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  1. ZombiU's first review was leaked. http://www.reddit.com/r/Games/comments/13crx3/gamespots_zombiu_video_review_is_up_a_day_early/ 4.5/10 Granted one review isn't too much to go on, 4.5 is a pretty terrible score. Nintentdo just can't seem to get a handle on genuine AAA titles (besides their repetitive bread and butter series).
  2. I guess? Not really changing my original opinion, just bowing out of what would have become a circular argument.
  3. Fair enough, can't argue with your opinion. I also don't want to cause this thread to degrade into a pointless console war. Just don't like the generalization that console gamers are angry teenagers yelling racist slurs over xbox live and shelling out $60 every month for a Call of Duty clone.
  4. I'll stick to what could be considered AAA (hard to define) Assassin's Creed II Assassin's Creed III Bioshock 2 Borderlands 2 Deus Ex: Human Revolution Dragon Age: Origins Skyrim Fallout 3 Fallout: New Vegas Gears of War 3 Grand Theft Auto IV LA Noire Mass Effect 1/2/3 Max Payne 3 Red Dead Redemption Resident Evil 5/6 There's more but probably not under the category of AAA Edit: For the record (not that it should matter) I've never bought a Halo, CoD, Battlefield, or MoH game and yet I still constantly have a new game to play on my 360
  5. Definitely correct. You've cracked the code. Just a bunch of first person shooters. Anyone who plays games on a 360/ps3 is just a sheep gamer buying whatever Activision shoves down our throats. The cases for all the games I own sure are misleading...
  6. While obviously how much someone enjoys a game is based on the person, it kinda seems hard to make a case for Super Mario Bros having superior (or more orignal depending on how you define better) gameplay mechanics than many, or really any, of the AAA releases for the other consoles.
  7. #1 People shouldn't be taking that $800 figure seriously. OP basically pulled that out of his ass. I've heard/read rumors that the next gen will drop for comparable or less than what the 360 came out at (heard as low as $399). #2 How could you say that it's not time for a new generation of consoles. The lifespan of the 360 / ps3 is by far the longest of any console ever. It's pretty much only alive now because it's been artificially extended by online content etc. The hardware for the current gen consoles (especially the 360) is severely limiting what devs can do with games nowadays. It`s time to expand that. Not to mention Microsoft wants to turn the new xbox into a one stop shop for all things entertainment. However, backwards compatability is a HUGE deal for me. I have never traded in a game in my entire life and still own every game i've ever bought. I love dusting off old favourite years down the road and re-enjoying them. And it's pretty damn obvious my 360 won't last forever so there better be backwards compatability. Huge slap in my face if there isn't.
  8. Exact same thing happened to my friend in his 115 hour playthrough. Completely broke his game. Needless to say he's never playing it again. I don't think I could come back from that either.
  9. Are you using a magey character? Trying chucking on some heavy armor. My battlemage has never been one shot killed and hes just decked out with heavy armor enchanted with magicka buffs. Robes are essentially pointless in this game. It makes you too squishy.
  10. Is it really that fun to just grind the sh*t out of skills like that? It kinda seems like it would defeat the purpose of the entire game. Why bother smithing a trillion daggers (which is extremely boring) and then run around as a godly damage sponge in daedric armor from the beginning of the game? Why break the leveling system when you could do it by just playing through this amazing game? To each his own I guess.
  11. 1. No, it's nothing like fable. Fable turned in to more of an Action Adventure while Skyrim is a full-fledged RPG 2.It's massive. It might not be the largest in terms of sheer size of any game that I've played. In terms of actual content (eg. quests, dungeons etc.)it's second to none. Without question. 3. Some issues such as clunky menues (the perks menu and the favourites system) for consoles, texture problems and a crappy map keep it from being a perfect game. That being said, overall it lives up to the hype of being one crazy big open world RPG that's always loads of fun and never feels like a grind to get through. 4. The graphics are good. A huge step up. They aren't amazing however. Things are best viewed from a distance or flaws become rather evident (eg. look at a tree up close to see that it's a blocky mass of polygons). 5. Skyrim. Hands down. And I loved RDR
  12. Lol. Renting this game would be like buying a ticket to the Louvre for 5 minutes. Unless of course you just plan to rip through the main story in which case you probably just shouldn't play it at all.
  13. Holy crap the reviews for this game are unreal. Really good reviewers that I read because they are tough but fair are giving the game a perfect 10. Can't wait wow.
  14. Yeah that was at a time of my life where I quite literally had nothing else to do (or lacked the motivation to do it but that's irrelevant ). It's one of only two games I've ever 100%'ed and I would probably never do it again. Those pidgeons were a b*tch!
  15. I've heard rumors on the Rockstar forums that 100%'ing GTA V will take twice as long as it did in GTA IV based on hidden packages, side missions, etc. Coming from someone who 100%'ed GTA IV, this thought truly terrifies me.