and spank for 5-10min
- Almost no content for casual players and/or small guilds
- No 64bit client in a game with massive player vs player raids: When it is approaching 2gb memory usage, it just stops loading textures, models and stuff
- No borderless window mode
- No mouse invert avaiable (Really? It is BUILT IN Cryengine!!)
- (EDIT) Bonus, and this is a good one: Most bosses are immune to dots and status altering debuffs, redeeming the combo system useless
Not to say that massive pvp raids are fun, but that's that way in every mmo.… Expand
Average User Score: 6.3Nov 28, 2012It's funny how people give it a 2 or 3 after probably playing this for... like 1 hour. This game starts dull, where you fight supernaturalIt's funny how people give it a 2 or 3 after probably playing this for... like 1 hour. This game starts dull, where you fight supernatural creatures with WW1 weaponry, but 2-3 hours into the game, you also get supernatural powers and become a powerhouse of destruction... and fun. GRAPHICS: It's the PK engine, so don't expect anything great. SOUND: Cheesy voice acting, but some nice weapon sounds. Repetitive music.… Expand
Average User Score: 5.0Oct 20, 2012Owning every Doom game and being a Doom fan doesn't even make this good. Classic Doom port, tough better than older game reissues, is stillOwning every Doom game and being a Doom fan doesn't even make this good. Classic Doom port, tough better than older game reissues, is still sub par vs existing source ports, and removing all nazi references from the secrets levels from doom2 (and even the red crosses from the medkits (wtf?)), doesn't make it any better. As for Doom3, they made it substantially brighter, updated the UI, and tuned the engine for todays standards (widescreen, 3d)... on the bad side: no graphics options, horrid console fov, no mod support... in this case it is also better to run old Doom3 with all the awesome graphics addon and you'll get what BFG should have been. The new "Lost Mission" contains 2 hours of gameplay made up of refurbished Doom3 content, and even tough the new Hell level is nice, it is not worth the price of admission, it should be your usual 4$ DLC. VEREDICT: Worthwhile only if you are a hardcore doom fan and don't care the price tag, haven't played doom ever OR if you own a PS3 and want to get a taste of it.… Expand
Average User Score: 7.4Nov 4, 2011Probably the best multiplayer experience you'll ever get in the next 3 years. It's a step forward from BC2 and in the right direction. Don'tProbably the best multiplayer experience you'll ever get in the next 3 years. It's a step forward from BC2 and in the right direction. Don't let you fool by the haters here, DICE have proven that the beta was that, a beta, everything feels better and the game runs A LOT better. And while there are a few glitches here and there (mainly in the battlelog website), they don't affect the experience that much and are already being fixed.… Expand
Average User Score: 8.6Mar 15, 2011Bioware brings us another fine RPG full of great lore and good companion development and storylines. While it's not the "Baldur's GateBioware brings us another fine RPG full of great lore and good companion development and storylines. While it's not the "Baldur's Gate successor" as they claimed, this is truly as close as they can get without letting the crowds aside from experiencing this game. However, at many time, all that lore and rich world environment seems a bit... underexploited, always leaving you with a feeling that 'it could be more'... sure, there are a lot of codexes and notes that enrich the lore, but if I wanted to read a book, well, I'd buy a book. Combat is also reminniscent of BG, with the ability to pause, queue, combine and script your party actions, and it even gets fun when challenging encounters are thrown to you. Unfortuntately, most of the encounters are trivial and with the slow combat pace, they're just time fillers between you and your objectives. PC version is ok, with the addition of a more traditional top-down camera that many will appretiate... on the downside of the PC port, the texture quality for the environments ranges from bad to abysmal.… Expand
Average User Score: 5.4Feb 27, 2011This last installment of the PK franchise does surpass previous ones, but it is still far away from the original. You will find yourselfThis last installment of the PK franchise does surpass previous ones, but it is still far away from the original. You will find yourself fighting endless waves of dozens of simultaneous enemies in small cramped spaces, usually for as long as 10 minutes, then you move to the next room, rinse and repeat, more like a Serious Sam approach if you tell me. The maps are dull, in fact they are recycled deathmatch arenas from previous PK games and somewhat adapted for SP play. To summarize, if you are a true vanilla PK fan, you should still avoid this like hell, and only the bargain bin price mark saves this from being utter rubbish. The devs also promise future free DLC as well as coop implementation, if they get the coop going, this might be worth rechecking.… Expand
Average User Score: 6.6Nov 20, 2010They've managed to catch the "Hot Pursuit" spirit and looks, in fact, sometimes it even looks like remade NFS:HP2. However, the gameplayThey've managed to catch the "Hot Pursuit" spirit and looks, in fact, sometimes it even looks like remade NFS:HP2. However, the gameplay department has nothing to do with the NFS franchise. It is about ridiculous power drifts that take place easily, and unresponsive cars that have a hard time turning. It should have been called Burnout: Hot Pursuit, because it does play like that.
As a PC game, it's a weak port. Graphical options are resolution, shadow detail and motion blur on/off. It does run well on mid range computers, but it has unexplainable stutters even on powerful rigs. Oh, and IT DOES NOT SUPPORT AA.
If you liked Burnout, this might be the charm for you, if you are a hardcore Most Wanted/Underground fan, skip this.… Expand