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Average User Score: 7.7Feb 28, 2014***This is for the trolls, looking for a controversial game or film, to bash for fun.
We recognise you’re here because (mostly for reasons***This is for the trolls, looking for a controversial game or film, to bash for fun.
We recognise you’re here because (mostly for reasons unknown which stem far from a different opinion or as a matter of game play taste) the press have decided to play this games positive points down, and embellish on the odd glitch or a storyline they don’t either like or understand.
Thing is if you continue to troll like this, you help originality in games suffer. You keep up this habbit for the lulz and all we will be left with is the likes of C.O.D, which perhaps you’re happy with.
Trolls have come out in force for this and thief from under their rock, and the crap you come out with is laughable and often a cut and paste of the reviews you have read with NO experience of the game it’s self.
BRAVO you. Want a cookie you comedic genius.
Do you kids like playing games, yeah, well then stop this immature crap, or you’ll find one day there’s very little to play.***
Castlevania Lords of Shadow 2 on the PC needs a 360 pad to experience it best, and it hast Stealth missions that may annoy or frustrate you that perhaps may have been best left out.
After that it’s all plus marks. The voice work, graphics, combat, boss battles, and story are great. If you like anime’s like Hellsing you will love this.
It’s a great finish to a pair of games that are right up there with God of War.… Expand
Average User Score: 5.9Feb 26, 2014Ok, so it’s quite clear to me that the trolls are jumping all over this in force. The first reviews that have come out from bigger companiesOk, so it’s quite clear to me that the trolls are jumping all over this in force. The first reviews that have come out from bigger companies like IGN have really give this title a good kicking. The trolls have come along and joined in, just because I suppose they find it funny.
Personally silly troll review of something stopped being funny got me about 4 years ago, but kids today eh what ya gunna do.
So when we get past the usual crap from kids who probably don’t own the game, and never will, what are we left with.
Well the recent reviews, that came after the likes of IGN, have been certainly more positive. I think this can only be due to quite an unpolished copy perhaps that the first reviewers were given.
The recent reviews match my experience a lot better which seems to be the more polished retail product.
So when you read the negative reviews, the AI, voice sync, and voice volume or repeating issues I can confirm have already been fixed. I experienced non of those. So you can forget about all that.
The games Atmosphere is great, I didn’t mind the voice work at all, and the game play as a sneak em up is great.
It is different to dishonoured as it’s a slower pace, and more thought is needed. I’ll also mention it’s look and atmosphere also leave dishonoured behind, but then this is somewhat unfair as this is a new release.
Anyway I enjoy playing Thief, it doesn’t give you the freedom of older games no, but what it’s taken away it replaces with content and some slick game play.
You always feel like a stealth master and the hands in front of you while searching and leaning add such a nice touch it adds to the emersion incredibly. They aren’t just hovering there they are truly interacting with the scenery!
I think without me writing a small book here, or trying to convince you to avoid the negative reviews, which I know now are just for the sake of it or rage from fans of the original instalments, I will heartily say, like many have before me, just go out and play this game for yourself.
I can honestly say I think you’ll be pleasantly surprised. Just give it a chance.
Thanks for reading.… Expand