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Re: Was Nate Wells correct?

Mar 5, 2014

Actual gameplay:

 

TLOU > UC3

 

Replayability/Fun factor:

 

UC3 > TLOU

 

It's a tough choice. I absolutely love the mechanics of TLOU, but the low amount of content keeps me at bay. UC3 has that content (although it took a while) and can hold anyone for longer due to the feel of being rewarded and the amount of content to unlock.

 

UC3 is just much better in terms of scale than TLOU.

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@AK Besides the fact they took out the intros, unnecessarily buffed blindfiring, and eventually nerfed every gun to the ground save the AK-47 and M9, nothing...
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It's very fun, but imagine what more it could be. They had so much potential, and they squandered it. It seems hats were a priority lol.

 

Well, you lose some you gain some. Stick a knife through its heart, put an applie in its mouth,I won't shed a tear Smiley Happy

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It's all subjective . I've never played mgo or uncharted just recently sar YouTube videos of uncharted 3 looks cool. Played waw cod,mw2,mw3,blackops 1 and maybe another shooter can't remember however this is my favorite narrowly beating out mw2 or maybe cause its newer mw2 was soooo much fun .
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