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Average User Score: 3.5Nov 4, 2016More like Call of Duty: INFANT Warfare.
The multiplayer is just... not good. The movement is very scrawny and is difficult, but not in theMore like Call of Duty: INFANT Warfare.
The multiplayer is just... not good. The movement is very scrawny and is difficult, but not in the good 'get used to it and you'll be good' way. The space battles feel like a gimmick to me, and the story is so cliche and poorly written that this is an easy contender for Comedy Game of the Year.
I am now pressing F to pay respects, because CoD has fallen from grace and down in a tiny, pint sized cascet.
Average User Score: 8.4Sep 17, 2016GTA... where do I begin? Well, to make a long story short, I love this game! Perfect? No! But enjoyable, nonetheless. This game will not beGTA... where do I begin? Well, to make a long story short, I love this game! Perfect? No! But enjoyable, nonetheless. This game will not be for everyone (um, duh!), and if you couldn't get yourself to enjoy San Andreas or GTA IV, you probably won't enjoy this, either. But, I had a blast!
For one thing, the visuals look amazing! Although I'm not someone to bag a game over it's a visuals, I can clearly see they put a lot of time and effort into making this game look this good. The story and writing is also interesting. While the narrative can get a little a fuzzy at times, and the characters are not exactly Joel and Ellie or Lee Everett and Clementine, the tale it tells still intrigued me. If you're someone who just looks at GTA V as just a pointless Murder and Crime simulator, I beg you, look deeper into it! It's actually a VERY satirical piece about American culture with crime in it, and let me tell 'ya, I laughed my bum off playing this.
Where my issues with this game begin to start are some missions.
Sometimes, you'll get stuck on a mission because you didn't look at one obscure detail that you missed, or you'll fail one because you're supposed to be chasing someone and 50 bagillion cars will get in your way and slow you down to a boiling point. Also, I hate flying in this game.
Absolutely hate it. I've also heard Online is rather mediocre, but I haven't played that yet.
Regardless, GTA V has quickly become one of my favorite games ever made... right up there with The Last of Us, Half-Life 2, and Telltale's The Walking Dead... Season 1 (not so much Season 2).… Expand
Average User Score: 4.5Jun 5, 2016I was shocked to hear Roblox was coming to XBOX ONE, mainly because so many of the games created with Roblox would have a hard time with theI was shocked to hear Roblox was coming to XBOX ONE, mainly because so many of the games created with Roblox would have a hard time with the transition.
I was right to be a bit concerned.
While there are some pretty great games in this package (Framed is my favorite of the bunch), there's not so many games here. While I can understand the reasons for limiting the games to a specific number (the dev. actually has to update the game to actually WORK on XBOX), the starting number of these games is very limited, and, in total, kind of a disappointment.
One of the biggest flaws with Roblox on Xbox is that the games are buggy.
This, in general, isn't too much on an issue since these games on PC have always been just as buggy, but even then, it's still not inexcusable.
Personally, my biggest flaw with this is not something that I've heard allot of people talk about:
these games were NEVER meant to be ported onto somewhere else other than PC, and it shows!
The UI, while slightly acceptable on PC by a slim chance, is a bit clunky, and takes up a fair amount of the screen space where other things, put in place by the developers of these games, are either hard to see or are out of sight completely. While a few of these games do sort of work with a Gamepad (Framed, again, and Speed Run 4, just to name a couple), allot of them really don't (Phantom Forces is a MASSIVE example of this! It's overly sensitive no matter what your settings are, and does not keep your progress from the PC version, making for an inferior version all around).
Another massive flaw that nobody talks about is one that isn't a criticism of the game itself, but rather, a criticism of everything that surrounds the game: it's a real pain to even get working. While it is a common issue with Xbox users to not be able to play their digital games or watch their movies, this is... something else. The ONLY way I got this working was by blindly messing with my console settings, consistently installing and uninstalling the application from my hard-drive, and resetting the console to a tiring point.
Many people on the forums have been having this issue, but for now, there is no real statement on this issue.
Overall, would I recommend Roblox on Xbox? Mayyybe? A few games work well with the transition, but many of them just don't. There are a small amount of packaged games, and they're all overly buggy, and, to top it off, it's a real pain to get working in the first place. I know I might be coming back to it for the great games, but they'll always be 10 times better on what they were originally intended to be played on: the PC.… Expand
Average User Score: 4.7May 6, 2016A sad disappointment, even sadder by people blindly praising it before they actually get to see how bad it is.
Sound quality, graphics, andA sad disappointment, even sadder by people blindly praising it before they actually get to see how bad it is.
Sound quality, graphics, and A.I. here are at a new low. The gameplay is... okay, but, as a stealth game, this is abysmal! Stealth is made pointless by the, once again, terrible A.I., who will see you lock-picking a door and walk away, like nothing is happening at all. Stealth also has fewer options than in the original game, which came out in 2007! Also, please explain to me why you're handed NOISY guns as a reward for stealth? I'd think that if you were going by the stealthy rules, you'd like something to keep the silence, not just kill it.
Also, in case you were wondering, the story isn't too great, either.
2/10, mainly because the first 2 hours or-so aren't so terrible.… Expand
Average User Score: 7.7Apr 25, 2015Heavy bullets is a fun little game I just bought for 2 dollars. It's a roguelike, and like MANY roguelike's, IT"S HARD. The thing I like aboutHeavy bullets is a fun little game I just bought for 2 dollars. It's a roguelike, and like MANY roguelike's, IT"S HARD. The thing I like about heavy bullets is the fast gameplay, making it so you can speedrun the game, or attempt to, then die trying. However, with that said, there's one flaw to this game: the randomly generated levels. Why? because it can make the game TOO hard sometimes. Turrets are the worst sometimes, but having 6 of them at spawn is insane, yet it happened to me 2 times in a row!
Overall, heavy bullets is NOT for everyone (please refer to the 1 anonymous user that gave it a negative rating), but it's also very fun, fast, and HARD. 7/10… Expand
Average User Score: 5.1Mar 7, 2015(0 out of 4 people found your review helpful. Thanks for the feedback)
This game is fun if you leave out the fact that 1) you can't kill(0 out of 4 people found your review helpful. Thanks for the feedback)
This game is fun if you leave out the fact that 1) you can't kill visitors, something that's been very fun in RCT 1 and 2, 2) Atari went overboard with the franchise but is now trying to patch up all the damage they've done by making a fun looking game by the name of roller coaster tycoon world, and 3) the game just gets boring after a while. I like to play sandbox because then I'm not limited to what I do but even then it gets boring, and 4) it kinda lags a bit. I had fun playing this in years that weren't 2014, 2013, 2012, 2011, and 2010, because now the game shows its age and now that Atari realizes that the best choice was not to continue releasing crappy DS ports and pay2play iPhone games, they're trying hard to make a good game. Though this is all bad, I liked being able to see my coasters from the first person, something not capable in RCT 1 and 2, and there are tons of mods for this game. Other than that, if you are still interested in this game, buy it on steam when it's really cheap on something like a weekly deal or a seasonal sale.… Expand
Average User Score: 6.7Mar 7, 2015This review contains spoilers, click expand to view. Going into FNaF 3 was interesting. It was interesting to have 1 animatronic following you at all costs and having to reboot things is something I've never in a game. However the ending is MEH. I don't go into FNaF looking for story, trust me Game Theory has me covered, not that smike or 8-bit gaming stuff. But this time there's a "moral choice" system, but I put that into quotations because it's not really a moral choice system. Here's how it works: play a list of mini-games in a certain order and get a picture the text "the end" but if you don't do that... you get a slightly altered version of the other picture with the words 'bad ending' on it. But Wikipedia says there's a better ending that those if you play it on a harder difficulty which I chose to believe. Then there's the problem I always have with these FNaF games that almost always gets passed on by the fans of it who defend it using their sh*tty smike videos. This game is fun and a bit more original than the other games... if you leave out how repetitive it gets and the fact that the endings suck major ****s.… Expand
Average User Score: 6.1Dec 26, 2014This game IS disappointing, and will always be thought of as disappointing, but why?
The first obvious reason of because of the hype. LookingThis game IS disappointing, and will always be thought of as disappointing, but why?
The first obvious reason of because of the hype. Looking at this game a year on IGN's E3 page made it feel like I was geared to enjoy this game, but now looking back at that, I cry. I cry because destiny is a game that had epic potential... but WASTED it on a weak story, repetitive (at best) gameplay, and Peter Dinklage opening doors for you and giving pointless monologues that serve no purpose other than to make you hate the loading screens. The story is filled with SO much holes it's not funny, and Activison is now using DLC as an excuse to fill the holes. But the worst problem is being forced to play with a network connection. For the past 2 days, the PSN has been hacked by a group of dumbass 12 year old kids known only as the 'lizard squad', and even when they're done with their DDoS attacks, SONY has to patch everything that went wrong. Search up '#PSN' on Google/twitter and see what I mean. This is especially sad because this means you can't play destiny if you wanted to. Don't blame Bungie for that, internet, the lizard squad did it.
Overall, disappointing. Some missions are fun, yet still repetitive, and I've heard the dark below isn't doing all too well. Let's hope destiny 2 is good... if there even will BE a destiny 2.… Expand
Average User Score: 7.8Oct 31, 2014This review contains spoilers, click expand to view. So, heads up for anyone looking for the PS Vita port of telltale's (quite excellent) the walking dead,
you don't have to buy 400 days on the store! It comes WITH the package!
So, passing that by quickly, shortly after beating the walking dead season 1 (which came with my PS Vita),
it was looking forward to playing the extra episode included: 400 Days. Now, at the time, I had no clue on what 400 Days had to offer until I started to read the reviews. I have beat the walking dead 3 times now, out of that 3, I only beat 400 days 2 times.
Things start off with a blast... a literal blast to the knee! (That was a joke, by the way).
As ... (damn it I forgot his name), some prisoner headed to jail, you are on a bus with 2 prisoners ... talking. And because it's the walking dead, walkers are bound to pop in at some point or another.
Problem with part is that it's mostly dialog, and walkers are only spotted in the LAST part of it.
Next is Wyatt, who is in a car with his buddy being chased by a driver. Eventually they have to stop due to the fog. However, there is a dead body, and SOMEBODY has to check it out. Hint: if you do rock all three times while whats-his-face and you are playing rock, paper, scissors, whats-his-face steps out of the car and you earn the trophy for it. There are 2 ones that have to do with women, and I forgot which one is in which order, so I'll review both of there segments here. The first one is a women who is in a hideout for survivors. Suddenly, a guy sneaks in who doesn't speak English. He is convicted of trying to steal from them, you can choose to either vote to kill him, or give him mercy and let him go, either way the screen goes completely black, and it cuts to some time later where somebody dies. You are then asked to leave the RV and talk to a guy. The guy says one of your friends is also convicted of stealing,
and he wants you to kill her. You can choose to either leave the hideout and hope they don't find and kill you later, or execute the friend yourself. Now, to be honest, in both playthroughs of 400 days, I chose to leave the camp. Next is Bonnie, who is traveling around with a man and his ... daughter? I dunno, I actually forgot. Suddenly... BANDITS! Once you hide from the bandits, you hear one coming towards you, and your are forced to kill whoever it is with something near you. After bashing the head of the so-called bandit, it is revealed that it was the man you we're traveling with's daughter or some sh*t like that.
He then finds her dead and you can either be honest and tell him you killed her by accident or lie and say you don't know WHAT the f*ck just went down. Sadly, Bonnie's segment is one of the WEAKEST parts of 400 days, also being one of the shortest. Then finally there's Russel, a teen traveling to his grandmothers house by foot. He then meets a trucker who offers a ride, heres another tip: hide from his truck and you earn a trophy. The trucker then leads him to the same camp whats-her-face was at (ya know, the person before Bonnie), where they are being attacked. After making way up to the front 2 things are revealed: 1) this was the trucker chasing Wyatt and his buddy in the car, and 2) the only reason why these people attacked is because YOU attacked. You can either stay with him or leave him.
Either way, the people in the building die. Then theres a finale, where you play as a worker for a camp that supports lost survivors, and depending on your choices throughout this bonus episode, people may come with you, 1 person will always come to the camp, I forgot which though. Also, this is ONLY through dialog, so don't expect a clever puzzle like in the actual game.
So that's 400 days, a quite interesting addition to telltale's masterpiece, but not exactly necessary, either.
If you loved the first season of telltale's masterpiece, and still don't have 400 days or season 2 yet, 400 days might be interesting for you, just don't expect it to be as good as season 1, because while 400 days had potential, not all of the final product was satisfactory.
Overall: 6 out of 10.… Expand
Average User Score: 6.6Oct 6, 2014Now, I have had time to try this for real.
The gameplay is simply minecraft, which is great and all.
But sadly, because of the PS3's spaceNow, I have had time to try this for real.
The gameplay is simply minecraft, which is great and all.
But sadly, because of the PS3's space limitations (responsible for such ports as skyrim)
it can be a bit buggy at times and you will experience framerate drops and dips from here to there.
Now that the PS4 version is out, the reason to buy this now is only if you don't have a PS4, or will
get one at a later date.
Overall, a good game, just a MEH port due to the hardware limitations.… Expand