as long as I can understand what you say I couldnt care less. People worry too much about fancy words and proper grammar. Lifes too short. Though using the internet texting as words which can be used on an exam is kind of dumb... I mean if your writing it as such that means you know what it is and how to spell it... how lazy can you get?.
Im not impressed by the oblivion killer. Its combat is a real pain since its third person and its so much more harder to center on an enemy to hit it. Combat does not feel at all kinetic.. hard to tell I hit something. The fact that your stuck as a male human with seemingly no customization(Some people prefer to play the nimble female ranger for example).
The graphics are defiantely its strong points, the characters and environments look great, much better then oblivions style and feelwise. With a lack of character customization(besides class choice) and floaty unintuitive gameplay I would have to give this demo a thumbs down.
Lidale (342) Nov 03, 2006 - 11:23 am » Edited on Nov 03, 2006 - 11:36 am
I was kind of excited for direct x 10 and windows vista a while back but now im kind of tired of PC gaming. Its getting a tad far expensive for my taste considering how fast it upgrades. A console is kind of bam 1 price you pay and thats what you get. You get to enjoy the games as they come and not have to worry about other factors.
Nintendo has the potential to beat out microsoft and sony unit wise. The nintendo DS would aeguably be the most succesful handheld when it comes to selling to everyone and everyone who owns a DS for its fun and simplicity will be more inclined(even if they are not gamers for say) to get a Wii. Also the fact that the wii will have infinately more games than the other systems due to the simplicity and cost to produce them... although this can be bad considering it will also be easier to make bad games.
More then likely microsoft has the vantage point to coming out i nthe top spot in the american and european markets due to its killer game lineup and previous offerings over the past year.
Sony has the most to loose. In japan sony has the greatest chances in coming out on top but here in america I think microsoft will beat them unless that killer game title or very convincing reviews come in. Either that or the gameplay on the PS3 Kiosk are just that great. Coupled with the fact that it will have the least amount of units available at launch. This will hurt them in the fact that since less people have it less people will be telling their friends how "cool" it is.
In the original day of the dead is kind of like land of the dead in the sense that everything already happened. In this day of the dead it goes from when it starts and I dont see the friendly zombie/underground military base.
Lidale (342) Oct 08, 2006 - 01:24 pm » Edited on Oct 08, 2006 - 01:26 pm
I think steam is the best online model for selling of games and the such. With steam all you need is a username and a password and you have access to all your games anywhere you go. None of that liscense garbage and the such which only allwos 3 installs. I hope steam grows as the online distribution service vs the others as the others offer far less freedom then steam does. Its also very simple to use and considering Steam has a strong backing its chances of survival are fairly strong.
Of course I am like many of you who prefer the brick and mortar approach of actually buying a copy. Although with steam I feel confident of owning the game.
watch it... he might sue you for harrassment. This guy is dellusional thats for sure... thinking he has the right to play god and get pre-release games so HE can aprove them when he has no right to. I guess you can say gamers arent completely innocent though with the asstards constantly sending him death threats lol.