I like it. It's the Borderlands with the most freedom and verticality in its movement and the cryo and laser weapons are pretty cool. I honestly like the Vault Hunters in this a lot more than the ones in BL 2. Their skill trees are more interesting (although Nisha is kinda broken tbh) and they have dialogue throughout the story which gives them more personality. Regarding the narrative it works as a Handsome Jack origin story but most of the new characters are pretty terrible like Janey Springs and Pickle and the corny australian accents on almost everyone get old quick. When it comes to level design and variety it's neat to explore Helios Station but everything else is pretty dull and samey. The Claptastic Voyage DLC is very solid, made me actually like and sympathize with Claptrap for the first time in this series.Is Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel any good? I got it as part of the Handsome Collection, but I haven't tried it yet.
As someone that has played the reboot, it felt like a lite version of Serious Sam as you go further in the game. Much as you got guns, I stuck to using the sword. You do get powers such as healing and abilities that allow you to use special moves with the sword. The sequel itself had me use guns more often. Weapons are kinda remind me of Borderlands and Dying Light in having color tiered weapons. IIRC, the levels are randomized but its been a while since I played the game. I recommend playing the reboot but don't expect it to be similar to its original predecessor in terms of level design.
It's good, the only downer is when it gets too AssCreedy with "do this without getting spotted" and it's just trial and error when memorizing the paths and timings. There's not a lot of the that and most of the game is fine though. And here's a really bizarre thing about the game: when they announced it they proudly said that it had xx amounts of sea shanties your crew could sing while sailing. Lame as hell.I've been tempted to give Assassin's Creed: Black Flag a try. Sid Meier's Pirates! is one of my favorite games, and I've heard that the actual piracy gameplay in the game is pretty fun. But, it's an Assassin's Creed game, and that means lots of boring cutscenes and the sort of blandness typical to AAA games.
Should I give it a shot?
First one is good and like Mass Effect it is very reminiscent of how KOTOR played. If you like KOTOR, go for it.i liked dragon age origins, is mass effect anything like it, or even dragon age 2/inquisition for that matter?
The first one is very charming, Hoji's story and Lo Wangs character progression* really hooked me. Enemies could be bullet sponges and it was tiring when sometimes it was just one monster left and you as the player was running laps, backwards, around a pagoda over and over again while dumping bullets in its face. I played it to conclusion despite that, I wanted to know what happened.
Going to not only second this but toss up playing the Original Sin games if you were a fan of Baldur's Gate, Original Sin 2 especially was really great with just how fucking deep the dialogue trees go. You get regular options, title options, racial options, Origin character (pre-written, default characters) options, options that open up depending on past actions/trigger if you miss something or do it in a different order, in fact some options are even tied to the feat Pet Pal, which opens up sidequests by talking to animals.If you are into Dragon Age, you should try Divinity II. Didn't play the first one so can't speak on that, but it's a lot like it, except I like the combat a lot better.
I don't think any single game is worth buying a console, but it's a good game. If you're really into building levels or just want to have an infinite number of Mario levels of varying quality to run through, I say get it .Also I recommend turning off the comments when you play levels, they can be distracting and block obstacles sometimes which is annoying and has actually gotten me killed a few times.is buying a switch worth it for MM2? looks fun tbh
I don't know if the Witcher series or CDPR are necessarily the saviors of the game industry, but Witcher 3 is a very good game. The story is pretty good, the combat is enjoyable and nuanced enough to throw you the occasional hiccup, and the world is rich and MASSIVE.How is the witcher 3? I've never played any of the previous one but you can get the goty edition for dirt cheap on steam right now so I was thinking about giving it a try since a lot of people considered it the best game ever made and cdpr are the savior of the game industry.
half the fun of playing the witcher games is you knowing the lore and the characters of the series since the games are full of references from the books. this video explains all the impotent parts of the books and the older games if you interested in playing the witcher 3.How is the witcher 3? I've never played any of the previous one but you can get the goty edition for dirt cheap on steam right now so I was thinking about giving it a try since a lot of people considered it the best game ever made and cdpr are the savior of the game industry.
Yes just rush the story and arrrrr for funI've been tempted to give Assassin's Creed: Black Flag a try. Sid Meier's Pirates! is one of my favorite games, and I've heard that the actual piracy gameplay in the game is pretty fun. But, it's an Assassin's Creed game, and that means lots of boring cutscenes and the sort of blandness typical to AAA games.
Should I give it a shot?
The first one has a better story and characters and the sword is very satisfying to use. Get it if you're interested in a tight, controlled experience. The second one has better gameplay overall, mostly because the mobility is completely ridiculous and you'll be double jumping and air dodging all over demon faces. Sadly Lo Wang is a lot less likeable in the second one, but it's a great dumb action FPS with character and weapon upgrades to experiment with.
You should play through Witcher 1 and Witcher 2 because they have good stories that carry over. They're also like 5 bucks each and warrant multiple playthroughs.How is the witcher 3? I've never played any of the previous one but you can get the goty edition for dirt cheap on steam right now so I was thinking about giving it a try since a lot of people considered it the best game ever made and cdpr are the savior of the game industry.