03-17-2013 08:57 AM
03-17-2013 09:21 AM
Also, I read that someone would buy MP only since it's the one keeping us here.
Is this Call of Duty or something?
At this point in gaming history, Multiplayer has been the selling point at which companies thrive and keeps players coming back to the game. Since we've all been to the point of playing Multiplayer endlessly, it's hard to go back to just playing the Single Player for months and doing the same things over and over again, whereas Multiplayer always has something different or new to offer.
Sure, we buy the game to enjoy the Single Player and the story the company wants to tell, but the Multiplayer keeps players playing the game for months on end.
03-17-2013 09:31 AM
I don't know who said that 'generic zombie shooter', but that person seriously needs to start checking out trailers and gameplay demo's of The Last of Us, it's not a generic zombie shooter for multiple reasons:
1 they aren't zombies, they are infected, and that isn't just a name change, you see the difference in the gameplay as well...
2 it's not a shooter because it has hardly any guns and ammo, stealth is important and you certainly don't see stealth in your average generic zombie shooter...
3 it's not generic at all, it is meant to be realistic and story driven, something you rarely see in games with what you call zombies...
03-17-2013 09:56 AM
I'm like one of the few that liked UC3 SP more than UC2 SP
what made you like it more? (I'm just curious)
I thought Uncharted 2 was better, because the game was longer, the story was more interesting and the villains were more interesting, also you could actually fight them (except flynn), the most important thing about the gameplay is that it was more open, Uncharted 2 had a sense of exploration while Uncharted 3 was more move from point A to point B and it was obvious how to get there, of course you had the open gunfights area's, but when it was about climbing and exploring, there wasn't much of that in Uncharted 3, remember the mountains in Uncharted 2, I loved that part, not a single enemy, just exploring where to climb to and solve puzzles, other great scenes for exploration (although having combat) were the nepal temple and sanctuary, also the gameplay was better, hand to hand combat was awesome to do, while in Uncharted 3 it felt bad and didn't look good, stealth was good too in Uncharted 2, and while they created more areas in Uncharted 3 to go all stealthy, it didn't work good, animations looked crappy for instance, the gunplay was about the same I guess, but I rarely use guns, and finally Uncharted 3 had some glitches while Uncharted 2 was perfect in any way...
there are things I enjoyed more in Uncharted 3 though, I loved the set-piece moments, Uncharted 2 had those already, but Uncharted 3 nailed them (the burning chateau, the airplane, the cruise ship and the ending part), also the puzzles were more clever in Uncharted 3, Uncharted 3's single player is not bad in any way, compared to other games it's way better, but if you are just replaying Uncharted 2 before playing Uncharted 3, in my opinion it will be slightly dissapointing... oh and: no single-player store, what were you thinking Naughty Dog...
03-17-2013 10:07 AM