The game looks great at nigt, especially when using Neon powers. Speaking of which Neon is op.
Okay the story, difficulty and lack of content are the only thins I can complain about. The story is just meh and Sucker Punch was like forget whatever choice you made in Infamous:2 we will just pull a canon ending out of our arse and stuff. Another thing is that in the end theres not much of a difference between the Karmic choices. Concrete is op but its way too simple. Other than that the game was pretty good. 7/10.
Took so many Neon pics at night. Looks absolutely incredible.
I agree about the lack of content. There just weren't enough. And the world felt empty. GTAV and W_D's world were much bigger, had more activities and content, and the NPCs actually had things to do and say. And the difficulty wasn't that tough. I was playing on Expert in my first playthrough, and had little problem.
I felt the story was decent, but what "forget choices" are you talking about? The game is set about two decades after inFamous 2, and we're playing as a new Conduit in a new setting. The game follows the Spoiler:- Good Ending:
Where Cole dies, and also kills a lot of Conduits along with him. They were the First Sons. A few Conduits survived, and so another generation of Conduits came, and they were the Second Sons.
There are several differences in which upgrades you get depending on your Karma level. I personally liked the Good Karma upgrades more. I felt they were more powerful.
The Powers were kinda disappointing though. They were all basically the same. I found Spoiler:- 3rd Power:
Video to be the most OP. Turning invisible just have you so many cheap kills and easy escapes. It almost kinda breaks the game when you upgrade it a bit.
Here's why I believe that my red looks the same as your red.
If every person saw the same color differently then the psychological effect of that color would also be equally different for every person.
BUT, that is not the case. Blues and greens tend to be universally calming.
Excluding colorblindness, which is physiological and sometimes psychological,
I believe that people with normal vision and normal brains see the same colors the same way.
Mostly Pokémon Battle Trozei. I'm addicted to it. When I first played it I thought the gameplay was too complicated at first but it really grew on me the more I played it. I beat the first 10 zones and now I'm catching every Pokémon in the game. I'm also trying to get high scores. I'm having a lot of fun with it and it's a great way to kill time.
Kingdom Hearts 1.5 ReMIX.
Finally... FINALLY synthesized every item, including Donald and Goofy's new weapons.;_;
I actually want to synthesize just a couple more times.... then I can finally go on to the final boss(es)...>_>
Assassin's Creed II
Company of Heroes II (Preparing for the new expansion)
Red Orchestra II: Heroes of Stalingrad
Pokemon X (well, I just restarted it so I'll have something to do on my 8 hour road trip coming up in a couple of days)
Fire Emblem: Awakening (almost done with)
My friend safari: Noibat, Gabite, Druddigon
First one is Mario Kart 8, which now that I had 3-star everything has been reduced to me competing against tons of people online until I reach the 10,000 coin mark and claim the last glider.
Second one is Pikmin 3, which I had already finished. It did feel like the first Pikmin, but I liked how much longer Pikmin 2 used to be... I think I'm going to buy the DLC since it's really cheap.
The third one is the one I'm playing the most: Professor Layton & the Azran Legacy. I'm soooooo in love with this series, having played the previous five. I also love the music in these games. Dare I say it has better European music than Pokemon X & Y? (Possibly because Layton has more experience with it).
Got back into Bravely Default recently. It is a spectacular game, and was my drawn game of the year last year, alongside Fire Emblem Awakening. The music, story and plot are true masterpieces and I am so excited for the sequel.
Many were enlightened after the Awakening..
We can protect the Fire Emblem again, if we work together...
Having never grown up in the US (except for a brief period in kindergarten), I'd always wondered what the infamous Oregon Trail game is all about. I played for a few minutes in a Flash version. It sucks.