06-03-2013 04:47 AM
06-03-2013 05:03 AM
My expectations are Tomb Raider-like. Namely, I’m sure that the campaign will be great but I really have no expectations about the multi-player. If the MP is disappointing, I have enough confidence in ND that the campaign alone will be worth the price of the game.
My concern is the almost complete lack of information about multiplayer. There have been some recent comments from ND hyping the MP but anyone familiar with the recent Free-To-Play debacle in Uncharted 3 should know that what’s groundbreaking to ND and what’s revolutionary to the player community may be worlds apart. I really hope my fears are unfounded because we desperately need a fresh multiplayer experience that ND will support.
06-03-2013 06:26 AM
If the finall product is anything like the demo, I'm gonna be more than pleased. The visuals were stunning, and the gameplay forced me to put in more thought about how I tackled a situation than any other game I've played recently. If the multiplayer is half-way decent, then I'm sure it'll keep me occupied and interested for some time. At least this will tide me over till GTA V hits
06-03-2013 10:56 AM
A lot of you got to play the demo recently and had the chance to get a feel for the game. There has been a lot of hype building up for The Last of Us, not only with fellow gamers, but critics as well. Do you guys think there is a chance that the game might be underwhelming, or not meet your expectations? Is there anything that you're worried about?
We're all fans of the game here, so this isn't a hate thread by any means. Nothing is perfect, I'm just curious to know if any of you have any concerns.
I do not think the game will be underwhelming at all. I think the story is where it will be at on this one.
The demo was to short to show anything. It did play well but on hard it was way to easy. I have heard some say it was scary but I never noticed. I did notice that the demo graphics where good but a little grainy for me. And the plants and such looked not so good as did some of the objects in the building. Enemies where not as good as I thought they may be. Graphics where good enough and graphics are not everythings.
I did wonder how my character could move that thing from the door. Then the cloud of "infection dust" forms. Thought that might get him infected or something. Interested to know how this infection works.
And I distracted a clicker with a bottle. Did not throw it far. Climbed over into another section of the room that was essentially the same room. Enemy was close. Jumped the rail and pulled a cabinet which made a ton of noise but never alerted the enemy that was basically right near us. And the thing was supposed to respond to sound.
The last section of the demo was easy on hard. I did it a few ways. Stealth style, guns blazing, and then run and attack and run and attack. Never died. I only died when I let them attack me to see how much damage they do and hard it was to escape. Hoping survival is much more challenging and unlocked from the beginning.
The demo did little to make me want to order the game. It also did nothing to make me less interested or to cancel my pre-order. The game looks interesting and I look forward to playing it. i think the game will shine in the story department more than anything and that is what I am looking for.
06-03-2013 11:12 AM
I don't even think it will live up to the one we saw at E3.
Well we will have to wait to play the game before we make that judgement. I just hope the game and A.I. is as smart as it looked in the demos. Go check out the multiplayer video, it looks really great.