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    Posted: 30 Oct 2008 at 3:46am
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I like this one, too.  Not only is it simple and effective, but there's no sickening quick-cuts or frenetic oversell of every feature or scene.
 
My ony question about new games these days is, if it's just a lot of eye candy, or is there actual game?
 
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Tiz Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 30 Oct 2008 at 5:36pm
Love the commercial, too. The slo-mo view through that streetcar, radio playing and then pans over to that badazz looking soldier.Thumbs%20Up
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The abandoned teddy bear was a nice touch, too.
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...right...missed the fried child, there...
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What's wrong with fried child?   Little lemon-butter sauce, some garnish, glass of wine.....
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Originally posted by PaWolf PaWolf wrote:

...right...missed the fried child, there...
 
Seems like teddy bear would've went up in a *poof* of stuffing......
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This is a good one....although the ad for the other 'apocalypse' video game that's coming out, Resistance, doesn't do much for me.
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Originally posted by Skerlnik Skerlnik wrote:

My ony question about new games these days is, if it's just a lot of eye candy, or is there actual game?


This one was freakin' awesome. Deep story, and the post-apocalyptic setting was always my favorite. Walking up to the ruined Washington Monument was a unique experience.

Actually, I consider us to be in a gaming renaissance, there are more great games now than ever before. You do have to be picky and check out the review sites before buying anything, though, because there are a lot of games that just plain suck. And when you've spent $50, that's not a happy feeling.
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Just finished that game.  It was awesome.  I miss it now.  It was as spectacular as the commercials made it look.
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not big on gaming.
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Originally posted by msdeli msdeli wrote:

Just finished that game.  It was awesome.  I miss it now.  It was as spectacular as the commercials made it look.


One of the better games I've played in a long time.  Still working on finishing it COMPLETELY, as the world is huge.  I've always been a sucker for the post-apocalyptic stuff anyway.
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I borrowed it from a friend so I had to give it back, boohoo.  I would love to play it again though.  I leveled up all of the way so I lost interest in the side missions.
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Originally posted by msdeli msdeli wrote:

I borrowed it from a friend so I had to give it back, boohoo.  I would love to play it again though.  I leveled up all of the way so I lost interest in the side missions.


That's one thing I didn't like about it: the level cap.  The programmers said you became really powerful at the cap, so what is the point of continuing to level up?  I don't get that reasoning.  I'd like to acquire all the perks, and become godlike.  Isn't that the point of leveling in the RPGs?
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