Is it worth it to get both Knights of the Old Republic games for 10 bucks? And if not, which is the better one?
My little stepbrother has autism and thus has trouble playing a lot of games. Can anyone recommend some wii games that might suit him a little better without boring him (and me) to tears?
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Just a quick question for pretty much anyone, do you think it is necessary to get a game on its release day. Because just in the next 2 months there are to many games coming out that I want to get.
Such as: Fire Emblem: Awakening, SCII: Heart of the Swarm, Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon, PMD: Gates to Infinity, and Lego City: Undercover.
Here I am still trying to enjoy the games I got for my Wii U for Christmas and still playing Skyrim.
God of War: the combat system (and many mechanics) in Dante's Inferno is very similar to G.o.W.. Bayonetta has some similaries- fights are in 3rd person, and usually done with blades or other melee weapons. However, the style of the game may be not be right for everyone (that is the actions and dialogue of cut scene could be seen as odd)
Resident Evil 6: F.E.A.R. might work- it's somewhat of a horror shooter, but not constantly supernatural. Should be cheap, though (<$10). Left 4 Dead is a constant zombie kill fest, and might work well if you're playing games with your friend (there's an emphasis on teamwork, but your team can be real people or A.I.)
Personally, I usually wait until a game gets cheaper, unless it's something I'm dying to play (outside of pokemon, the only time I can think of this happening is with Arkham City). Also, waiting means you're less likely to have to deal with bugs that may emerge right after release.
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I don't get why people have to but games on release date either, especially if they don't even know 100% if it will be good.
The Witcher 2. its not exactly new but its the best game ever. Also get Crysis 3. I preordered it and amazon dispatched it early so i got it early, and its amazing. make sure you upgrade your pc to play it though.
Which is better, the Devil may Cry HD Collection or the Metal Gear Solid HD Collection? I've played a few stealth games like Deus Ex: Human Revolution, but I don't have a lot of experience with hack n' slash games other than the DmC demo (which I found fun, if a little easy).
I'm torn between these games
a)Pokemon mystery dungeon (the new one)
b) Fire emblem Awakening.
c)Luigi Mansion 2
Which one? I may be able to get another one in the future but not confirmed as of now
I also need help Should I get Legend of Zelda orginal from the Eshop or Legend of Zelda ll Adventure of Link I've never played either and I'm torn.
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Zelda II is often considered to be the worst Zelda game. It's very difficult and obtuse with some hair-tearingly annoying challenges. I'd definitely recommend the original Zelda, which is tough and lacks hand-holding by today's standards, but is much more rewarding. Just don't be afraid to consult a guide if you're stumped.Originally Posted by munchlaxguy
I'd like to get some new games for my 3DS, all I have right now is Link's Awakening and FE:A. Should I get Luigi's Mansion 2, Etrian Odyssey 4, or Monster Hunter?
I've played some dungeon crawlers, but I've heard Etrian Odyssey is mostly about min/maxing and grinding for stats, and that sounds a little dull. I've heard great things about Monster Hunter but I'm left handed and when I tried the demo using my left hand to move and my right for buttons it didn't go too well. I could try rearranging my hands and trying again, though.
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