Assasin's Creed IV: Black flaG
28.02.2013 @ 13:15 #2
Well, looks interesting. I guess. AssCreed 3 was an unmitigated piece of shit, a true disaster of a game. I'm probably skipping this. If the plot isn't completely stupid and game design isn't offensively bad, it's got my attention. However, if Black Flag ends up following the current standard, I'll pass. There's better games that deserves my money.
28.02.2013 @ 13:22 #3
Shoit, thej just made part 3, it isn't even complete (I mean, not all DLC's were relased) and anyway they are shooting another part in my face. Players have to WAIT for a game to be relased, they have to DESIRE it. Ubisoft is just throwing out another installment of my former favourite videogame series like it was a peace of meat.
I can see now, with the passage of time, that TRUE Assassin's Creed that i fell in love with ended in AC2. BH and R were just it's addons.
I mean: UBISOFT! STOP SH*TTING GAMES! Start MAKING games!
Just like the old times.
Nie będę się wam podlizywał żebyście dawali mi oreny ;p
28.02.2013 @ 14:07 #7
Anyhow, this still has me worried. Not sure how a pirate / assassin combination is going to work, not to forget the historical setting itself. I had expected (or more like wanted) it be set during the French Revolution, considering AC3 focus on the American Revolution. Don't see what relevance this setting might have in the AC franchise.
And personally I had hoped to have a female protagonist this time around. But alas.
28.02.2013 @ 14:19 #8
Tomb Raider has like... 43 sequels?
I say witcher and indie games, the rest is politics and corruption and control and subliminal narrow-mindening messages
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28.02.2013 @ 15:18 #10
KNEEL BEFORE SOD!
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01.03.2013 @ 06:05 #20
Oh oh! ›››
Yearly cash in sequel it's what they do.